Margaret Bieliaieva

I first tried programming when I was about 10 years old. My dad decided I should at least try it once, just to know if it can be one of my main focuses. After going through a few simple courses, I decided to dive deeper into the IT community, and explore this thing, called programming. After a few more courses, and one – two months of exploring, I started to realise, that I actually like the IT community and programming in general. After that I started practicing, practicing, practicing, and I am still learning programming and increasing my skills and abilities.

Programming Languages and skills

Below, you can see Programming languages and directions I have dealt with and explored. I have completed courses on each of these programming languages, and also completed projects in some of them. You can view the code of the projects down below. My achievements in each of these areas and courses you can see on this page. At the moment, I am working on improving my skills in each of the listed directions.

Python

(Codecademy)

C++

(Codecademy)

C#

(Codecademy)

PHP

(Codecademy)

MySQL

(Codecademy, KhanAcademy)

HTML

(Codecademy, KhanAcademy)

CSS

(Codecademy, KhanAcademy)

Java Script

(KhanAcademy)

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Events

As you know, meetups and seminars are a bunch of fun. There are a lot of different themed meetups. Business meetups, programming meetups, seminars, lectures, you name it! I mostly like going to programming and business meetups. Here you can read about how I went to my first meetup, my reaction to it, and the following events.

seminars, meetups

My dad took me to my first meetup when I was 11-12 years old approximately. After that one meetup, I got really fired up, and gained a lot of motivation and determination. One month later, we went to another one, and spent a marvelous time there. I absolutely loved how I spent my time on both meetpus, and after both of them, I had twice, if not thrice the motivation I had before them, and my dad saw it. From then on, we tried to visit as much interesting meetups as we could. The speakers on these events were either quite successful CEO’s or Co-founders of cool tech startups, either very skilled and profficient in their area programmists, and the best thing about it was that you could come to them and personally speak with them! Here is a list of speakers, which did a presentation or interview  on these meetups and events:

Events

I attend a lot of programming and business meetups and events. Here are the names of the speakers  on these events:

Projects I have created

Have you ever wanted to dive into the Pokemon world and take part in battles? Well now is your chance! By running this project code in the console, you will be able to interact with the program, and create your own Pokemons, Pokemon trainers and potions, which can intercat with each other! Have fun!

Open Project Code

Have you ever wanted to create a new, personalized, unusual creature? Well, now is the perfect time! With if you run this project code in a console, you will be able to interact with the program, which will let you create your personal creature! 

Open Project Code

 

By running this program in the console, you will be able to code and decode your messages, to pass them to your friends, without others understanding what you’re talking about.

Open Project Code

By running this project code you will be able to choose your own adventure, but choose wisely. Your desicions affect your outcomes, always remember this. Have fun!

Open Project Code

By running this code you will be able to see how many point a certain word scores in “Scrabble”

Open Project Code

By running this code you will be able to see how much money will it cost to build a certain house. Have fun!

Open Project Code

By running this code you will be able to play a little “True or false” game! Have fun!

Open Project Code

Web site for Musician and Programmer Margaret Bieliaeva

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