Let me share with you cool and funny things I've built since college, from my first "Hello World!" to now.
Hi! I'm Guillaume.
I'll graduate from the University of Technology of Compiegne1 next year with a Master in Computer Science and Engineering degree. I'm currently doing an exchange semester at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I consider myself as a fast-learner, creative, sharp-eyed and self-challenging person, passionate about new technologies making the world a better place.
I am currently looking for a six-month internship as a Software Engineer and I would be pleased to hone my skills in related fields such as Natural Language Processing and Data Mining.
Below are some exciting projects or experiments I have done and inspirations I would like to share with you.
I've developed a lot of fun and innovative experiments on Facebook, directly interacting with people.
Simulate nature. A beautiful challenge took by Daniel Shiffman through this book, using coding as a mean of artistic expression.
A fake driving school website fully coded from scratch for academic purpose. Page names were imposed.
Thank you very much for your interest. Do not hesitate to contact me if you want any further information. 🙂
I'm still working on cool stuff I'll share with you in the coming weeks. Stay tunned! 😜
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The website homepage has a few real time counters as well as a database reset button that loads a demonstration dataset.
It allows to add students, register their attributes, delete them and consult their profile. A dynamic search let you find quickly the desired student. Pressing the enter key let you immediately access the student profile.
It is also possible to plan thematic classroom sessions and to enroll students. Once the session is done, a score can be assigned to each student, which will be part of his statistics.
Student statistics can be filtered by topic. It displays their average number of mistakes per session, their score distribution and also their percentage of success (in France, a driving school exam is failed if more than 5 mistakes are made).
Results evolution of the student are also displayed per topic on a plot, letting us to quickly identify his strong and weak points.
Not only are global statistics displaying the same information as personal statistics, but also a driving-school frequentation calendar over the years.