When I first touched code in 2013 to build apps, I didn't know how important it will be for me and how much you can achieve with programming. It trained my mind to be more logical and it certainly helped me a lot in life and school to this day (12th grade). Since starting, I launched multiple apps, websites and more.
I am also interested in languages (especially Spanish), photography, photo editing, and am proficient in maths. I can't wait to see what I will develop and learn in the future. Do you have an opportunity for me? Contact
I got into open source software, made my first pull request (and lots more) this year and mostly concentrated on web technologies.
In 11th grade, my school finally started offering computer science classes. The best thing: my teacher is awesome.
Its design was almost odious and it had pretty much no content. You have to start somewhere, right?
You can read about it and my other apps in my portfolio.
During the three weeks, I developed a web calendar for the "Mars Express" mission. It shows when the camera captures Mars images and when they are downloaded with lots of data for scientists. I also built a Java program that generated the calendar readable events from ical files. This internship was my first real-life software development experience. Try it out: HRSC Calendar
This language appealed to me more the more I learned, at least partly thanks to my great teacher. I started listening to Spanish music and loving the culture. It became my favorite language and I learn it literally every day.
I searched the internet for what I need to learn to build apps for Android, so my first programming language was Java. It obviously took me some time to actually get to the point where I could develop apps.
Considering the advantages of learning a language when you are young and that everything around code happens in English, I'm glad I was able to learn early.
These are the tools I use.