Since 2016, I’ve been teaching myself computer programming. I took a large lecture- and lab-based computer science course. In that course, I created a range of small programs using what’s often called the gateway programming language — Python. As I’ve conducted more research on software studies, I’ve returned to being a practitioner of computer programming off and on. I’ve provided below links to some of the software I’ve created in Python.
This program mimics online banking software. The user can create a new account, add a new transaction, or check how much money exists in their account. I created this program for a college course called CS301, an introduction to Python.
This computer program, when executed, will check if a given word is an anagram.