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July 07, 2015
Team DEIGirls  — at July 7, 2015 12:33 UTC
This week we are going to apply what we learned into a real project. Therefore we are going to create a diary application on Ruby. Our workflow was:
- Consolidate Rails knowledge.
- Learned how to use git.
- Started a new Rails project.
Team Tessie  — at July 7, 2015 10:41 UTC
Meetings Day! I am highlighting the important things we did as sort of a tl;dr :)
Today we had a call with our mentor Ola to talk about updating our project plan. The one we were working from was from our application, and this needed updating.
We then had our daily standup with the hoodie folk. Right after we hopped back into individual calls with Ola for our weekly one on one to update on overall progress.
Around this stage we sat down to our desks for a little while and worked on submitting our RGSoC blog post that went up in the evening. Partway through this we abandoned it once more for a call with Ola and solidified our project plan for July.
And in case you're interested... Here's the blog post!
Team Exercistas  — at July 7, 2015 06:07 UTC
- Retro meeting with Whitney: how to hold meetings, what to improve from the first week, what to do this coming week and onward.
- Set agenda and met with Katrina: understanding the API, console debugging tools
- For practice: Git review, practice turning JSON to hash to OpenStruct
- Answered blog post questions
- Designated and immediately put into effect "I'm Stuck" escalation protocol
- Third well-deserved high five of the summer
Team Fanxhe  — at July 7, 2015 02:24 UTC
We started the fourth day in Rails Girls SoC =)
We searched a photo cover for our blog's list article view and later proceed with installing and testing the livingstyleguide gem by ourselves, we had generated a few style guides.
We created a team calendar with the weekly events. Then we had the daily standup with our coaches to clarify some doubts about the gem. Moreover, we scheduled a call with our mentor Nico, to talk about out first tasks and doubts
Good news! Our coach company gets us the breakfast every day =) and many partners help and support us with all of our doubts and they teach us many concepts. Yes, they are awesome!
And lastly, we cleaned up our team blog code organization
Ah! and as we've studied new concepts and code =)
Team CocoaGems  — at July 7, 2015 00:22 UTC
Morning Scrum - talked about our goals for the day and ways we could better support each other in learning -this was totally worth it!
Learned a bit about Graphite and GitChat, internal Servers and Puppet with Ross Mc Farland
Lunch- Crepes with Rachel Myers @ the Local Creperie
Cloned and Forked Jekyll Themes : Long Haull
Lunch- Crepes with Rachel Myers @ the Local Creperie
Long Haul Theme and the Compass Watch Set Up Step # 4 Failed
Destroyed the original CocoaGems.github.io and used rm -rf to get rid of the Long Haul theme clone and Fork
Cloned and Forked the Long Haul Jekyll Theme - but this time we re -named it CocoaGems.github.io
Learned and or practiced the following commands in the process:
PWD print working directory to make sure we were in the CocoaGems.github.io directory
Git Status to check the branch master - to see if our branch was up to date with origin or master - displayed changes we made
git add index.html because we wanted to add the changes we made on the index.html file/ page
git status here we saw the changes in green => saying now they are staged and ready to be committed
git commit -v opened our editor so we could write commit mssg in the editor
git log -1 showed us our commit # and commit message
git log -1 -p " "
git push to finally push the changes
Team Melbourne  — at July 7, 2015 00:00 UTC
Sarah: I’m once again very thankful towards Redbubble for providing us a proper workspace. The Macbook is coming in very handy. The disk is relatively uncluttered, which leaves much room for us to download and install the programs, dependencies, applications and gems we need. Downloads made … Read more.
July 06, 2015
Team Binary  — at July 6, 2015 23:06 UTC
Well, at the start of the day we had a confusion about our project repo, fortunately, our beloved supervisor was there for help and save the day! So we moved our repo to the Rubygems organization. At the middle day we had a hangout meeting with our supervisor and mentor Nick Quaranto to talk about … Read more.
Team Binary  — at July 6, 2015 21:29 UTC
Well, at the start of the day we had a confusion about our project repo, fortunately, our beloved supervisor was there for help and save the day! So we moved our repo to the Rubygems organization. At the middle day we had a hangout meeting with our supervisor and mentor Nick Quaranto to talk about the project. Today we start to work in our login page so we study about models, migrations, controllers and views on Ruby on Rails.
Team RubyGirls Quito  — at July 6, 2015 21:28 UTC
- Learn about Git ignore.
- Learn about CouchDB.
- Learn about Active Support
- Learn about warden.user: https://github.com/hassox/warden/wiki/Overview
- Check billing code of LEAP.
- Learn funcions as part of calculus.
Team CodeBenders  — at July 6, 2015 19:39 UTC
- Finalised with our mentor that we will make the demo app for RailsAdmin from scratch.
- Discussions about what the app should do, E-commerce won!
- Started with the schema to try and cover all types of associations.
- First commit for the RailsAdmin Demo App! :)
Team Cheesy  — at July 6, 2015 16:49 UTC
- Daily standup
- Read about rebasing vs. merging
- Coaching session with the amazing (!) André Medeiros
- Planned a drinking event with all of our coaches :)
- Fiddled around with changing the picture of the activity stream --> almost replaced all status update pictures with a giant smiley face --> undid pull request ^^
- started on blog post
- Analysed a wee small bit of the app (tracing breadcrumbs from its Class, params, model and model diagram)
- Played around with FFaker gem
Team GirlsCodersWarsaw  — at July 6, 2015 16:36 UTC
We’ve started our day with the daily stand up - quick review what did we do on Friday, and quick plan for today.
After learning mastering Github we made some issues and task to do. Also we started our practice work with our applications.
Ana: I started my really first app: write a controller, and a model also, made a migration and set a single route. Learn about routing a little bit: how to create routes, about HTTP verbs and path for a certain action.
I liked the issues in github. There is so many ways to use them. And you can follow my progress now!
and we know how to use basic Markdown
Team Delta Quadrant  — at July 6, 2015 16:27 UTC
Our day was pretty exiting since we moved to our second working space @blacklane.
We got to know the development team in a weekly stand up meeting and had lunch with 4 of them (eating south indian food and talking about summer of code and science fiction movies).
Finally we finished out Game of life and had to struggle a little bit with outdated code in the tutorial. But now IT WORKS!!!!
You can see our code here.
Team Rubyherzlein  — at July 6, 2015 16:04 UTC
In our morning meeting with our Coach Erik we:
- summarised the first week -our work with GitHub, Git and Vim
- Planned our blog post schedule and set goals for the things we would like to cover
- went over the process of cloning the SoundDrop repo and committing to it
- Talked about binary code and the ascii table
We spend the day working on our first blogpost, which we pushed to our github-hosted blog, and making changes to the site by using the different git commands.
This evening we are meeting with the rest of the SoundDrop group. We will go over plans for the summer and see if we need to readjust our week-by-week schedule.
Team R'n'B [Ruby & Bugs]  — at July 6, 2015 15:56 UTC
What we have done today:
daily standup #1
explore gantt tool for scheduling of project plan
break weekly tasks into daily tasks
continue testing & going through all OSEM modules
hangouts with our mentoring team & supervisor on slack
learn git branching & merging via git tutorial
reading official documentation for routes and controllers in Rails
learning debugging 101
created action for our switch button
Team RailsGEnthusiasts  — at July 6, 2015 15:17 UTC
After a lot of reading through the weekend we started the new week with a lot of questions.
Andrew R. was very patient and listened to all of the issues we had.
He explained us in details everything we've asked him and gave us some tasks.
So during the day we read for migrations and routes and played with them all over our project.
Team Rubyherzlein  — at July 6, 2015 09:24 UTC
Git tryouts and Blog set up
- we had a huge mix up concerning our blog, namely git profiles/organizations, cloning vs. forking etc. Luckily after a 1,5h mentor tutorial (in the morning and! evening) learning about git and git hub we managed to fix it - super proud!
- now our blog - forked from some generous guy called Mike - is set up in the correct organization and up and running.. first post will be published today!
- plus, we learned how to actually use branches and do a merge plus solve merge conflicts with git
Team Tessie  — at July 6, 2015 09:12 UTC
- finally got a hang of the mornings and did our log, social media and todos for the first half of the day
- last bit of docs/a bit deeper into nobackend and dreamcode
- structured plan of the showcase app
- chunking off of app sections and what we'd need to make them
- had our first check in with our supervisor
- (gave him awesome tips on how to get crabs to come to your sandcastles)
- totally broke our team blog
- awesome ideas from Ramon on simple things to add to the app
- great point of reference app made by Aaron which we took a peek at (* = that sad face only refers to how sad it is that this awesome week is coming to an end!)
Team Melbourne  — at July 6, 2015 06:53 UTC
It's Week 2!
· Meeting our coach Jo. She brought up important issues like unit testing and Jasmine.
· Seeking to attain admin privileges on our Macs, since we can't seem to download EmberJS after installing NodeJS.
· Thinking more in-depth about the ads. What size, where and how it should function -> we realize a good starting point would be to do ToDoMVC on EmberJS. Knowing the capabilities of this platform would allow us to prepare for building the plugin.
Team Melbourne  — at July 6, 2015 00:00 UTC
Vi: Today, again, was a cold and rainy day. Sarah is off to yoga now and I’m on a new diet. Have lost a few kilos being in Japan for the last few weeks and I like it, but being in Melbourne and especially in Redbubble is very tempting. There are cupcakes, biscuits and heaps of food. Today was a … Read more.
July 05, 2015
Team Hackrgirls  — at July 5, 2015 16:56 UTC
We planned to create some presentations using the the impress.js and started reviewing each others presentations. It helped us in understanding more code and it's usage. Then we thought of conducting a user survey and analyzing the further modifications.
Team RubyGirls Quito  — at July 5, 2015 07:22 UTC
Read 5 chapters of this book: https://books.google.es/books?id=ZkXELyQWf4UC&printsec=frontcover&dq=GIT&hl=es&sa=X&ei=a92WVaGDKMKpNsO-lpgB&ved=0CDIQ6AEwAg#v=onepage&q=GIT&f=false
Learn about SHA1 and hashes.
Learn about Git Objects Files and Index.
Reunion with our lovely supervisor! ;)