A super-simple database

As a suggestion on a Coding Train thread on GitHub in which Daniel Sghiffman was asking for ideas on how to keep poll votes after restarting the server, Simon has … Continue reading A super-simple database

Question Bot

Simon has built a question bot that will collect questions on The Coding Train Discord so that Daniel Shiffman can answer them during the following live session. This is something … Continue reading Question Bot

New Friends. New Horizons.

Thanks to the lock-down, Simon’s got new friends. For a little over a month now, he has been part of exciting daily discussions, challenging coding sessions and just playing together … Continue reading New Friends. New Horizons.

Space-filling Curves in p5.js.

Simon prepared this project as a community contribution for The Coding Train (Simon came up with his own way to draw the Hilbert Curve and added interactive elements to enable … Continue reading Space-filling Curves in p5.js.

How Simon takes part in the Coding train live sessions

Every live session Daniel Shiffman mentions Simon several times, usually because Simon gives good feedback/ advice. On the other end, Simon is invigorated and jumping about the room. Sometimes resulting … Continue reading How Simon takes part in the Coding train live sessions

Simon Builds a Chess AI with Minimax

I’ve been terrible at keeping this blog up to date. One of Simon’s best project in December 2019 was creating a chess robot and I haven’t even shared it here. … Continue reading Simon Builds a Chess AI with Minimax

Simon’s Random Number Generator

This one’s back from mid-October, forgot to post here. Simon created a random number generator that generates a frequency, and then picks it back up. Then, it calculates the error … Continue reading Simon’s Random Number Generator

Example of Simon contributing an issue on GitHub

Below is Simon’s issue/ topic suggestion he contributed to the Coding Train GitHub yesterday, addressed to Daniel Shiffman: Function Overloading Nah. Operator Overloading OK, first, we have to understand the valueOf() function. valueOf() is … Continue reading Example of Simon contributing an issue on GitHub

Fluid Dynamics: Laughing and Crying

Simon was watching Daniel Shiffman’s live coding lesson on Wednesday, and when fluid dynamics and Navier-Stokes equations came up (describing the motion of fluid in substances and used to model … Continue reading Fluid Dynamics: Laughing and Crying