@J_cordz7+Today I studied for my final physics exam that I'll have this next Friday! And yesterday I had my Chemistry test! 🧪 Also I helped a friend to fix Windows :windows-xp: and then helped him to move and install Linux :linux: with PopOS! :pop-os: :quadparrot:
@dave1Today I closed an issue for the first ever! Since my first PR :pr: to Hack Club got merged (5 days ago), I've learned a lot about contributing (this was really useful) and my understanding of Hack Club's :hackclub-skncoe-logo: codebase has grown a lot!!
There is still a long way to go, and I will keep trying my best to improve the community! Feel free to reach me out if you want to chat - I would really love to know what you guys are working on and see if I can help! :ultrafastparrot:
@sampoder1Oh, crikey! My Whack-A-Mole submission got accepted :D
@KaranMJ-U03GDAUA0C91After lot of time struggling to make ssh connection with digital ocean droplet,
successfully made GitHub action, which can ssh in to my server, pull the changes, reload the pm2 on every push to main branch.
@ArcadeWise4omg omg i love embedded systems. here’s my arduino mega and pico transmitting data over a custom protocol I designed!
@J_cordz7+Here's a collection of some local valley ⛰️ pictures I've taken recently! The reflection of the sun on the clouds ☁️ :cloud-thoughts-head-full: between the mountains peaks makes it look like a volcano! 🌋 A very cool moment I'm happy to have taken as a photograph! 📸
@kognise1This weekend I figured out how to make a CodeMirror 6 extension, and then made an in-editor sprite creator for the new Game Lab version we're working on!
Sprites are contained in the code as special strings, so the sprite editor is populating from and then updating the code editor's content.
@jessicard7it took me all weekend to write a program in assembly that just prints back out the command line arguments you pass into it. that’s it. LOLLLL. this is really making me appreciate how much higher-level programming languages simplify for us!
next step, doing something with those arguments.. maybe uppercasing them?
the number of written instructions is only like 60ish, but the file itself is over 300 lines because it turns out I can’t write assembly without documenting it HEAVILY, or my brain breaks!
@zrl0This weekend I learned how to use a woodshop! Starting with a piece of rough sawn lumber (a piece of wood cut using a chainsaw), I learned how to use a jointer to make the edges smooth and have a perfect 90 degree angle, then how to use a planer and various saws to clean up the edges and cut the wood into 3 equal pieces.
I recently joined the local makerspace called the Generator and have been working to get certified on their various tools to be able to use them to make things! One of my goals is to make an outdoor sign for Hack Club HQ.@clairebookworm0for the past week I’ve been pulling multiple all-nighters in a row to get this website (sota.phillipian.net) up and running for my school newspaper’s 2022 state of the academy (im digital editor)!! it’s a lot of data vis and some data analysis :) (and yes my school is wild sometimes)
@J_cordz7+First post of the day! 🎉 🥇 I'm currently making a Hack Club PR :pr: thanks to @jessicard! 👀 And as well I've been trying to get better at editing code directly from the in-browser Web Development Tools! Here's a Hack Club :hack-club: website design I did in Spanish! :mexicoparrot:
@J_cordz7+I’m going to be working on a Raycast :raycast: extension! This is going to be very useful to learn React :react: and TypeScript :typescript: ! Also here’s a cool :cooll-dino: landscape 🌆 picture of the day! 📸
@J_cordz7+Today was my final high school day!!! :parrotdad: 🏫 This have been such an amazing :cooll-dino: adventure and the best of journeys, after 3 years, I finish this stage of my life, full with many moments and experiences, with new friends and a lot of things that I learned. I say goodbye happily, knowing that I'll keep with me forever all of the moments and people that made this the BEST years ever that changed me and helped me to improve in many ways. I'm glad to say that I'll be able to see my best friends during this next years and I look forward for the future, and everything that will come next during this month, on which I have my final exams and lastly my graduation. 🎓 post, I'm sharing a picture of the evening and one of the front door of my high school!
@Andrew0:bitcoin: atm at a local convenience store :)
@avi0ooh this has been my first scrapbook in a while
I've been coding a polymer simulation in Python based on what i'm learning about how polymers form :)
It's pretty cool!!
Taking a break from my cat bot to get some more basic js skills, and using our workshops for this. Looking at the first workshop (make your personal website), I felt our list of example sites could use an update, so I added a couple. I encourage HCers with sites to add more!
@rithul7+Today I realised how much I love coding, especially after a burnout a couple of days ago, a good coding session with good music has made me realise what kept me going every single day, and now I cant stop ;-;
@23benjaminc0I always put my articles in overleaf to feel like I'm a professional scholar
@ian0you can now deploy conflict to vercel! :conflict::vercel:
only issue is that you just get this generic debug response
@khalby7860Trying out Rust for the first time! After a few days of struggling with move-before-use situations and just Rust in general, I managed to have a triangle move around my screen when arrow keys are pressed. I have possibly written really bad code, but I'm just happy I managed to give a triangle wings. Would love it if y'all could give me feedback on my messy code: gist.github.com/khalby786/c4211667fd399a96ba39c0d3a1eb377b.
@J_cordz7+Today I help to review a Hack Club :hack-club: Pull Request :pr: regarding some help at a workshop translation! Here's also some pictures that I have taken throughout the day. 📸
@jessicard7got my first x86 assembly program compiling after some xcode drama! woohoo!
x86 assembly language is just a particular assembly language that works with some types of processors.
there’s 2 different syntaxes for x86 assembly, intel and at&t. i’m starting with the intel syntax.
i followed a guide to compiling a simple “hello world” program, so i’m not sure how this code is working yet (it looks so much different than the risc-v i was doing before). today i’m dissecting how it all works. it’s wild to me that two different assembly languages can feel so different!
@J_cordz7+I'm currently working on a Nucleic Acids 🧬 presentation for my Chemistry IV Class! :yay: 🧪 I was listening to some cool :cooll-dino: music playlists as well! 🎵 Here's two of the project slides! 📚
@ian0My Discord bot framework :conflict: will soon support deploying bots to :vercel: Vercel!
@ryan3i participated in my first hackathon (and somehow won) :yay: