This uses graphviz to print a .dot file to a png. Boxes are greyed out after they have been covered in the course.
To learn more about the dot format, see this pdf.
To generate the image after modifying the dot file, try this:
- Install graphviz
brew install graphviz
- Run this command to create and open the image:
dot -Tpng:quartz:quartz developerroster.dot -o devroster.png && open devroster.png
|<li>Go to the page "Stream it!"</li>|
|<li>You'll see "you're in the right place :)"</li>|
|<li>Everyone will count down to 0</li>|
|<li>When the timer hits 0, a Play Now button will appear - press it as soon as you can!</li>|
|<li>If you hit the "play now" button late that's no problem at all - when you press "Play Now" it will automatically go to the right place in the music</li>|
(don't start this early! lol)
The goal of this exercise is to learn how to pair program effectively. This is also an exercise in test driven development. Lastly, this is a team building exercise! :D
Coffeescript is being chosen as a useful language most Student Developers aren't very familiar with yet (although it's totally okay if you are).
Environment Setup & Background
- Set up your environment using these instructions.
I keep track of my PPM time separately, and I'd love to be able to run a script to run over a list like this to just upload it instead of spending 3+ hours each month inputting it manually.
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- get a more robust way to find the popup screen - maybe check for visible ones?