I did a data challenge using a linear regression model in Python(imported data, extracted the feature, separated the data into train and test samples, and applied model to it)! github.com/abbyfischler/CO2EmissionML
In a python class and we coded battle bots with our new skills!
Great zoom with Karlie Kloss and Reese Witherspoon!
Attending a zoom panel for KWK with members of the adidas FUTURE team who work on everything from 4D printed shoes to performance gear.
Working on assigning people to colors in JS for a KWK theme day!
Coded button hover feature!!
Worked on getting the header to stay even when you scroll to the bottom!
Featured on KWK instagram!
Karlie surprised me and watched me present my code and gave me feedback! She is the sweetest!
Photogallery website I made of flowers for KWK there are more pics couldn’t fit in one screenshot. I learned about margin, border, and flexbox(and all of its properties).
AMAZING first day at KWK made a website about Karlie!
Preparing for my KWK camp tomorrow!!
Spent the day with friends and went to san diego!!
Playing around on CodeAcademy!!
Attended WayUp’s summer series where I heard from the CEO of codeacadmey!
Zoom with Max Stoiber!
Reading the Python for Everybody book!
I am now on the Kode with Klossy slack and start my web development camp next week, so excited!!
Doing a quick review of Database Concepts in python!
Made these slides to show the GG slack community how to follow a message/thread!Watching a video about java scanners to improve my Java skills!
I am attending WayUp Summer Speaker Series, today I am hearing from Michael Seibel, CEO at Y Combinator!
Coded my own website and linked the domain, I still have a few things to fix and change!
Attending WayUp’s Lunch & Learn Session with Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO at Girls Who Code. Its so inspiring and she is a great speaker! It’s great to hear from a female leader and a NPO founder in STEM!
Added and set up a poll tool to the Girl Genius slack in order to collect feedback/data on how much attendees enjoyed the speakers at the GG conference yesterday. This data will help me and the partnerships team choose and gain more knowledge about what our community wants/likes!
I had an amazing time at the Girl Genius Conference today and learned so much. Thanks @sg69926 for allowing me to help plan and being amazing!!
I finished my Java Gambling Game. This is what it does: It generate 80 numbers, where 20 numbers are selected as winning numbers randomly. The user will input a number and that number will then be used to check if it is a winning number or a losing number. When the game is run, there will be a balance that the player has, which starts at $10. Each bet costs $1, each win gives $5, the game ends when the player’s balance either reaches $0 or $100. Display the balance each time a bet is made, multiple bets can be made in one run of random generated numbers.The bets cannot be on the same number, each bet must be on a unique number. Regardless of if they win or lose the bet, remember that they will spend the $1. After each round of bets, the winning numbers should be randomly shuffled again
Working on a gambling game in Java!
I am attending an amazing workshop about breaking into Product Design, UX Research, and UX Writing with Lyft workers.
Orpheus-legion zoom learning so much and having fun with amazing girls!!