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 ## Meetups so far ## Meetups so far
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 +### 18 November 2019 - Job Allocation
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 +This month'​s task was to design a system that could allocate jobs to "​workers"​. In the example given, we were asked to design an system to allocate printing jobs to a set of 3D printers.
 +Most teams applied object-orientated programming (OOP) to represent printers, allocators and/or jobs.
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 +Solutions:
 +  * https://​github.com/​foster999/​job-allocation
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 +### 30 September 2019 - NASA API
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 +The task this time was use a NASA API in one way or another. NASA host a number of [API'​s](https://​api.nasa.gov/​) themselves, though some teams opted to use 3rd party API's to [locate the international space station (ISS)](http://​open-notify.org/​Open-Notify-API/​ISS-Location-Now/​). Most teams attempted to plot this location data on a 3D or interactive map using various plotting tools.
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 +Solutions:
 +  * https://​github.com/​foster999/​NASA-is-on-your-side
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 +### 3 September 2019 - Laundry Alert
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 +This sessions project was to design a laundry alert system, using a weather API. Most groups used sun light, temperature and chance of rain to predict the best time to take out or bring in the laundry. Some also tried to link this up to an automated alert system (e.g. Twitter bot).
  
  
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   * https://​github.com/​nicoleneo/​codehub-python-dojo/​blob/​master/​game_of_life.py   * https://​github.com/​nicoleneo/​codehub-python-dojo/​blob/​master/​game_of_life.py
   * https://​github.com/​Geekfish/​dojo_game_of_life   * https://​github.com/​Geekfish/​dojo_game_of_life
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-### 3 September 2019 - Laundry Alert 
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-This sessions project was to design a laundry alert system, using a weather API. Most groups used sun light, temperature and chance of rain to predict the best time to take out or bring in the laundry. Some also tried to link this up to an automated alert system (e.g. Twitter bot). 
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-### 30 September 2019 - NASA API 
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-The task this time was use a NASA API in one way or another. NASA host a number of [API'​s](https://​api.nasa.gov/​) themselves, though some teams opted to use 3rd party API's to [locate the international space station (ISS)](http://​open-notify.org/​Open-Notify-API/​ISS-Location-Now/​). Most teams attempted to plot this location data on a 3D or interactive map using various plotting tools. 
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-Solutions: 
-  * https://​github.com/​foster999/​NASA-is-on-your-side 
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-### 18 November 2019 - Job Allocation 
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-This month'​s task was to design a system that could allocate jobs to "​workers"​. In the example given, we were asked to design an system to allocate printing jobs to a set of 3D printers. 
-Most teams applied object-orientated programming (OOP) to represent printers, allocators and/or jobs. 
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-Solutions: 
-  * https://​github.com/​foster999/​job-allocation 
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