For the first time using Xcode, I made a simple iOS application that displays my name and a button. When pressed, it displays an alert saying “Hello World!” Attached is a link to download the zip file of my application.
Using the tutorial available at TeamTreehouse.com, I was able to create my very first video game using C# programming and Unity to build it. Below are links to download the video game for your computer based on the operating system (Linux, Mac, Windows).
Part of being a Computer Science major is having to not only code in class or on assignments, but to practice as much as you can in your free time. Computer Science is a field of constant learning and change, and therefore more and more resources are becoming available for even the average person with zero programming experience. Below I explain a few of the methods I have used to help develop my programming skills. Continue reading “Programming Resources”
Below is just a little bit about me in picture form, from my family to my friends and more. These photos are also visible on my Photos page in my project website jared-stevens1996.com.
Another project of mine using C++ in CodeBlocks, this program displays a game of tic-tac-toe on the console and asks for a number on the board to place either an X or an O. This game requires two players and can be played every time the program is ran in an IDE.
Just like the other source code projects, to play you need to copy and paste the code into an IDE and click “Compile and Run.”
Find the source code here.