Just installed Pop!_Os on my laptop. It was really a hustle, after having to factory reset my laptop and spend about 5 hours trying to figure out how to install linux. The felling of getting to that desktop is so good, I don't have words for it. And also thanks @luke, @muirrum, and @jubriloye2016 for giving me some tips on how to do this.
Working on a presentation to teach people how to make a project with python and turtle! #turtlesquad
No words. Totally didn't expect that to happen
Going to make some improvements to the million stats bot
CTF was a fun experience. What an amazing first hackathon? (not really sure if it was a hackathon). Learned so much stuff about hacking and IT that I don't know I would learn without the CTF. Almost had a heart attack when @steggy suddenly passed my team (Cyber Pandas | @adrianlobo, @sswikerdiddell, @isacisboss718, @yashkarthik95) by submitting several solutions in less than a minute. Thanks to everyone who made this event possible @hkatzdev, @jasonaa, @mukul-a, @alice, and other organizers I didn't ping!!
Watching the SpaceX astronauts returning to Earth!
A banner ad i've been working on recently
Registered for my first hackathon!!!
Building a personal website and learning HTML & CSS on the way!
Learning how to built a website!!!
Might register for HackMIT
Grinding my typing speed!
I've been trying to switch to :vim: for the past couple days and unfortunately I screwed up when installing plugins, so I had to delete everything in the directory that Neovim was and start setting it up all from scratch. And after many days of struggle I finally finished setting it up, so I can finally code again. It wouldn't be possible to start from scratch again without many members of the community, such as @ced, @luke, @swlittle7, and many others.
I'm learning how to build a webscraper using python
Press the button. Get a pizza
Learning how to use :vim:
Have been working on this project for the past few days. In #projectideas @rohan.geo.2001 posted the idea of making a text detection program that would be able to "read" doctor prescriptions (those are pretty hard to read 😅), so me and R.G decided to collab. We started learning how to detect texts from images (called offline text detection), and then "upgrade" the code to receive input from the webcam instead of images (called online text detection). I just reached that point. The next steps are turning the project into artificial intelligence so it can be trained to read doctors' hand writings. If you want to be take part in this project or give us a hand, feel free to DM me.
Wrote a program that detects texts in images. Used python, opencv, and pytesseract.