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July 15, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 15, 2015 03:30 UTC
Did a daily scrum meeting on the phone
Continued working on the blog post about WWDC and AltConf
- changed the title inspired by this article: http://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/a-simple-formula-for-writing-kick-ass-titles-ht
- worked on the story telling
- asked for review from Karla, Nevyn and Orta (might be good enough to post soon :)
Started working on a case insensitive issue https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Spent a good portion of the day perusing through CLAide
proof read Emmas blog post
Team Fanxhe  — at July 15, 2015 00:42 UTC
We started the day with our standup and today, we talked about the gem and the task to add copy buttons to colors. Yesterday, while we were testing we had doubts about if we are going to apply the copy button to the color variable, the hexadecimal color code or both. We asked our mentor Nico, to solve this question before continue.
After, we did to many tests, we had a few problems, but .... finally we have done our first commit and pull-request !! =)
Team Exercistas  — at July 15, 2015 00:34 UTC
- Made a schedule for the day
- Fine-tuning communication: shared progress at the end of the day, evaluated where we were
- Found that yesterday's perfect code commit failed to build
- Learned a lot about Travis CI, testing, and Continuous Integration
- Deep dive into tests--one test was buggy because of yesterday's refactor
- Eventually reached a point where all tests passed perfectly but build still failed (???)
- Started working on template pages: new view, new controller (we may have found an existing controller we could use?)
- More vocabulary, decided we needed to write a blog post about vocab and learning
- Sinatra tutorials
July 14, 2015
Team Binary  — at July 14, 2015 22:05 UTC
Today was a great day. We had a hangouts with all the team of Adoption Center, the mentors Nick and Benjamin, the supervisor Ramon and the coaches Alfonso and Sebastian. We continue with OAuth and now our app can authenticate with Github! We didn’t the pull request because we want to add some tests … Read more.
Team R'n'B [Ruby & Bugs]  — at July 14, 2015 20:34 UTC
What we have done today:
- daily standup
- restructure & optimize weekly plan
- read about jQuery, JSON, Ajax in Rails
- repeat reading about architecture of rails application
- listen to a talk about databases (history, concept, structures, advantages/disadvantages of some database types)
- meeting with coach
Team Tessie  — at July 14, 2015 19:03 UTC
- Hoodie standup
- more couchDB learning (more about the stuff behind it rather than how to apply it)
- linked a DB to out static app
- Hoodie RGSoC Party with other Hoodie teams, coaches and mentors!
- taught dad how to use kickstarter
- intro to pouchDB tutorial
- graphics + drawings for our team blog
Team Alpha Ruby (α ❤ ✌)  — at July 14, 2015 18:07 UTC
Completed HTML and CSS and started to design Web Pages .
Testing and Exploring Templates.
Started to Learn Ruby and using Templates.
Started to analyse and exploring the design ideas for Ruby documentation.
We will start to translate the templates from the design tool to HTML and CSS.
Team DEIGirls  — at July 14, 2015 17:47 UTC
Today we finally beat Postgres! At last our databases are running smoothly :) However, github played some tricks and gave us troubles -.-
We CSS'ed some stuff and form'ed some other. And Rosa sung a lot. Really, a lot. But she gave me an ice cream, so I'm not complaining.
Team GirlsCodersWarsaw  — at July 14, 2015 15:39 UTC
* morning standup with coaches
* added proper flash messages for creating new objects
* added actions edit and update for my training app and edit view
* moved forms to partials
* did my first merge
* created new branches for further work
* added error messages in forms
* learned more about collections and partials
* postgres defeated! It works! That was piece of cake:
* morning standup with coaches
* configured my database localy, did databese.yml.sample file for repo
* all comments from pull request converted into issues on github (17 new issues to do!)
* code carefully revised
Team RailsGEnthusiasts  — at July 14, 2015 15:16 UTC
Questions and answers session with our coach Andrew
Working on the RubyGameDev and found some bugs. They are corrected
In order to implement tagging for the Posts, we should learn how certain things work
Reading about Validations, Callbacks, Associations, Action Controller
Questions and answers session with our coach Tsvety.
Team Cheesy  — at July 14, 2015 14:42 UTC
Roos: fixed the activity view. Look at thaaaat! Tried to work out some SASS/.sass/.scss/.scss.sass.erb issues with the coaches for the refactoring of the CSS code. Merged my first PR! And struggled around with a lot of branches on git and their different versions of files... AAAAH!
Team Alster Hamburgers  — at July 14, 2015 14:40 UTC
- We installed the correct Ruby and Rails versions for the LEAP project as well as rbinv with our very patient coach Lukas - this wasn't as straightforward as it seemed. :) But now we're ready to go.
- We did the first six chapters of our Ruby course (e.g., videos and exercises) to brush up on variables, methods, number and strings
- We had our first daily meeting to start with good agile practices
- We did some more system setup to make sure we have the same tools for pair programming
- Ran our first very own ruby code and fixed or first very own errors.
Team Rubyherzlein  — at July 14, 2015 11:46 UTC
Monday we started with a morning meeting with our coach where we went over our hex and binary assignments. We talked about the shell which has:
it has variables
it remembers your history (when you hit the up commands)
it can do syntax highlighting
the main thing it does is: it runs commands/programs
It receives return status/code from programs (knows if the program was running successfully)
we installed the fish shell and enjoyed customising it!
Later in the da we met with our mentor and talked more about the setup of the SoundDrop app.
We also talked about how a website runs in the browser:
The browser makes a request for the URLhttp://localhost:8000.
The request hits the Rails router inconfig/routes.rb. The router recognizes the URL and sends the request to the controller.
The controller receives the request and processes it.
The controller passes the request to the view.
The view renders the page as HTML.
The controller sends the HTML back to the browser for you to see.
This is called the request/response cycle.
In the evening we met with the whole SoundDrop group for our weekly meeting, and worked on rails tutorials, changing the description on the SoundDrop page, trying out Rubymotion.
Team Tessie  — at July 14, 2015 07:20 UTC
- Very gloomy day :<
- Had a nice hoodie standup! (although a lot of the team is sick! Wish them well <3 )
- Meeting with Ola regarding fixing our project plan
- More couchDB
- PouchDB intro!
- Fixed the team blog!
- Updated the team blog
- 3 new blog posts!
Team Melbourne  — at July 14, 2015 06:43 UTC
Sarah: got a blank spot up (ad doesn't seem to appear?) which is an amazing amazing step towards getting 1 ad up. going to seek help from mentor on why the ad isn't showing. need to brush up on github skills bc such a pain.
Vi: finished vid 20-25 of Mastering Ember, went through Eviltrout's 2nd guide on plugin-outlets, started creating gpt plugin, writing up learnings on ember in blog post.
Team RubyGirls Quito  — at July 14, 2015 06:25 UTC
- Finally, set up CouchDB.
- Set up 2 virtual machines. Started to learn Erlang.
- Finished VI, VIM and UNIX tutorial.
- Have a lovely chat with Thorsten, our mentor :)
- Relax drinking tea and listening to Blur.
- Correctly set up new host on LEAP app.
Awesome day! Awesome weekend! :) (Probably, will start working on Erlang and its problem with UNIX while compiling) ;)
Team Binary  — at July 14, 2015 03:49 UTC
Hi! We work so hard today… We go to authenticate our app with Github too, so we were reading about oauth and registered our app on the Github API, also we set up Rubygems locally, so we can do now testing with gems, that’s awesome, and finally we had the weekly hangout with our beloved supervisor, … Read more.
Team Binary  — at July 14, 2015 03:47 UTC
Hi! We work so hard today... We go to authenticate our app with Github too, so we were reading about oauth and registered our app on the Github API, also we set up Rubygems locally, so we can do now testing with gems, that's awesome, and finally we had the weekly hangout with our beloved supervisor, Ramon, who reminded us prepare the blog for railsgirlssummerofcode.org
Team Fanxhe  — at July 14, 2015 02:08 UTC
Our day started reading an article about copy commands, because we are going to do the task to add copy buttons for the color examples in living style guides.
We continued with our daily standup, and today it was too important, as we had many doubts about how we would start the task.
Later, we had a class about the structure of the gem reading the code of our gem. We needed to know where we will add the code that will generate the buttons to copy colors.
Moreover, today is the birthday of Steffi, and crowd interactive and co-workers didn't forget to congratulate her. :smiley:
Team Exercistas  — at July 14, 2015 01:25 UTC
Sarah: I like my tea like I like my tauntauns... Lukewarm.
- Getting a handle on vocabulary: pages and pages of terms I ran across and decided I should write down so I didn't get confused with Python (my main language)
- Lots and lots of rails practice... getting very comfortable and much less confused when I look back at the exercism code
- Smoothed out team specs with supervisor JZ
- Pairing success! :D
- Retro meeting with Whitney: we mostly reached our goals for the week (have agenda ready before meetings w/ mentor & supervisor, tutorials every day, work on communication, escalation protocol for getting unstuck, remember to take breaks!), "things that could go better" has switched to mostly technological issues rather than interpersonal issues, which is a great sign!
- Mentor meeting with Katrina: going over pull request, squashing commits, weird things about file structure, next steps
Tomorrow: finish up pull request for the menu, full speed ahead with language templates
Team Melbourne  — at July 14, 2015 00:00 UTC
Vi: This post is a continued from the Part 1 blog post. 11. Ember Helpers - The Already Given Ember Helpers and Make Your Own! Helpers help you reduce the need to repeat long pieces of code in many different places. In Ember, these are called Ember helpers and you can use them in a Handlebars … Read more.