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July 08, 2015
Team Delta Quadrant  — at July 8, 2015 16:14 UTC
Today was a kind of frustrating day. We decided to work on our first small issue to make a small first pull request. As it turned out it already took ages to find a small issue that is suitable for us. Those who seemed to be were already claimed by somebody else who apparently didn't work on it during the last months :(
So we decided to write some tests but get stuck on one of the existing tests failing before we changed anything. We had some nice conversations with a developer in the IRC-Chat but couldn't find the problem. But: we opened an own issue on that topic :)
Other things that worked well :)
* we purchased tickets for #CCCamp15 in August
* we joined a dev tech talk at blacklane (topic: shortcuts, skripts etc. that make developer's life easier)
* we had great coffee with probably the smallest take away cup ever at double eye
* we read about the testing workflow in diaspora
* we set up a meeting/hack day with our mentor Lisa next week
* we set up a meeting with Christophe tomorrow for helping us with the problems above
* Maren had a phone call with Team Techlyte
* we arranged a lunch meeting with all Berlin based RGSoC teams
Team Cheesy  — at July 8, 2015 16:11 UTC
- Daily stand-up
- Coaching session with Andre creating a sandbox Rails App for Roos
- Coaching session with Hans on the avatar issue
- resolving our first issue? and our first extensive PR conversation on GH
- Dived into seeding our dev database with fake data
- And came up with a bunch of job offers and users :-)
- Racked my brains trying to solve a syntax error, which came down to a comma, of course.
- Ended the day extremely happy
Team GirlsCodersWarsaw  — at July 8, 2015 16:02 UTC
It’s middle of the week and so much work to do. So many issues waits to be completed.
Anna: A tough day for me. I was trying to migrate the database, which is not very well-developed actually, from sqlite to postgreSQL, but due to pgadmin bug I wasn’t able to do this by myself. PostgreSQL migration, I will get you one day, just wait! But not today.
I also add some actions to my training app’s controller and some basic views, just to make sure everything is working fine.
Basia I cleaned up in my stylesheets - they are beautiful and clear now ^_^
and I done one issue - a little bit of ruby and more thinking about rails best practices and how to keep my architecture elegant. I think that till now it looks pretty well!
Team RailsGEnthusiasts  — at July 8, 2015 13:27 UTC
Today was one very looooong day ...
Having a stand up meeting with Tzvety about our daily tasks...
A lot of reading, a lot of practicing ...
Finding and watching some interesting video tutorials...
Having Skype conversation with Andrew R. about tests in RoR...
Making our plan for tomorrow's tasks...
Team Rubyherzlein  — at July 8, 2015 07:58 UTC
On Tuesday we:
- started off writing a blogpost about the process of learning and worked a bit more on the design of the blog.
- in our daily meeting with our coach we focused on the binary system and did some binary arithmetic!
- in the afternoon we attended lunch lightning talks for SoundCloud developers, fixed a branch issue with our blog on GitHub and cracked binary jokes!
Team Binary  — at July 8, 2015 03:12 UTC
Today we create a new controller to implement “sign in” and “sign out” functionality. We read a lot about sessions in rails, and also we push the “sign in” view to the new repository. Tomorrow we will start with the authentication methods. Some sources of … Read more.
Team Binary  — at July 8, 2015 03:08 UTC
Today we create a new controller to implement "sign in" and "sign out" functionality. We read a lot about sessions in rails, and also we push the "sign in" view to the new repository. Tomorrow we will start with the authentication methods. Some sources of study:
We are very excited to use the API client!!
Team Fanxhe  — at July 8, 2015 02:45 UTC
We started the day finishing some details of our blog to publish it. But, we had some problems with the computer we're using =/ but... our coaches solved the problem.
Later, we had our daily standup with our coaches and we organized the rest of the day and the tasks to be done.
We continued testing the gem of livingstyleguide, we need to know it perfectly. These are some examples :) that have been done:
In the afternoon we solved a problem with the share button of our blog.
Also we had a call with our mentor Nico. Together, we defined the workflow and discussed the tasks that we will be working on.
Finally we deployed our , and this is the result: http://code.fanxhe.com/
Team Exercistas  — at July 8, 2015 00:33 UTC
- Worked on AngularJS tutorials/JS algorithm practice
- Made sure we were complying with project contribution guidelines
- Paired to finish yesterday's problem: pull out specific values from a JSON file into OpenStruct
- Pairing wasn't working, alternate between working on the problem/doing tutorials
- Decided on topics for a few upcoming blog posts
Team Melbourne  — at July 8, 2015 00:00 UTC
Sarah: I will spend tomorrow elaborating more on my work today. There are many questions to ask the coaches regarding my deconstruction of the adsense.js.es6 file. Thus, 3 things I did today: Deconstruct adsense.js.es6 (with many js questions) Meet coach Adel! She was so much fun to talk to. … Read more.
Team Melbourne  — at July 8, 2015 00:00 UTC
Vi: Today, I was not well so I worked from home. Working from home has its upsides. I’ve been in bed on the computer the whole day (although I don’t think that’s something to brag about) and it’s super comfy in PJ. The downside of working from home is that I’ve been eating biscuits, rice … Read more.
Team Melbourne  — at July 8, 2015 00:00 UTC
Sarah: I will spend tomorrow elaborating more on my work today. There are many questions to ask the coaches regarding my deconstruction of the adsense.js.es6 file which is a large portion of michaelid's discourse adsense plugin. Thus, 3 things I did today: Deconstruct adsense.js.es6 (with many … Read more.
July 07, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 7, 2015 22:37 UTC
Pictures on the roof with the Rachel M. and Ross and Paisley the Pug at GH
Gathered Pictures of remote coaches and mentors
Wrote our first about us: our cocoagems.github.io About us section using Markdown
Learn To Program with Chris Pine- Variables and Assignment, Mixing it up, More About Methods sections
Session with Rob Rix on iOS programming for a project to better understand iOS development and CocoaPods.
Trouble with Rob Rix - why our About and Contact page was not loading in Local Host 4000- we found that the content.yml url sections of this pg needed a .html extension to make them load in the Local Host so that we can test our changes before committing them.
Edit the contact information and the contact form on the Contact site on our blog.
Team Alpha Ruby (α ❤ ✌)  — at July 7, 2015 22:09 UTC
We talked with our mentor about the project direction. Which technologies are important to
look at and how we can make things better for the documentation redesign.
This lead us to having an initial look at the darkfish generator, which we are going to replace in our project.
Some tickets related to organization have been closed on github and we made sure that all tasks
mentioned by our supervisor have been completed.
Beyond doing initial brainstorming for the project, we continued with reviewing HTML, CSS and Ruby.
Team R'n'B [Ruby & Bugs]  — at July 7, 2015 20:57 UTC
What we have done today:
- daily standup
- previous daily goal evaluation
- eating ice cream offered by one of our nice HS mates :)
- recap & continue reading haml documentation - http://haml.info/docs/yardoc/file.REFERENCE.html
- read some osem code parts to understand how haml is used/implemented
- github workshop part 1 at hackership
- start github tutorial 1 - http://opentechschool.github.io/social-coding/
Team CodeBenders  — at July 7, 2015 20:15 UTC
We had a super productive day. =)
- Setup our organization account on Github and moved the Demo App repo here! https://github.com/Team-CodeBenders
- Finalised the database schema. Last review pending from coaches.
- First migration to get the basic models up!
- https://github.com/rails-girls-summer-of-code/Team-CodeBenders-2015/issues/1 Our team picture collage, perfect end to the day! ^_^
- Planned our tasks for tomorrow.
Team Delta Quadrant  — at July 7, 2015 16:12 UTC
* we played a little bit around with our "Game of life" and Gosu and improved the code with rubocop
* we also watched the video "The power of abstraction" by Barbara Liskov - great woman, very interesting topic though we didn't understand everything :) AND by the way: www.infoq.com/presentations/ seems to be a great resource of tech talks.
* we prepared our blogpost for next week following these instructions
* set up a meeting with our coach Andi
* discovered Lena Reinhard's talk about "nothing" - basically about diversity in tech. Have to watch it later
* got ice cream in the office :)
Team Cheesy  — at July 7, 2015 15:43 UTC
Except for our daily stand-up and the weekly mentoring session with Carpmeister and his way-too-cute newborn son, today was all about GitHub avatars. Like everything this summer, simple tasks that coaches, mentors or any other pro's describe as "easy" tend to last at least two days ^^
Adding avatar pictures to the activity stream first made us encounter a lot of problems with prerequisite things. So two screenhero sesions later, finally we got halfway. To take our minds of things, we started to work on the blogpost for tomorrow. Both are to be continued! :)
Team RailsGEnthusiasts  — at July 7, 2015 14:36 UTC
- Reading about Testing in Rails
- Reading other RoR tutorials
- We have started to create our team website with RubyonRails using github.io, where to publish our first blog
- We have pushed our Rails app files into our new repository
Team GirlsCodersWarsaw  — at July 7, 2015 14:01 UTC
A morning standup with coaches sum up our previous day and made plans for futher work. New issues are coming!
Anna: I started with a quick review of adding and updating records to the database. Then I made first commit in the project! I pushed my app to the github in order to fulfill my first issue. Actually I made a first branch on my project and made a pull request in order to merge it if it’s finished. Learn about adding files to .gitignore and some useful commands on git, like removing files and folders, changing branch to work on, adding a new remote. I also put some validations to the model after learning about it.
And we have a barbecue with our coaches in the evening today!
Team The Tremors  — at July 7, 2015 12:38 UTC
-Learnt about nokogiri,capybara and factorygirl.
-Had trouble running rake but fixed it by installing sunspot gem.
-Finally managed to run rake , and Solr was running as well.
-Fully set the dev environment for RapidFTR in linux
-Run tests on RapidFTR
1.Rspec (unit tests),
2.Cucumber(user flow tests)
-Had to install so many gems before the whole dev env was set up.
-Finally had 51 Gemfile dependencies, 131 gems now installed.