ProCodeCG – Tel U – School of Computing – Data Science Training – Day #2 – 7 August 2019

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Day #2 of Data Science Training at School of Computing – Telkom University 🙂

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Today we learn how to crawl data from Instagram, processing it, make analysis and visualisation

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The data

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The results

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this is the result of very latest topics 😉

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Thank you very much to School of Computing – Telkom University giving ProCodeCG an honour to share a bit what we know about Data Science 🙂

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ProCodeCG – Tel U – School of Computing – Data Science Training – Day #1 – 6 August 2019

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Today is the first day of Data Science Training at School of Computing – Telkom University 🙂

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The training room

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What we learned today is how to use Python for Data Science 🙂

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we learned to process different kinds of data, from txt, csv, json to xml. Tomorrow we will learn how to process data in graphql format 😉

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The codes

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The data

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The class

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Tomorrow will do data crawling, parsing, analysing and visualising 😉

ProCodeCG Creating Games Private Class – Day #2 – 23 May 2019

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Day #2. We start to think about what games to make 😉

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This is how we do brainstorming and designing the game 🙂

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We have LOTS of ideas but we will choose one to create today: Matching Game. The game will be about matching pictures or cards. The codes:

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The prototype of the game 🙂 We took a lot of time to figure out how to identify same objects without too many complicated stuff 🙂

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Great, at least it works now. The main logics have been coded, the hard work is now on creating assets 😀

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Creating games, even the simplest ones need hard work, persistency and experience.

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There’s no such things as shortcut 🙂 We have to spend time and work 🙂

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*Photos and videos are also available here

ProCodeCG Creating Games Private Class – Day #1 – 22 May 2019

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Day #1 of Creating Games Private Class 🙂 The target for 3 days is to be able to make a game that is eligible to be uploaded to PlayStore 😉

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Before start to create a game, one should learn basic principals of programming. Today Fariq has to go through some tasks to learn the logics and basic skills to create a game

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Doing these kind of challenges and solving problems can help us to be more creative and flexible

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On the left side is a tool to create games: GameMaker

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Even though this tools is simple, it is powerful enough to create awesome games

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and also to learn programming

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An example of a simple game created with Game Maker 🙂 The first game of Fariq 🙂

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*Photos are also available here

 

ProCodeCG – 1 Day IoT Workshop – INIXINDO – 29 March 2018

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It is a great honor today for ProCodeCG to be invited to give a workshop about IoT to one of the most prominent training center in Indonesia: INIXINDO 🙂

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Preparation before the class

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The stuff

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The presentation

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The class

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Some screenshots of what we learned today

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A great day with great persons! 🙂

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Wishing to be able to collaborate with INIXINDO again very soon 🙂 Thanks so much for having us 😉

ProCodeCG Sensor Data Acquisition Training – 11 Sept 2017

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Today we trained lecturers for Politeknik Negeri Pontianak on how to do data acquisition from current sensors 🙂

Class preparation

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We split the team into two: hardware and software. The hardware team started to assemble the components

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while the software team installing the application and libraries

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ESPectro basic testing: blink

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and neopixel animation

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Then we’re ready to connect ESPectro to the circuit and sensor

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We compared the circuit with the one that has been tested and verified

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Still didn’t work

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It took lots of retrying, switching components and we tried every solution possible and think of every source of errors

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still didn’t work

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We just kept trying

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and after we changed the resistors with metal film ones, it worked! 😀

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Current reading when the switch is on

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when off

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when on and off again

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The effort was worth it 🙂 We finally finished the training and ready to collect data for further research and analysis 🙂

ProCodeCG – Private Training – Data Acquisition with ESPectro – Day #1 – 15 May 2017

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Today we had a training on gathering data from sensors using DHT11 and MLX90614 using ESPectro development board 🙂

Setting up before the class started

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We used two different computers to make sure we can do lots of things simultaneously 🙂

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we also have to make sure we have reliable internet connection and a toolbox full of anything we might need 😉

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we tested MLX90614 with Arduino

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and it worked. Next we will use ESPectro to be able to send the data via cloud 🙂

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We’re going to use the sensors to measure battery temperature

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We’re going to use multiple sensors to measure multiple batteries, so we’ve got lots of things to do, and will continue the training on Wednesday 🙂

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