Now that Simon has his desktop spot again, he seems to be back in his element, devoting many hours a day to a project, then getting a new idea, starting … Continue reading Jelly is Sticky, Collision is Tricky
Our living room has this air of an open source digital studio, sizzling with contagious creativity. I have always encouraged the kids to do their stuff in a shared space … Continue reading Go Girl!
Simon’s really proud of himself for being helpful during The Coding Train’s tutorial recording sessions. He hopes to have converted Dan Shiffman to approach trigonometry as something about circles, not … Continue reading Trig is About Circles
Simon’s got a new collab going and possibly what is a beginning of a real friendship with a peer from Bangalore, India. They have already finished several wonderful projects together … Continue reading New Collab
You can turn the card around by using the mouse if you open it in p5.js: Simon made this card during Daniel Shiffman’s Processing Telethon last night, joining other programmers … Continue reading Merry Xmas! Simon’s Xmas Card.
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
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
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.
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
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
Just a funny piece from a member-only Coding Train session 😉
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