It's Arts Week next week at school and it'll be a lot different to normal :(
This week's theme, however, is collaboration. So I wanted to create a platform that let students share their artwork and take inspiration from other's artworks! Meet the Collaboration Hub: collab-hub.vercel.app!
It's going to be used next week for people to share their art, and for people to take a look at their art! People can "remix" art which is when they build on top of another person's art work or take inspiration from some art :))
built with next.js and geist-ui again lol... this was my first site using props (i actually built the above one after this but the Arts teachers took a while ahahahaha). also heavily inspired by scrapbookSetting up my new home office - and taking good care of the Hack Club white board! From trying out the servo motor I got for SOM :)Went hiking in and around Bend, Oregon today! Staying there for a few days :D
(long-exposure photos taken with Spectre)Playing around with this 3D character making program...it's them, but three dimensional.I made another @rishi emoji!
The lineup: 🍚 :ricey: 🎑 🍙 🍘 🌾 :ricey2:Incredible storm on the lake today ⛈️zoom meeting for a ctf coming up 👀Learning how to create a basic kernel in Rust for funMy package with the most stuff i need for the hardware party is arrived. Thx @sampoder. And yes i will share it in the scrapbook lolPutting together a UI/UX course for an organization 🎨 :meow-party:Got my project list approved!Went to this place today!! 😍 😍Haven’t been playing around with sift in the past couple days and felt rusty, so I made a super quick magic 8 ball app just for fun. Also rip my streak :pensivecowboy:My sister got 100 of these and she's gonna turn them into a centipedei remember this feeling so wellI'm continuing to learn SQL on KhanAcademy:)Quite literally making music in notepad...being able to say that amuses me.Found a rattlesnake during a hike. sorry for bad resolutiondrafting out my project for the weeks ahead! :ultrafastparrot: Hello everyone!! I have spent this summer so far learning. I’ve played around with more advanced web dev concepts, tried my hand at python, but today I’m super excited to start my new journey - learning Swift w/ xcode. This summer, I want to build an app, and I’m going to use scrapbook to follow my app dev/learning journey. Today, I set up my dev environment and played around with the storyboard and View Controller. Today I worked a little bit on the nixie clock firmware!
I added the thermometer mode (as the DS3231 as a temperature sensor), the handling of the mode button to cycle through the different modes, the cathode poisoning prevention algorithm and I changed a little bit how modes are registered to fix a bug in the cycle mode algorithm as
std::map orders alphabetically with string keys so I replaced it with a
std::vector so I can keep the original order.
The code below is the code of the thermometer mode, there's two display modes (if there's more than 4 nixie tubes) which just defines if the comma is on the same nixie tube as the last integer digit of the temperature.
My grade. Inspired by @sampoderwanted to flex my pretty default screen today:) it updates daily lolredesigned my website katmh.com ✨ :js:Produced an AMA today with the Hack Club team and super host @rishidid some reading on data processing n all thatGithub Actions are my new favorite thingUpdated the theme of my blogfinding members to join my new channel on slack(Hack Club)trying out react for the first time actually by following this intro doc: reactjs.org/tutorial/tutorial.html also i can now develop apps locally, big big thank you to tom preston warner!!!Yeah🤟 eagerly waiting for delivery of my pack! Thanks @sampoder @roshan #som-hardwareI'm so happy that people are taking my stupid wacky off-the-cuff written copy seriously enough to post it here ^_^Baby ship: You can now post messages with newlines using the Ship CLI. 🚀
Hey there from another line! 👋Today, I couldn't do much except homework😐 The good news is, my hardware grant package got shipped today, very exciting😄Just scored a $50 bug bounty from ATT (CSRF vuln in mobile signup)I made some updates to my app today - I changed the database I use to a more complete one, and hope to push the update and publish it on the apple store soon!Outlining what has to be done for the first foobar challenge :)first time seeing birds at the bird feeder i set up a week agoTrying to setup a theme for my jekyll site.Here's a picture of me getting baited from ScrappyI’m planning to take a heavy course load next semester, so wrote up a study schedule to preview a couple classes this summer while I still have some time on my hands:Cleaned up and redid my Notion page today!Nixie Clock Update!
Today I added a lot of things to my mode system: timeout handling so it can timeouts a mode after an amount of seconds without any interaction to go back to the default mode which has cathode poisoning prevention (it avoids accidentally staying on a mode which doesn't have this), auto reset of the nixie array each update, initialization system for optimization, etc.
I also added the date mode! Which was quite difficult as I had to add two new configuration entries:
date_full_year which determines if the year is fully displayed or only the two last digits and
date_format which is the date format like YMD, MDY and DMY as default. The difficulty was figuring out how to display that correctly in the correct order with 4, 6, 8 or more nixie tubes!
I had the idea to put the date in a 8-bit unsigned int array in the format
dd MM YYYY then I have another array which contains the indexes of the first array in an order which depends of the date format! It allowed me to make the display algorithm simple and understandable!
If anyone interested, here's the commit: github.com/LambdAurora/nixie_clock/commit/c37c5d1f649f646f165d2cd6f450de5699b74d43today i participated in hack club's contest and was disqualified for sharing public solutions. Here's a screenshot of my progress of appealing the decision.Omg for a second I thought I broke my streak. Some person used Tor to access next year site.Got the very basics of an SSH app I’m working onFirst successful Heroku build and deploy.I won?
The WAD Luke sent me is uhhh... funI went on a walk and the sunset was AMAZING
this was from yesterday but i still wanted to share 🥺🥺 also this is my last non school night :( school starts on wed tried out memory league today!The past 3 days, I’ve been in New Haven, CT to move out of New Haven HQ & move @matthew & somewhat @msw out of their apartment. I am the most exhausted I’ve been at least all of 2020 after moving, packing, cleaning, transporting, loading etc thousands of pounds of stuff. We shipped maybe 25 boxes all 25-60 pounds at FedEx ($1220) & spectacularly loaded Matthew’s car. Massive shoutout to Matthew & Max for all pouring it on, we are all sweaty & exhausted but now driving to my house. (& don’t worry, Matthew was wearing a mask all the time except when I took a picture)Worked on infrastructure today, my most visible ship was a refreshed website footer. Made fish tacos with the team.Sneek peek of my upcoming game!in a zoom AMA with Dylan Field and the hack club crew!messin around w some calligraphyyy 🖋️ When you're too lazy to fix the bug... :verylazy: :glitched:Going home. I saw some chainsaw statues.Switched my default shell to zsh today! I installed oh my zsh, powerlevel10k and a syntax highlighting plugin, what else would you recommend I do? Also thanks @matthewgleich for the help with moving my PATH over from bashGood news! Our first Hack Club meet was a success. Now we are ready to get going 🚀😃
Bad News: I lost my Scrapbook streak by one day 😶fakemon adder now includes a file so you can add a custom move as well!Working on Students Who Code website again. Redesigned the Featured Projects area, because I did not like the first version. The middle box text still requires some workwhen you’re debugging something and you just want it to be overDecided to make a full shift on Linux. I'm done with Windows 🤯. Anyone tried POP OS? Leave a review 🙂Recursion and DP problems trying to figure out how to get mastery in them 😶i started learning how (and when) to use redis in my apps!Just made it home after driving all day! Also last night I wrote a bot that posts this image from Russian Doll (2019) to #thursday every Thursday at 8am ETWhat to do when it gets hot.Clicked the beauty of sunset. Decided to write out something on it 🙂Learning to build better thingsLearning more about stats in behavioral science for my cc classFixed pagination on my site (and sent the patch to the upstream theme)Nugget detection? Works. Imgur upload? Works. Deepfryer? WORKS. I can finally take a break now.Bunch of stuff for Father’s Day! changed an old website i made into one about beowulf for my summer reading project. the only problem is i haven't actually started reading the book lmaoLooks like everybody is doing it so... here it is... looks weird 👀 but hey it's very much like what I did in my graduation :fb-laugh:watched some Avatar with my sisterKombucha, summer, sunset. I killed my first spider today, even though I'm deathly scared of them. Kinda proud of myself, regardless that the spider was about the size of a blunt pencil lead. I don't have a pic, so here's a cat picture off the internet.New big sur icons for MacOS 16Since I can light up my 2 nixies I can't turn them off as I spend too much time admiring their beauty.
But the code doesn't handle 2 nixies so I added something so every 10 seconds it switch between displaying minutes and hour. Why only 2? because it's the size of the prototype and wiring 22 wires is already hard enough.
Will soon start on designing the PCB and hopefully get it very soon to start soldering everything and bring it to life!
Note: the entire clock is powered only from USB-C and that's cool af honestly, and soon I'll see my grandfather who worked with nixie tubes in the 70' so I can't wait to show him! :)Spoke at a board of education meeting regarding SRO’s in schools and our 2020-2021 budgetCoded w @dinaelhanan and some #orpheus-legion members; added shadows and padding to my website; practiced CSSAnd here we are going great till now..
#Summer with jumakerspace
Python day 3
Arduino day 3
www.instagram.com/jumakerspaceMade a pull request with a hot patch for @luke :)
On a more serious note more learning about CORS, this time with the window opener object. Also some un / poorly documented slack blocks and apis - the usual.Styled my CSS - using the inspect button and the app colorslurp for the first time! TIL at my lab meeting that someone is trying to make a model that “integrates components which writes, executes, and assess code to perform a randomly determined search over the semantic space of possible programs.” This could be a possible game changer in code 🤔Went mountain biking with some of my human friends, and ended up making friends with a caterpillar!Hard time figuring out the right thing...I didn’t make progress on my Swift project today, or have a super coherent update on one project. I did dozens of small things all day, most of which no one will ever fully notice but were very productive. Every night I go for a ~5-mile walk in the darkness, after the sun sets, & I took this picture while walking home tonight in pitch darkness. Just feeling incredibly, incredibly grateful for all the amazing people in my life & how lucky I am to be living the life I am.Got accepted for the Hardware grant!Got netem working in a network namespace to test lag and packets being dropped or delivered in a different order for a multiplayer gameDesigned 49 new/revised icons for Hack Club Icons, for use on our websites & Bank. 🖊️ Almost done with a feature that lets you export your CSS to a gist!Hackily put an svg into a header so that the title logo looks kinda nicer than just textThis controller has all the powers to control your home.Teaching my lil brother Arduino from basics:parrot:Updating my driver updater and recorded the updater updater's slightly cursed loading animationThe background was a pain to do, especially getting it to work without setting overflow: none, but I did it. It has the background I wanted and the form elements can be used, it needs a lot more styling, but the background is done!a few days ago i got a picture of the sun settingI made a new user on my Mac for internship work only so I can focus better & eliminate distractions. Previously I was just using a different browser, but under this new user, I have light mode instead of dark, the opposite scroll direction lol, a different browser, and only work-essential things set up (e.g. no iCloud). thanks @tmb for the suggestionStarted a Vector Calculus course for Summer UCSC!