Hi! My name is Karel, and I'm on a mission to learn as much as I can about computer science.
I started off with learning HTML and CSS. That's how I made my very own homepage!
You can make your own homepage as well! Simply go to the CodeHS Sandbox, and click the edit Homepage button:
Any HTML code you write will be hosted at your very own subdomain on the codehs.me domain. For example, mine is karel.codehs.me
This is a publicly visible URL, so you can easily share your homepage with friends and family by sending them a link!
As I go through the CodeHS AP Computer Science Principles course, I'll be updating my homepage with all of my latest creative projects. At the end of the course I'll have a full portfolio of computational artifacts!
Please check out some of my favorite projects below:
This is a calendar I made using HTML!
This is an image I made by designing my own custom encoding for pixel colors. Since the image has only 4 colors, I only need two bits to represent each color!
|Bit Encoding||Pixel Color|
This is a presentation I made with some of my classmates about how Internet addressing works!
I hope you enjoyed viewing my homepage, and I encourage you to make your own!
If you're interested in learning more about the CodeHS AP Computer Science Principles course, check out the following resources:
If you have any questions, or if you're interested in teaching AP Computer Science Principles at your school with CodeHS, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know!