Team CocoaGems 
- Starts On
- June 05, 2015
- Finishes On
- June 05, 2015
- Last Activity
- September 30, 2015
Team CocoaGems is the team of Karla Sandoval and Emma Koszinowski
September 30, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 30, 2015 18:26 UTC
Might have a mini scrum so we can say we had a mini scrum today.
Worked on the blog post and created a pull request
Spent the morning Calendaring. Re scheduling a session for a sick coach and scheduling a meet up that our project supervisor could attend. So we can finally meet her.
Read an article on LinkedIn Pulse on how businesses like ZeroCater are also changing the trajectory of small mom and pop businesses and creating average sales that trump those possible previous to business ties with food startups.
Worked on Cork - continued to resolve errors and failures that have popped up since introducing Cork.
Worked on cocoapods stories
worked on the blogpost about strange loop
September 29, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 29, 2015 21:00 UTC
Visited WaNeLo and got to learn about their development process.
Worked on the blogpost about StrangeLoop
Worked on stories.cocoapods.org
Karla - Added an introduction and also a paragraph about my experience to the Strangeloop Skeleton BlogPost I created last week.
Traded Strange Loop Pictures on photos
Created various changes to Panel Power while working with coach Rob Rix -iOS Tutorial
September 28, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 28, 2015 22:55 UTC
Visited the startup CoreOS and chatted about engineering. We got to know what they work on now and how they got there as well as telling our story.
iOS session with Rob
Reading the RGSoC blog. So many cool teams and experiences.
Visited the Slack HQ, had lunch at the office and met an Android developer. Haley talked about tech and culture at Slack and about the changing trends in SV.
Had a 3 hour long tutorial with one of our mentors and made significant progress in testing various parts of Cork. Cork is almost ready for release. Yippeeee!
September 25, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 25, 2015 03:33 UTC
Went to the airport in the middle of the night and left San Francisco at 1am.
Arrived in St Louise in the morning.
Got a tour of the city from our Airbnb host.
Had a nap.
Went to the Strange Loop pre party in the City Museum. Met a lot of interesting people and had a blast.
Team CocoaGems  — at September 25, 2015 03:29 UTC
Worked on blogpost nr 2 together
Worked some more on blogpost nr 2
session about databases.
Learned more about schema and database migrations
Continued making changes to RGSoC Blog Post number 2
Edited my RGSoC Blog Post for the CocoaGems Blog
Had a coaching session with Nevyn and Synched my local summer-of-code fork and Pull Requested to RGSoC for our BP # 2
Had a productive session working on Cork with Kyle
Met up with some friends and learned about different job opportunities in Engineering.
September 24, 2015
September 22, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 22, 2015 18:09 UTC
Read the schedule for Strange Loop.
Scheduling and reaching out to our Airbnb host.
More blogpost work
Sintra and sequel
Session about databases
Had Two Sessions
Began Drafting for Blog Post #2
Began Template for Strange Loop Blog Post
Set Up a File for our Blog in Summer-of-code
Had a session with Kyle and worked on issues for Cork
September 21, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 21, 2015 17:31 UTC
We: Had a mini scrum pre lunch and had lunch together at the park. We worked on some Jekyll issues together. Edited each other's First Rough Draft for Blog Post no. 2.
Spent Some time Calendaring
Reviewed the Steps on how to Synch a fork with Github using https://help.github.com/articles/syncing-a-fork/
Reading other Blog Posts by fellow Rails Girls
Put together an outline for my next blog post on the Strange Loop Experience
Fixed the lay out of about.md and the picture for our cocoagems.github.io blog.
Edited my Blog Post # 2 and found some pictures to include in my favorites section.
Uploaded some pictures onto the GDI site for workshops I've attended.
Had an iOS session about delegates, protocols, location.
Read RGSoC blog.
Worked on the blogpost #2 for RGSoC
September 18, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 18, 2015 23:26 UTC
We: Did a mini Scrum and touched base throughout the day.
Session with Rachel on trouble shooting an Heroku error.
Read about sequel, Sinatra, MVC, ORM
Tried to understand CocoaPods database migrations
Karla: Attended last day of Dreamforce15
Completed a Trailblazer path
Attended a workshop on how to use Heroku and use it to manage Databases
Learned about Lightning a product that helps you build apps quickly..literally and unexpectedly in lightning speed.
Did some writing for Blog Post 2. I have to edit it during the weekend.
Did a mini hack where i had to use salesforce developer products to add name, email and a button to a desktop app (had not used Salesforce previously).
Updated log and now am considering having a social hour with Emma and friends.
September 17, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 17, 2015 23:21 UTC
We: Had a mini Scrum and an Inidan lunch together at Github.
Responded to an email I had been procrastinating.
Reviewed Command line commands I did not recognize or understand thoroughly as well as edits my mentor and I made to Cork yesterday.
Decided which conferences to apply to.
Submitted Conference forms and Tweeted about it.
Read the team hamburgs end of Summer Blog Post Entry
Edited our about.md page and perused through some of 2nd post entry outlines
Feeling a bit low energy today after the long morning commute in the raw sun en route to SF.
Read and learned about databases
Session with Ross on databases
Tried to figure out what model CocoaPods uses
September 16, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 16, 2015 17:50 UTC
We: Mini Scrum
Attended a Salesforce Keynote on Community Building
Drafted up a letter of interest for internships.
Learned that I must address what my future employers needs are by demonstrating how I can address them, by demonstrating my value-- and that proofreading is important.
Learned more about databases
Session with Sean on databases
Created a fork an a branch for the current project I'm working on
September 15, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 15, 2015 21:54 UTC
We: Chatted a bit about what we worked on
Attended a workshop on the IOT and on how to use devicify and salesforce t o collect data from everyday objects.
Had lunch in the Square
Learned about microchips
Attended a Workshop on Hacking Biases in Tech
Worked on Regexp Part 2
Looked up housing for our Strange loop visit
Lunch at GitHub
Session on Regex with Jesse
Continued learning about Sinatra.
September 14, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 14, 2015 22:07 UTC
We: Did a Lunch Time Scrum and Talked about our weekends over soup and crepes
Spent some time looking for housing for StrangeLoop
Spent some time calendaring and preparing for this week.
Browsed and selected some workshops and keynotes to attend for Dreamforce beginning tomorrow.
Completed a 15 part exercise on Regular Expressions
Reviewed Git reset, reflog and Git reset--hard. Learned about git log -g
Tweeted about completing Regex.
Reached out to other people attending dream force for roll call and to see what other workshops other girl develop it members are attending. Who knows? I'm curious.
Did a session on error handling and threads in iOS development before lunch.
Completed a regex tutorial: http://regexone.com/ after lunch.
Finished tutorial on creating a blog in Sinatra.
September 11, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 11, 2015 21:41 UTC
Session with Boris on writing tests for cocoapods-label: https://github.com/Karla-Isabel-Sandoval/cocoapods-label/blob/test/spec/command/label_spec.rb
Session with Rob on closures and higher order functions in Swift
Read up on Routes in Sinatra
September 10, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 10, 2015 17:41 UTC
had a mini scrum in the morning
had tree iOS developer friends over for lunch
check in call with supervisor Vyki
iOS treehouse tutorial on closure
Session with Nevyn on closures, higher order functions and anonymous functions
Wrapping up with the object model chapter in MetaProgramming by Serotta
Tutoring Session on Algorithms with Jesse Toth
Metaprogramming Discussion/ Tutorial with coach Sean Mackesey
Call with Vyki Englert
Cork Session later this evening - wrapping up the writing tests
Team CocoaGems  — at September 10, 2015 17:40 UTC
We went on a field trip to Survey monkey with one of our friends from the coding bootcamp we did before RGSoC.
There we got to do Q/A with junior developers with simmular backgrounds to us. We got to do Q/A with there engineering growth team.
On the way there we watch the Apple keynote of course. Woo, so many great new things :D
Also went to an iOS meetup in San Francisco in the evening learning about Apple watch dev and swift and sound dev.
September 09, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 9, 2015 00:42 UTC
had a mini scrum session in the morning
had lunch at GitHub and a walk in the sun
Continued working on the Sinatra blog tutorial: http://mherman.org/blog/2013/06/08/designing-with-class-sinatra-plus-postgresql-plus-heroku/#.Ve9N9VNVhBd
Have learned more about using RVM.
Also learning about using sqlite3
Focused on reading my MetaProgramming book by Serotta - Wrapping up with the Object Model Chapter and learning more about refining and monkey patching
Had a n iOS tutorial with coach Rob Rix
Spent sometime Calendaring and planning for our field trip to Survey Monkey
September 05, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 5, 2015 17:57 UTC
Had a mid day scrum
Had lunch by the food trucks. Went for a walk and had free ice cream.
Went trough some inspirational sites for the next web project.
Created a board with checkmarks for learning Sinatra.
Read the issues involved in the next web/sinatra project: https://github.com/CocoaPods/stories.cocoapods.org/issues
Started doing a Sinatra blog tutorial: http://mherman.org/blog/2013/06/08/designing-with-class-sinatra-plus-postgresql-plus-heroku/#.VeoKJ1NVhBc
Was error handling my CocoaPods Rainforest environment for about an hour or more. I got conflicts after my local project got merged. Ended up with having to remove everything and cloning it back. Had I read the doc more carefully and done a rake clean to remove merged branches I might have been able to avoid that. Good learning experience though :-)
September 03, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 3, 2015 17:28 UTC
Had a google hangout and Skype call with Team Exercistas
Signed up for Building a Better World for Girls through Tech
Read an Article about Marissa Mayer's 2 Week of Maternity Leave and its impact on aspiring female CEO's in Tech
Writing tests is challenging!
I need to get the hang of it.
Worked on creating a pull request for https://github.com/rochefort/cocoapods-search to rename his gem.
Desided not to do a pull request for that other repo with the same name.
Improved our Readme and made a PR: https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search/pull/7
September 02, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 2, 2015 17:54 UTC
Had an afternoon catchup.
Installed Fish Using
1. "/usr/local/bin/fish" | sudo tee -a /etc/shells
2. git clone https://github.com/fish-shell/fish-shell ~/src/fish
ditto /tmp/fish.dst /
Add Fish to /etc/shells, which will require an administrative password:
echo "/usr/local/bin/fish" | sudo tee -a /etc/shells
Make Fish your default shell:
chsh -s /usr/local/bin/fish
3. Ended up with a Swap File I deleted
4. Configuring the Fish Shell was the most troublesome part even after opening a new terminal window. I ran into some issues. C'est la vie. An error to solve! Yipee.
5. Refactored board.rb with mentor Kyle Fuller and wrote additional tests in board_spec.rb
Worked on writing documentation about writing plugins for CocoaPods. Now that it is fresh what was difficult and confusing for me to understand, it might help someone else.
Read about the projects that CocoaPods suggested for RGSoC. I think I would like to build a Rails app as next step and the list.cocoapods.org would be a great task for that: http://cocoapods.org/summer-of-code-2015
Consulted with CocoaPods about the next project.
Studied some Sinatra for the next project, since Sinatra is what CocoaPods use for web: http://www.sinatrarb.com/documentation.html
Released the coocapods-search gem: https://rubygems.org/gems/cocoapods-search Woop! :D
September 01, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at September 1, 2015 17:09 UTC
Had Lunch Together
Talking about our Blogging Subjects
Read Pro Git on Bart and learned about git -a -m "message inside the quotes"
Spent some minutes calendaring and scheduling a session with a coach for today
Had a coaching session with Kyle Fuller - we refactored some of the board.rb.
Got rid of unnecessary code, condensed it and removed all configs which are CP specific.
Moved any and all methods from UI.rb to board.rb that are applicable and comitted those changes.
Scheduled a session for Friday and planned to attend a field trip next week on Wednesday.
Learned about changelogs http://keepachangelog.com/ since I need to write a Changelog for CP
Wrote a test for the watchos flag before lunch https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search/commit/337666c8feee0e65af91ff0e09702e39e5b62d52
Installed Oh My Fish to my fish shell. It enables me to see what branch I'm in :) https://github.com/fish-shell/oh-my-fish
After lunch: Worked on fixing the failing specs in CocoaPods: https://travis-ci.org/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/jobs/78269633
Only had to remove the reference to Command::Search: https://github.com/emkosz/CocoaPods/commit/e5d504032e2af0f41b4662034f8637dba5351da9
Read issues reported to CocoaPods
August 31, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 31, 2015 19:54 UTC
A mini scrum this morning.
Went for a delicious lunch and ran into some Swedish startup people.
Spent some time calendaring
Talked to tutor and found some additional Ruby resources to learn about object model
Spent the early morning reviewing Ruby syntax and working in terminal to use basic methods
Figured this would be great review to clarify questions I have re: fancy methods in CocoaPods
Did some proofreading through board.rb and checked notes to see if there's anything I left out, removed un-needed documentation and went through parts i did not understand.
Cleaned up some of the documentation in board.rb and committed changes.
Learned about unit testing as an alternative to rspec via https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Ruby_Programming/Unit_testing
Read Ch. 1 and parts of 2 in 2014_metaprogramming-ruby-program-like-the-ruby-pros.bok.kooshlzk.2e.pdf
Ran mini scripts in terminal, learned about sub (switching out only the first to occur in a string) vs gsub replacing the whole string by the second
Had a coaching session with Nevyn on Unit:Tests and on creating library code and test code files inside of a directory to separate the code from the Tests
Spent the day before lunch rebasing the gem/plugin cocoapods-search changes into CocoaPods: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/pull/4102
* had some problems with conflicts and test that failed. Got help from the CocoaPods team and from GitHub.
* read some information and documentation about rebase: http://git-scm.com/docs/git-rebase
Spent the afternoon fixing issues in the cocoapods-search plugin
* Learned what a trailing newline is - newline at the end of the code file that needs to be there to avoid merge conflicts.
* Learned what a trailing whitespace is - a whitespace after a line of code that can cause problems.
* Also worked on adding a flag for Watch OS to the search plugin. It gives, results but not sure if they are valid and need to check that with the CocoaPods members.
* Also wrote a test for the WatchOS flag. Probably need to add a pod that works for Watch OS in the fixtures folder.
August 28, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 28, 2015 23:48 UTC
Did some reading.
Learned about The NY Times forecast for the top next 30 Unicorns.
Read about other student internships and their blogs.
Realized that their's so much to learn and wishing that the internship was longer.
Enjoyed my day in Palo Alto with Sweet Sunny Weather
Spent the day on the couch watching Sense8, recovering from jetlag and a cold.
We : had a scrum together and went out to lunch
Scheduled some tutorials for next week.
Worked on board.rb
Ran Tests using bundle exec rspec for board.rb
Had a mini rspec/bacon tutorial/ Session
Brainstorming for blog posts
Worked on finishing the plugin cocoapods-search
* Fixed all my test on travis by adding travis.yml file to my project https://travis-ci.org/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search
* Got a code review page from CocoaPods https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search/pull/2
* Got info about the steps to finish to be able to integrate the plugin to CocoaPods: https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search/issues/3
* Did two Pull Requests to enable the plugin in Cocoapods: https://github.com/CocoaPods/Rainforest/pull/46
(Also troubleshooting for like an hour why my bundle install would not build. I had forgot a comma. The joy of programming ;D)
August 26, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 26, 2015 10:02 UTC
Updated each other on Slack
Continued with the specs for cocoapods-search
* Installed the gem mocha-on-bacon
Have prepared Ruby tutorials for the plain.
Learned about Breadth First Searches vs. Depth First Searches
Hash Tables vs. Binary Search Trees
Acyclic Linked Lists vs. Circular Linked Lists
Stack and Heap
Learning about Corks spechelper.rb gem power which includes 'bacon','mocha-on-bacon','pretty bacon',
Reviewed the use of attraccessor:
CP Tutorial at GitHub for Cork
August 25, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 25, 2015 10:26 UTC
Updated each other on Slack
Worked on moving the tests from CocoaPods to -search.
* installed the gem prettybacon to get prettier spec outputs
* tutorial with Nevyn to explain Modueles and paths in the CocoaPods codebase
* copied a lot of fixture files from CocoaPods
* did a git commit and git push to store the changes I've worked on so far: https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search
Read issues reported to CocoaPods: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues?q=is%3Aopen+is%3Aissue
Spent the Morning up until the Afternoon focusing on Algorithms:
Studied big O Notation : http://bigocheatsheet.com/
Reviewed Binary Vs. Linear Sorts : http://www.programmerinterview.com/index.php/data-structures/big-o-notation/
Learned About Quick Sort, Tuples, Data Structure Arrays, Stacks(LIFO)
Found a merge sort and quick sort implementation in Ruby : https://gist.github.com/aspyct/3433278
Studied the Syntax used in a Binary Sort Ruby Algorithm.
Added more tests to board_spec.rb for Cork Issue and committed changes
Also read up on Linked Lists
Had lunch with a friend who visited at GH
Went to GirlGeekDinner for the First Time Ever!
August 24, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 24, 2015 11:30 UTC
Session with Boris Bügling about tests in CocoaPods plugins.
Session with coach Jesse about Algorithms.
Read chapter two about sorting in Algorithms book: http://algs4.cs.princeton.edu/20sorting/
Read about Closure in "The Swift Programming Language"
Scheduled a CocoaPods Test Writing Tutorial with Boris Bugling and an Algorithms Session with Jesse Toth
Scheduling and updating my calendar for the week.
Learned about String Literals ( )%w and Object as well as flexible Initialization using http://www.rubyist.net/~slagell/ruby/objinitialization.html
Worked on Cork Tests -- Reviewing the syntax used in Cork since I understand some parts of it better now and have more questions
Read up on the Enumerable Mixin to understand its use : http://ruby-doc.org/core-2.2.3/Enumerable.html
Attended an Algorithms and Interview Questions Workshop with Women Who Code
August 22, 2015
August 21, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 21, 2015 10:58 UTC
Updated each other on slack ?
* Created a slack channel where both coaches, mentors, supervisors and students can hang out. Since we are a large group with people in different organization it'll be great to have one channel where everybody involved in our team can hang out and get to know each other. Haven't been able to invite that many people yet since I don't have rights to do so but posted a question in rgsoc-community about it.
* Worked on the specs for cocoapods-search.
- cloned similar cocoapods plugins to see how their tests works
Cleaned My desktop since it was filled with junk files
Used this site http://githowto.com/moving_files to learn how to mv files from terminal to another directory.
Attempted to visit my doctor in between but they were closed today.
Since it is not possible to add coaches and or mentors to the Cocoagems-hangout channel I emailed Sara Regan to see if it is possible to add them as team members to the RGSoC organization.
Re-read through Cork.rb It's been a while since I looked at it. In between learning TDD through a separate tutorial and practicing algorithms. I gave it a mild break.
August 20, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 20, 2015 14:41 UTC
Google hangout with our supervisor, our mentors from CocoaPods and our coaches from GitHub and private coaches.
Worked on the search plugin: https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search/blob/master/spec/command/search_spec.rb
Worked on a blogpost for our CocoaGems blog.
Read a Medium Post by a Boot Camp Grad to get more ideas for blogging style
Reviewed Slack notes for Testing with Rspec: TDD/ Unicorns Project
Learned about ASCII and Unicode
August 19, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 19, 2015 16:58 UTC
Combined Scrum with a tutorial with Coach Boris Bugling
Ruby Testing using JumpStartLabs finished testing Unicorns http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/topics/testing/intro-to-tdd.html#final-results
Attended a pairing session at Carbon 5 and worked on open-data-maker f/18 .csv files with bom : https://github.com/Karla-Isabel-Sandoval/open-data-maker/branches/yours
Learned a bit about ASCII and unicode
Made a [WIP] pull request to make college attendance and salary after college available to College Students in the future
worked on iOS project
tutorial with coach Rob Rix on classes, structs, references and values
August 18, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 18, 2015 20:20 UTC
Scrum and rescheduling a tutorial session
Worked on my iOS project
Did Treehouse tutorials on how to work with data from the web.
Updated to Ruby Version 2.2.2
Installed Elastic Search
Downloaded Code and set up installation: Forked-Cloned and Set Up Open-Data-Maker for project night tomorrow
Had lunch downstairs with some githubbers
Had a productive tutorial on Algorithms
Started working through Unicorn TDD: http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/topics/testing/intro-to-tdd.html
Testing Tutorial using the site above with coach Rachel Myers
Event: Careers in Engineering at Yammer
August 17, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 17, 2015 17:48 UTC
Did a remote mid-day Scrum
Read up on Local, Global and Scope Resolution via https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Introduction_to_Programming/Scope
Brushing up on Ruby Basics - http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/ruby_in_100_minutes.html
Read the Introduction to Test Drive Development
Checked up on our Half-Way through RGSoC catch up meeting
Signed up for SF Ruby on Rails Workshop-Troll Bridge for 8/22/15
Tweeted about DreamForce, Found out who is going to be speaking during the Keynote
Re-scheduled Monthly Catch up meeting- updated invites
Watched this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCSGh-YJgvs to learn how to make multi-function buttons: Frame work foundations and root classes
Read Up on CocoaTouch, Cocoa and also on NSObjects
Signed Up for a Couple of Ruby Related Meetups
Attended iOS Night at Nexmo - Interact with my PP via an SMS instead of having to download an App, Intro to Postman
Scheduling for the week to come The halfway through hangout takes some time to figure out since there is so many of us :)
Reading up on basic Ruby vocabulary: http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/projects/ruby_in_100_minutes.html
Worked on cocoapods-search plugin.
* moved the source code and had it run locally.
* Next step is to make the test run locally. At the moment the test require spec_helper.rb within the cocoapods gem so I need to figure out wether to depend cocoapods or if it’s a better solution to rewrite the specs in the plugin somehow making them independent of the cocoapods gem.
* Started working on a new blogpost on lessons learned from creating the first PR for cocoapods. First skeleton is ready.
August 14, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 14, 2015 10:23 UTC
We did: Scrum
Worked on moving the test to the new search plugin for CocoaPods search.
Worked on running gems locally, for the plugin.
Spent the majority of the day doing Ruby Koans with Sarah Guermond -- learning more about Null vs Nil
Practiced String Interpolation with RubyMonk
Signed Up for DreamForce/SalesForce Event
August 13, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 13, 2015 08:20 UTC
Mini (Emmas morning, Karla's evening) planning chat and planning chat on Slack :-)
Session with Jesse Toth on Algorithms.
Started working on RubyKoans
Continued to read up on Binary Search
Designing Abstract Data Types, Encapsulation and Subtyping in Java.
Scheduled a follow up Algo. Tutorial
Had an intro to Ruby Koans and a mini cal with Sarah_Guermond. It gets lonely without your team -mate!
Yoga Class with Inbal- Restorative
Reading the chapter one and two in the Algorithms book to prepare for the session with coach Jesse Toth later today: http://algs4.cs.princeton.edu/home/
Working on iOS project BarRoulette to prepare for session with Rob Rix. Working on understanding API calls and JSON.
Session with Rob Rix on iOS development and API calls.
August 12, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 12, 2015 16:58 UTC
We had a:
Re-read parts of Ch. 5 in Why's Poignant Guide
Freaked out for a few seconds about losing my srcdir but recovered it quickly
Learned about Modules and Input Output Objects.
Learned about the Overhaul that is happening to DSL Podfiles to improve
Learned about the Google SDK's that are featured in CocoaPods
Learned about Modularizing large Applications using CocoaPods via HubSpot
Learned about BrainFuck, Meta Programming and purchased Dash
Worked on iOS project to better understand the world of CocoaPods users.
- read through the Yelp API and decided what API calls to make to Yelp API https://www.yelp.com/developers/documentation/v2/search_api
- Worked on making the API call when button is touched
August 11, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 11, 2015 17:21 UTC
We did a:
Remote Morning Scrum
CocoaPods Label Tutorial with Coach Boris Buegling
Reading about CocoaPods Core to figure out the CocoaPods organization and differences between Xcodeproj, Molinillo, Specs, Core and CLAide
Learned about Specs and the Spec Repo Here: http://guides.cocoapods.org/making/specs-and-specs-repo.html
Found this amazing Blog where I learned about SemVer - Semantic Versioning: http://guides.cocoapods.org/making/specs-and-specs-repo.html
Learned a bit about what is possible with rubocop
Also learning about the Ruby Style Guide here : https://github.com/styleguide/ruby
Fixed errors in board.rb and in boardspec.rb using rubocop. Officially down to 1 error from 30 with Jake Boxer's Help. Wooooot!
Getting more familiar with how to fix Errors after a session with him.
Did Ruby tutorials on blocks and classes etc from Treehouse on the plain to Sweden from San Francisco.
Worked on the tests for the cocoapods-search plugin https://github.com/CocoaPods/cocoapods-search
August 10, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 10, 2015 20:04 UTC
We had a :
Continued Reading Why's - currently learning more about respondto? , gsub vs gsub!, dup
Learned about recovering some files that I had accidentally deleted with a command.
Spent a few minutes scheduling for the week.
Had lunch at GH went for a mini walk
Back to Why's After Lunch
Went deeper into the bowels of chapter 5. Learned more about when to use:
attrreader- is used mainly for reading but doesn't allow for writing
@@ attribute all- used t ogive an attribute to many related objects.
attracessor- great for shortcuts, = method- can be used to look up parts inside a hash, array or string objects
Excited to learn about Meta Programming in Chapter 6
Rebased the pull request from Friday and got it merged :D
Red through the code for the search class that I will move to it's own plugin.
Went to the airport in Okland to travel to Sweden for two and a half week.
Looking forward to some offline time spending to do Ruby video tutorials.
August 09, 2015
August 07, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 7, 2015 23:46 UTC
Mini session on how to change organisation in Xcode
Lunch and shopping
The Travis CI test didn't go through on my PR yesterday so I needed to fix that today.
* It turned out that I hade staged the changes for commit wrongly so I did a new commit.
* Added a CHANGELOG
* Got a merge conflict and had to to a git fetch and a:
* git rebase origin/master
* That didn't work so I did a
* git checkout master
* git reset --hard origin/master
* git pull
* git checkout mybranch
* git rebase master
* did a git status to see the merge conflict
* fixed the merge conflict in the CHANGELOG.md file
* git add CHANGELOG.md
* git rebase --continue
* then I needed to do a:
* git push -f myfork my_branch
* That fixed the merge conflict !! Yay!! :D
* Prepared to start working on my next issue: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3397
Worked on PanelPower! this am.
Figuring out how to Connect Data Source to a ViewController Using Swift.
Watched this YouTube Video:
And used this site for reference :
Read Up on some of the differences between C, Objective, and Swift:
Learning iOS Programming by Aladair Allar: Oreilly
Reading the Swift Developers Library to get more familiar with the language
August 06, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 6, 2015 16:40 UTC
We did a :
Hopefully a Morning Scrum
Had lunch together
Booked Flight tickets for the conference in St Louis in September
Dedicated 1.5 hours to planning Scrum and Teaches for the next 2.5 weeks of Remote work.
Yoga at 4pm
Read a part of Chapter 5 in Why's Poignant GTR
Used the Ruby Cook Book to learn about .scan and a little about regexp's.
Worked on the second test for the issue: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Coaching session with Ross McFarland
* we found that the test was placed in the wrong section
* moved the test to the section concerning attributes
* appended files, sorted and compared them.
Created my first pull request for CocoaPods: https://github.com/CocoaPods/Xcodeproj/pull/294
(though need to fix the issue that Travis CI is complaining about)
Team CocoaGems  — at August 6, 2015 00:05 UTC
We did a :
Mid Day Scrum
Lunch at SOMA Park
Finished working on https://github.com/Karla-Isabel-Sandoval/Cork/blob/master/text_wrapper.rb
Revision: Not quite yet. Now I have to add more tests and fix my errors.
Coaching Session with Samuel Giddins - very constructive. We got rid of 200 lines of code.
Made my first PR for Cork: https://github.com/CocoaPods/Cork/pull/1
Read: http://ruby-doc.org/core-2.2.2/Enumerable.html#method-i-map to learn Ruby
Worked on tests for issue https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Studied test on: http://rspec.codeschool.com/levels/2
August 04, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 4, 2015 18:58 UTC
We did a:
Morning Scrum this Morning
Chat with our team mates in Seattle: Team-Excersistas
Lunch with one of our Friends
Individual calls with our supervisor Vyki
Went to a Swift Meetup at Realm- literally down the street
Swift tutorial in the morning and after lunch about Closures. http://teamtreehouse.com/library/swift-closures
Session with coach Rob Rix. We mostly fixed my Xcode since the simulator gave strange errors. Also continued working on the Yelp API and making API requests.
Continued working on closures and higher order functions.
Finally Made it to Chapter 5 in Why's Poignant Guide to Ruby
Created text_wrapper.rb for CocoaPods Cork Issue
Working on this document pretty dillgently
Had a coaching session with Ross McFarland on Problem Solving and Better Architecting Code
Continued Using http://ruby-doc.org/core-2.2.0/Enumerable.html#method-i-reduce to understand parts of the Code that I'm working with in Cork
August 03, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at August 3, 2015 20:58 UTC
We did a :
Morning Scrum Together
Session with Boris Bügling on how to break down our main project. https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/2729
Lunch Together in SOMA park
Women Who Code iOS workshop for Swift and Objective-C after hours
Continued working on Why's Poignant Guide to Ruby
Session with Coach Rob Rix for iOS project PP
Calendaring and Scheduling Work and Tutorials for the Week
Working on Cork issue
Studied rspec tests on CodeSchool http://rspec.codeschool.com/
Session with Jake Boxer on writing test for the issue I've been working on: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
* we went through the sorting method in the original file: https://github.com/emkosz/Xcodeproj/commit/9d0139d6f2cf54966c06dae2795ea937fea5c6fa
* wrote the test in the "test-file": https://github.com/emkosz/Xcodeproj/commit/6ab2124f89a3bc42a507b06a642c2d945f758d52
July 31, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 31, 2015 18:13 UTC
Had lunch with our friend Iulia and coach Mislav at the SOMA park together.
Talked about Burning Man and also about a Start Up similar to Homejoy.
* This was an iOS morning indeed!
Added UITableViews to PanelPower! Added delegates and UIViewControllers. Edited Live view to include the design that Nick Reis was awesome enough to build. Changed the Live View to Include a top button, UITableCells.:
* Watched parts of these videos to better use and understand the differences between UITableView and UICollectionView:
* Closed a couple of issues for PanelPower!
*Had an hour long session with Jake Boxer on Best Practices in Ruby, how to save time in the CLI by navigating right into file names using PATHS and how to space code using the 44::22 metric located in the bottom portion of the editor. We also discussed local and instance details in greater detail.
*Running RSPEC to check for ERRORs
*Debugging board.rb to run RSPEC
Morning session with coach Nevyn. Got help with the development environment.
* It turned out that I hadn't installed the local dependencies set with $ rake localdependenciesset
* That is why I couldn't test if the changes I had made in the Xcodeproj gem fixed the issue
* Ran pod install from the local development environment and finally got the result I wanted - the pods are sorted case insensitively :)
Learning more about testing in CocoaPods
* CocoaPods are using bacon for testing: https://guides.cocoapods.org/contributing/contribute-to-cocoapods.htmlhttps://github.com/chneukirchen/bacon
* Bacon in an RSpec clone: https://github.com/chneukirchen/bacon
July 30, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 30, 2015 17:35 UTC
Mini Morning Scrum
Teaching session in the afternoon.
* Karla taught Emma about Data models from the book Algorithm
* Emma taught Karla about the sort method and it's originally from C that coach Jake Boxer went through the other day.
- continuing to write RSPEC tests for Cork : CocoaPods
- read from this site http://tutorials.jumpstartlab.com/topics/internal_testing/rspec_practices.html to learn about RSPEC best practices
-discovered this doc site : https://www.omniref.com/ruby/gems/cocoapods/0.17.2/symbols/Pod::UserInterface/warn used it to understand some of the UI Code
- used some of the examples here to better understand recursions base case's in Java - http://danzig.jct.ac.il/java_class/recursion.html
- read section 1.1 http://algs4.cs.princeton.edu/11model/
-read http://www.the-unlimited-mind.com/too-brainy-for-my-computer-how-programing-will-become-the-next-mainstream-computer-user-evolution/ because it is about a similar topic to my CodeConf Write Up.
Session with Ross McFarland in the morning on how to break down solving a bug. I picked his brain on how he would search for the things you would want to change in the codebase. In the main directory he would do
grep -r "The string you want to look for" PrecifiedDirectory/
We used git diff to better see the changes I had already made.
To limit the search result one can do
grep -r "The string you want to look for" PrecifiedDirectory/ | grep -v filenameyouwanttoexclude
It was interesting to compare his method to other coaches methods that I've seen before. It seems like everyone find the method that works for them and stick with it.
Continued practicing Ruby on RubyMonk
July 29, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 29, 2015 17:19 UTC
Tutorial with Boris Bügling on the plugin CocoaPods label. We finished it today and released it to Ruby Gems :D https://rubygems.org/gems/cocoapods-label
Tutorial on Algorithms with coach Jesse Toth.
We had a look at this resource from Woman who code: http://meetupresources.herokuapp.com/whiteboard.html
* We also had a look at the online version of the book Algorithm: http://algs4.cs.princeton.edu/home/
* We did whiteboarding on writing a function in an iterative way and in an recursive way.
* We scheduled the next meeting on more Algorithm in two weeks after we had some time to practice.
Updated my Google Calendar to reflect the coaching sessions and the work that I am doing this week
Replied and introduced myself to a Strange Loop Organizer
Applying for Travel Grants to Strange Loop Conference in Missouri
Had a Cork Session with Coach Samuel Giddins for Cork Project
Read Why's Poignant Guide for a tiny bit
Checked for flights to Strange Loop in St. Louise
Shameless promotion of our Gem on twitter and in our slack channels
Practiced Ruby on RubyMonk https://rubymonk.com/
July 28, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 28, 2015 16:58 UTC
Lunch and Ping Pong with our GH coach Ross Mc Farland
Learning that git reset shall for ever now replace usage of git checkout and when needed git reset HEAD file.txt (can also be used to remove changes from index file while leaving the files contents intact)
Why's Poignant Guide to Ruby
Installed PRY repl. reads in put evaluates it prints it out and loops . Learning other commands such as pry help and show-doc s.each_line
Went back into Status Updates to Edit the log so that our work is listed first by work we do together than by individual work
Updated our Organization photo : Cocoagems
Updated my Trello Cards to reflect work I've completed vs. work I'm Actively Working on.
Forked a version of Cork to replace my initial Clone.
Read up on the differences between forks and Clones and the complications in between. Need to learn more about remotes.
Practiced Ruby on Ruby Monk: https://rubymonk.com/
Tutorial session on API, JASON and Swift with coach Rob Rix
Took notes from the session
Tutorial session on methods, yield, and sorting in Ruby with coach Jake Boxer
Took notes from the session
Ruby is slowly making more sense
July 27, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 27, 2015 22:36 UTC
Calendaring and Scheduling for this week of July 27th to the 31st
CP Label Plugin Tutoring Session with Boris Buegling: https://github.com/Karla-Isabel-Sandoval/cocoapods-label
Call with project supervisor Vyki
Merged pull request for our blog
Discussed future blog posts for our blog
Created and Series of Questions for our tutorial with Boris Buegling : https://github.com/CocoaGems/ScreenHeroNotes/blob/master/QuestionsforCP-Label-07-27
[WIP] Editied the About.md file on cocoagems.github.io locally
iOSTutorial with coach Rob Rix for PanelPower
Merged Samuel Giddins, Kyle Fuller's and Rob Rix's Pull Request for cocoagems.github.io
Read Chapter 3 of Why's Poignant Guide - While completing all exercises per chapter
In the morning: Worked on issue: https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Wrote some notes to our screen hero notes repo from our session with Boris: https://github.com/CocoaGems/ScreenHeroNotes/blob/master/CPLabelNotes15-02-27.md
Finished all chapters on Try Ruby tutorial: http://tryruby.org/levels/1/challenges/0
July 24, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 24, 2015 19:23 UTC
Morning SCRUM -planned on continuing tutorials (ruby) => decided to read why's poignant guide. I figured it's short enough and should give me a good foundation. Instead of trying to guess my way or look up every other part of syntax in ruby.
So far I love it. Decided it's why's all day till i can't Why's anymore than i'll switch over to reading my issue and see if i understand it better after reading WPTR.
We decided on attending the Strange Loop Conference
scheduled a project supervisor SKYPE for Monday.
Used http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8894817/whats-the-difference-between-object-and-basicobject-in-ruby to learn about objects vs BasicObjects.
Learned that Basic Objects are the parents of Objects. B.O.'s are used for creating object hierarchies like the delegator class --doesn't include kernel.
Objects (the non-basic type) mixes in the kernel module
makes kernel functionality globally accessible.
Went back t o http://mislav.uniqpath.com/poignant-guide/book/chapter-2.html while realizing that I don't quite fully understand Methods.
Worked on my iOS side project to better understand iOS development so that I better can understan how Pods work and can be used.
* Went through notes I had made during a meeting with coach Rob Rix, two weeks ago.
* The Idea is to connect the Yelp API and the Uber API or a pod to select a random bar for the user and send an Uber to the user.
* I realized that I need to better understand how to connect between different views.
* Did half of this tutorial on how to Build a Playlist Browser with Swift: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/build-a-playlist-browser-with-swift
* Set up the first commit: https://github.com/emkosz/BarRoulette
Team CocoaGems  — at July 24, 2015 00:17 UTC
Lunch and touching base with our former teacher Jannardan.
Teaching session with Karla. We showed each other what we had been working on lately and showed each other some tricks and new knowledge.
Karla: [WIP] forgot to fill log that day will do so shortly
External meeting about personal development to better deal with emotional challenges. It's hard work to learn development.
July 22, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 22, 2015 17:29 UTC
Morning Scrum and Re-Cap Finishing Edits before submitting our RGSoC blog post.
After noon session with Boris Bugling (CP) for CococaPods Plugin Label .
Learned about using git diff religiously and about getting rid of podfiles in label.rb.
Reading up to learn how to create our own gems -- learning about gems here : http://guides.rubygems.org/make-your-own-gem/
Prepared for CocoaPods Label Plugin by reading through the code and the previous commits
Created a repo for ScreenHero Notes on our CocoaGems Org: https://github.com/CocoaGems/ScreenHeroNotes/blob/master/NotesOnCocoaPodsPlugIn
Editing on RGSoC blog post
Learned about sort, blocks and other Ruby related things
Team CocoaGems  — at July 22, 2015 15:04 UTC
Worked on the blog post for RGSoC
Continued working on the sorting issue learning more about .sort, sort! and blocks
Created a RGSoC gh-_pages file
Had a coaching session with RobRix on iOS
Did a mini session on CocoaPods with Nevyn Bengtsson
Wrote up answers to our 1st Blog Post, edited, pulled, and pushed the file.
July 21, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 21, 2015 00:07 UTC
Spent the majority of the day learning how to run RSPEC tests with this tutorial http://code.tutsplus.com/tutorials/ruby-for-newbies-testing-with-rspec--net-21297
Found out that the tutorials ruby version was older than mine- following along with the tutorial was still a valuable use of my time. I learned the basics of RSPEC and also installed a homebrew tree.
Went over my CLAide list to identify how to work on copying the Cocoapods gem spec into a new cork.gemspec in gemspec
Applied to Strange Loop Conference
Interview at a company
Ticket raffel for conferences. Thank you RGSoC
Continued working on issue https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Tried some new theories and got some help from mentor Sam. The pods don't get sorted where I thought.
July 17, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 17, 2015 17:49 UTC
Morning SCRUM Remote Style
Updated a couple lines of my LinkedIn
Reading up on the attr_accessor
Touched base with one of my mentors by writing a mini email to congratulate her on one of her upcoming workshops.
Learned about test http://rspec.codeschool.com/levels/1/challenges/5
Session with Coach Nevyn about tests and CocoaPods source code
Worked on https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
Session with Karla about what we have learned lately
July 16, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 16, 2015 23:17 UTC
Morning Scrum Meeting
Reviewed Notes from coaching session on CLAide with Segiddins
Re- Read the CLAide Repo and Source Code to understand the issue and to get familiar with the structure
Read up on instantiation, initialization,Super Classes, Inheritance,
Ran into Berkeley Coach Sean Mackesey by accident while studying at a cafe and went over Bundler, Gem Spec Files and Gem Files
He suggested reading the Bundler Source Code (since CLAide is modeled after Bundler) and also that we understand why gem files, gem specs and bundler exist--when to use them and to study up on dependencies..especially dependencies of dependencies. Noting this here since this was an impromptu meeting and both my team -mate and I can benefit from this knowledge:
Continued working on https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues/3684
- Went through the CocoaPods codebase. I think I finished the first task of this issue, to figure out where the targets are created.
- The next step is to write a test and run that test. Reading up on tests.
- Read up on Module etc in http://ruby-doc.org/
Team CocoaGems  — at July 16, 2015 02:11 UTC
Finished the blog on getting to know CocoaPods and getting into Open Source: http://cocoagems.github.io/blog/how-to-get-involved-in-open-source-getting-to-know-cocoapods/
- edited the text after review from Karla, Nevyn and Orta
- added links to talks
Added support for specifying author in our bog: http://blog.sorryapp.com/blogging-with-jekyll/2014/02/06/adding-authors-to-your-jekyll-site.html
Edited the README.md : https://github.com/CocoaGems/CocoaGems.github.io
Continued on the issue https://trello.com/c/8KavhxDD/29-cp-issue-case-insensitive-5
- Read up on the .map function in Ruby
Continued reading Chris Pine: Learn to program
Set up a Cork Repo with CocoaPods Coach Samuel Giddins to extract CLAide from CocoaPods Source Code to a more modular version - in person tutorial
Edited my version of Code Conf Blog Post Version 1
Read up on AFNetworking via Github and Ray Wenderlich's Tutorial
Currently reading up on Bundler to understand Ruby Gems
Read up on Creating pull requests : https://help.github.com/articles/creating-a-pull-request/
Read up on Binaries and Regular Expression Syntax to better understand CLAide Code
Hexadecimals have 8 digits all with a base 16 - Binary Codes are used for encoding data
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
July 13, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 13, 2015 17:45 UTC
Went through issues listed on CocoaPods GitHub organization https://github.com/CocoaPods/CocoaPods/issues
Sprint conversation with mentor Kyle Fuller
- planned the issues we are going to work on and broke them down into tasks and gave them story points
- added a backlog and a review column to our Trello board
- invited our mentors to our Trello board
Worked on a draft for a blogpost about WWDC and AltConf
- scheduled a session with coaches Boris Bugling and Nevyn Bentsson
- Re- read the Flow Control chapter in Chris Pine's book
July 10, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 10, 2015 19:11 UTC
Session with our coach Rachel Myers about her experience entering the tech industry.
Both of us read the 'Get of Your Horse and Stop Coding like a Cowboy'
took a quick look at a http://blog.thefirehoseproject.com
finished reading chris pine's ch. 4 on More About Methods
practiced using random number generation in RB using puts srand 1776 to return the same random number used in a sequence
For example if we give rand an integer of 7 - the number generator will return 7 possible numbers from (0-6)
lexicographical ordering : puts 'cats' < 'dog' and returns true because in dictionary order c comes before d thus its value is smaller.
Worked on Chris Pines Methods and Flow control
Revisited github-teacher/projectmanagement-cookbook for keeping track of our weekly milestones - Loren Allen Smith project
Team CocoaGems  — at July 10, 2015 18:30 UTC
took a quick look at a http://blog.thefirehoseproject.com
finished reading chris pine's ch. 4 on More About Methods
practiced using random number generation in RB using puts srand 1776 to return the same random number used in a sequence
For example if we give rand an integer of 7 - the number generator will return 7 possible numbers from (0-6)
July 09, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 9, 2015 20:38 UTC
- 2 hour long -Session with our external coach Nevyn Bengtsson about
- Podfiles, Podspecs and integrating Pods in a Xcode project
- The CocoaPods source code and Ruby
-Had a mid day Scrum
-Took a Restorative Yoga Class
- How to fork CocoaPods and start working on smaller issues
-Created more content for the About us section of CocoaGems.github.io
Mini teach on : using suggestive feedbacks available on Google Docs such as : option + command + m
Team CocoaGems  — at July 9, 2015 20:26 UTC
Session with Boris Bugling (core contributor of CocoaPods) on a plugin for CocoaPods
Google hangout with Team Exercistas
Worked on the blog for our project.
- Changed the footer
- removed some placeholder blogpost
- Worked on a new draft for the about us page
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 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
July 03, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 3, 2015 01:42 UTC
Google hangout with our project supervisor Vicky
Session on creating a blog with Jekyll with Rayel Meyers one of our GH coaches and also one after with Mislav M. also from Github
Went for a mini walk after lunch
Studied Ruby through https://pine.fm/LearnToProgram/ and RailsforZombies
Reviewed Git Commands and learned the ./~bash command to see what commands we've used previously in the CLI
July 01, 2015
Team CocoaGems  — at July 1, 2015 18:31 UTC
- Got a tour of the GitHub office from one of our coaches: Rachel Myers
- Got introduced to a bunch of people at the office
- Did a selfie from the rooftop and tweeted it
- Lunch with a GItHub employee
- Stay tuned for after lunch entries...
- Had a slack discussion with both CocoaPod and Github coaches and mentors re: podAcknowledgements
- Screen Heroed- one of our mentors and successfully installed pod Acknowledgements *Took a roof top break and admired the city views and the sunshine
* Ruby Zombie Tutorials
*Learned about Bundler and Ruby Gems
*Read Bundler docs and learned a bit about :Path