2019 - World Robot Olympiad Senior Open Category (Top 11)
2019 - National Robotics Competition - WRO Open Category (Championship Award, 1st)
2018 - World Robot Olympiad Senior Open Category (Certificate of Excellence)
2018 - National Robotics Competition - WRO Open Category (Championship Award, 1st & Best Presentation, 3rd)
2018 - Director's List for Excellent Academic Performance
2018 - Edusave Certificate of Academic Achievement
I am primary a Web Developer with over a year of experience using the Angular Web Framework. I have developed two non-personal projects over one year.
I am also a Game Developer. I have developed two games throughout one semester.
On top of the two skillsets mentioned, I have taken electives in the following:
You may find my online portfolio here but keep in mind that as of writing this (28Febuary2020), it is currently a work in progress.
Not So Super Mario is a 2D Platformer wherein the player plays as Mario - a red-hatted, Italian, plumber - & aims to complete levels. Levels are completed by reaching the goal pole. It is typically the rightmost game object in a level. These levels are usually themed, containing objects like platforms, enemies, coins, & an array of powerups.
Notable features of the game include a level editor, allowing players to create their own level, and a leaderboard system (based on how quickly the player beats the level).
The team consists of five members (four year-3 students listed below and one year-2 student here).
The game was developed over the course of 3 weeks with C++, using DIrectX9 for our first Gameplay Programming module assignment. Check out our second assignment, NotSoUnrailed, here.