@J_cordz7+Today I had my Calculus Exam and it went great! All the study hours were worth it! :quad_parrot: Also today r/place ended, and although we couldn't keep the Hack Club logo :hack-club: on the canvas it as a nice and fun experience! And that's a very cool memory to keep :D 🗃️ 🚗 Also I finished the main part of my website content, so coding is a priority for it again! And started customizing the Stats Bar for my Macbook Air :macbook-air-space-gray-screen: as part of my rice in progress! 🌾
@cwi0Arch Linux booting bare-metal on an M1 MacBook Air (2020).
@J_cordz7+Today I'm working again on the Procedural Art workshop :toitle: before moving to another one! I'm also going to rice/customize 🌾 my MacBook again! :macintosh-stcicker::macbook-air-space-gray-screen: And also. setup some terminal and CLI tools! :iterm2: I'm also following MDN Web Docs on Front End Web Development! And here's an image of my first scrapbook post, now turned into a emoji using #emojibot :stickers: ! Lastly tomorrow I have Biology as I said yesterday! So I'm going to be sharing more cool images of tissues on the microscope! 🔬 🧪 :labtocat:
@J_cordz7+I'm going to be moving my Linux install to a VM on my M1 Macbook Air using UTM! This is because there are some things I'm trying and building with Linux and I will going soon on a trip and I can only take one laptop, this is going to be a very interesting experiment, because I will be using an ARM based virtual machine for the first time!
@J_cordz7+There's a bug with Übersicht, so I won't be using it for my setup, today I had my Bio final test and also organized some school files I moved from my hard drive to my macbook so today I didn't worked on my projects either, but there's a small update about the most recent one I talked about yesterday, and it have to do with some science articles I have been reading since many years ago, it's a website to document something special about them!
@J_cordz7+Today I added new topics to my Obsidian Guide of things I'm going to learn as a programmer, started setting up my Dotfiles for my macbook air setup with the help of a very useful freeCodeCamp article and did more progress in my second workshop.
@J_cordz7+So, as I mentioned two days ago:
I did a fresh reset of MacOS Monterey on my M1 Macbook Air and I set up some coding tools, like iTerm and Atom and also installed Homebrew, did more research on using Git and started using Raycast after moving on from Alfred. In addition to this, I learned more about website deployment and useful tools for it and finally found the perfect domain name for my personal/blog/portfolio/projects Website, although I can't buy it at the moment.
@J_cordz7+Today I worked again on my Personal Website Workshop, almost ready to ship the final website with all the improvements done.
Next thing to do tomorrow!
Fresh MacOS Monterey install on M1 MacBook Air, setup Homebrew, re-install proper coding tools I managed to learn and keep going!!!
@Grand0Today I learned that shutting down your macbook pro every day isnt good.
@cwi0I got Kali Linux running on my M1 Macbook Air. The screenshot is in undercover “windows” mode. The vm is UTM, and it’s pretty good! It’s almost as fast as bare metal.
@kayley0KWK Day 9: I fixed a huge bug in our final project code, and the app is a little bit above the MVP right now. I have some time between now and the actual demo, so I am hoping to work on it a little bit more. Other than that, I was able to finish my mini-project 2, using segues, and I am starting to miss the MacBook Air loaner! I added some timelapses because I was basically churning out Swift the entire night (and in one of them you can kind of see the sunset too).
@kayley0KWK Day 8: I finished my part of the final project and got it all working, and this evening I am working on an old overdue project with some easter eggs included before I return my MacBook Air this Friday.
@ian6Trying to get MacOS High Sierra on an 11 year old MacBook Pro!
@sarthak0All of our Mintere sites are generated by components so you can’t do fancy stuff like negative margins and what not 😞 but anyways in Figma, I’m used to just generating a Macbook/Desktop Frame and scaling the height by x to get the exact vh for each section and then I do the fancy stuff with absolute positioning and negative margins.
Fast forward to today and I noticed something super interesting one of our designers (or both idk) which is really nice for componentized design. I might just use this method now cause it’s easier than scaling the height by x and trying to remember the original height. cc @ben
tldr: Use Auto-Layout with individual Macbook/Desktop frames and make your developers happy :)