Coding

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.
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.
Coding: Just Felt Like Accessing Random APIs

Coding: Just Felt Like Accessing Random APIs

Accessing Random APIs I wanted to get some practice fetching data from an API and so I decided to randomly get data from a few different API’s within the same local html/css/js site. There is no real excitement here and maybe this shouldn’t be a post of its own but as you can see in the images below data is retrieved and displayed upon button click. That is done by creating a random number and randomizing each click.