This is my programmer's calculator! It handles up to 32
bits, does all your basic math recursively or
iteratively, and handles bit manipulation like shifting
I utilized the MVC design practice. This consists of
math classes for the model, FXML for the view, and a
I've created encryption and sorting algorithms,
manipulated strings, made use of JSON data, and so much
interactive sites like this one.
Responsive sites, legible markup, and as little copying
and pasting from plugins as possible.
I've learned by doing, and I've done quite a bit. Keep
going right to see more of my HTML work.
Clean and functional - that's the goal.
This bubble's mostly just here for symmetry, actually.
I don't consider HTML and CSS seperate skillsets. It's
only here until I'm more experienced with C++.
Classes are great, but they don't teach everything.
At UGA Hacks and Hack Duke, I got hands-on experience
with machine learning, geo-location, and transaction
Data structures, sorting algorithms, Big O notation,
object oriented programming, and software design
practices. These, among others, are all things I've
learned as a university student.
As a holistic learner, I would never just depend on
free resources or independent study. A
university-level of understanding is priceless.
Open source learning has made me stronger than
college alone ever could have.
Free Code Camp provides hundreds of hours of training
in web development.
On my profile you can see my
algorithm design, front-end development, and major
What would anyone be without books? I've learned more
tips and tools of the trade from books than any other
I try to read daily, and focus mainly on books related
to my current interest: Android development, best web
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