I'm Sam Kemp a programmer and web developer trying to get noticed.
Skilled in Computer Repair, Debian, PHP, C++ and more.
For a while, I have been making bots for the popular VoIP, instant messaging and digital distribution platform Discord.
Sacred Aftermath is a game made in 30 hours, as a solo project, during the 2018 GameJam at the University of Bolton.
I spend a lot of my time developing small 'web toys' and various other small projects using Unity, Java and more. I also enjoy tinkering with various technologies.
When I am away from my computer, I enjoy playing Hockey and Swimming. I follow a number of sci-fi and fantasy genre movies and television shows, and I spend a large amount of my free time exploring the latest technological advancements.
I thought as a good chunk of this year was spent playing with AI technologies, text, audio, images and even video. I asked ChatGPT 4 to write the rest of this post for me, so here it goes:
As the curtain falls on another year, it's a perfect opportunity to pause, look back, and reflect on the past twelve months. Each year is packed with its unique blend of surprises, trials, triumphs, and essential learnings, radically shifting our lives in ways we often can't predict at the start. The vibrancy, resilience, and adaptability shown this year will be remembered as some of the key highlights. It has been a year where we have been nudged to redefine our 'normal,' broadening our perspectives, and reminding us all of the transience of things we always thought were stable.
As we stand on the brink of the forthcoming year, our hearts are filled with hope and a head full of ambitions. The fresh start comes with a clean slate and a bundle of endless possibilities to paint ou...
Over December I purchased myself two Maker Advent Calendars from The Pi Hut, The 12 Projects of Codemas and Let it Glow each came with 12 days so combining the two means I had a full 24 days advent calendar.
Unfortunately due to a knee injury I have had to temporarily suspend my steps. I still intend to walk whenever I am able. I appreciate every penny that has been raised so far for a wonderful charity and while I may have to extend the challenge by a few days to make up for lost time, I still intend to complete to the best of my ability.
I will continue to keep this page updated with my progress.
Thank you, Sam
I'm taking on Mind's 10,000 steps a day in October challenge.
Now more than ever, people struggling from mental health problems need our support. In the UK, 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem this year. Mind needs your help so that they can be there for anyone who needs them, on the phone, in local communities and campaigning for change.
Please support my 10,000 steps a day challenge by donating to my fundraiser. You donation will help to make sure that information and support is available for everyone - on Mind's website, the helplines they run and through their online community, Side by Side.
Donate here: https://fundraising.samkemp.me/...