Got done with the first week of MIT's Beaver Works Summer Institute Quantum Software course today. This is my first time ever working with Quantum Software and this has been a very fun, weird, and interesting experience so far. Today specifically, I implemented the Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm and learned about quantum Oracles. Looking forward to learning a lot more over the next three weeks!
Finished building the first version of a timer, scorer, and question pdf viewer app for National Science Bowl! Check it out here: nsb-aid.vercel.app.
Started designing a personal website in :figma: for myself today!
Built a simple 2D water ripple visualizer in p5.js today!
Today I finished the first 4 introductory problems on cses.fi/problemset ! I also worked on some designs for other projects I started working on.
Finished migrating my club website over to Next.js and added some extra flavor to it.
Today I learned about chakra-ui and used it in a quick next.js project. I really love how easy and quick it is to make a website with chakra!
Implemented the coming soon page in the new Next.js version of our computer science club website.
Learned about and coded a Barnsley Fern in p5.js! Interesting to see how Math and Computer Science can create such nice pieces of art.
Got through 60% of the Khan Academy AP Calculus BC course
Started a dynamic programming course today!
Just submitted our Hack Club application! Excited and nervous to hear back!🤞
Finished the Hack Club VR workshop and began building something of my own from scratch to learn some more A-Frame basics. The VR world doesn't look particularly beautiful right now, but I am going to start building a small game with this soon.
Today I began porting our create-react-app based Computer Science Club website to Next.js. The other club leaders and I are also working on our applications for Hack Club and will send those in soon!
Built a Next.js weather and news dashboard inspired by the Hack Club Next.js dashboard workshop
Made a Neuroevolution based simulation of flappy bird today