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Sharon Steiner-Wargo

Computer Scientist   |   3D Artist

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Computer Creator
Computer Creator

Computer Creator is my independent study. It was made in Unreal using Blueprint Visual Scripting and C++. Its purpose is to teach users about the hardware inside of a desktop computer. Click the image to learn more.
Animal Crossing Fitbit face
Animal Crossing Fitbit Watch Face

A simple clock face built in anticipation of Nintendo's newest Animal Crossing game!

This is a take on the popular Civilization games. Written in C++, it takes advantage of the language's encapsulation, inheritance, and data abstraction. The game is won once 100 status points are collected.
Tic Tac Toe
C++ Tic Tac Toe

This is a simple version of the classic Tic Tac Toe. It was coded in C++ and employs a 2D array as the board. The win condition is checked via the 8 possible wins in Tic Tac Toe, including the three columns, three rows, and two diagonals.
CSCI323 Final Project
CSCI323 Final

This is my final project for my CSCI323 Web Development class, a functional e-commerce site. It was made in Notepad++ using HTML5, PHP, JavaScript, and SQL. You can purchase chickens and chicken accessories, send feedback (that will email you and me), create an account, log in, and more. As an admin, you can add/edit procuts and accounts, view orders and customers, and more.
The Jyas band Website

I coded this website using HTML5 for a local band using Notepad++. You can access an About Us, a Gallery, a Song List, and more. You can conact the band via the contact page with an email, a phone number, or a form. The images scale to the size of the window, so it will look nice at almost any size.
My website,

What good would I be as a programmer if I didn't code my own site? I made this website using HTML5 and PHP in Notepad++. The images on the home page are randomly picked and display differently each time you land on the page. Images on my work pages are generated via PHP for-loops. I host this site via GreenGeeks. I try to keep it as up to date as I can, and I really enjoy doing so.
Coding HTML/PHP is so enjoyable!

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