1. Sumobot

    Sumobot Design


  2. Game Jam 2016

    Last year I decided to participate in the U of S GameJam with my group of coders from coding club. Although, we were the only highschool students at the event, we were able to walk away with both the graphics design prize and the best newbie game prize. Though this calls for a huge shoutout to our graphics designer that did amazing work. …


  3. Ideas for future projects

    Here I will be documenting new ideas for projects as I my brain lights up in different colors! Once an idea is more flushed out it will likely have its own post with more details. Ideas are sorted by pseudo-categories. …


  4. Mesh Network Part 2

    So far we have assembled our teams and now we can start focusing on researching and learning how to go about our different roles. Just to recap, I have the roles listed here. …


  5. Mesh Network

    Before we even get started, what is a mesh network? …


  6. Learning Javascript Task 1-3

    Last week we focused on learning some basic elements of Javascript. We learnt about variables and their types, and then went on to take a look at control statements such as if and else if. In the following three tasks you will be able to use what we have learnt so far. Just like last time we will be using JSFiddle to run our code. …


  7. Learning Javascript Lesson 1

    Today we will be learning some basic features of the programming language Javascript. So far we’ve been independently working away with CodeAcademy, so treat today’s lesson as a summary to make sure you understand some important concepts. …


  8. Testing out Github's Atom editor

    I’ve been spending a lot of time just trying out a lot of really cool applications, and have pretty much left vim behind. Although, vim is an amazing text editor it really is not meant to be a lot more. To be fair, there are several plugins that make it do a lot more, such as vim-figutive and nerdtree. But ultimately these are just awkward implementations that try to add features that really do not belong there. …


  9. Twitter Wall

    Recently I have spent some time working on creating a simple twitter wall application using Electron as the front end, which is a nice framework that allows you to use web technologies to create desktop applications. The application also uses a nodejs twitter library which implements the official Twitter API which allows it to catch any tweets with specific keywords. …


  10. Hello World

    First post on my new blog, more to come! …