@caleb1so I've been a Hack Clubber for a year today! 🎉 thanks so much to everyone who's made this such an amazing experience 💖
here are my first 2 public messages to appease scrappy :rayge:
@courtney0Getting ready to publish to Amazon...hopefully it will be ready by June!
@nikodemrabulinski0Just signed a new contract and I officially am not only a developer but also a project manager and devops engineer :ferrisbongo:
@karolina0Life updates! I customized my Scrapbook profile yesterday: scrapbook.hackclub.com/lola
Track season started, which means it's time to hurl myself over a pole using a long stick. It also means that my entire body is in excruciating pain. If I don't look like The Rock by our last meet, I will be asking for a refund. :buffdoge:
In other news - I'm fully vaccinated! :))
@matthew0I did it!!!! I contacted every club!!!! And I sat inside at a Panera for the first time in over a year!!!! My god this week was tiring but I’m so glad I did it. If you’re a club leader (not in the India/Asia/Pacific region) and I didn’t contact you (or a member of your team) this week, please let me know 🙌
@karolina0Website saga continues:
I continued adding content today, focusing on a 4-card gallery layout, from which I took heavy inspo (aka literally tried to copy as closely as I possibly could figure out how to) from Lachlan's website. It's still not quite as nice as theirs, but I'll try to add some nicer shadows and smoother hover effects soon. But, it is RESPONSIVE, including on mobile!
All-in-all, it wasn't as hard as I thought it would be. The cards are just blocks with an image that takes up a set amount, then a caption. Padding and margins keep it looking clean on every screen size.
@courtney0I passed my final medical terminology exam with a 92!
@ArcadeWise0Just helped solve an issue with scrappy! Thought the best way to celebrate would be a scrappy post.
@caleb1also made this little clicking animation using a fancy CSS selector with a Bulma modal
@JulieGauthier0Got Orpheus Leap up and running and set up to program on! Gotta take stock of all of my components and sensors and stuff and then pick a project that involves none of it so I have to go to the electronics store
@gabruharsh2440#asia_conf is tomorrow!
Everything is done and finally the whole task list for the event is empty!
@thatrobotdev0In preparation for a club meeting tomorrow, I just shipped lab.github.com/P2PHackClub/p2p-hack-club's-introduction-to-github (repo: github.com/P2PHackClub/introduction-to-github), which is a GitHub Labs course for getting started with GitHub, the P2P Hack Club way 😄
Expect a lot of orpheus, corny jokes, and fun drawings that I got to incorporate from the hackclub/dinosaurs repo 😄.
If you haven’t used GitHub Labs before, it’s learning how to use GitHub on GitHub. In this course, you help publish Orpheus’s website for their science project, using the GitHub flow.
The entire course is based upon GitHub’s Introduction to GitHub course, which made it really easy to set-up (writing this and testing took around 4 hours)
It’s definitely rough around the edges right now, but we’ll be going through it tomorrow with my club, and I’ll be updating and tweaking the course over the next couple of days to make the learning experience even smoother!
Suuuuper fun to make, I definitely want to make a GitHub Labs course from scratch in the future.
@manasmw3330Yesterday was the Day 1 of our 3-Day Arduino bootcamp. We have organized this bootcamp to celebrate Arduino day and we had around 75 participants yesterday.:yay:
@Khushraj0Big ship coming up! 🚢 :shipitparrot:
Over the past month I’ve been porting all of Node Slack SDK’s :nodejs::slack: packages to Deno :deno:, and today I’ve finally completed a major step — I finished porting Bolt ⚡ (and all of its dependants)!
Presenting, Slack Bolt for Deno, a TypeScript :typescript: framework to build Slack apps using Deno rapidly with the latest platform features ⚡️
• GitHub :github://github.com/KhushrajRathod/slack-bolt>
• /x/ :deno:: deno.land/x/slack_bolt
This completes a major part of the Deno Slack SDK:slack-deno: 🎉
cc @safin.singh@Jeffrey@sampoder@rishi@caleb@mugaboverite (pinging whoever I thought would be interested / is involved in some way 🙂)
@skyerocket0Yup yup. A new github space for my club! I hope the other board members will accept my invite soon...
Oh and feel free to join here: github.com/FLHS-Hacks
@amogh0spent this morning playing around w/ Ink and starting a conversational personal website, inspired by Nikhil sethi! not a final design/copy, but check out what i’ve been playing around w/ inkwebsite.netlify.app
@hugo.y.hu9350Today, I'm officially announcing the Corginator 9000 Lite the :corgi: shaped arduino board, designed and built by myself and @zhangxieshi369.
As some of you may have seen(you have probably heard about it, and you've probably seen my renders and actual boards, which I've posted in various channels.)
The corginator 9000s recently arrived, and I've finished assembling 3. (You might see a small wire- that's intentional, not by design, but because a small engineering mishap caused me to need to connect a capacitor for USB to function properly, but the problem has been fixed and the wire won't be present in the next batch 🙂)
To give a quick run down:
The corginator 9000 lite, is based off the ATmega328P,(the same chip used in arduino UNOs) from Atmel(Now part of microchip)
The board has analog input, digital input and output, 3.3/5V operation, and more.
The specs are: 32K Flash, and 2K RAM, and a 16MHz clock.
Reset button and ICSP button for various stuff, and well, an arduino Nano pinout.
The board has a onboard CH340C for USB bridge, preventing a need for an external USB adapter.
The D13 LED is wired directly to the eye's LED. This means that you can program that LED to blink, flash, and do whatever you want.
This board is pre-flashed with the Arduino Bootloader. It's 100% compatible with Arduino IDE.
The board will also soon hopefully be available for sale on the Hack Shop.
And with that, I present to you: The first 3 assembled and tested Corginator 9000s: