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July 09, 2015

  • Day 7: HABTM and Changes in the Schema!

    Team CodeBenders [2015] — at July 9, 2015 19:32 UTC

    • Had an update call with our mentor Erik
    • Setup a rough timeline for the Demo App
    • Made a few edits in the schema according to what Erik suggested
    • Tried implementing many to many using habtm. Worked! But we need to come up with a better example to show it. Discussed the possibilities with coaches.
    • Started reading up on Rails engines.

  • #9

    Team Hackrgirls [2015] — at July 9, 2015 18:48 UTC

    Started sketching some designs for our new demo. Brainstorming and sketching all day long!

  • #Day 9

    Team The Tremors [2015] — at July 9, 2015 17:48 UTC

    -Had trouble with rake db:seed but our mentors Sri and Anne give us guidance. Our Coach Paul, helped us troubleshooting the RapidFTR too. Thanks Paul :-).
    -Hang out with our supervisor Cathy via skype, and she created a group on slack with us and the other team from Nairobi. Hi Team Techylite. That was awesome :-).
    -Once again, Big Thank you to our Coaches and Mentors.
    -Learn , learn and learn

  • July 9, Day 7 :)

    Team RailsGEnthusiasts [2015] — at July 9, 2015 16:19 UTC

    Thursday was reading and practising day, again :)
    After discussing the daily topics with Andrew R., we talked about some interesting issues:
    - testing environment in RoR
    - rspec
    - Capybara etc.
    Of course we can't learn only with talking, so we did some practice, changes and commits to our project - RubyGameDev.com

  • Day 7 GirlsCodersWarsaw (RubyClerks)

    Team GirlsCodersWarsaw [2015] — at July 9, 2015 16:13 UTC

    Anna:
    * changed database from sqlite to postresql ! Finally, yay!
    * learned about params in controller
    * added params to create action
    * learned about different possibilities to add choosing functions to objects in form, e.g. checkbox, radio_buttons, selectors etc.
    * added select feature to creating new object form
    * learned about validation helpers
    * also pimp my views a little bit, but no css yet ;)

    Basia:
    * css review with Anna
    * form options review with Anna
    * learned about decorators, presenters & helpers
    * added my first presenter into my app architecture. Coach Jarek said that it looks weird but I love my presenter despite this!
    bun

  • Day 7 - Diary my diary part 3

    Team DEIGirls [2015] — at July 9, 2015 16:02 UTC

    Today we read Lotus documentation, learned about secure comparison of strings, rails' mailer and some standard coding rules we weren't aware of (yes, now we put aaaaall the spaces between all the things to make it pretty). We had a call with one of our coaches as well.

  • Day 7

    Team Delta Quadrant [2015] — at July 9, 2015 15:23 UTC

    Realizing that our dev environment we set up via vagrant is veeeery slow we decided to set up another local dev environment together with Christophe. While waiting for bundles installing and things compiling we learned more about the diaspora processes.

    We finally found a small issue to work on that was not yet taken (like many many before) or somehow very complicated (like most of them) and started working on it. The topic: adding a field to the export of user data.

    Furthermore there was a meeting at blacklane with the whole company where new colleagues and guests were introduced. So were we. And we not only presented shortly ourselves but also awesome Summer of Code!

    We also finished our introducing blog post and included a gif - stay tuned for that :)

    Also Maren published an article on learning to code (in german).

    Now we are up to meet our coach Andy.

  • 09.07 Team Cheesy - Learninglearninglearning

    Team Cheesy [2015] — at July 9, 2015 15:11 UTC

    Today was a studying day. Roos played around with a sandbox rails app to get familiar with HTML slim and working in the views of a Ruby app. Loads of googling and stack overflowing ;) Did some more tutorials on Slim, Ruby and Rails.
    Maud learned about FactoryGirl, admired her cute home-made Fake_id-generator-thingy and spent the afternoon studying on Rspec testing.

    We're finishing the day off by a coaching session, before meeting together with most of the coaches and solving our first issue with them live!
    Curious what issue? Hint: look at the activity page. Like it better now?

  • Team Tessie Day 6

    Team Tessie [2015] — at July 9, 2015 13:24 UTC

    We finished our to do app! We got the tricky aspects to work (local storage! hurrah!) and then I (Shelly) (the lesser gifted Tessie in the HTML/CSS department) played around with the layout and font and got a feel for everything. We made the app even more complicated than necessary by adding a clear button that removes the checked items from the list, but leaves the rest intact.

    We also started into learning CouchDB in preparation for refactoring our app this week.

  • Team Melbourne · #D7

    Team Melbourne [2015] — at July 9, 2015 07:00 UTC

    · Discussed the progression of building the ad plugin with mentor, Robin over Hangout.
    · First stand-up meeting with Redbubble coaches. Shanon offered to help us today, and gave us his insight for the javascript annotated code (adsense.js.es6) that we did not understand.
    · Attended Redbubble fortnightly review meeting.
    · Vi: went through in detail (ongoing) the discourse adsense plugin and asked coaches question on github.
    · Vi: set up roadmap and updates repo to keep track
    · Sarah: Set up todo-brownie (Vi highly recommended it, so I had to try it out).

    · Good news, we're finding it difficult to blog so thoroughly now. Why is this good news? It means that we've lots of coding to keep us busy! But don't worry, we'll update with each small goal!

  • One happy day without computer problems

    Team Fanxhe [2015] — at July 9, 2015 03:19 UTC

    The day began with the call with our supervisor Katrin and we are happy because we have determined the workflow, also, with her.

    We continue doing tests with the gem and send email to Jen, Chief and Content Media to the project where we work, Living Style Guide.

    Later, we have a Standup with our coaches and we planned the rest of the day and we continued doing test with different functions of the gem.

    Our coach company includes us at them slack and bamboo. They're making us part of the company :)

    To finish the day, our coach Nacho explains concepts about SASS.

  • Day 6 - More about the Session Controller

    Team Binary [2015] — at July 9, 2015 03:07 UTC

    Today we made in the session controller the communication with Rubygems API for the authentication, now an user can login whee!! Also we learned about routes and paths in Rails. Study sources: http://guides.rubyonrails.org/routing.html And of course, today we take us a picture for the RGSoC … Read more.

  • Week 1 recap

    Team Exercistas [2015] — at July 9, 2015 00:57 UTC

    Our goal for this summer is to simplify the onboarding process for new exercism.io users. Our first task was to create a simple dropdown menu highlighting the available languages and linking to a help page for each. Because exercism is under constant development, we wanted this menu to update as new … Read more.

  • Week 1 recap

    Team Exercistas [2015] — at July 9, 2015 00:57 UTC

    Our goal for this summer is to simplify the onboarding process for new exercism.io users. Our first task was to create a simple dropdown menu highlighting the available languages and linking to a help page for each. Because exercism is under constant development, we wanted this menu to update as new … Read more.

  • Goaaaaaaaaaaal

    Team Exercistas [2015] — at July 9, 2015 00:26 UTC

    • did embedded Ruby and Sinatra tutorials
    • made a plan for job preparation: planned informational interviews and meetups
    • met with Team CocoaGems (hi friends! 🍫)
    • finished off the language list and URL generation in the actual exercism code (we had them mostly working in an independent script yesterday)
    • SUBMIT FIRST PULL REQUEST, right on time with our goal

July 08, 2015

  • Day 5: Escaping the heat

    Team Tessie [2015] — at July 8, 2015 20:51 UTC

    • It was 37˚ so we stayed at our own places and worked together remotely using hangouts and editey
    • Fred joined the Hoodie team
    • installed editey to work remotely (and it worked great!)
    • loads of jQuery
    • loads of local storage stuff
    • new kind of for loops!
    • fixed our team blog!
    • awesome walkthrough/crashcourse/tons of helpful links and tips on jQuery and JS tricks from Ramon
    • most productive day by far (also the day we were exposed to the least heat... Coincidence? I think not!)

  • Day 6 Rubyherzlein

    Team Rubyherzlein [2015] — at July 8, 2015 20:18 UTC

    • finally tried out git ourselves and made branches, merges etc pp
    • had a big tutor session about binary, hex colors, chmod 444/555/666 commands
    • had a lot of fun and finally happy to be in bed ;)

  • Day -5

    Team Alster Hamburgers [2015] — at July 8, 2015 17:51 UTC

    We're eagerly counting down the days to our team's official RGSoC start on Monday - it's really exciting to see everyone already hard at work, we can't wait to join in! Our new twitter account is waiting for us to share our first real news. You can already see it here: http://twitter.com/alsterburgers

  • #Day 6

    Team Techylite [2015] — at July 8, 2015 17:16 UTC

    working with heroku
    Domain in BDD(did ideabox)
    building polymorphic relationship
    implementing lists links and partials

  • Day 6 - Diary part 2

    Team DEIGirls [2015] — at July 8, 2015 16:57 UTC

    Today we worked on the controller to add, edit and delete posts.
    We learned how to do basic http authentication and we battled with routes.