@ian0I finally learned npm link, how to make exports like module/export, and making cli tools with package.json’s bin
@J_cordz7+Today I joined Vitalik Buterin's AMA! It was an amazing event where I got to learn more about him, about Ethereum :ethereum: and had a great time with friends, Hack Club's events always amaze me, been part of this community is fantastic and I look forward for future things! :hack_club::quad_parrot:
@J_cordz7+On one of my previous scrapbook posts I mentioned that I'm going on a trip, and it's today!
This is because my remote classes ended and I have to got back to high school on real life!
So I will be traveling all day to go back to the city, I'll spend the day reading some interesting books and try to code for a bit!
And here's a Hooray Squid! :hooray-squid:
@J_cordz7+Today I worked on a small game design thanks to @ced who gave me some useful game development tips and also I started setting up my new linux install with Endeavor OS next to my current Pop_OS install!
@Ishan0Hosted a Deck Of Cards CLI workshop for HC today!
@lachlanjc0Listened to some :applemusic: good music :applemusic: this year
@ArcadeWise4HELLO 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
@J_cordz7+Today I managed to keep my freeCodeCamp Streak while making big progress on the HTML part of the web dev course, and also, as part of my contributions to Hack Club I'm helping with the workshops translation in Spanish that will be super useful to make the CS materials more accessible to more people, which will help to expand more things of Hack Club into Latin America!
@J_cordz7+My path of learning to code has taken me quite a long way, and I'm very happy with the progress made so far, because I've been re-learning HTML and CSS, and I'm almost ready to publish my website project, but also, I'm going to start learning properly into something I wanted to do after I learned Blender, and it is Game Development! So I will be starting to learn how to work with the Unity Game-Engine and also I will document my progress here among my regular coding posts.
@clairebookworm0Quiz bowl club had an awesome turnout, which is pretty crazy :)) we’re bringing more buzzers next time!
@ZaynB0Had an AWESOME door decorating night! (Though I had literally no clue this even happened until I saw it lol)
@Ishan0Did the Ross doge stream, watched the rain, I thought it was poetic: just thinking about how this planet is so supportive of life, water just dripping from the floating water stations above. Also banged my foot on the floor. Also I pranked an Apple employee at Costco yesterday by running top in a scary green terminal also look at this log oh I also went to Trader Joe’s for the first time
@ian0Making a super hacky express templating engine. It only supports logged in/logged out ifs, and XSS-free variables.
@Andrew0I just realized, I still had an offer to get a free domain from github. So I got andrewnijmeh.codes 👀 I'm gonna use this for my new website I'm building in rust/vue.
@ian0Made a Node.js api for replacing colors in bootstrap so you don't have to compile SASS and deal with that mess
@MuhamedShibili-U02CM0Q561J0A video I made for independence day@audreyolafz0First scrap! Today completes an entire week of in-person school, and my social life is crawling out of the cave. I've been learning C in Visual Studio, which is the lowest level language I've dealt with thus far. I think I'm nailing left and right shifts << >>!!