Working more on an event with @winston so excited to host the first Students Who Code event and can't wait to share it with everyone!!I uploaded my bot coding to Github-- First repository!Shipped the first version of
/z today on #hack-night. Proud of this and have a lot of ideas to make it better.Haven't done much except watching funny videos on Facebook for like the whole day, so here's my homework from yesterday... the professor is insane that's the single most source transformations I have to do for a single circuit, if you try to solve using wye to delta transformation you'll end up with a voltage source parallel to the resistor which is no way to get the Thevenin voltage...Started arranging the hardware, one more pack arriving today! Yeah!😊👍🤘Giving Final touch to list👀 putting this here before it all goes downhill lol
10 minute website made by everybody that joined the osf live eventtonight I read Epictetus's Discourses 1.1-1.10, followed a stretching video by Blogilates, watched lectures 7 and 8 of multivar calc, journaled, and chatted with a friend about various media landscapesLearning socket.io! created a chat app today and supplied a one-way conversationHave been working on this project for the past few days. In #projectideas @rohan.geo.2001 posted the idea of making a text detection program that would be able to "read" doctor prescriptions (those are pretty hard to read 😅), so me and R.G decided to collab. We started learning how to detect texts from images (called offline text detection), and then "upgrade" the code to receive input from the webcam instead of images (called online text detection). I just reached that point. The next steps are turning the project into artificial intelligence so it can be trained to read doctors' hand writings. If you want to be take part in this project or give us a hand, feel free to DM me.3D printer build update: 6 hours of soldering today, dinner break in between.Over 1 year of hard work and over 6k lines of code i guess i'm done. I guess i can call it an achievement. I've never worked hard like this before on a project in my entire life. Programmed an entire custom OS for this project, faced nightmares , lost hope at some points during the development stage, faced so many challenging problems and i was thinking about leaving it every day but now i'm proud of myself that i didn't quit and finished it. I learned so many things from it and i'm glad that i've made it beyond my potentials and my expectation.
I guess you saw my first post here about my project the interactive cubes, this was my first project i've built in real life. This is my second project bigger than the first one and more complex. A visualization video to visualize how it will looks like in real life is coming soon
The name of the new project is TEKTABLE 👀sam isn’t letting up and it is not funny. i need to beat himToday I decided to work on a new project (like i wouldn't have the unfinished side projects lol) called ParrotRPG. It's a Discord bot, which, after i add the features, would let you catch wild party parrots, train them, battle against other players. In the future, I'm planning to add "effects" - magic power to the parrots, which make them stronger and more, if I come up with something interesting. I made a weird little animationRegistered for my first hackathon!!!i published a blog post today www.katmh.com/real-world ✍️ i also made pasta from scratch, organized + found data sources for a research project, and chatted with friends about various ideas (improving energy levels, buying a new bookshelf, and a writing project)Thanks everyone for your helpWrote a program that detects texts in images. Used python, opencv, and pytesseract.What is found today!
😂 @hackagotchi is best!Two months ago today, I was invited to join this strange-looking Slack workspace where everyone knew how to code. These past two months have been some of the coolest in my life! worked today on a potential revitalization of hack night! no photo to share, so here’s a selfie!Personally I really 💖 custom emojis on our Slack & I may be working on some improvements to Scrappy to launch today 🛫 @neel.redkar pulled through with a super helpful PR to get it rolling.
If you’d like to help test something else, adding an emoji reaction to this post would be great!I got my customizer almost fully working! The CSS stuff is still being kinda quirky but in theory it should work once I put it on a *.hackclub.com domain (CORS issues still lol, I think at this point I probably need to rethink the way I’m applying the CSS). I also made it look a little nicer so the UI will probably stay the same, but if anyone has any suggestions I’d love to hear them! doing my first personal website for OSFBeen doing this since I woke up! Love the tasksLearning Deep Neural Network on GooglecolabMight register for HackMITLearned about some AWS servicesI made a Hack Club meme generator! It finds a full quote for the bottom message, and then makes a Markov Chain based on over 100 sentences of the user for the top text. Will be shipping soon - currently needs some speed and quality improvements.om nom nom. my recreation of pacman in java. tryna figure out if there's a way to embed the project in html so that it'd be easily accessible for peeps to play. idk if that's even possible but time to find out! lol 🕹️And here we are!!!!
@sampoder @hackclub109 and to all the people behind this 💙Woot woot! Guess what came in the mail today (part 1/2)? Yeah!!! Let's get this party rollingggggg!What about this guys! 56GB RAM! 🔥@dinaelhanan started today. Bank is almost entirely caught up on ops due to the great work of @md and @chaleb, who is stepping up to help out with some stuff these next two weeks. Two fundraising / donor calls today too.