World.execute(Poem) is an anthology about the fundamentals and characteristics of programming. It gives a take on the perspective of both new and professional programmers, as well as compare the essential parts of programming to aspects of life. The anthology takes on the use of multiple literary devices such as metaphors, form, and alliterations. Literary devices are used critically to effectively transfer the emotions and meaning of programming from the author to the reader. Without it, the reader would have trouble understanding what it is like and will quickly lose interest. To most programmers, coding isn’t just math and numbers but it is also art; their way of expression and in this anthology, it will show you what it truly means to be a programmer.
Aldriech is currently a Junior in Cerritos High School. He has followed the PLTW Computer Science Course for 3 years and has developed a compassion for Computer Science since he was in middle school. In his spare time, Aldriech watches anime, programmes games, and participates in computer science related competitions. In addition to his everyday life, Aldriech also competes in the National Youth Cyber Defense Competition, a competition focused on safeguarding your average work computer. Aldriech hopes to get into UC Berkeley, so that he may follow his dream of programming in Google or possibly working in the area of Cybersecurity.
Dedicated to Richard Crow, who taught me all that I know (In programming).