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GUI Python Calculator with Tkinter

GUI Python Calculator with Tkinter

This project started with me wanting to learn a way to make an app in Python with a Graphic User Interface (GUI). GUI is what people are used to seeing when working with a computer. The previous scripts I have done in Python have all been command line interface where...

Archive Project part 2 – The Program

Archive Project part 2 – The Program

The second part of the archive project See Post 1 about the Mac OS side of the fixes here and for the purpose of this project. What the program needs to do: The program is to add extensions to the files that need them and clean out the files that don’t need to be...

Archive Project part 1

Archive Project part 1

The issue that came up was when I went back to an old CD archive to pull an old Business card I worked for somebody, they needed some updates. I noticed that the Mac wouldn’t read the disc or the next 2 I tried. In research found that the current Mac OS doesn’t...

Python pull email addresses to CSV file

Python pull email addresses to CSV file

Another practicing Python project the original idea for this project came when I heard somebody talk about their email program got updated and all their contacts disappeared. First thought they would need to go through and add their contacts back. Then thought how...

Random name picker

Random name picker

The idea of this Python project comes from who gets to go first or what order do a group of people go in. Think of kids getting ready to play a game and need to decide who goes first and what order they go in. They might do something like pull a card from a deck or...

Python updating a large number of files

Python updating a large number of files

While trying to get more practice with Python I look for projects or find things and think how could I do this as a program. They might not be the most exciting or useful but they help in learning more elements to Python. They also help me build up a coding library so...

Python Certificate

Python Certificate

Earned certification from Free Code Camp on Scientific Computing with Python. This involved going through lessons and creating 5 Python programs: Arithmetic Formatter: https://replit.com/@amacher/boilerplate-arithmetic-formatter-1 Time Calculator:...

Super simple calculator in JavaScript

Super simple calculator in JavaScript

Working on a JavaScript idea a simple calculator, as a weekend project, that took a little over a week, I used this post on FreeCodeCamp for the inspiration and help in working through the app. I created this calculator as an MVP (Minimal Viable Product), a way to get...

Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

As we seen in the above cartoon there can be some confusion over what is ‘the cloud’ and how it works. Such as how Bob, the slightly balding manager in the cartoon, thought the data was up in an actual cloud. I’ve wrote up a basic description of what is ‘the cloud’....

Acrobat order form

Acrobat order form

Working with a non-profit organization for their yearly fundraiser, where they would go and sell fruit, meat, and cheese gift boxes. Due to the COVID we tried something different and created a fillable PDF that people can fill out their orders and email to the...

HTML5 Forms – Verification

HTML5 Forms – Verification

Created a HTML form with verification using only HTML 5 and CSS code. With HTML 5 you don’t need to rely on JavaScript to do a lot of things that was needed in the past. These things would be to not submit if area was blank, that the elements are in the right format....

Visit Farmer City: Test Site

Visit Farmer City: Test Site

Visit Farmer City is a test website location that I use to work on website ideas usually for big projects. When doing these sample sites I give them a generic branding to not show who the customer is. Right now it’s being used to create an idea for a newspaper and not...

Illustrator Certification

Illustrator Certification

Received certification in Adobe Illustrator from Eduonix. While I've been using Illustrator for years, it's always good to go back and go through classes. By going through new classes you can pickup what new features that have been added that you've missed or find...

Roman number converter

Roman number converter

While finishing up the JavaScript lessons in Free Code Camp we had to build a Roman numeral converter to take a number from 1 to 3999* and convert it to the Roman numerals. Spending some time with it I thought this would be a good program to create a web app. I...

Kelsey Zukowski’s  Website Resign

Kelsey Zukowski’s Website Resign

During the Covid-19 shutdown we took the opportunity to redesign Kelsey Zukowski’s website. Before we had used a regular theme to get her site up and going. We took this time to dig in and design a new theme with the goal to bring it more up to date with today...

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