Hackmeetup last night was a new attendance record. It also featured Mark saying “I’m finished with this project!”, again. A Bluetooth scanner project, which was using Rhino to wrap Java APIs, again. There were some new faces, and lots of electronics know-how in the house. I learnt a ton from Micke, who show-cased his company’s […]
Tonight: Hardware theme night for the Hackmeetup. Do you have a microcontroller project? Or are interested in one? We’ll meet at Hypergene’s offices (VÃ¤stergatan 23) at 19:00 hours, this Tuesday, August 5. See you there! I’ve brought my Arduino kit with me.
This past Tuesday, we ran another Hackmeetup. Same great location, same great time. Mark ran a talk about Typography on the Web for an audience of three. For the hardware experimentation session, Carl had left, so it was Mark, me, and David, and we all worked on the same project. Mark had brought a USB-connected […]
I sat down to try understand Selenium RC yesterday night. We had a Hackmeetup, for the 8th time. I got the simplest little example to run from the command-line, but our company app was harder. The app is a very fancy in-browser desktop interface, which might cramp the style of the frames of the default […]
So, I’m the kid with the bentest back evar. Maybe, just maybe a guy behind me in the picture is benter. It was a more enjoyable experience than this sad-face photo indicated. Tags: ruby, events
Yes, this time we take it across the water. Bring yourself, your laptop, and a project. We’ll go to a Copenhagen.rb hack session, where, among other things, the ActiveOIO project will be hacked on. For all details about this meetup, see Hackmeetup.
Hi again. Today I had coffee after work with Ola E, who’s blogless, but wants to start “unblogging”. He said something to this effect: “I want to blog, but not with a blog, I want to write down what I’ve done, and what worked, what I misunderstood, and so on. Like a wiki, but not […]
Just came home from this week’s Hackmeetup. Here is the short report. Fredrik struggled onwards with Lua and C++ game hacking. Ola mentioned the Lua/C++ bridge Luabind, which was originally envisioned as a Boost::Python-like project, but generic, to hook up all C-like languages to C++. (The focus was later narrowed to being a Lua-only binding.) […]
Hackmeetup now looks better, thanks to Webby, the ASCII alchemy package in Ruby.