Genius is one percent inspiration, ninety-nine percent perspiration. -Thomas Alva Edison
I think I might can 'teach' you the core concepts you would need to understand Algorithms & Time Complexity on an undergraduate level.
Design the front and the back of a website from simplest ones (like a single page portfolio) to harder ones (like an e-shop or a blog site).
I can train models to classify and predict data on various topics. My latest project on Machine Learning is a disease prediction application, that predicts with accurate percentage (based on 3 different prediction algorithms) the disease of a patient, based on the symptoms that he provides.
I can make low level (C, C++) CLI applications like a Multithreaded TCP Client/Server using Sockets, or even simpler ones like a banking system managment application, or even simple CLI games like tic tac toe or chess!
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Besides my passion on technology, I'm also passionate about sports, in particular weightlifting, cycling, swimming, playing lot's of basketball and doing lot's of Calisthenics. I'm also passionate about, playing chess and solving riddles like this one on my spare time! Of course music is a part of my life as well, and that is classical music! The influence of me loving classical music was my uncle, who taught me to play the piano on some good old time classical songs like this one, when I was a little kid! You can enjoy some more of this wonderful music genre over here!
Since I was a little kid, I was very skinny no matter how much I ate. But after getting laughed at school on how skinny I was and how I could not compare with the rest of the kids on playing basketball or football, I got angry with myself and wanted to do something about this...
So first of all, I got myself into weightlifting, day in, day out, after school, I would get my bike and ride some kms away from home to get into a free gym where I could lift weights there. Of course I was young (started out at 15 years of age) and made many mistakes. But some good grown athletes working out there as well, showed me some of my mistakes and how to try and fix them, and how to fix what I ate as well (less to no sugar and bread, more veggies, meat and fish) and through years of commitment, determination & hard work I finally saw some results and thank god for keeping me healthy I find myself today not knowing how to pass a day without working out!
So these were my first steps, making lots of mistakes on workouts and on dieting as well. Got myself into the skinny fat "category" once, because of my little to no knowledge.
But after years of making mistakes and trying to learn from them, I started reading books on weightlifting and dieting and made it a lifestyle as of today and on..
Find me at the end of the line
It seems like you've found an Easter egg!