A Chunk List is a new, concurrent, chunk-based data structure that is easily modifiable and allows for fast run-time operations.
It is an array-based list of elements in which data is stored in inner lists of a
certain capacity, allowing for easily modifiable and faster runtimes based on the
number of elements being stored. A simple way to conceptualize a chunk list would be an ArrayList (dynamic array) of
ArrayLists. The main list would contain the "chunks", or ArrayLists that are not allowed to be filled past a specific capacity.
Using concurrency, we can run each chunk on a separate thread
when doing tasks such as searching or removing.
PTDOAA is a truck driving organization which reached out to me early on during my senior year looking for a website which would integrate the posts on their facebook page on their website for organization members who did not want to create a facebook account or give out their personal information, in a sense. The website is a work in progress (Primarily on the homepage), however the facebook posts do flow in and are viewable to anyone who registers on the website. This allows users anonymity for users who still would like to keep in touch with the organization and follow up with any new events.
My junior year of high school I was offered a job position to webmaster for a local charter school which offers courses for homeschooling across elementary, middle, and high school. Since then, my work has influenced redesigning the home page, creating a dynamic course catalog using PHP, and a staff page.
I made this website during my first year as editor-in-chief for Parker High School's yearbook. I had created the site as a way for parents and students to have easier access to ordering a yearbook online, as well as being able to look into what it was like working as a member of the staff to get more students interested in joining the organization.
This website was made primarily as a test to see some of the new features of HTML5, as well as demonstrate its capabilities above Flash as it slowly died out. I used this game as an assistant teaching tool for my biology teacher when I was a sophomore, during the time that we had been learning about protein synthesis.