Your illness does not define you. Your Strength and Courage does!
Simple personal portfolio to showcase our projects over the Fellowship.
A safari-themed blog for sharing MLH projects and blog posts! Also includes "about" and "contact" pages.
Minimal portfolio website built using Flask for MLH Fellowship Production Engineering track.
A minimalistic blogging and portfolio website for the Production Engineering Track of the MLH Fellowship, developed with the Flask micro web framework.
A Flask website displaying an about me, portfolio, and contact form
A personalized take on a portfolio website, inspired by our pod's name (C Turtles) and enriched by our passions in programming. The website features 5 pages uniquely styled thanks to Bootstrap.
A generic, reusable, and aesthetically template for you to use as your portfolio. It's effortless to use and set up, is customizable, user-friendly, and you can link your GitHub projects to anyone.
This is a site with varying customizable portfolio templates for users to implement, choose, and edit based on preference.
MLH Fellow's Best Friend. We understand how sometimes life in particular can be difficult, we thought of making something which can be used by every fellow which makes their life easy.
Serious and fun? that's what we aim!
This is a flask portfolio project for an internal hackathon in the MLH Fellowship.
A simple yet visually-appealing portfolio website with built-in blog feature
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An interactive, animated, and calming website for you to display your passions, hobbies, experiences and projects.
We developed a portfolio website as a way to demonstrate our skills as engineers
All aspiring developers need a good portfolio, it's how we communicate our skills and share our experiences.
A template for your hacker portfolio needs!
Portfolio builder that can be used by subsequent MLH fellows to enhance their profiles.
Implementing a simple version of the classic RSA cryptosystem which can factor around 13-16 digit numbers efficiently. It was part of our project in Mathematical Cryptography class!
Simulates a Cat and Mouse program by parsing the input program using Simple Right Linear (SLR) parsing method. The DFA and CFG are pre-built and found in parsedata.txt and dataproj2 (instructions pdf)
A portfolio highlighting our current fellows' projects and experiences throughout the fellowship.