Lee Reynolds Jr.

Lee Reynolds Jr.

Member Since January 7, 2015

Learning all that I can so that I can be a grand programmer someday. Please don't hesitate to reach out. Any help is greatly appreciated. Also, if I can help you out in any way, don't hesitate to let me know :) Happy coding :)

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  • Spoken Languages

    • English, Korean
  • Looking for work

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61 Achievements

  • Using Parcelable Data
  • Custom ListViews
  • Standard ListViews
  • Advanced Tooling
  • Testing and Debugging
  • Improving Our Code
  • Basic Android Programming
  • Creating the Screen Layout
  • Getting Started with Android
  • Event Planning
  • Build a Pomodoro App
  • Design a Better App
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Why Version Control Matters
  • IDE Exploration
  • How it Works
  • Efficiency!
  • Build and Share a Unity Game
  • Game Audio
  • Score, Enemies, and Game State
  • Pickups
  • Player Input and Cameras
  • The Unity Editor and Scene Setup
  • Introduction to Video Games
  • Installing Programs
  • Environment and Redirection
  • Console Processes
  • Console Users and Permission
  • Moving Around in the Console
  • Exploring the Java Collections Framework
  • Organizing Data
  • Getting There
  • Updating the Data Model
  • Hooking up the Model to the View
  • Building the Weather UI
  • Working with JSON
  • Concurrency and Error Handling
  • Networking
  • Exploring an API
  • Using Git for Android
  • Getting Started with Genymotion
  • Getting Started with Android Studio
  • Finishing the User Interface
  • The Model-View-Controller Pattern
  • Intents and Multiple Activities
  • User Input
  • Publishing on Google Play
  • Testing and Debugging
  • Improving Our Code
  • Coding the Fun Facts
  • Basic Android Programming
  • Delivering the MVP
  • Creating the MVP
  • Harnessing the Power of Objects
  • Meet Objects
  • Creating the Initial Screen Layout
  • Getting Started with Android
  • Perfecting the Prototype
  • Using your New Tools
  • Getting Started with Java
  • Newbie