A Website for My Coins and Class Information

I am Nicholas Bobbitt. My current major is Engineering First Year with a Computer Science intent. However, I am changing this major to a Bachelor's in Arts of History with an Education concentration. This is due to the fact that I believe that staring at computer code for the rest of my working life will become very uninteresting to me. I hope to use the fact that I am absolutely obsessed with history to my advantage in the process of getting my major.

My favorite hobby is coin collecting. I am currently attempting to assemble a set of coins containing at least one coin from every country throughout history which has released some sort of coin. So far, as far as the coin collecting website en.numista.com is able to convey, I have coins representing 152 of the 405 countries which have issued coins, and 2500 coins. The majority of my coins come from, perhaps unsuprisingly, the United States. The next 4 of the top 5 are, in descending order, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Canada, and Japan.

Coin Reddit Banner

The above image takes you to the coins subreddit, a favorite website of mine related to my coin hobby.

Link to my resume.

  1. Navigate using your favorite web browser to www.dominos.com
  2. Select "Order Online" from the options at the top of the page
  3. Select how you would like to receive your pizza
  4. Input location information to select your nearest store location
  5. Build your own pizza
  6. Leave all options as default until reaching toppings
  7. Select salami, pepperoni, and sliced italian sausage as toppings
  8. Complete your order and receive your pizza in the manner which you selected earlier
Course Expected Grade
E115 S
E122 S
CSC 216 S
CSC226 S
PY205 A
MA241 B

These coins are all from countries whose head of state was at one point or another a British monarch, and were purchased at a coin show at the Raleigh Fairgrounds. Coins of Various Countries