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Computer Science 1



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Hello! My name is Emma Wood! This is my web page for Computer Science 1, or GITA 1.
I am learning C# this year, a coding language used to develop Windows apps. One
goal I have is to learn C++ by the end of the year. I aspire to get over a 4.0 GPA
during high school and get accepted into a University of California. GITA is a great
program that has taught me how to manage my time effectively and complete projects
under a deadline. I love programming and hope to be a software engineer one day. I
appreciate the challenges that coding presents and the satisfaction that comes with
overcoming obstacles that come up while creating a project. A sense of pride comes
with creating a game of your own, and I reccomend to anyone considering joining GITA
to give it a try! To download Microsoft Visual Studio, a development environment that
uses C#, follow the link above.


Goodbye

Date: 9/12/17


In this program, I created buttons that display "goodbye" translated into Spanish, French, Dutch, and Italian when the user clicks on corresponding buttons.

Help Page

Date: 9/25/17


In this program, I created a mock help page for a company that uses dialogs to allow the program user to change the font and text color.

Mailing Label

Date: 9/26/17


In this program, I created a button that generates a mailing label through compilation of user input such as name, adddress, and city.

Car Rental

Date: 10/5/17


In this program, I created an application that compiles user input to generate customer receipts and manager statistics of sales for a mock car rental company.

BMI Calculator

Date: 10/5/17


In this program, I created an application that calculates a user's BMI using their input while keeping an average BMI of all BMI calculations.

Test Score Calculator

Date: 10/18/17


In this program, I created an application that calculates a user's test grades for 2 tests while also outputting letter grades and an average score of the 2 tests.

Dice

Date: 10/21/17


In this program, I created an application that uses random numbers to simulate dice rolls while outputting roll statistics.

Craps

Date: 10/28/17


In this program, I created a simulation of the game of craps using random numbers.

Slot Machine

Date: 11/8/17


In this program, I created a simulation of a slot machine using random numbers that I assigned to pictures on the slot machine.

T-Shirt

Date: 12/11/17


In this program, I created a mock T-shirt ordering system using user input, radio buttons, and checkboxes.

Fish Program

Date: 12/18/17


In this program, I created a fish simulation that can move up, down, right, and left inside a "tank" while outputting the number of times the fish hits any one side of the tank.

College Bowl

Date: 1/8/18


In this program, I created a list of all of two football teams' bowl games. Clicking on the bowl games allows the user to see who won, and what the score was. It also includes forms that display background information about the teams' colleges.

Fish Program 2

Date: 1/24/18


In this program, I created a second fish simulation that can move up, down, right, and left inside a "tank" with a shark chasing it using 2D arrays.

Tic-Tac-Toe

Date: 2/6/18


In this program, I created a tic-tac-toe game that allows the user to play with another person or AI, or they can watch two AIs play.

Basic AI

Date: 2/15/18


In this program, I created a game that uses AI to have an enemy track the player's avatar, and the player must shoot the enemy to win the game.

Star Field

Date: 2/28/18


In this program, I created a simulation of a spaceship moving through space using computer-generated labels that make "stars."

Advanced AI

Date: 3/23/18


In this program, I created a second game that uses AI and arrays to have multiple enemies tracking the user's avatar, and the player must shoot these enemies to win the game.

Final Project - Study Fairy

Date: 3/23/18


In this program, I created an application that allows the user to enter questions and answers that they need to study for an upcoming exam. The program compiles user input to create a "study set" that can be used to play fun mini-games that help them learn. I'm extremely proud of this project, so please check it out and see what you think!

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