So I'm in this program called Youth & Government, where students from different high schools basically advocate to solve national and global problems. We also go to conferences here in California, where students from all over California get to meet and collaborate on making the world a better place. Since these conferences revolve around politics, I get to hear loads and loads of people's opinions and thoughts. But after these events end, so many ideas are missed out on, which in turn indirectly hurts everyone, because I believe that every problem can be solved if everyone came together, regardless of race, regardless of gender, regardless of any other differences, so that the world can be a better place for all types of life on this earth of ours.
What it does
You can submit your ideas and thoughts on the following pages of the website, which will be received by me and I will possibly post it into Instagram (if you decide so).
How I built it
I used some front-end and back-end languages, along with Google Forms to display my ideas.
Challenges I ran into
Since I haven't really used some of these languages I've mentioned, I had to become proficient at it before I decided to go any further. But the learning process was still really fun, despite my setbacks.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
I'm proud of submitting a project for my first hackathon! (Yayyy) But I'm also proud of instantly utilizing some new things that I've learned over my time with the project.
What I learned
I got to learn more deeply about some of the languages mentioned somewhere up above.
What's next for The Advonauts
Next, I'm planning on replacing the form by Google to some php powered form, after I learn it of course.