Project: Bracket Warehouse

Project: Bracket Warehouse

Demo Bracket Warehouse For the last three weeks I have been wholly focused on my latest django project. This project’s core functionality is to allow users to easily signup for events, store their records / statistics, and allow managers of events to run these bracketed events. My main goal was to challenge myself to put together a relatively functional web app. I have tried all kinds of projects with various technologies and every failure has helped me to learn but there is definite value in pushing through to the finish line on a project.
React Only To Do App

React Only To Do App

GitHub Repo App Purpose I recently made a To Do App using only React in order to regain my familiarity with the React library for frontend design. I would like to use React with a django project in the near future and this small project allowed me to refresh myself with the technology. App Design The app uses hooks, specifically the useState hook, to update the state within the React DOM.

Python Fun: Battle of the Knights

Battle of the Knights GitHub Introduction This program is a command line interface game that allows the user to play the computer in a virtual dual to the death, a battle of the knights. I also implemented two player but have not yet pursued finding out how best to play this mode as right now the second player can see what choice the first player makes. The gameplay is simple. The user may choose one of three options: Attack, Defend, or Rest.
The Monty Hall Problem

The Monty Hall Problem

For a thorough explanation of the Monty Hall Problem: Monty Hall Wikipedia What is the Monty Hall Problem? The Monty Hall Problem is based on the game played on the Let’s Make a Deal game show named after the host of the show, Monty Hall. The game goes something like this: You are on a game show and are given the choice of three doors. Behind one door is a Brand New Car but behind the other two doors are goats.

Web Scraping: BeautifulSoup Practice with Wikipedia

Read the BeautifulSoup Docs What is BeautifulSoup? BeautifulSoup is a python library that makes it easier to scrape data from web pages. Most webpages are transferred over the internet using HTML which stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. HTML is simply a format for organizing web content using a predefined types of opening and closing tag sets. Here is an example of an HTML document.. <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>HTML Example Document HTML</title> </head> <body> <h1>My HTML Doc</h1> <p>This is a sample HTML document.

Pondering the Pages: 'Build - An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making'

Introduction to Build “Build - An Unorthodox Guide to Making Things Worth Making” is one of those books that seems more like a tool than a book. There are so many important messages laid out in clear, well-written prose and supported by purposeful stories and insights. Some books are books because they can be. The author provides a few useful stories or ideas and the rest is fluff. This is not one of those books.
PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 3: The Visualizer

PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 3: The Visualizer

Link to GitHub Update on CPU: Mega Difficult First and foremost, I need to explain the update on CPU: Mega Difficult mode. After two days of being stumped on why my minimax algorithm was not behaving optimally, I realized my base case was what was screwing up the recursion. I was only accounting for terminal states where the grid was full. This was my previous code for my base case within the minimax function:
PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 2: The Opponent

PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 2: The Opponent

Link to GitHub Intro For anyone that has not read ‘PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 1: The Game’, I created a primitive Tic Tac Toe game using python and the pygame library. However, in this part of the project, I will take things a step further and create four sepearate playable modes. The first mode is Local: 2 Player which is already implemented but had to be slightly restructured in the class.
PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 1: The Game

PYTHON Tic Tac Toe PART 1: The Game

Link to GitHub Introduction to the Project For my latest coding endeavor, I created a Tic Tac Toe game using the Pygame library. It is currently a local two player game meant to be played on my computer. My goal is to transform this game into a machine learning project by using an applicable ML algorithm to play against the human. This is Part 1 of the series where I will walk you through the fundamental concepts and structure of the inital game with subsequent parts expanding upon it.

Titanic - Machine Learning from Disaster

Visit My Titanic Notebook! First Kaggle Competition Kaggle is an exciting platform for becoming introduced to the world of data science. The platform allows its users to learn machine learning and data science in a very hands-on approach through Kaggle’s notebooks, competitions, learning modules, datasets, discussions, and social community. My favorite part is being able to utilize both markdown and code in the same area in order to better organize and learn various data-related technologies.