Activities for Week 3 (02/28 - 03/05)
We have a lot going on this week!
- Group Assignment: Import Rows from a CSV File and Convert to JSON
- Call: Use Cases for Dat Jawn Tuesday 3pm. Google Hangout
- Working Session Wednesday 6pm-9pm at Devnuts
- Call with Mathias Buus from Dat Project Thursday 6pm. Google Hangout
Everyone should try writing the code to satisfy this github issue, or at least think through how you would write the code and test it. If you have time, take a stab at it before Wednesday so we can consider the different approaches we come up with. This will give us an opportunity to look at API design, IO streams, and unit testing.
For more info, see https://github.com/CfABrigadePhiladelphia/jawn/issues/20
Tuesday Call: Use Cases for Dat Jawn
Time: Tuesday 3pm. Location: Google Hangout
Matt has organized a call to gather use cases for Jawn. The goal is to get real-world stories about how people will be using this software. The call is mid-day, so most of you won't be able to join. That's fine! You can watch the recording, and there will be more calls like this in the future.
This will be a public Hangout On Air, meaning anyone can watch the conversation live and ask questions in the Dat irc channel https://gitter.im/datproject/discussions The call will be recorded and available on YouTube afterwards.
Wednesday Working Session
Time: Wednesday 6pm-9pm. Location: Devnuts 908 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA
This is our weekly in-person working session.
This week we'll be at Devnuts, which is the place where most Code for Philly meetups have been happening for the past few months.
Thursday Call with Mathias Buus from Dat Project
Time: Thursday 6pm-9pm. Location:Google Hangout
Discussion: Tracking Tabular Data in Hypercore
Discussion between the Dat Jawn team in Philadelphia and Mathias Buus from the Dat Project (http://dat-data.com). This is a chance for the jawn team to clarify our understanding of Hypercore and how things like Row Additions, Updates and Deletes will appear in hypercore's Merkle DAG.
This will be a public Hangout On Air, meaning anyone can watch the conversation live and ask questions in the Dat irc channel https://gitter.im/datproject/discussions