Most of the maths program for this year was basic calculation and maths writing. I did basic program so I had only to input the numbers and the whole solution would come on the screen.
I had real fun creating my first mickey mouse drawing program while learning a bit about basic programming concepts.
Coded a website for end of high school project (Learned HTML5 and CSS3 for this occasion)
After advice having finished with the Khan Academy JS curriculum.
During an internship at Providence Bonds, I was asked to go through a 600 pages document to extract names and email addresses.
As I was lazy and knew a bit of python I made it a project to do it using a program. Which I did, it was the first time where coding something helped me for a specific task.
During spare time of final year of high school
Spent all my leisure time on it, and it was complementary to what I did at school. Coding wasn’t the priority for a whole year.
Read The paper by Gerald Tesauro about “Temporal Difference Learning and TD-Gammon”
I was surprised about everything that could be done via Machine Learning and its applications.
Did the Harvard CS50 course to see if CS was for me and being able to participate in the CS50 London hackathon.
Started participating in codewars challenges