welcome to my portfolio, let's connect!Who am I?
I still remember the day I first googled linux. Since then my quest of knowledge of Linux machines as well as the Open Source Community has been growing stronger. I began to be familiar with the command line, and found it pretty straight forward, with the helpful reading of The Linux Phrasebook . I like to keep my laptop always with a Linux partition as well as a Windows one. At the moment I'm trying Fedora (essential - command line only- ) and I'm quite liking it. I enjoy switching from Windows to Ubuntu, and from Ubuntu to OSX (my home desktop).
Having been introduced to C++ only two years ago, I look forward to further my skills and knowledge in the networking side of the language - see the micro:bit section below. The Bsc in Games Programming I am attending pushed me to learn on a practical level more than on a theoretical one. It is not just about graphics, but rather more about problem solving, safe memory management and data handling.
I have grown a strong passion for devices that make the DIY a must, by opening technologies and resources to anyone! I first bought my Raspberry PI to get introduced to such a unique device. Then I started discovering the world of micro-controllers (in the second year of my diploma I've attended a module on Arduino programming). Having achieved a successful communication between the RaspberryPI and a UNO board, I have now moved onto the Micro:Bit board - which is unique in its own right.
Automated irrigation system, with programmable watering and LCD.
Remake of the old game.
Sort of a remake of Tron.
Kill the zombies.
One button shooter game, movements accordingly to accelerometer.
Game created for a 48 hrs game jam.