This is the very first blog post I make to Devdude.me
The purpose of this website is to show off my work in a more personal manner than Uzusoft.com. On this site, you'll be able to see everything I've worked on or am currently working on.
My name is Youssef Moawad and I was born in 1997. Throughout my childhood and early adolescence, I have grown to love everything to do with programming, computer science and physics.
I am also a massive fan of everything Star Wars, Star Trek and World of Warcraft. You can read more about this right here in the More About Me page.
I am currently studying at the University of Glasgow majoring in Computing Science and Physics. At the time of writing, I am in my second year.
You can read all about my previous academia here.
I am currently developing an app called The Standard Model, which lets users manipulate and learn about fundamental particles and their interactions. The app can also draw Feynman Diagrams for the user. It is currently in a beta version, with most of the main functionality up.
The Standard Model will let users create their own particles, giving them properties in the form of quantum numbers or they can compose new particles out of already existing ones. The idea is that after the user creates their hypothesised particle, they can use it in interaction checks and to draw Feynman Diagrams.
Here are some early screenshots of the beta version of The Standard Model:
At the moment, the blog system does not allow for comments through social media. This is my next goal for this website.
UPDATE (12/09/2017): This has now been implemented. You should be able to comment on blog posts and on projects through your Facebook account. Why don't you give it a shot and leave a comment now? :D
Thank you for taking the time to read this. I hope you're having a lovely day and I hope to see you back here soon for more blog posts in the future!
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