30/09/2016 Reflection

This week, I gave it all to a little bit of java and this new challenge that caught my attention: Bebras challenge. Bebras challenge gave me an idea of how the later computer competition that I might be competing will look like. I mostly focused on challenges for age 14-16 and 16-18 which will be the ones that I will do in the future. However, I started off this challenge with easier challenges that was for 10-12 and 12-14. I struggled very hard on understanding the questions, but I always tried my best and asked my peers to help me understand and now, I am more confident with these questions and what they are asking. Screen Shot 2016-09-29 at 9.54.38 AM

I did the java script above just to review what I did last time. This time, I have typed in my birthdays and text that said “my birthday is on..” and so on. I think it is interesting to related me to the java script just than putting numbers and letters

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This challenge above was one of the questions that I struggled the most. The order of the events written in each box were mixed and tangled up and I struggled to understand this diagram.


My goal last reflection was to spend more time on java. However, because I was focused more on the challenges, I want to keep doing this until I run out of challenge since it really interests me.

My new goal for next reflection is to get more confident with Bebras challenges and start the Canadian Computing Competition challenges. To be honest, I want to start right away, but I still didn’t finish the hardest challenges in the Bebras challenge cite.


One thought on “30/09/2016 Reflection”

  1. Keep it up, Sang-won. When you finish the Bebras challenges, the Candian Computing ones will allow you to use Java, so you can meet both your goals and interests at once. 🙂

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