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Get My Self-made Blog Using node.js

I had this personal project because I saw the self-made blog my coworker made is awesome. Then I was lucky to have a predecessor to teach me how to do this project. However, trust me, node is hard, it's really pain in the rear. It almost killed me several times. Fortunately I made it, and to be honest once you set up everything for node.js, it can provide you with lots of awesome useful functionalities. I am sure if you want to learn something about node.js, you will suffer from it, but after you are done it, you will be very proud of yourself.

I try to be a nerd every month(try to post a new technical related passage every month). I should have posted this blog last month, I was so busy with my new semester. BTW, I miss my summer so much!!!

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Get My Self-made Blog Using node.js

How to edit videos

I really like anime. When I saw other people's self-made anime show which is gathering different fragments of anime together and accompanying with self-favorite music and subtitles, I really feel like I want to do this. Then I found the biggest surprise of Mac. One of its video apps named iMovie really impressed me and makes everything so easy and entertaining.

After I finished my video, I found the song I used is a Japanese song. Although I can generally understand, it's meaningless if others who see my video don't get it. In this case, I found a free app which can help me edit stylish pretty subtitles named Aegisub.

Aegisub can only help you make a subtitle file which is separated from the video, so you need to embed your subtitle to your video. I used XviD4PSP for burning the subtitles to my video.

This is the video I made and uploaded to Youtube: www.youtube/xUvjtHbZAYg

Some Fun In Hardware With Software

I recently attended a workshop about how to write program for sensors, which is very interesting. There are all different kinds of sensors, such as temperature sensor, humidity sensor and PM2.5 sensor etc. You can do a lot funny things with all these sensors.

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In order to program for these hardwares, you need a breadboard, CPU chip, power chip and whatever sensor you would like to play with. What I am doing after workshop is trying to use bluetooth in breadboard to send out the data from the sensors to the Android phone, Android phone sends out data to database and making a website to manage all data. The finished board is kind of complicated, but it's really interesting.