Group teaching again this week. Learned about arithmetic expressions, simple and advanced equations. Syntax error – identifies invalid syntax use, tells the location of the error. Learning coding is like learning a different language. Then we had our big project proposals due and we discussed and assessed each part.
Taught strings, slices, and how they work. Teaching is very nerve-racking because you have to know your material and then teach it to others. I had a little trouble understanding strings and indexes because the indexes start at 0, so you have to include 0. My group and I were Read More
For this Creative Coding project, we learned about Glitch Art, which is data manipulation that changes images into something else. We learned three different glitch methods, databending, which is using different software, such as Audacity to change image files, pixel sorting, which is using Python to rearrange the pixels of Read More
First day of student teaching with Exploratory Programming for the Arts and Humanities. Learned about conditional statements, also known as if else statements. Later, we went over abstracts and reviewed other abstracts. There were a lot of interesting ideas. I will be comparing the functions of Wix, Weebly, and WordPress Read More
Here it is again. Poetry time. Once again, I used Microsoft Azure Notebooks, which gave me access to the web application, Jupyter Notebooks, to code in Python a poem that rhymes. The template I used was Romeo`s speech to Juliet when he meets her for the first time. Original: If I Read More
I never knew anything about coding, until CPSC 110: Intro to Computer Science. I started with Python in that class and it was a very straightforward class. I then got to 220 and learned Java, which was similar concepts to Python, but harder application. I then learned some HTML in Read More
We finished our discussions on Autonomous. We talked about the reliance people had on drugs and terrorism. We finished the week by talking about code and how we feel about it. Coding is a challenge, but given the right instructions and willingness to learn, anyone can code.
Here it is, my poetry remix project. I used Python code to pull a random adjective and noun from Grimm`s Fairytales text from the Gutenberg Project and format it into 4 lines of poetry. Example: second tree wild hatchet scarlet revenge old ‘ I used Microsoft Azure Notebooks, which gave me access Read More
In this week, we covered chapters 15 to 18. We explore Paladin’s developing ‘feelings’ and debate whether or not if they are real or programmed. Further, we discussed Paladin’s growing thoughts after becoming autonomous. I also taught again this week and my group discussed the possibility of bots feeling and Read More