Well, the first two functions (Binomial and Poisson) are there because I wanted to work on machine learning or some sort of AI, but on my way there I learned how awesome Alexa plus WolframAlpha can be. I just wish I had come to that realization earlier.
What it does
How I built it
Mostly, a friend named Nathan. Also, from youtube videos, reading stack overflow and other such websites.
Challenges I ran into
The biggest challenge for me this Hackathon was not knowing what to do, and how to do it. This being my first Hackathon, it was awesome, but I wish I had known a bit more about what happens at a Hackathon.
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
What I learned
What's next for Wolf
First, I will check and see if it is legal for me to integrate Alexa with WolframAlpha as much as I think I can. If so, I will probably integrate it fully and make it open source. If not, I will make whatever part of Wolf I am allowed to make open source, open source.