@Peiprjs7+Got bored in class so I set up a VPN to my home computer. This way I can download and read manga to read ~during boring lectures~ during the break
(dang you Slack and your weird markdown)
@sampoder0caches! in #caches, we created the art for the boxes that we’ll be using as caches. For a bit of fun we included a small easter egg that uses the cipher wheel! It was also interesting learning about PURL from @reesericci. here’s the Figma file we’re using: www.figma.com/file/gTQBOkFdXCQUeL2yQhmuki/the-cache.
The next step for us is getting these laser cut / engraved! And then ship them around the world...
@ZeroQL0#w-of-the-day day 66
Organic chemistry just got 10 times harder, but I still somehow have it wrapped around my head
Hopefully it stays the same the entire year, Aiming be the valedictorian this year :prayge:
@cytronicoder0I'm reading a research paper on GPT detection models! :stonks:
So, turns out that the Hugging Face model I was using for my website in the Scrapbook post on March 1st was using zero-shot detection, where a pre-trained generative model is used to output from itself or similar models via probabilities assigned by the model to strings of text. I also looked at RoBERTa, although I need to figure out how that works tomorrow :thonkage:
@cytronicoder0I got access to Meta AI's LLaMA language model! :llamaboy:
If anyone want to help me in downloading, testing, and doing some research into its different capabilities, hit me up and I will share the model weights to you! 💪
@Arpan0Just wrote an article on Hashnode about my WHW debugging journey.
@kyle0Day 9 whw: kayak almost done. Wood has holes drilled. Seat has been cut out.
@Shreeya0Day #1 of Winter Hardware!
We have started to print the outer box for our project!
Super excited to complete it soon.
@brianna0:winter-hardware-wonderland: whw day 3!
today @CheriseMagtoto-U04J2PFHKPF and I 3d printed more parts for our mechanism and created some realistic eyeballs!! we’re going to try to make them even more realistic later to add to the feel 👀
@aaryan0Today, I’m starting with PHP! Reading “PHP The Right Way”, and thoroughly enjoying it. But yeah it was amazing working with Go and GRPC previous week.
The rate of learning at Z is super fast, but I’m not complaining, it’s actually a lot of growth in a short time.
@ian0I haven’t shipped something in a while, but I was looking at the Stickermule deal for pins. Stickermule deals only last for a certain period of time, but there are also other deals with a special URL that persist beyond a few days. Then I wondered if I could get a database of every Stickermule deal for easy access next time I need to order something. It turns out it’s as easy as scraping stickermule.com/deals.
I present stickermule.vercel.app, an API for getting the current and previous Stickermule deals. It provides the name, URL, and the product. I made it with Node, Vercel serverless functions, cheerio, and Supabase. Every time it finds a new deal, it’ll add it to the database. After a few weeks it should have a fair amount of deals.
Source code on
@luanderfarias0Writing a proposal of community updates to @adrianoapj in hackclub brasil. now that i'm part of this community i hope he is patient, cause in gonna do so much things he is gonna be tired.