@jzaleta6When I learned about hackathons I wanted to participate on MIT's Blueprint last year but registration was close, and now that I know more coding things and the event it's open again I'll try to join! It's going to be a very cool event where I hope I'll make something awesome and learn a lot! Today I also organized more of my coding things as well.
@jzaleta6So, it looks like my internet provider blocked all the sites and pages that are host on Vercel, so I can't access any of Hack Club's materials at home, so to bypass this, I used Titanium Network, so today there's no coding progress, I just finally upload my new and improved CSS to my scrapbook, here's an image of it on the Scrapbook Customizer, because it doesn't load completely on titanium.
@carrot0I'm now at the "where's waldo" stage of PCB design
@jzaleta6Today there have been a lot of things to do so it's been a busy day, I finished my new css file for my scrapbook, although I still have to submit it through a Gist to my GitHub, and finally I can talk about my side project I've been mentioning since some time ago, so here's the thing:
Since I was a kid, I've always been interested in Science and learning about everything I can, and my dad who always supported in that, used to send me a email everytime he could, including a science article, recently, I managed to recover my emails and hundreds of images from those articles, so for my project I will be making a website to host info about it and share it, in order to document a guide with this knowledge I got and helped me to keep on learning!
@bejolithic0The data is extracted from the 12th International Geomagnetic Reference Field (IGRF),
a mathematical model that can predict magnetic inclination up to the year 2020.
A custom algorithm maps the data into spherical isolines and sends the paths to a
mechanical pen plotter.@ian0Today I made Qoogle (Quicker google), which is a chrome extension that adds keybinds for navigating google search. You can use keys 1-9 to select results, and W/S to go up/down on the page. github.com/YodaLightsabr/qoogle
@EdwardJung-U02Q0FNJQQ70my first app with the django framework!! after a month of reading thousands of docs and binge watching tutorials, I finally deployed using aws about a week ago! volunshare.org
VolunShare is an app that allows any volunteer to log and get their hours verified! Still in beta but VolunShare passed the 20 users mark yesterday⚡. Feel free to give me feedback I'll be on the hacking grind after finals 🙂
@caleb0This modal was written in JSX.
No big deal, right? I mean, everyone and their cousin uses JSX and React.
But what about JSX without React?
Yep, I hacked together a tiny React.createElement polyfill that lets elements like this be used as simply as document.body.appendChild(<div>HELLO WORLD!</div>). I didn't even have to use Babel (esbuild ftw) :cooll-thumbs:
I didn't publish this as its own package (mostly because I'm sure someone else already has), but the majority of the code is in this file if you want to check it out 👀@EliFront-U02QA6C6Z2Q0First scrapbook post. This is where I’m starting.
@jzaleta6Today I worked again on translating the next Hack Club workshop, started setting up again a CSS customization for my scrapbook and check a bit of React and Next.js which I will be learning in order to use them on my projects! Also started considering Vercel as a deploy choice to some of my projects as an addition to Netlify, which I will be also using with some of them later on.
@ian0github.com/YodaLightsabr/2Password Used Node.js to make a password manager with aes-256, a secret key, master password, and hashing. It’s probably not at all secure in the real world, but it was cool to try cryptography.
@ZaynB0I love how the random 🤷 i put in my commit msg (because I wanted to) was actually rendered in GitHub. Who knew!
@philipstudentemail0Me and @blakedfreeman went to Code Crew another nonprofit with a similar mission to Memphis Hackclub and we were very happy to meet other local coders and the amazing team behind the organization. And they were happy to meet us too!!!@sampoder0I found XSS on our school’s LMS, Firefly, now I know what our Hack Club is doing next term: “Hacking” Firefly
@caleb0made a cool thing with Alpine.js! :js:@ian0Making a polite programming language, that you can talk to just like a human
@jzaleta6So today I finished setting up my GitHub profile, yesterday I started working on a redesign on it, and today it's done. I used a code block with Python Syntax Highlighting for my Introduction and About Me, I added badges that redirect to both my scrapbook and my polywork, change my visits counter color to red which I like more because it's my favorite color, while writing this, my GitHub profile exceeded a lot of total views and it's growing! I also organized more the languages I use and my tools! For tomorrow I hope to work on more awesome things and maybe in my projects in development!!!
@ian0Finally learning rust! Just wrote a hello world
@jzaleta6Today I decided to make some changes to my Github Readme now that I know more things about coding, for this, I'm going to be using a code block for my introduction! Although, today there's no other coding progress, because I'm checking some things and details with my side projects before making them public and hosting the repos.
@jzaleta6Today I worked a bit on my polywork setup, I'm going to be adding some things I've been working on in there!
@ArcadeWise0HELLO I AM BACK WITH A 🚢 ITS COOL YALL WANNA SEE???
Introducing: Dialect! A programming language for people who want to not actually write functional :haskell: code but wanna feel like it. Wanna install the compiler? Run 💻 npm i -g dialect-lang and you can use dialup, the dialect compiler! OR visit raleighwi.se/dialect and run it in your browser :chrome:! You can write webapps with it, or just write code. It compiles down to :js: and I've built a basic stdlib. Feel free to ask questions on how to use it here :) Oh and also here's the source: github.com/l3gacyb3ta/dialect
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D80Got quite a bit done today! Messed around with some server stuff, tried installing arch for the 3rd time (aaaaaaa), and accidentally did a 30 second long deauth attack on my school wifi. Generally just exploring the endless rabbithole of networking. Also setting up a self-hosted vpn to get past my school's annoying ass firewall or whatever so that I can access slack in class. Not much programming, just messing around with tech stuff. Read up on kalman filters too
@jzaleta6Wahoo! Today I finally submitted my first contribution to Hack Club! My workshop translation pull request got merged! This is an amazing progress because this is my first pull request ever! Looking forward to make more contributions as time passes and I learn more things!!!
@taylorleehackclub0whipped up a holiday gift for my mom last night! designed the ticket inspired by fiddle leaf fig trees since that's my mom's favorite plant :))
@jzaleta6Today I continued working on the Hack Club workshops translation and learned more about design while using Figma again for a club's friend Birthday! In other things, sadly my freeCodeCamp streak got reset, but the important thing is that I'm learning a lot of new things! Tomorrow I'll have more updates on my projects I'm working on!
Just look at how you can use template tags to reference styled-components within each other... how does it even do that? unique classnames maybe?