- This site - made with HTMl5 Boilerplate and Materialize. UPDATE: I originally made this site as regular site with the above components (and had a snippet about how I hate blogging...) but I've really wanted to take another stab at using Jekyll, so I created a blank blog template and migrated my website to it. It was a fun day project and now everything is a lot more maintainable when it comes to updating the content on the site as well as the design across pages due to the use of templating.
- CSC116 Honors Project - in Java, this project was to challenge myself and get honors credit for introductory computer science. It's a GUI that allows a user to input a list of words/terms and retrieve their definition from the internet.
- Project Euler -
I've been learning python through doing Project Euler problems. It is an enjoyable yet challenging way to pass some time. At the time I added this to the projects I had solved 44, but the image updates so that number may tick up some in the future. UPDATE: future Matt checking in. I have been using Project Euler for Swift moreso than Python recently. 52 problems have been solved. They're definitely not any easier.
- Stopwatching - The idea for this application came out of a combination of my desire to learn iOS development, and the lack of an existing solution that I could use to time gymnastics holds when working out. Put simply, this app is to time activities when one cannot look at or hold a timer. The user can enter as many (even zero) rules/activities with countdowns, breaks, and repetitions as necessary. Once the desired activities are entered, the timer can start and notify the user when to start and stop what they're doing. Pick it up for free on the app store! Any reviews are greatly appreciated.