Pixel Art #1 – Atlamillia

Hey,

I thought that I could start supplementing some of my CS knowledge by getting a little more artistic. Pixel art’s always been a favorite of mine, and I think it compliments programming well. Here’s my first-ever art creation. Took me about an hour after setting up photoshop and all that jazz.

It’s my favorite mage, Atlamillia.

GitLab Update

In addition to updating the website, I’ve also completely reworked my GitLab profile – https://gitlab.com/users/Ssummerf/projects

15 Projects added with proper ReadMe files, descriptions, and professional titling to make it easier on the eyes. Most project files are briefly summarized with additional comments in the source code.

These projects span the last 3 years of my career at UMW. Here’s a neat list to display their variety.

  • Logisim
  • Java
  • React
  • SQL
  • Python
  • C++
  • C
  • Assembly
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Not to mention the time spent with AWS, Nginx, and PM2. I spent the bulk of today sifting through my old AWS server to lift the code for GitLab. Then I had to go through it all, so I knew how to summarize it properly. This isn’t everything I’ve done – I’ve omitted the small assignments. But it’s a pretty substantial read.

    Scott Summerford

    Introduction #2

    Hey,

    I’ve renovated the website now that the course requirements on it have been lifted. I’ve gotten a little bit more leeway on how I’ll actually conduct the site.

    I’m a student at the University of Mary Washington. I’m expected to graduate a semester early this December 2018. More details regarding social media, project information, and contact info can be found in the About section above.

    For coding or other miscellaneous questions, contact me at my student email: Ssummerf@mail.umw.edu

    I also tend to create my own study guides and documents regarding coursework or subjects of interest. Feel free to contact me if you are having trouble in a mutual subject.

    I expect to be mixing up the site a lot today in preparation for the post-college job hunt.

    Thanks,
    Scott Summerford