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Was going through my downloads folder diging up my downloaded stuff for my Nilla project for #cider and came across this pic i took landing in SF for The Summit, remembering the good times I had with other Hackclubbers
Demo video of my JARVIS project 👇 I made an AI voice assistant on a hat run on a Raspberry Pi with a camera, microphone, earphones, button, and a battery pack. It can see in front of you, search the internet for up-to-date information, and answer any questions you may have! (code is messy, working on refactoring it and adding more features)
Iove this new edition of the HC logo lol
Day 70 of #100-days-in-public. New day, new video!
Finished this amazing book!
another silly little Sprig side project - nowhere near performant enough to be playable yet, but at least cool enough to show off! (h/t @MasonMeirs-U03V4686P9N for the idea, game, compiler knowledge and moral support)
Registered for my first AMA tomorrow!
During the last couple days, I've been working on creating a multi-platform PDF markup app! It will be similar to notability and goodnotes. However, the good part is that the plan is to have this be multi-platform! I'm doing this to solve an issue that I've had in the past -- marking up PDFs between different platforms. Also, I am learning Blazor MAUI as I go!
Day 2 in Boston! We hosted our Day of Service today (check out #boston-days-of-service for updates!) and I spent some time chatting with the one and only Jenisa Diaz :D
day 3 of #10-days-in-public for SDEP(id), realized that this is actually really hard, harder than i thought. I mean come'on, i'm practically doing a billion-dollar industry at home 😭. I'll manage to do it tho, i mean, it's my goal for #10-days-in-public. Decided to go with python cuz why not?
Day 3 of #10-days-in-public. Today I was going to try to make a minimum viable board using the RP2040 but realized there is a large learning curve I need to overcome before I am ready to design. Due to that I spent most of my time on the project today reading the technical docs trying to gain a better understanding of the chip. I did however, refamiliarise myself with Easy EDA and created a starting document with one RP2040 chip in it.
for #10-days-in-public I’m making some tutorials around making a PCB. Before I’ve made a video about a specific part of the process but now I’m going to make a video about the process end-to-end, from idea to finally ordering a usb-a to usb-c converter
mining some rubies for #10-days-in-public, this is a pretty cool tutorial. feel like I understand like 3/4 of what I'm doing which could be worse?
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public Starting off by Uploading all of my code to GitHub before start coding (Here if you want to visit.) And next by renovating from the messy one to the clean one by using JavaScript to hide all of the story and make a toggle if you want to read it. And then start to doing on navigation and it's pretty good so far (even it doesn't have any much link.) and finally moving some button to Collective and now here it is, and maybe some update after that but that's it for summary on day 1. If you to check all of the progress you can check on the GitHub. See you on day 2.
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Day 1 of #10-days-in-public: Today, I resumed my learning on Comptia network plus currently I am on lesson 2 which is about deploying Ethernet cabling and also I have created my first draft of my article where I will be sharing what I have learnt on the lessons I will be learning. See ya! :)
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public Created the repo of my OS! Tommorrow I will learn how to create a navbar with react!
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public I started with building the landing page and learning the Descope for user management. Running into so many errors since setup, debugging one by one
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public Today I designed a new page for my image synchronization stuff in Figma and discovered that my Oauth stuff is incredibly broken somehow. Apart from that I also diagnosed my mums broken laptop and discovered that only the screen seems to be broken and it talks to a monitor fine
day 1 of #10-days-in-public too! I'm currently making some stuff related to facial recognition on my school to ensure that everyone that submits a form actually is a person! we've got some hackers @ my school lol
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public! I started my website (micro-lessons). I prepared a Figma file and I also did the basic HTML and css (linking of files, nav-bar, and some text).
day 1 of #10-days-in-public. i got my wisdom teeth removed so i couldn't really design anything. mostly was researching and looking at datasheets for hall effect switches and how to sense analog input from them
Starting #10-days-in-public!!! :10daysinpublic: Started the training process with Wiki103 dataset, time to do the most fun part of any ML project... waiting ☹️. Hopefully this finishes up before day 2 haha
Worked on doc comments for mrl aujourd'hui
Day 1 for #10-days-in-public, progress to date + started Lesson 9 for my Ham Radio Extra exam studying!
Day 1 of #10-days-in-public! I added a notes app and notes window to my personal OS!
[test] 60mb video file (original was 1GB)
TecHacks Season 4
was cleaning the room and Orpheus popped out @Vidhaaaaa’s too
Finished support for paging in my own x64 operating system (DexprOS)! Now it's able to setup both 4-level and 5-level page maps. The paging chapter of Kognise's 'Putting the You in CPU' article helped me comprehend this topic incredibly.
sprig came today! huge props and thanks to the team who made this possible
2 week project to try to make Manjaro for nixOS (idea from @zrl)
first scrapbook post! thanks so much @zrl for sending out these stickers. Planning on replacing my thinkpad, so application will have to wait
Did a lot more Hack the Sound prep with @Aram :)
ui sketch :)
Made some more progress on my Flipper Zero Communication app. This includes a new frequency selector + a public message board My next step is to do a minor refactor internally (move all my Enums to a separate file) and then implement settings and country based frequencies #100-days Go Gord!!!
Here’s my 100 days shopping list! :saluting_face: I couldn’t find sticky notes 😭
🎏 I drew the flag for #flag-referendum! Featuring: pirate Orpheus, doing a salute pose, pointing ahead. I thought about doing it when @KaraMassie asked me whether I was entering or not. I thought about it, then went to the #flag-referendum channel to look around. There, I saw @KrishnaBansal-U03CBNJUWJG’s pirate Orph and immediately got inspired. What if Orph was wearing a pirate hat?? 🏴‍☠️ It was a fantastic idea. Scrolling further up, I saw @LiterallyEverything-U04LNE9HEFK’s saluting Orph - the pose added so much personality to the character. (And, one of my personal design/art principles: ✨ personality ✨ - not always in the literal "character trait" sense, but something that brings life into the art.) Scrolling further up, I saw @JamesXiao-U04EQJ4RRHA's logo - which is genuinely just a well designed logo. It fits both the tech and boat vibes - so why not replace the traditional pirate skull on the pirate hat with it? I've honestly just taken in a lot of inspiration from everyone who has submitted a flag, even if it's not as obvious as the ones I've listed above. As @cwalker says, it was truely a community effort and couldn't have been made without the rest of y'all. So thank you all!! I hope you enjoy the flag as much as I had fun drawing it :yay:
shopping list! hopefully I can control myself from adding too much more big stuff
finished working on dark mode for cpu land was easier than i thought
hi! i’ve been a bit inactive in this slack but i’m officially back! just wanted to share a couple things i’ve been working on: marrow, markright, and the star of the show, arson! arson :fireball: is a programming language, around, well, ARSON! what else. (excuse the bad inside joke.)👇 here’s a demo of me writing a sudoku puzzle solver in arson with marrow, a text editor i’ve been working on using this amazing guide on writing one in c that i’ve been expanding upon! because i want my own vim alternative but mostly for funsies and to learn c. another things: markright! some people might know that i wrote my own markdown parser a while ago along with a web ui. the web ui has been improved and looks a lot better! (although i have a couple issues to fix in chrome). comes w/ google oauth (i kind of skimped on adding extra auth options) and a recursive filesystem. demo also below 👇 extra things i did or am working on icyi at www.jianminchen.com/article/general/2023-06-04! going forward planning to work on more hc-centric stuff!
Got the SineRider posters!!! Thank you so much @zrl !!! Really happy to be a part of this community!
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finally got this #hardware-party I LOVE THE STICKERS