@BenjaminSmith0I wrote some code to bypass the TypeScript recursion limit by undoing the recursion (replacing the place where it references itself with a copy of itself) for a specified number of levels. It produces really long type definitions but it is functional. I'll try to make a webapp for it then I'll #ship it
@ZoeDroulias7+I started writing today (it’s my way of avoiding to come up with something I want to code)
@tejasag1Got my first arduino today and wrote some code to make it flash the light in morse code for whatever text the user inputs
@alpha_byte0100 Days of Code Day 2: Did some CSS, I feel so dead
@alpha_byte0Day 1 out of 100 Days of Code complete! :yay: I refreshed my html skills. CSS is next!
@aaryan0Hackin the hack club marathon! It's really fun and a really cool use of npx haha
@ella0Today I met @riley33chou and @MarinaLee in person :yay: and packed envelopes to mail swag to some people who attended citro hacks! (I've got some figma, replit, and hack club stickers left over so if you want some, DM me - I can probably mail an envelope to you!)
@sampoder1my #hack-memes submission, first person to circle all ten choo-choo-crew members and send it to me gets a letter full of stickers lol
@kayley0KWK Day 9: I fixed a huge bug in our final project code, and the app is a little bit above the MVP right now. I have some time between now and the actual demo, so I am hoping to work on it a little bit more. Other than that, I was able to finish my mini-project 2, using segues, and I am starting to miss the MacBook Air loaner! I added some timelapses because I was basically churning out Swift the entire night (and in one of them you can kind of see the sunset too).
@RebeccaWang1PYTHON CONTROLS A PLANE :screaming-cat: MY MIND IS BLOWN, AND IM ADDING IN MORE CODE NOW HEHE
@kayley0KWK Day 6: My group and I pitched our final app idea during Pitch Party today (with my hand-drawn wireframe!), and during office hours we actually were able to go over recursion, but with an earthquake scare in the middle. I was not too productive this evening, so I am waking up early tomorrow morning to finish my night hack!
@aaryan0Exploring GitHub explore 🚀 Reading quality code builds up your muscle memory, it's really fun just reading good quality code :)
@matthewvandyke080Today I have officially reached 365 days of posting to my scrapbook. I started during Summer of Making last year just as something to do, but after the summer I kept up with it to keep myself accountable. If you go back you can see all my projects and updates from them that I have done since last year such as: Students Who Code, my portfolio, myDash, BrainDUMP, esports website, running Secret Santa, and so much more! Thank you to everyone who has followed along and thanks to @sampoder and @matthew for creating scrapbook! So now that 365 is done.....whats next?
@sporeball0we continuously update the ABCO-1 assembler to improve your experience. this update includes: better macro definition code
@fayd0my code finally worked after debugging since 8 hours
@Yoda1Just made a volunteer hour tracking system and course signup website for my local hack club using Node.js and Bootstrap.
@CC0Day 5/100 Days of Code:
• Worked on Surf up hacks (using MERN stack: MongoDB, Express, React and Node) and integrating some Google apis
• Also went to some interesting talks during the hackathon
@CC0Day 4/100 Days of Code: - Started working on a cool Python project (which I should launch by the end of this week)! - Continued brainstorming ideas for Surfs Up Hacks hackathon (this weekend)
@kognise0Made a super simple tool to automate fixing up this documentation I have to take from a shittily formatted PDF and put in my Rust code, since I realized that was taking a lot of time.
@CC0Day 3/100 Days of Code:
- Continued working on responsive web design course on freeCodeCamp
- Found a team for Surfs Up Hacks hackathon (this weekend) and discussed some potential ideas
@CC0Day 2/100 Days of Code: Gatsby day! 1. Attended Gatsby conference, which had some great speakers (from Gatsby, Shopify…) and was a lot of fun 2. Worked on some updates for my personal website (dark mode, improving the blog...)
@Ishan0YOOOOOOOOOOO I JUST LAUNCHED DEVZAT ON PRODUCT HUNT! As you all know by now, it's chat but over ssh and it has Twitter updates and a slack bridge at #ssh-chat-bridge and markdown support and devbot and even chat rooms and syntax highlighting for code and tic tac toe and hangman builtin and timezone and all sorts of fun stuff! AND IT'S ALL OVER YOUR TERMINAL. Go smash that upvote button! www.producthunt.com/posts/devzat
DEVZAT IS NUMBER 3 ON PRODUCT HUNT WORLDWIDE :producthunt:
@Sarthak0Just submitted our Hack Club application! Excited and nervous to hear back!🤞
@Sarthak0Finished the Hack Club VR workshop and began building something of my own from scratch to learn some more A-Frame basics. The VR world doesn't look particularly beautiful right now, but I am going to start building a small game with this soon.
@Sarthak0Today I began porting our create-react-app based Computer Science Club website to Next.js. The other club leaders and I are also working on our applications for Hack Club and will send those in soon!
@christina6950The Charlotte Bridge, a substack which I shipped last month w some journalism friends, now has raised more than $4k on Hack Club bank, and has 1k subscribers in my small town (pop. 3,700). Huge appreciation 👏 to everyone helping me improve the landing page design @garytou2@bellesee1212@fayezmohammed23@ella
@gabruharsh2440A pic from Hack Club Asia's leaders meet for May, went butter smooth :congaparrot:
@ArcadeWise1Not very code-y, but I did a 80 lbs push press today which is a PR! (Personal Record, in CrossFit lingo) Here's what one of those looks like!
@sporeball0i think this is what the cool kids call a "bus"
@WilliamLane0I somehow have 25% code review and I have no idea how
@karolina0My problem is this:
I change my mind.
I'm always juggling millions of ideas, Pinterest boards, program ideas, homework assignments... I live in a jumble of words in my mind. I borrow personalities, words, phrases - I take inspiration to make up for the fact that I'm too burned out to create my own, too overwhelmed to assign a simple 'yes' and 'no' to what I like and don't like.
Currently, I have seven (7) personal websites, and only one is finished. They're all half made, with different fonts, ideas, colors, aesthetics; different snip-its of the people who were in my life at the time that I made it. Last night, I wondered why I was struggling so much with picking a theme for my website and sticking to it.
I want my website to represent me: to be the corner of the internet where I show what's important to me. I want it to be a visualization of my values written in code, and with that changing so often... it's hard.
I know that this feeling isn't foreign to many people my age, and I've recognized that the issue was that I was making websites to reflect who I wish I was, not who I am. It may just be a personal website, but to me, it's also a reflection of self-acceptance and understanding.
I'm back on Scrapbook to get my life together, and for Day 0 (v2), I decided to create a moodboard for my new website. An array of fonts, colors, ideas, emojis - we'll sort them out later, we'll stick to them, and we'll make our own corner of the Internet. I highly doubt that my final website will look anything like this, and that's ok. We'll get there eventually.