Application for creepercraft97T3

In-game name: 
Why are you interested in joining this server?: 
I'm interested in playing on this server because I want to meet more people like me who are good at redstone. I like building with the stuff, but without others to build with, it gets lonely. I'm very good at redstone, and there are a lot of reasons I want to join here, but most of all, I want to join so I can show builds to other redstoners like me to get better at what I'm good at and to learn from my mistakes. Especially in computers and calculators since I'm relatively new to that area of redstone.
Current Redstone knowledge: 
I know everything about redstone mechanics except some of the computational parts of it. I understand Logic Gates, I understand quasi-connectivity, I know about adders, subtractors, etc. I almost completely know how redstone works, and I am just starting to build supersized calculators and computers that can do many things, like add, subtract, etc.
Past Redstone Experience: 
I've been working with redstone for 5 years. I joined Minecraft PC in 2013 and almost immediately I realized redstone could be used to do extraordinary things, so I started subscribing to redstone experts like Mumbo Jumbo and experimenting with redstone myself. Seeing what it's limitations are, and seeing what new things it could be used for. My best contraptions were the following: 3: Flush with the ground Secret Spiral Slab Staircase. This contraption is the fastest ever made and it works by hiding under the ground until it was activated. It then used a series of piston movements to rearrange itself into a spiral slab staircase. while most take 4-6 seconds to open and 4-6 seconds to close, mine took 1.4 seconds to open and 0.8 seconds to close. I built this about 2 years ago when I was into piston doors and stairs. 2: RNG (Random Number Generator). This contraption is one where you press a button and a random number generates on the screen, hence the name. It used shulker boxes in dispensers, since dispensers have no pattern to the object slot they dispense. I used RS-NOR latch arrays to decode the signal strength to the number, and then I sent it through a series of torches that connected to paths. Those paths then attach to the screen that displays the number and voila, random number! 1: Redstone Calculator. It isn't the best calculator, heck it's not very good among people who have been using redstone for a while, but its the best I've built yet. I still have it on a server and can add or multiply 2 numbers ranging from 1-3. the numbers, once their button is clicked, goes through a t-flip-flop so the button acts as a lever (useful because I had to have a reset button). After that, it either used a series of XOR gates to add or multiply the numbers in binary form. After that, the numbers were decoded using a 4-bit decoder and then were sent along lines of redstone pretty long (i used 0-ticked pistons so the line wouldn't delay anything). Those lines connected to the screen where the number is displayed and you got yourself an operational calculator!
About how often do you play Minecraft?: 
1-5 hours per day
Anything else you'd like to mention? (Optional): 
I'm also good with commands, but redstone is still my strongest strength. With command blocks, the possibilities of redstone could grow to a near-unbounded number of ideas that haven't even been imagined yet. That's why I got into commands.
Application status: 
What kind of creations would you like to build on this server?: 
Since I'm new to the computational part of redstone, I would like to try to build redstone calculators and computers, each more sophisticated and advanced than the last. I also literally just realized a few hours ago that redstone could be used to make a low-end Artificial Intelligence, and I already have an idea of how to make one in my head. I would love to be on this server and I thank you in advance for considering my application.