@thatrobotdev4Okay I wanna code/hack on something cool every day of the summer if I can, so I’ll be sharing a lot more here!! I just finished preparing for our last Hack Club meeting for this year, and I’m so excited to celebrate our club members! Pictured here is my cool sister 😎
@ThomasStubblefield7+Creating the Directory map (which will have the ability to contact leaders (who opt-in) straight from the map view.
(atm this is just the Leaflet plugged into the page. We're not displaying the clubs yet. Leaflet was surprisingly incompatible w/ NextJS, but we figured it outtttt! 😄)
(btw for our beta testing you can now opt-in by visiting the pinned-post in #clubs-directory and checking a box)
@Ruien1My first 🚢! HackBackBetter, my hackathon, ran on the 22nd and 23rd of April (last weekend) and was pretty successful! We raised $6.2k in sponsorship from various companies with an incredibly easy experience thanks to Bank (poggers), had 40 out of our 90-100 registered attendees actually show up, and had 10 submitted projects, ranging from games to enterprise software to just straight up something nicknamed "uber but for trash"! Check out some pics below!!!!!! 🎉 🎉 🎉
@ZeroQL7+#w-of-the-day day 60
after 3 absolutely grueling, it is with great pleasure to announce that HELL YEAH I'M DONE WITH EXAMS. I now have a week break before senior years starts.
I wanna take part in this years reply challenge so I've begun solving old advent of code challenges to brush up my coding, and also a bit of minecraft.
@Aiden0Day 10/10 of WHW! We've made it! My keyboard is completely finished, keymap/firmware and all! The GitHub repo is here: github.com/Roizor/blueboard-keymap . Sadly, there is no custom RGB anything but that is a very complicated topic especially as I don't know much about how the wiring to the lights works and how I'd call it in the software. As stated for the last day in my project, I'd customize the keyboard. I don't know what to add to it but here's what I've got lol.
@OrbitalDev0❄️ WHW Day 8/10
Today, I hosted a Sprint which provoked some very interesting conversations. Thanks to everyone who joined!
I added shortcuts to my HA dashboard that take me to detailed history views! Hooray! Other than that, I finished up my schoolwork for tomorrow so I can attend a StuCo conference.
I made a ~nice~ meme below. Check it out!
@Verisimilitude110❄️ Day 3 of Hack Club's Winter Hardware Wonderland ❄️
For my #hardware-party project, I will build a smart plant watering system that uses a microcontroller and sensors to automatically water my plants based on soil moisture levels. I am excited to build this project because I love plants, but I often forget to water them. This system will help me take better care of my plants and save water by only watering when needed.
I've been kinda busy this past week, so I didn't have much time to work on this, but I tested all of my hardware and also fully completed the solar power generator part that will allow me to use the watering system outdoors without having to worry about the battery running out or finding a power source.
@sonicx1803Okay u guys, @ryan is a legend. He helped to fix navbar, and etc while just on his phone. respect
@GriffPolk-U04N8QXR6UT0After beating the 163rd hardest Geometry Dash level, I have decided I want to try to code it in real life. This will prob be the hardest thing ive ever done.@kaidevrim0someone wants me
@ZeroQL7+#w-of-the-day day 35
ya boy got a soldering iron, also made a valiant attempt at completing an mlh hackathon project (time is ticking and I don't even have a game loop ready xD)
@Peiprjs7+It’s done… I got 3rd place subregional, with no option to compete for regional.
@Verisimilitude110Having fun revising specific heat problems from chemistry class after getting first at National Science Bowl last year...time passes so quickly 😳
@Sam3Making snake in Java for my CS class final project!
@ZeroQL7+#w-of-the-day day 5
5 days already, cool
had to brush up on sveltekit's syntax for today, a lot changed since it hit 1.0 but i'm glad there's a stable release now and no more major changes will occur
@belle0finishing day 10 of #10-days-in-public with a lecture on flight planning! did not reach my original goal of finishing the entire lecture series but i'm definitely still going to be going through it :) to celebrate this being the last day, here's 3 cool things i learned:
• all runways are bi-directional and named after the angle/bearing so runway 180 is also runway 360 :) and you take off against the direction of the wind (it hits the nose of the plane first) so a runway working both ways allows pilots (instructed by the air traffic controller) to pick a direction depending on the weather.
• planes are louder when they take off than when they land because they use more power to initially get the plane in the air
• from 18,000 to 60,000 feet above sea level, the pilot must have an instrument rating and fly under instrument flight rules which basically means using data from your flight instruments to navigate rather than using your eyes haha, and that's because you have lowered visibility
(bonus: it's possible to safely land a plane even if your engine stops working because you're able to glide, and how far you can travel while gliding depends on your glide ratio)
@jzaleta6Here's a picture I took recently and a screenshot of my Scrapbook Streak! :fireball: I recently passed 300 days! :tw_tada::quad_parrot:
Also there's more updates to my NixOS VM! :nix: I wrote a guide with the steps I'm going to take to make it so I think everyone will work out better that the other times! I'm using an ARM ISO this time so the compatibility should be better.
And speaking of streaks, with this post I take @sampoder second 🥈 streak place at scrapbook post with 243 consecutive days!!! 🔥 :parrotdad: