why i’m so proud of frc team 694 and their two cube auton this year

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why i’m so proud of frc team 694 and their two cube auton this year

May 19th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Two years ago, I offered a prize if the robot could score a certain number of computer vision (CV) shots. The prize was custom printed M&Ms. This year, I offered a challenge again. I’m not doing a challenge every year. The challenge needs to meet certain criteria: Significant jump in tech capabilities Significant jump in […]

using eclipse launch configurations to deploy FRC robot code faster in eclipse

February 18th, 2018 by Jeanne Boyarsky

I use Eclipse launch configurations at work and coding at home all the time. It never occurred to me to mention them to the team until last week. A student asked “is there a way to use a keyboard shortcut to deploy.” Before For those not familiar with FRC (FIRST Robotics Challenge), the deployment procedure is: […]

maker faire and heat plan

September 25th, 2017 by Jeanne Boyarsky

Is there something with every other year and Maker Faire weather. In 2013, we exercised our rain plan and had a giant goldfish bowl of rain! In 2015, we used our rain plan again. Last year, it rained overnight, but not during the event. This year in 2017, I was excited about the weather. It […]