On my first week of the program, I learned about the development of videogames in general and I even learn how to make some sprites for a chracter and code on some sprites to function. The coding is important for the small project because it is use for the game work as I intended such as the characters being on the floor. The week helps me with the simplicity of game development which I might do something more with it as in videogame mods with textures. Maybe some day I would like to do more with it by actually doing some 3D modleling and animations in modding epsically in games like Fallout 4, Call of Duty: Black Ops 3, and Hatsune Miku: Mega Mix as the devs gave out mod tools for the players to play around with it to enhance the experience.
The third week is all about doing physical coding, my personal favorite lesson for a good reason in giving me more intrest in seeking some sort of career. The lesson is about connecting wires, led lights, and buttons to the computer to then code a function for the arduino to work. The lesson also gave me an understanding in the hardware on most electronics in general on how they work which I would like to learn more about each component does.
The fourth week is about the development of mobile apps. The lesson is uses the sites Thunkable and RPGplayground to understand how to develop an in general app or a mobile game. This still doesn't intrest me in doing mobile apps but it is nice to learn about the process though.