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  • everyone.

  • Welcome Top six.

  • I'm Quincy Larson with free code camp.

  • I am joined by Matt Dillman, CEO and co founder of Nettle.

  • If I cool from Port, the CEO and co founder of Forms Free, and Chris Anderson, the lead developer evangelist for, uh, for Fiona.

  • The database.

  • So today we're going to be talking with a lot, Actually, seven.

  • I said top six, but actually, we decided to extend it to 1/7 1 because we were so bowled over by the quality of the submissions.

  • We're gonna be talking with seven teams of hackathon participants, many of whom did not know one another 36 hours ago came together, and I felt so amazing stuff.

  • We're going to see that amazing stuff, and we're gonna get to the bottom of how they built it and who they are.

  • So first, we're gonna start with caption this and gentlemen, for us to start with you just a quick introduction.

  • Who you are, where you're from.

  • What you do my news.

  • If you jam from New Hampshire on dhe, I actually am a technician.

  • I work for a cheese aviation, so as a technician and I just graduated from off the Granite State College.

  • Yeah, that's what I do.

  • And I love cooking.

  • Great.

  • Thank you.

  • You're welcome.

  • And congratulations on recent.

  • Thank you.

  • I'm David Carter.

  • Um, I just moved to San Francisco in July, and I'm originally from the Antelope Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster.

  • And, um, right now, ever could've were press agency.

  • And so I'm looking to get more into reaction jam step.

  • Great.

  • Are you a raucous hand?

  • I guess.

  • Hi.

  • My name is Sam.

  • I'm a Cuban engineer on our live in Sunnyvale, California.

  • I actually started learning friend and development at Free Court Girl.

  • So this is for me?

  • Yeah.

  • I'm condemning alone.

  • More off front end, like the act.

  • Another Reeboks.

  • So, yeah, I'm really excited.

  • Thank you so much.

  • Well, perhaps you could go ahead and give us a very quick demonstration of how Captain was worse.

  • All right.

  • So, caption this is basically gonna present you with the random gift.

  • So every time you load the page, it's gonna get a random gift.

  • Um, so if you don't like it, you could always press this next button, and you can choose better gifts.

  • And so you get enter in any Captain you want.

  • Submit it and it's gonna add it to our list of Smitty gifts and every user could whether or not you submit a gift, you can vote.

  • We're going to rank all of these emissions by votes.

  • So the most popular always be at the top.

  • Um, and we've added authentication with Delphi right on.

  • You've got some pretty cool gifts here, too.

  • And very good captions for someone.

  • What's your favorite so far that you what What Captain are you most proud of?

  • Um, good leader, actually.

  • Way added our authentication.

  • Think Just see, Where did you get the gifts from a B ice cold?

  • Oh, maybe he's got a jiffy.

  • Suddenly, Yeah, that's where.

  • So where do you stand on, like Gift versus Jeff?

  • Everybody who pronounces a gift say woo ready set Woo Everybody who pronounces it, Jeff say woo great.

  • Well, judges, what do you all think so far?

  • It's great.

  • I really love this one.

  • I think it's fun.

  • I think it's kind of a cool.

  • I like that.

  • You cannot vote it, and then everyone can see that it's participatory.

  • It's kind of, uh, school.

  • Um is a good scope, a lot of times hack APS will over scope or under scope, and it's hard to be impressive like that.

  • But it's impressive.

  • Thio bring it mostly to completion because you picked the right school.

  • Yeah, I would certainly share that opinion.

  • I've seen so many HACKATHON projects that are extremely ambitious is when they have to pare back all there ambitions right before the demo time.

  • But it looks like this is something that was definitely doable within the time frame.

  • And yeah, and you're like, you did great.

  • Did you have any sort of top things she would have liked to do with the Western time?

  • From that, you had to scope back from war.

  • There is.

  • We wanted to tie voting to user authentication.

  • Right now, we're just storing that waste local storage time that into the user would have been nice.

  • You flew with stories of smarts, gradual way of getting there.

  • You imagine?

  • You'll keep packing on it.

  • Um maybe I right on.

  • And, uh, what kind of collaborative filtering method are you thinking about?

  • Are you thinking about like a like read it or hacker news or some of those other collaborative filtering algorithms and or How are you planning for things To gradually decay and fall off of the top?

  • Be on target.

  • Yeah, maybe something.

  • Well, I mean, there are plenty of models.

  • I just wanted to see if you're over thinking about it because you don't want the top part of thing to always be on the top.

  • Because if you want to take salt should be fresh.

  • Stuff way should have some tabs on their every same porn czar pump most popular's taps that How did you split up the work between you?

  • So he rejected all the styling stuff.

  • Get all this Jesus on Dhe.

  • He did all the Oscar party.

  • I was there for, like, adding feature sometimes on also for, like, running around like the problems of a swan on TV or forms every which way.

  • Those two guys about how we go forward, what should we do and all those things We had great help.

  • So we'd like to thank all the judges for and Upper stair during the hackathon process.

  • It was really great without them.

  • We couldn't even complete this for sure, right?

  • What have you learned from this Hackathon that you didn't know at the beginning about yourself for me like I was.

  • You know, as I said, I was recording in the free court camp online thing.

  • So I had.

  • I never work as a team.

  • I never called it as team, so it's really a different experience.

  • I believe that I really learned a lot off stuffs on how team you know owned goes up.

  • So I really I learned a lot about the teeming playing 1st 1st most think and about reading documentations that those things were very important because the AP eyes we used here and the databases we used, they were completely new for us.

  • Bar No, you know, the the judges.

  • They showed us where to go for the technical documentation.

  • So you just wait that.

  • And I think because of that so way learned probably that he has to collaboration skills, working with people in different skill sets and learning to divide the work so everyone works to their advantage is we didn't know each other before these hackathon until yesterday.

  • We didn't know each other.

  • I'm from New Hampshire all the way from New Hampshire, and if so, we just made a team and move.

  • Are there other acts.

  • You almost boot.

  • Uh, no.

  • We don't even have an idea for this is gonna spur of the moment.

  • At what point did you start shift from, like, idea and conceptualization and building your team?

  • Like At what hour of yesterday?

  • Would you say you actually, Tony, Probably after lunch.

  • Yeah, just just right.

  • Any other questions?

  • Why was the hottest thing you had to solve while building this log in?

  • Um, because we just have limited time the last hour ending yet incriminating the votes, learning out of like, we had to read and write doctor for no TV.

  • Like, how would you get it yet?

  • Great.

  • Thank you so much for coming up here and for demo ing.

  • Pleasure meeting you three gentlemen, and I'm very impressed what you've done here.

  • Great.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Thank you.

  • Just let me know when the audio's back.

  • Okay.

  • Great.

  • Yeah.

  • So?

  • Well, actually is coming up here.

  • Go ahead, situated.

  • Just take a moment to recognize.

  • Careful that.

  • What is that, like a skate park?

  • All right, so I just want to take a moment to acknowledge, uh, one of the biggest sponsors of the event.

  • I guess maybe the fiscal picture.

  • But nullify is such amazing supporter of the developer community, and they're really pushing forward with a lot of technology that's going to make the Internet faster and safer and make it easier for organizations to scale the website.

  • So Matt Dillman from nullify, is a visionary.

  • And I'm very excited personally to see where, uh, where he goes and where nullify goes in the coming years.

  • So thanks again for your support.

  • Thanks.

  • Thanks for having me here.

  • And thanks for helping bring all of this on and driving it forward and for building free code camp.

  • I think everything we do is about helping developers build things.

  • So being at a place in seeing hundreds of developers building things with olive thing, it's really exciting.

  • And on the note of people building things, using metal if I Let's talkto Haxby, are you okay?

  • Great.

  • Well, we started starting with this gentleman.

  • We'll just go, Uh, wait.

  • Got two dimensions here.

  • Yeah, uh, just tell us your name where you're from and what what you doing with your time these days?

  • All right.

  • Well, my name is Robert Wolf from originally from Europe, but I'm taking my extensive Mr here studying us design.

  • But I also like the code.

  • And when I discovered Champs take about a year ago, I saw one of the first he knows I was so excited was like telling all my friends Stop doing what you're doing to start doing going your way.

  • And I'm so happy to be here today where it actually kind of have grown.

  • And I feel like there's a lot of people around doing the same thing.

  • Great that I am until I looking a software developer here in Bay Area.

  • Andi, have I'm real exactly about that reacts different oil.

  • Then I got to know about the cats be stopped, and I have built some kind of local brothers with me on.

  • Then I got to know more about the jam stack on Brazil.

  • Exciting.

  • So I don't know what there is working on electronic organizer for the second time.

  • It's pretty good environment are here.

  • Yeah.

  • So my name is Carl Smith, and I'm a student at CSC Stanislas computer science student, and, uh, yeah, just started learning about Web technologies.

  • When I was in high school, I found out about jam static about, like, a few months ago.

  • And it was just so easy to grass and just been interested ever since.

  • Great.

  • My name is Muslim on.

  • I'm a computer science student in Embryo based in San Increase on Dhe.

  • Honestly, I don't remember how I came across free code camp, but I came across it.

  • Thankfully on.

  • I've been programming ever since.

  • I'm Brian Wimmer.

  • I live here in Oakland in the Bay area.

  • Actually worked as a project slash account manager.

  • So I like these kind of opportunities because I've never known a hack with them before.

  • But be awesome to get my hands dirty in the code.

  • And I really like the jam stack.

  • I built the number of personal websites with it, and it's such a contrast from, like, the monolithic things that I'm used Thio in the enterprise world, You know, doing it for a big client.

  • It's really refreshing to do something like that.

  • The gem state.

  • Yeah, Well, uh right.

  • Looks like you're at the helm.

  • Yeah.

  • Let me know if we can, uh, displaying.

  • You lose.

  • Isaac, pregnant is employed.

  • Unemployed again.

  • Okay.

  • Wait.

  • Just pick us.

  • We said good bye, Theo.

  • So, as you already know, our name is Haxby.

  • Where?

  • On the packet.

  • Felonies and Gatsby.

  • Um, this is the problem.

  • We're slowing.

  • If you're ever learned the language with a language up, you know, it's a terribly boring and kind of weird process.

  • Usual.

  • It's staring at pictures of people you've never seen before and try to attach your basic vocabulary to the pictures.

  • It doesn't really where I've tried to learn a language of many different abs.

  • I've never succeeded.

  • So when we came here to get her on the hackathon with how we're gonna make something that we're gonna approach learning a language differently and will be realized is that it's all about you.

  • Okay, what makes the learning language easier if this if you can relate if your bank and associate things with it.

  • So we wanted to make something relatable and also fun.

  • And that's why we created Youling Will.

  • Now what you rolling with us is it takes your instagram images and, uh, teaches the new vocab based on them.

  • No, this is how the app works.

  • So at first we authorize instagram.

  • Then we take the pictures from the instagram and in a real time.

  • We pass them through to clarify data to get image recognitions and get an idea about what is it in there?

  • Now clarify FBI returns.

  • This words the tax off the images in different languages.

  • So we pull it out in a different language off the user that he selected and we Blake West with them.

  • That's how we teach them the West.

  • Now, this is how the quiz looks like.

  • So you have the word photo that's, for example, for it and Italian.

  • And you have four pictures from your instagram feed.

  • This is my own.

  • And you have to say, I like the one that that this and thanks to clarify FBI being available in 23 different languages offer disbarred in 23 languages very easily.

  • So that's exciting.

  • Now we're gonna show you a quick demo about how it actually works.

  • All right?

  • It's bigger.

  • All right, so this is the demo that we had showed before.

  • So this is a little bit more limited in terms that we wanted to show Spanish specifically and again with Robert, but just to kind of give the idea some of these words, you know, there's obviously room for improvement Mess.

  • Corvino masking.

  • It could be a lot of these, right?

  • Okay.

  • Time ran out, for example.