Some cool things I've worked on
Started: September 2019 - Ongoing. Starred Project
The projects page was created to showcase my personal projects. This website is my first fully created project. As you can see it runs on one certain design principle.
Simple does it.
Started: July 2020 - July 2020
The multi-functional Twitter bot is a place to showcase different Python functions of what is possible using Twitter API's.
Started: August 2020 - Ongoing
As a technology advisor to a small business in Hoover. I am responsible for the upkeep and maintaince of the business site.
Started: February 2020 - February 2020
Given the challenge of writing a simple ceaser cipher in Python. I took the challenge and produced a simple program. Consisting of:
Started: May 2020 - May 2020
Going off my Python Ceaser Cipher I decided to write an implementation of it in Java as well.
Started: July 2019 - Ongoing
CleanHoover is a city sponsored community organization. I currently serve as the Head of Technology with the tasked responsibility for full maintaince and upkeep of the site. The site was created using a minimal html template and is currently being hosted on Firebase hosting.
Started: April 2020 - April 2020
Started: Feb 2020 - Ongoing
MDot news was born out of the need for a faster way to digest news data. Featuring the days top headlines. You are given a quick description, author info, publisher info, but the most important is the media bias rating. I believe the power of the news should be within the people and the best way to do so is to give the people the tools to know what their chosen news source believes in. The first iteration focuses on media bias.
Started: May 2019 - May 2020
A Google Search yields 10 results. Project Trident Skittles is me trying to capture all 10 results under the keyword "Michael Gathara". So far it has yielded 6 out of 10 on Google and an impressive information panel on Bing. With a capture of the first search result on Yahoo, Bing, Google and Duck Duck Go.
I plan to capture all 10 by end of 2020.
I also plan to capture those of: