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abby
@abby1
Finished my second day of Kode with Klossy! I made a GitHub repo sharing all my work/notes!
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heyrajan
@heyrajan0
:assemble: ASSEMBLE SHIP :shipitparrot: The internet is a scary place — why don’t we keep it that way? Blind Spot (BS) is a model that ONLY allows you to view fake news on the internet. On a google search, it removes all reliable sources and only shows the most extreme results. On a page itself, it is glorified & prioritized if it is fake news, and if it’s a real source, it all becomes ZACHARY LATTA THE FOURTH OUR SAVIOR :zrl: In the video, you’ll see a bunch of searches just disappear, leaving only fake news 🪄 It was super fun to push my limits with a timed 90 minute hack, and where I had my first interaction with Docker and GPT2. So happy to meet all of you, had an amazing time 💖 Huge shoutout to the entire Assemble team :blob_comfy: As always, open sourced at github.com/rajanwastaken/blind-spot
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
Learning how to properly use Git :github: at the terminal!
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kyle
@kyle7+
Did the app for Github student benefits. It greenlit my student email from my HS, but not the one from QCC, a community college.
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malted
@malted7+
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StevenConaway
@StevenConaway0
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Andrew
@Andrew0
I got 2 sponsors on my github!
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lmcelroy
@lmcelroy0
Putting together the new gallery for the Sprig puzzle-game engine! Much thanks to @belle for her work on it: sprig-gallery.hackclub.dev We're looking for help testing the system. If you build a game for the gallery we will send you a handheld console and dev-board! You can get started by following this guide or checking out the grow tab in the editor.
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malted
@malted7+
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
Today I had a good day! There's not much coding updates but I'm going back to the city 🏙️ next week. Here's another awesome space 🌌 image and a screenshot of my previous #scrapbook post because it didn't correctly load last time. For my future projects, I plan to work on my GitHub Readme again! :github: :quad_parrot:
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clayton
@clayton0
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khalby786
@khalby7867+
So I was working on Hack Club's link tree and was browsing through other Hack Club websites to make sure I got the Hack Club theming right. And I was doing this while listening to music, specifically Enemies - Imagine Dragons, when I noticed you could click on the header of Hack Club Workshops page to create cool animated blobs. Being a beginner osu! player, I decided to record it while clicking to the beats!
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HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D8
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D87
there was this thread a while ago where I made some dumb teapot 3d thing, and today I decided to make that into an even worse version where the user can experience the misery themselves hackclub.slack.com/archives/C6LHL48G2/p1655334901968019?thread_ts=1655262613.504199&cid=C6LHL48G2 I just finished this like 5 minutes ago and legitimately have not had any water all day, so I'd be shocked if it even loads without errors I'm going to vanish for a week again, so here's this: (continuing the longstanding strategy of shipping exclusively in scrapbook) edit - this relates to --> #summer-of-math-exposition henrybass.github.io/projectionmatrices
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ced
@ced0
see how the pixels on the left are uh ... yeah, like not even uniform? does that scare you? send a chill down your spine? keep you awake at night? no? well, uh, it certainly made me feel that way. I woke up at 4:43 AM yesterday morning and drew myself up out of bed. I could sense that something in the world simply ... wasn't right. It turned out to be a message from the universe: Tom Preston-Werner was testing our game engine. and the renderer was broken. :tw_grimacing: I didn't even know, but in this case, ignorance was hardly bliss. rather, it was a vague sense of discomfort. a nagging at the edge of my consciousness that drew me into HQ ... after blasting Wild Nothings into the empty early morning office for ... however long it took, I came up with this PR and ... voila! github.com/hackclub/puzzlelab/pull/2 order has been returned to the universe, and our pixels are clean and tidy ... until you find a new way to break them :tw_sweat_smile:
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caleb
@caleb0
Today I worked on a super-cool ~jank~ Bank link unfurler for Slack! (code) here's a chicken
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zrl
@zrl0
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HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D8
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D87
to be honest, my previous portfolio was utter shit. It was one of my first coding projects, and I haven't touched it since. Here's a slightly less shitty remake, that I don't need to maintain: henrybass.github.io
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linus
@linus1
:lefthand: New Ship Time :righthand: Our world is full of nasty things. Obviously, I’m talking about Keyloggers. From stealing your special numbers and oh so special search terms to making popping and mooing sounds while you type, the world is a very scary place :eye_real:. Worry no more! With Axe you can cut down those keylog(gers)! Just 1 simple click and your oh so precious search terms will be protection ~with the low price of $5 a week.~ (👉Remember: always use protection!👈). Turn on Secure Input and Turn off Secure input with a single click: too easy! You can even right click and set some amazing preferences, for ultimate security™. And, if you every get stuck, an embedded apple help book and my world class tech support is here to help: linus.link/tech-support (It’s also sandboxed, notarized, code signed, sparkle signature signed, resourceless, hardened runtimed, and updatabled for maximum security) SO: WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? Download now (and give me fake internet points ⭐️): github.com/LinusS1/Axe
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ian
@ian7+
Ever wanted to add easter eggs to your GitHub profile, or leave a fancy message for anyone inspecting your contribution graph? You can now with GitWrite! Over the past few days I wrote GitWrite with inspiration from @aiden.bai05’s GitHub profile and how he spoofed dates for commits. It’s pretty easy to use, you just have to make sure you do it in the right repository, otherwise it’ll be a lot more git commands to undo :eggsdee:. Try it out! :github: github.com/yodalightsabr/gitwrite :npm: npmjs.com/package/gitwrite-cli
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pybash
@pybash0
just shipped rrpm in #ship feeling good. here is a random code snippet form the codebase
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
Some exciting news! All of the guide content for <https://github.com/hackclub/some-assembly-required|Some Assembly Required> is in, and we are ready for some eyes on it. Some Assembly Required is an approachable introduction to assembly that Hack Clubbers and I have been working on. You don’t need to have any experience with low level systems to read it, but it assumes you’ve done a bit of programming before, as examples are written in JavaScript. I’d love to get a few volunteers who are open to reading it and giving feedback on the guide by Monday. I’d also love to know how long it took you to read through the guide, so we can add a time estimate to the introduction section. You don’t have to finish it all in one session, but just keep a timer going when you’re actually sitting down and working through it :) If you’re interested, feel free to hop into #some-assembly-required and pop a message in there. Feedback can be given on a thread in the channel. Thanks so much! 💖
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
Every new assembly language I learn works approximately the same way, but somehow every time I see code for one I haven’t used yet I get totally intimidated lmao :flushded: Today I worked on fully understanding @belle’s hello world 6502 example (which is awesome!!), and adding some clarifying comments to help people like me understand what’s going on! github.com/hackclub/some-assembly-required/pull/26/files
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
Today I learned more on how to work with VScode! :vsc: I didn't knew :thinking: it was possible to open a terminal :macintosh-stcicker: on it! I tried as well to open the neofetch command and Vim :vim: on it and my Splatter Paint 🎨 project files! Today I also worked again on details for two new Hack Club :hack-club: PR! :pr: The first one is to add Scrapbook to the GitHub :github: README and the second is my Workshop translation guide! :mexicoparrot: All of this are from ideas talked with @jessicard yesterday, thanks a lot for guiding me and reviewing my work! :yay: Lastly for today, I kept studying for my Biology Exam! 🦠 🔬
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
Today I started learning about what are GLSL Shaders thanks to a very cool art 🎨 project made with them that uses awesome :cooll-dino: math things like polar coordinates and Voronoi shapes, which I used previously with Paper.js! :javascript: All of this was thanks to @ced that mentioned this to me, besides his Shaders book recommendation: thebookofshaders.com 📕 Here's some screenshots of it! 📸 It's difficult but very interesting! I also I started to look for more themes to customize my coding setup and to change how internet websites look on my browser! 🌐 🕸️ Here's how my repositories look with a custom theme! 🎨 Although I still need to see more options and choose the best one for me. And finally, I read again a bit more of GitHub :github: CodeSpaces, and my following final exam that I'll have this next Tuesday will be Biology again! 🌱 🦠 :quad_parrot:
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
today @belle and I got commodore 64 emulators running so we could write assembly programs in 6502! we followed github.com/Esshahn/acme-assembly-vscode-template, but had to make a few tweaks to make it work. first, their application path to VICE is different than ours was - ours was /Applications/vice-x86-64-gtk3-3.6.1/x64sc.app/Contents/MacOS/x64sc second, when assembling the program, our vscode setup didn’t automatically open VICE for us. so we had to manually open the .prg in VICE after we created it
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
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belle
@belle0
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
My GitHub :github: Graduation 🎓 PR :pr: got merged!!! :merge: :quad_parrot: This means I'm going to get my custom trading card! 🎟️
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HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D8
@HenryBass-U02KEJ8T6D87
I slipped and fell on my computer, and made a shitty neural network evolution sim because I hate doing fun things I'm actually using a school project as an excuse to make this, so I've spent all of my free time over the last few days breaking and fixing this (As a slow coder, making stuff with a deadline is very stressful). Haven't shown this here much or made a repo until now because for some reason I have a random aversion to showing incomplete code It's not finished, but basically each agent has input neurons mapped to information about it's target agent, and the agent targeting it. It has a few hidden neurons, and as output it can decide to flee/flight, lock onto a different agent, and some other stuff. The agent's center color is the color it's locked onto. They reproduce, mutate, quickly go extinct, form suicide pits, eat their children, break conservation of energy, and all the cool stuff. I'll explain anything if needed (Rewrote most of it bc my own matrix lib kept breaking stuff) I've missed like a weeks worth of class stuff making what I have here lmfao Please don't read the code, it's a mess henrybass.github.io/NeuroEvolution
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
was working with @belle on some assembly required, and this funny RISC-V assembly fact came up today! some background: • RISC-V is a simple assembly language made for academic use • when you want to save numbers for later use in assembly, you save them in something called a register so here’s the funny bit. let’s say you want to store a number into a register! should be easy, right? wouldn’t it be nice if you could do something like:
# Load the number 30 into register 18
LOAD x18, 30 
well, you totally can’t!!! which confused me for awhile! but it turns out, if you use an unrelated command in a funny way, you can get the same effect.

enter the `ADD` instruction. `ADD` adds a number from *one register* to a *second register* and saves them to *third register*.
# Add the contents of register 2 to register 3 and save that into register 1
ADD x1, x2, x3
now let’s enter the `ADDI` instruction. it stands for `add immediate`, which adds a number from *one register* to a *number* you provide and saves that to a *second register*.
# Add the contents of register 2 to the number 30 and save that into register 1
ADDI x1, x2, 30
now let’s introduce our final actor, the `x0` register. this register is special - it’s a 0 constant, meant to be used whenever you need a 0. why not just use a number 0? great question - often, these commands require registers, so this register can act as 0 for us whenever we need it. for example, in the case of `ADDI`, at least one of the numbers to add has to be from a register.

now that we have all this set up, here’s what we can do.
# Add 30 to the contents of register zero, or x0, and save that into register x18
ADDI x18, zero, 30
so, to repeat that: let’s add the contents of register 0 (which is 0) to 30, and add that into register 18. 30 + 0 = 30, save that into register 18. we did it!!! 🎉 anyways, come hang out with me in #some-assembly-required, where development of some assembly required is happening!
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JinmayJhaveri
@JinmayJhaveri0
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
babby’s first C program. someone give me a trophy lmao!! 🏆 it was a breath of fresh air to go from writing this program in assembly to writing it in C. it was really cool mapping how assembly is working to how C is working, like how command line arguments are passed through to both of them the same way! check out the differences between the assembly uppercaser and the C uppercaser: github.com/hackclub/assembly/blob/main/x86-intel/uppercaser/uppercaser.asm github.com/hackclub/assembly/blob/main/c/uppercaser/uppercaser.c it would be nice to write out the strlen function myself since that’s how i’m doing it in the assembly program, but i’m just using the built in function for that for now 😇 there’s also hello world examples in each directory if your curiosity strikes you but you want smaller examples!
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dave
@dave0
Today 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:
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Karan
@Karan0
After 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.
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jessicard
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it 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! github.com/hackclub/assembly/blob/5c9fdbe1e1b5673c1434af90197f6c10dff9a7ce/x86-intel/cmdargs/cmdargs.asm
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ArcadeWise
@ArcadeWise6
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ryan
@ryan7+
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KaraMassie-U032A2PMSE9
@KaraMassie-U032A2PMSE96
First PR! 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!
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khalby786
@khalby7867+
Trying 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.
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dave
@dave0
With @J_cordz's support, my first pull request to Hack Club :hackclub-skncoe-logo: was merged!! I am so excited and I look forward to keep contributing to this amazing community. Many more PRs will come! github.com/hackclub/hackclub/pull/1772
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jessicard
@jessicard7+
got 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! github.com/hackclub/assembly/blob/main/x86-intel/x86-intel.asm
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RickBlount-U03CL1XPPGE
@RickBlount-U03CL1XPPGE1
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lmcelroy
@lmcelroy0
We've made some updates to the Gamelab Beaker Repo! We're now tracking project progress with GitHub projects and issues. If you want to stay most up to date you should follow along there. This week we got some tile-based puzzle games to run with our new game engine on the Pico. Check out the demo below!
jessicard
@jessicard7+
i’ve always wondered how my computer works, but i went straight to web dev when i started coding. so, i’ve been taking the past week to backfill my knowledge and learn how cpus and assembly language work! as i’ve been learning, i’ve been writing down my learnings, of which I just pushed to GitHub :github: it’s still very WIP but i’d love it if you could take a read and give your thoughts! i’m hoping for this to end up being the accessible guide that I wish I had, as most resources I found were quite dense and a bit over my head. hopefully this also helps answer the higher level question of “how are we able to talk to our computers anyway?” github.com/hackclub/assembly
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J_cordz
@J_cordz7+
Today I did another Hack Club :hack-club: Pull Request! :pullrequest: This time on the Scrappy :scrappy: Repository! :quad_parrot: :github: It's an update to the emojiKeyword.js file, I added more emoji keywords, useful to make new automatic posts reactions on Scrapbook! :parrotdad: I'll try to add more on this next days, beside working on other projects! 🌩️ Also today was the start of my last week :tw_spiral_calendar_pad: at High School! :backpack: After this, I will only have my final exams and classes will be over, this is a bit sad :sadge: but thanks to all of the amazing :cooll-dino: memories I have at my school, I look forward for the future, and I know I made good friends, had great teachers and had a great time. :yay:
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ella
@ella5
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