I am currently a third year computer science student at the University of Lincoln. I have interests in Coding in various languages such as Python, C#/C++, Java as well as many web development tools and languages.
I have other interests such as Video Games, Esports, Anime, Hockey, Athletics and Climbing just to name a few.
Pokémon Speedrun Bot, what’s that you ask? Well it was a project started by Kyle Coburn & Michael Jondahl back in July 2014. They worked on it for a good year. The aim of the project was to play Pokémon Red as fast as possible. Pokémon Red and all the Pokémon games are notoriously RNG (Randomness) based. The Bot was almost a way to brute force the games RNG.
I adapted the project, updated it kept it running after they lost interest. All of this was viewable on the Twitch channel "pokespeedrunbots". For months at a time I would run it 24/7 and it did over 100,000 runs in that time. The Twitch channel was very popular with over 8,000 followers and at its peak 700-800 viewers. In Early 2017 I introduced a betting aspect to the bot as a way to engage and interact with the twitch chat! I had to retire the project multiple times due to work and studies. Currently it is still on hiatus, but I hope to bring it back soon.Close Project
osu! is a rhythem game, with a very competative side so me and a few people from the community came up with an app/IRC bot to make a competative 1v1 Match Making System. It was a fun prodject but now it has basicaly been retired after not many people using or knowing about it.Close Project