Hi! I am Sam, a student passionate about computer science, engineering, and creating.
I am always looking for learning opportunities to reach my ambitious goal of contributing to society through the power of technology.
I created this site to share my experiences, show you what I have done, and post what I have been working on.
Here are some languages, frameworks, and tools I know
My programming journey started in grade 4. Since then, I have picked up many valuable skills.
This list will expand as I continue my journey looking for opportunities.
* Technically not programming languages, but I am putting them in anyways.
Python is the first text-based programming language I learned. It is the language that I am most proficient in.
I learned Java to mod Minecraft. I use the Minecraft Forge and Fabric toolchains. I am still learning Java and loving it so far.
I like to build things by tinkering and improving it as I learn more things.
Experimentation allows me to learn new concepts and skills and to reinforce older ones I might have forgotten.
I want to use my skills to create impactful and useful things.
Here are some things I have built
Although it may not look impressive, all are small steps towards a big goal.
This list will expand as I sift though all my projects.
Python | Discord Bot
Dot Score is a Discord utility bot build with Disnake for my study group. Dot Score logs your progress and keeps you on track on homework.
Java | Minecraft Mod
My most popular creation with over 200K downloads. A Minecraft mod that adds Diamond Nuggets. Useful as currency on multiplayer communities.
You are here right now! My personal website showcases my skills, works, and information about me. Built with Svelte and styled with TailwindCSS.
Java | Minecraft Mod (On Hold)
I am collaborating with @arexon to bring Furnideco, his furniture addon for Minecraft Bedrock, to Minecraft Java.
The scrapbook is where I document my progress and learning.
Click here to see my full Scrapbook.
Scrapbook is built by Hack Club.
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Here is what I have been up to
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