Hello! I'm Pedro, but you can call me "Cabral". I'm a 2021.1 Computer Science student at the Federal University of Ceará. I'm also a former Wolfram Research Intern Consultant.
I love computer science, functional programming, compilers, interpreters, finite state automatons, computational complexity, and much more!
I started coding when I was 9 years old, I have been fascinated for computers and calculators since then. A desire for learning more about every software and hardware grew more and more. I've been creating amazing programs, functions, and notebooks with the Wolfram Language since 2018.
I have collaborated on two scientific articles and I've helped with two master's articles (data science, web crawling, and computer related tasks).
I have participated in many scientific olympiads (computer science, robotics, math, rockets, and satellites), I have a silver medal in the 2020 Brazilian Satellite Olympiad.
- [WSC19] Patterns in N-Body Simulations: Analysis of the Three Body Problem
- 2020 Brazilian Wild and Criminal Fires: Analysis and Visualization
- Simulating "Animal Crossing: New Horizons" Mendelian Flower Genetics
- [GiF] Reimplementation of DOOM (1993) "Fire Effect" Original Algorithm
- QuickCheck: a package for automated property-based testing
- Corrigendum: a package for robust handling of values and errors