Last Fall, I could have a great opportunity to take a master course of Computing for Scientists at Chapman University. Professor Dressel was an awesome teacher, who was knowledgeable about different programming languages although he teaches as a physic professor. The course requires various small projects with bash, Python, Julia, Numpy, Pandas, C, and C++. Major projects were to visualize julia and mandelbrot sets on complex number plane. The final outcomes are presented on Jupyter Notebook. The plots visualize different scales of fractals, which evidently show the hidden beauty of number patterns. The following screenshots are a few examples.