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I'm Sam

Student, developer, and maker of things.

Learning, building, and striving to create impact.

About me

👋 Hey there! I am a student with a passion for programming, learning, and creating. My coding journey began in grade 4, with Scratch. Since then, I have acquired many new skills and opportunities. Now, I have various projects ranging from tile-based games, to robotic arms, and to hosting in-person events. I always seek new learning opportunities and challenges to push my comfort zone.

The web offers great opportunities for me to learn, create, and share what I love. This website was built from scratch using SvelteKit and libraries, not website generators or builders and is open source. Making a website has been a great learning experience. Thanks for stopping by! Continue scrolling to see more of what I do.

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These are things that I am working on, contributing to, or stuff that I have done in the past.

Interested in something you see? Questions? Let's connect!

Featured Projects

AngelHacks Toronto


On May 27, 2023, 50 teenagers across Eastern Canada gathered in downtown Toronto for a coding event for students, by students. AngelHacks Toronto was a 12 hour hackathon/game-jam running alongside 2 other AngelHacks events with over 200 participants across North America. All organization for AngelHacks Toronto was done by a student team of 4, which I was a major contributor of. This event was presented by Hack Club, a global network of high school programmers and clubs.


Contributor, Workshops, Reviewer

Sprig is a tool developed by Hack Club for anyone to create tile-based games with JavaScript. It's designed to be easy to use and learn so people can quickly get started. High/middle school students who submit a game to the gallery can get a free console to run their games! I have been involved with Sprig early after release. I have contributed to the codebase and currently is a reviewer for game submissions to the gallery. I have written and hosted workshops relating to Sprig to spread my knowledge.


Here are some programming languages, tools, workflows and frameworks that I know and use!

This list will expand as I explore more technologies and learn new things.

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