Apr 12, 2020
This week, I tried to build a bot in Rust. Read a bunch of documentation and onboard articles. I had many questions on the basic syntax, for example
mut. From learning new small pieces of knowledge, I started to take notes seriously, tried to record down each step I made.
- Draft the business plan
Build on CKB
- Made testnet and devnet run, and Brian posted Experience report - first time building and running CKB
- Research on existing CKB SDKs
- Draft grant application
- Registered a python course
- Learn from Rust docs and videos
- Command line learning
Built the Coconut report to Hugo site, it can be visited by impl.dev
For rust & blockchain:
- Read Eth 2.0, rust projects for RiB
- Blockchain VMs list
For blockchain grants opportunities:
- Eth wishlist
- Web3 grants products
- Nervos wishlist
- The State of Ethereum 2.0
- What to Expect When ETH’s Expecting
- How to Validate Bitcoin Payments in Ethereum (for only 700k gas!)
- Generated local docs by
yarn docsto read ckb-sdk-js easily.
- w/ Alex & Brian
- w/ Kevin
- w/ Jan
- w/ Xuejie
- w/ Qian LF
- w/ Antonio
- w/ Ronen
How to maintain your coffee grinder
There is a natural, effortless way to maintain your coffee grinder:
I guess everybody would keep rice at home, especially in the COVID-19 period. You can just put a handful of rice in the grinder – make sure there are no other hard objects (e.g., sand) in it. By grind the rice, the coffee oil that stuck on the grinder’s disc will be removed and absorbed by rice flour. Put in some freshly roasted coffee beans after that to remove the rice flour.
Got a unicorn coverall from Jane
Lovely and inspiring gift. I couldn’t stop jumping around inside the small apartment.
Found whiskey in Utah!
We went to (might be) the only liquor store to buy scotch whiskey and wine – we can only find beers in 7-11 or grocery store.