SCHOOL'S OUT FOR BASICALLY EVERYONE, finally!
Do you have any summer coding goals? What are they?
- get really good at HTML & CSS
- learn JS
I'm late but still...
- Learn basic Java
- Not forget all my Python practice :P
- That's kind of it
I got two more days of finals, but after I’m just going to finish up on a simple cipher program I’m trying to figure out, maybe learn a little more about streams and definitely make sure to sleep the entirety of the remaining time. Without pause. Just sleep. :)
Edit> all in c++
1. Improve my C++ and Assembly Skills.
2. Make some more web apps for my classroom chromebooks.
3. Make a bracelet (Raspberry Pi)
4. Make a jailbreak for Chrome OS (To get rid of the damn Proxy of the school that controls the filters of web and logs everything you do...)
5. Finish my app (Cycle Up)
6. Make a cooling system for my laptops :3
I still have two more weeks left in my public school! Uuh!
I am super excited to get a lot done in programming, though! My number one goal is to get really good at machine learning with python and build some really cool projects, like face and voice recognition on my own. I also want to finish my current project which doing the iris flower recognition but with no libraries at all!
My second goal is to grow my programming youtube channel. We teach all sort of cool things with software and computers. I have four series that are completed so far,
4.Microsoft Excel Basics
Take look and subscribe here! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIta8OqsKjfE1knTU2DJlSQ?disable_polymer=true
Make my own website! As a music producer, this is way overdue. This would be my first time with mobile support, domains, hosting, .htaccess, and a lot more; but I think it's doable.
@katyadee I started coding because I needed it for my exams. A lot of the people in my class weren't interested, but I kinda got more enthusiastic in coding. Since I'm a slow learner, I'm still suuuper basic in Python, HTML, and CSS. I'll be taking comp. science next year, so I really need to up my game.
My goals are simple:
1)Get better at Python
2)And HTML as well as CSS.
I'm still working on the list, but at a minimum I want to learn HTML and CSS also. I've used them plenty of times before, but I'm not comfortable reading the spec directly. That's something I wanna be able to do. And not really coding related, but I was looking to learn German this summer :P