Last week we introduced the nitty-gritty details of our project in a presentation held at our local hackerspace, P-space. The presentation attracted a lot of people interested in learning how codebender works under the hood and how they could help the project evolve.
There are 2 and a half weeks left before codebender’s workshop in Mozilla’s festival in London and we are offering a sneak preview of what’s going to happen there. In Saturday, Oct. 27 at 18.00, we are organizing a local Arduino workshop on our hackerspace in Patras, P-Space. Everyone is invited to learn why the Arduino is so awesome and how codebender allows you to program faster and easier.
On Friday, October 12 at 19.00, at the local hackerspace P-space, the codebender team will give it’s first presentation of the project. We will give a short introduction of what has been done so far, our current state as well as the team’s future plans.
It is bad enough to have bugs in your code, let alone if the compiler’s output is bland and boring. Well, not anymore! The time has come to make codebender a bit more colorful.
All the important keywords in the compiler’s output are now highlighted just like the output you would get from Clang! We tried to follow the original color scheme to make long-time Clang users feel like home.
“Cool guys” just got cooler! T-shirts are finally printed and already shipped. For extra coolness we’re adding 5 codebender pin buttons in each package! You can check the goodies in this (upside-down :P) tweet! ETA is around 8-10 days for International destinations and 3-6 for the EU. All packages are sent prepaid(of course) and signed-for.