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Have you built a cool project using java or python or any other language? If yes, what types?
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Have you built a cool project using java or python or any other language? If yes, what types?
i wouldnt call them cool one but ive writtencodes in python and visual basic but they were done as tasks so i wouldnt call them cool
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i wouldnt call them cool one but ive writtencodes in python and visual basic but they were done as tasks so i wouldnt call them cool
Would u ever want to create like a project with python
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Would u ever want to create like a project with python
Yes but dependent on what the project was. it has been abit of time since i have used it but i remember most of it
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Yes but dependent on what the project was. it has been abit of time since i have used it but i remember most of it
that’s cool and same.
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that’s cool and same.
Was you taught by someone or did you self learn???
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Was you taught by someone or did you self learn???
I take ap cs so I’m learning JavaScript through there and I learned python through this book (still working on it tho) “automate the boring stuff” 10/10 recommend.
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I take ap cs so I’m learning JavaScript through there and I learned python through this book (still working on it tho) “automate the boring stuff” 10/10 recommend.
i learnt some baisic python from my gcse teacher then i tought myself more (planning on getting the course on udemy aas its on sale rn) and i self taught myself everything ive done on visual basic so far
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i learnt some baisic python from my gcse teacher then i tought myself more (planning on getting the course on udemy aas its on sale rn) and i self taught myself everything ive done on visual basic so far
You’re in year 11 too? Yeah python is fun I haven’t mastered it bc I was learning JavaScript but I want to start using Python more.
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You’re in year 11 too? Yeah python is fun I haven’t mastered it bc I was learning JavaScript but I want to start using Python more.
no im now in year 12. i last used python in year 10/11 for gcse coursework
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no im now in year 12. i last used python in year 10/11 for gcse coursework
Ohh I’m in year 11 going to 12 haha
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Ohh I’m in year 11 going to 12 haha
have fun with the GCSE's i only gotta redo my english. i hated them
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have fun with the GCSE's i only gotta redo my english. i hated them
Lmao I don’t take the GCE’s because I don’t live in England , I take the SAT but I guess it’s equally as stressful .
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I study Natural Sciences at Durham University. I did an internship that mainly featured Programming although the supervisor didn't help me with the Programming rather with understanding the project topic. However, I did do a Programming module in my 1st year but I had to relearn the Programming and then also learn new Programming skills to do the Programming for the project.

I did the project in the Theoretical Particle Physics department in the Maths department. The idea of the project is that particles actually take infinitely many paths to go from A to B rather than just one path as you'd expect in the everyday world and the project explored how much each path contributed to the probability of the particle going from A to B as you go from smaller scales to larger scales essentially where you'd expect the contributions to be dominated by one path.

Here is a short video showing what was produced in the case of a free particle the everyday case being travelling at constant velocity which would be a diagonal path on the diagram showing as the velocity is the gradient and that is constant.
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I guess C# is my main language, but I haven't done a personal project in ages!

I just went back to look at the last couple of personal mini-projects I wrote a few years ago, which were console window games - Snake and Space Invaders.

I sort of wish I hadn't looked at those now because the code is a bit embarassing to look at now. I guess that's how most people feel when they go back to look at code they'd written after several years of learning how to do things in a better way

I like Python, I haven't done anything interesting with it though. Maybe one day I'll rewrite my snake in python
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I study Natural Sciences at Durham University. I did an internship that mainly featured Programming although the supervisor didn't help me with the Programming rather with understanding the project topic. However, I did do a Programming module in my 1st year but I had to relearn the Programming and then also learn new Programming skills to do the Programming for the project.

I did the project in the Theoretical Particle Physics department in the Maths department. The idea of the project is that particles actually take infinitely many paths to go from A to B rather than just one path as you'd expect in the everyday world and the project explored how much each path contributed to the probability of the particle going from A to B as you go from smaller scales to larger scales essentially where you'd expect the contributions to be dominated by one path.

Here is a short video showing what was produced in the case of a free particle the everyday case being travelling at constant velocity which would be a diagonal path on the diagram showing as the velocity is the gradient and that is constant.
Woah this is amazing I love your video!
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I guess C# is my main language, but I haven't done a personal project in ages!

I just went back to look at the last couple of personal mini-projects I wrote a few years ago, which were console window games - Snake and Space Invaders.

I sort of wish I hadn't looked at those now because the code is a bit embarassing to look at now. I guess that's how most people feel when they go back to look at code they'd written after several years of learning how to do things in a better way

I like Python, I haven't done anything interesting with it though. Maybe one day I'll rewrite my snake in python
Yup python is pretty fun and that’s cool, haha I made these tiny clicker apps for School so I know what you mean.
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Aside from all my work based projects, the latest personal project is tuning a machine learning algorithm for a CNN using a grid search. Using Python of course.
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Aside from all my work based projects, the latest personal project is tuning a machine learning algorithm for a CNN using a grid search. Using Python of course.
Oooh that’s cool I think my brother did something like that for Wikipedia
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I don’t do much programming this year but I mainly stick with Python and my idea of projects is just producing useful scripts for automating my workflow.

One example was creating a task which was based around evaluating apps. I needed a CSV file to load into a Python library to make a seaborn chart.

I wrote a Python script which created a text file, asked the user for a file name and then used a for loop to add however many column names and rows, it wrote each row to the text file and performed a market size calculation. Saved me about 10 hours worth of work and made life easier when writing the essay.
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