ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Espectro Programming – 8 April 2017

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Hello Saturday πŸ™‚

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Every Saturday kids report their progress or ongoing project πŸ™‚ Koosha created an “operating system” using batch file πŸ™‚

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very interesting πŸ™‚

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Even Faris wanted to try it πŸ™‚

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Koosha finally find out how to change the colors of neopixel πŸ™‚

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Clarence came with lots of progress πŸ™‚

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He is still working on data visualization

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He was asked to read a sensor and display the reading, and he did πŸ™‚

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Raul followed the handout very smoothly today πŸ™‚ He finished all the task: button, button to serial monitor and neopixel πŸ™‚

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We had a newcomer: Danesh πŸ™‚ Danesh Mom is a Coding Mom Alumni. She understands about coding so she was really helpful with the painful process of installing today :0

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Don’t worry Danesh, we will use the toolkit as soon as we finish with this installation and setup process πŸ™‚

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We also had Gyan joining Espectro Class today πŸ™‚ He also had to gone through painful process of installation and setting just like Danesh did πŸ˜€ We had to continue next week πŸ™‚

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Rafi finished his tasks too πŸ™‚

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Rafi looked so happy to see how neopixel changing colors like RGB LED πŸ™‚

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After 2 weeks of installation etc process, now it’s getting easier to do things with Espectro πŸ™‚

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A scene of friendship today in the class πŸ™‚

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We already have plans for next week πŸ™‚ Will be reporting very soon πŸ™‚

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ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Espectro Programming – 1 April 2017

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We were still working on installing drivers, libraries and board for Espectro yesterday πŸ™‚ The beginning is always hard and tricky πŸ™‚

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Espectro has been running well on Mama Ren’s laptop, so yesterday they tried to make Espectro work on Ren’s laptop

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We had a newcomer, Rafli πŸ™‚ He’d gone through all the steps, the only thing we hadn’t had time to figure out is Espectro configuration on Mac (we’ve done installation on several Mac’s but this one is a bit different)

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We also installed Minecraft and Spigot Server for the next class while waiting the Espectro libraries downloading

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Muhammad had successfully finished Espectro installation and configuration so he was on duty to help his friends πŸ™‚

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Muhammad and Mama Ren helped Raul with the final steps of configuration

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Koosha and Dad realized they forgot to bring the Espectro, lucky that ProCodeCG has 2 Espectro πŸ™‚

Rafi (on the left) was downloading handout to execute final step of Espectro configuration

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A nice Saturday for tinkering like always πŸ™‚

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Hello Farrell πŸ™‚ He was back after a while and he also forgot to bring his Espectro and toolbox πŸ˜€

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So Farrell was doing some research about his sensor projects and a alsoΒ about Minecraft Modding

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Capt. Reza was given different task: to create Knight Rider pattern with Espectro on board neopixel πŸ™‚

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The folder where variants folder and boards.txt has to be copied to the other directory

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Rafi’s neopixel worked! πŸ™‚

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All in all, we made progress with Espectro yesterday πŸ™‚ There were also new friendship in the class πŸ™‚

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Kids πŸ™‚ One day they hate each other the other day they play together LOL

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We’re going to explore more things with Espectro next week πŸ™‚ Don’t worry we will help kids who haven’t finished installation and configuration process πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG Kids Regular Coding Class – Espectro Programming – 25 March 2017

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Our first day with Espectro πŸ™‚

Today the class was set up by Zahran + Dad and Muhammad πŸ™‚ Many thanks πŸ™‚

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Awa was really happy to use a Macbook for the class today πŸ™‚

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But today was not easy

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We had to install lots of libraries and drivers. It took so much time, so we had to continue installing next week

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Luckily we had Koosha

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and Reza in the class, they attended Espectro Training last week so they help the class to download and install the libraries and drivers

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Well the first time is usually the hardest

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None of these kids finished the setting today

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But don’t worry we’ll finish it next week and will get that Espectro onboard LED blinking! πŸ˜‰

 

ProCodeCG – Bandung IoT Maker Day – 19 March 2017

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Yesterday ProCodeCG took part in Bandung IoT Maker Day yesterday πŸ™‚ The event was held by DyCodeX and Makestro, took place at Co&Co Jl. Cipaganti Bandung

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Makestro Products

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Intro by Dyan R. Helmi, CMO of DyCode

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This event is about Road to RIoT (Republic of IoT)

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Class of Makestro Beginner Course

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Class of Makestro Extended Course. ProCodeCG was assigned to teach this class

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Intro about RIoT by Andri Yadi, Founder of Makestro and CEO of DyCodeX

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The souvenirs for Makestro Extended Course

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Set up and preparation

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Intro to IoT

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Yes we had kids in the class πŸ™‚ They are ProCodeCG Kids πŸ˜‰ This is Koosha

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And this is Capt. Reza πŸ™‚

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We learned to blink LED on board new Espectro (ver 3)

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Prof. Budi Rahardjo explained about how diode works

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Founder of Makestro helped with library settings errors and amazed to see this kid finishing the tasks very fast πŸ˜€

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Then we learned to activate neopixel on board

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the setting is a little bit tricky but once we got it right, things work smoothly

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Then we learned to use ProCodeCG LED to create Knight Rider effect with 6 LEDs

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Then finally learned about MQTT

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Lunch break

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We installed MQTT Dash on Android devices to communicate with MQTT server

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Testing to connect to Wifi via ESPectro

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Connecting to MQTT

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MQTT worked and we started to publish and subscribe from MQTT server from Android devices

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Dad and kids having fun πŸ™‚ Nice view πŸ™‚

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We’re planning to create a class to continue this one, probably next month πŸ™‚

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A great event that ProCodeCG is very proud to be part of! πŸ™‚ Β See you next time πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG invited to an IoT Sharing Session

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Yesterday ProCodeCG was invited to an IoT Sharing Session at PAU ITB πŸ™‚ When we arrived, it was already started (we were invited to be there at 10 but apparently they decided to started it earlier), and GeekNesia had just finished the presentation πŸ™‚

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The title of this IoT Sharing Session is “Ecosystem Establishment Towards IoT-Based Smart Devices Era”

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Pak Trio Adiono, ST., MT., PhD from ITB gave some intro about the topic

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There was Pak Joe Gianto from TSM Indonesia explainingΒ about IoT in Indonesia and what is TSM Indonesia.

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Silterra Malaysia shared about the IC manufacturing company

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The ecosystem of Malaysian Semiconductor EE

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Local players and multinationals

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The location of Silterra. Should be placed on a location with the least risk of typhoon or earthquake, and have access to highly-educated technical labor source.

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Long term strategies

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Silterra’s role in the global IC market supply chain is quite impressive

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Upgrading to Silterra 4.0

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IoT is about being smart, aware and connected

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Why should we care?

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Contribution of E&E industry to Malaysian economy

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The evolution of electronic industry

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MyIOTC Β is one of Silterra product – a platform for prototyping and commercialization of IoT products

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MyIOTC incubates startups and provides IoT prototyping and manufacturing services

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IoT Smart Meter and Smart Grid

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Pak Ir. Budi Rahardjo, MSc., PhD. mentioned ProCodeCG as an educator of programming and technology that teaches IoT to kids, and probably in the future, to moms too. These are Clarence, a ProCodeCG Kid, and his mom, a ProCodeCG Coding Mum. The people in the room, especially the Malaysian couldn’t believe that ProCodeCG can teach such things to kids and moms πŸ˜€

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Before Mr. Tang explained about his IC design company, he mentioned that each time he wanted to teach her wife anything, he got scolded πŸ˜€ So he totally had no idea how to teach moms these kind of things πŸ˜€

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The company origin

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Key features of the project

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Mr. Tang is also leading the advanced ASIC design Business of AT&T Bell Laboratories

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And next, Andri Yadi the CEO of DyCodeX!

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Made in Indonesia πŸ˜‰

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He explains the IoT situations in Indonesia

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The IoT players in Indonesia

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One of DyCodeX product is Allegra. A custom-made, compact, autonomous IoT machine for delivering social engagement

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People can take picture of anything with some certain tags on social media, and Allegra will collect and print all the pic with the registered tags πŸ™‚

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DyCodeX also has HomeX, a SmartHome platform. But apparently this one is also too ahead its time so this product has to wait until the market is ready.

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HomeX is Home eXtended, extending a dumb home to a smart one

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HomeX Lamp Adapter, so it can be controlled remotely with IoT

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DyCodeX also has a smart gallon product that can send you sms when the water is almost empty, or call the store to send new stocks πŸ™‚

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The Gallon use Genuino MKR1000

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DyCodeX also collaborate with FoodGasm

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It also has a cloud Service

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DyCodeX also designs wearable devices

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The scene of Indonesia Maker

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Maker Movement is…

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Makestro Cloud (formerly iothub.id

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Choosing hardware for IoT

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DyCodeX Dev Board: ESPectro Core. Based on ESP8266

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ProCodeCG LED and Key are also available at DyCodeX Makestro Store πŸ˜‰

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All of us πŸ˜‰

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Hopefully this sharing session will create greater opportunity for us to collaborate and make greater things! πŸ˜‰

ProCodeCG codeMeetUp() #83 – Geeknesia – Embracing Indonesian Innovation via Internet of Things Concept

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CEO and Co-Founder of Geeknesia, Martin Kurnadi shared about Embracing Indonesian Innovation via Internet of Things Concept on our 83rd codeMeetUp() πŸ™‚

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We discussed lots of thingsΒ before the presentation started

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Ok, begin!
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Education background and career of Martin Kurnadi. Very impressive πŸ™‚
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Iot grows rapidly. It is very promising
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IoT potential economic impact prediction

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Examples of real applications implemented by Geeknesia
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Reporting system
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using Intel Galileo DevBoard

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.NET technology

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PHP technology
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Other real application: Smart Manufacturing
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Industrial IoT: IT meets OT

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IoT for production counting
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Manufacturing dashboard

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The factory site
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Geeknesia has done lots of awesome IoT projects. This one is implementation of line-following controller that makes mannequins move around by themselves.

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Blooming Garden Project: controller to make wire-framed flowers blooming like the real ones
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The controller

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Bedazzle Moving Gems Project
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Controlling gems to form accessories autonomously
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Lady Warrior Mask

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A controller for a mask

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Passions of Geeknesia
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Geeknesia IoT Platform
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Geeknesia provides a platform for hardware entrepreneurs to be able to collaborate, learn and build IoT projects
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It also gather crowdfunding for the hardware entrepreneurs

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Geeknesia also generates free IoT Tutorials
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than can be accessed by everyone

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IoT Challenges by Geeknesia
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IoT contents uploaded by the members
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Detailed tutorials

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Some tips form Geeknesia
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Next project

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How to contact Geeknesia
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Questions and answers

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While at the same time ProCodeCG also had a meeting with DyCodeX πŸ™‚ This is Ria, IoT Developer from DyCodeX πŸ™‚
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We took a picture
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And start tinkering with DyCodeX ESPectro Core πŸ™‚ The driver worked just fine on Martin’s laptop.
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But most of our students Windows laptop won’t install the driver automatically
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So we had to go here andΒ tofind the driver

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After we got the driver then we discuss about the GPIO and other stuff
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We had problems with reading the layout and need some clarification about the devboard design

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It was just the right decision to have a meeting with DyCodeX while having Geeknesia CEO around. We discussed super important things about IoT
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Thanks so much Geeknesia, we really have to collaborate one day! πŸ™‚

ProCodeCG Coding Mum Batch 2 – Weekend – Day #15

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Finally, the final day πŸ™‚

We prepared the display and decided which Mum went first, etc. πŸ™‚
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One of the reviewer, CEO of Tinker Games, Muhammad Ajie Santika had arrived πŸ™‚

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The other reviewer, CEO of DyCode/DyCodeX, Andri Yadi had not arrived yet due to the heavy traffic jam so we waited for a while
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Muh. Ajie Santika explained about TinkerGames, games industry, the trend and the spec of programmers needed by the industry.

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We checked and the traffic wouldn’t let CEO of DyCode through to be able to arrived in short time so we started.
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Bu Akiko created a website design for a cargo company. Actually this is for a real company, that is owned by her husband, so this work is so going to be implemented very soon πŸ™‚

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After listening very carefully
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Mas Ajie gave lots of tips and advice on how to improve the design πŸ™‚
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Bu Rieny. Designed a website for a hotel

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While on backstage… (speechless LOL)

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Bu Diana had a very simple and sleek website design for Tupperware because she’s actually a reseller of the products
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It was a very minimalist yet powerful design

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Next: Bu Anug. A design of website for maternity

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Next: Carol (not yet a mum because she was substituting her mom πŸ˜€ )

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And yaaay, DyCode/DyCodeX CEO finally arrived!

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Carol create a web design for people seeking for advices

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Now we have 3 reviewers (one on the left is unofficial) πŸ˜€

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The last but not least: Bu Yuti. She was working on a company profile website, which was a real project from a real client πŸ˜‰

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And yes, lots of questions and corrections from the reviewers πŸ™‚ The reviewers were very helpful and supportive πŸ™‚ They gave lots of feedback needed! πŸ™‚ Thanks for coming πŸ™‚

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While kids were all over the place. Under the table..

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on the bed

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jumping on the bed
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on the floor (earlier)

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on the corners

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on the back

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on daddy’s lap

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on the state of confusion (due to too many kids around LOL)

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Dads were also everywhere πŸ˜€

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The happy audience

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DyCode/DyCodeX CEO explained about the company and what they expect from programmers πŸ™‚

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The explanation was quite intimidating but that’s only because DyCode/DyCodeX is a hardcore programming company πŸ™‚

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Time for certificates! Bu Akiko!

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Bu Rieny!

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Bu Diana!

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Bu Anug!

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Carol!

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And Bu Yuti!

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Mum and the reviewers πŸ™‚
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More of us! πŸ™‚ (the supporters and mums from prev batch not included)

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Congrats Mums! Now is the time to create! πŸ™‚