@uanirudhx1Finished writing my workshop!! Now all I have to do is record a mock meeting and do 3 hacks(/shrug):
@alexkesin0the interview went amazing! now it's time...
@eoreizy1Had my last classes of the trimester (YAY NO MORE FINALS) and then beat mario galaxy again
@Rafi0Yaay:yay: this is awesome. :ultrafastparrot: Big Sur
@sampoder1this has been floating around the slack last night but let me introduce you to <https://meet.hackclub.dev|meet.hackclub.dev>!
it's a fun website that introduces you to a random Hack Clubber from the Scrapbook API. I made it a while back with Next.js :)
@rajendradangal100Hello. Sorry I had been distracted from the slack since months and couldnot thank hackclub for the hardware. I am thankful to @sampoder for accepting the project and then guided me to try different sites and tools but when nothing worked then @roshan was there to help me with the hardware I needed and spend long time figuring out things and thank for helping me with the shipment issues and at last @nasheeb.dangi for helping me with the Customs because I would have to pay lot more without you. Thankyou all guys!
@christina6951Ran a coding club for two 11 year olds in my town, and helped them build their first websites in html and css
@sampoder1i devised a scavenger hunt for the entire school to participate! then the student council ran it :))) we even had a real treasure chest (thanks Sai and co for making it), and filled it with candy as an end goal!
we had a whole qr code system to get hints which i built with next.js and stuff, i also made a safety plan to allow this madness to get approved by the school which i am quite proud that it happened :yay:
oh it was also Think Pink day, the school was very very pink
@jubriloye20160I'm super late but, the first part of my hardware arrived. Thank you to the entire SOM team , especially you @sampoder and of course @roshan you guys are amazing :parrot::parrot:
@sampoder1Seeing it in person is a completely different experience. I must say @ky200617 this has made my week, this is absolutely amazing. This is all so surreal, I am so grateful to be apart of this. Wow.
@sampoder1I also got some free stuff!!!!! My teachers GitHub box came in, yay!! she gives it all to me to distribute soooooooo also a CodeDay hoodie!!!!!
@sampoder1Managed the software for a massive quiz bowl (50ish teams, will all rooms added up)! Was a super super stressful 3 hours as I needed to be precise with my clicking, but we got it to work (mostly :DD sorry not sorry), yay!
@sampoder1running a debate comp, one team drops out, and guess what? now I had to 3v1 this team.... but i still won so yay!!! very weird debate.... i put on different characters for each speaker (spoke 3 times) and they were all very melodramatic... lol
@phultquist0I’m (almost too) excited to ship Frame 🖼️, our SOM project we’ve completed.
🦑 What is it? Previously named Smart Album Cover Display, Frame, which sits on your wall, displays the music you’re listening to. It either uses the Spotify API or detects the music you’re listening to with microphones.
🐳 It’s been a good summer! With all the support from Hack Club we were able to complete this, and I am currently working on a Flutter App to configure settings (currently it’s a react site).
🐝 What’s the purpose? We see it as art. I truly spend hours each day just looking at it (the beauty is not apparent in the photos). Music truly is a beautiful thing.
🍀 Want to make your own? We’re working on a hardware guide. The code is, of course, open source. Contact us with questions.
We couldn’t have done this without Hack Club 🎉 💓
p.s. here is Blonde by Frank Ocean, KIDS SEE GHOSTS by KIDS SEE GHOSTS, Yellow Submarine by The Beatles and Nothing Was The Same by Drake. We’ve also implemented a clock when paused (with custom colors 🎨) and auto-brightness with a light sensor.