Useful miscellaneous tech tricks and tips… I’m sure, like everyone else in the world, that you’ve wanted to convert Youtube videos into audio. But there are so many shady sites and you don’t know which ones are safe…(does anyone actually buy the music?) Youtube-dl is by far the most useful youtube to audio/video converter. There […]Read more "Youtube-dl: a sample config file"
Photo Credit: Hannah Morgan from Unsplash Last summer, I worked as software development intern at Mastercard, specifically on the Masterpass Merchant Portal, which serves as an online hub for onboarding ecommerce merchants that wish to leverage the Masterpass digital wallet shopping experience. As this was my first technical internship, I learned a lot about what […]Read more "Interning at Mastercard: Software, Hardships, and Life"
Photo by Jason Blackeye on Unsplash In February, I organized a team of four college students to come up with a game design that would address this challenge, hosted by Games for Change: “The integration of migrant populations has always been an important issue faced by many countries all around the world. Integration is a two-way street, with […]Read more "G4C Migration Design Challenge"
Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash Window on a Rainy Day Above is the sheet music for one of the pieces I submitted in honor of Impressionist classical music, called “Window on a Rainy Day”, which won the Core Scholar award at Columbia University. The other piece that won the award, in the Romantic style, […]Read more "Seasons Pass | Window on a Rainy Day"
I made a simple game in Unity where you control a ball with the arrow keys, and try to hit the various red capsules in the field. At first, there’s background music playing from every single capsule, but as you hit more and more capsules, the music becomes more and more jumbled and disordered. This […]Read more "Making my first game: changing a game’s music through ball collision"
Made a website for my friend’s cousin!Read more "Experimenting with HTML and CSS"
Photo by Angelina Litvin on Unsplash I found an algorithm I wrote in Python to simulate the Bulls and Cows game! Here is a simple description of the game: Create a program that will play the “cows and bulls” game with the user. The game works like this: Randomly generate a 4-digit number. Ask the […]Read more "Bulls and Cows Game in Python"
I took Advanced Programming at Columbia University this past semester, and it was by far the most difficult class I’ve taken at this school in my undergraduate career. We covered a vast amount of material in one semester, and really dove deep into learning C and systems programming. We also covered the basics of UNIX, […]Read more "Surviving the C: A Systems Programming Raft for Beginners"
Beep, bop, boop! Are we all just AI in a greater simulation?Read more "Hello World!"