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Sep 18, 2021
Started a new hobby
I've always thought about learning how to rollerblade and I guess I finally did it!

The pandemic hasn't been kind to us all, and I have learnt to savour every little time I get to myself. Still on my first week but I'm excited to see how I'll grow to be better in this little hobby of mine! ❤️ 

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Jan 16, 2020
Launched An Android App
Launched WeightLess, a weight tracking android app to the Google Play Store!
May 31, 2019
Launched An Android App
Launched version 1.0 of Factfulnews to the Google Play Store!
Aug 16, 2018
Launched An Android App
Released version 1.0 of Pants or Shorts on the Google Play Store! This was Cobresun's first released project 🎉
Aug 24, 2021
Designed a dashboard
Built an IoT Device
My name is Pete, and I am a graph-o-holic. 

It started a few weeks ago with The Festival of Curiosity workshop on creating an air quality sensor. I quickly discovered I could send the data to InfluxData and visualise it with Grafana Labs. Since then, I've been unable to stop. 

I've started creating graphs for everything and anything I can - the house's temperature stats, local weather, IoT power plugs, the internet connection and obviously the air quality sensor.

Now, I'm starting to figure out how I can get the data out of the smart electricity meter, once it arrives. 

Please send help, or some more data to create a graph with.
Oct 29, 2018
Designed a craft-along project
Thankville is a paper countdown town that leads to Thanksgiving. I’ve seen paper Advent villages before, and I just love them — but rather than losing all our fall holidays in the tumble towards Christmas, I wanted to focus my attention on another holiday that deserves anticipation and love. Thanksgiving’s focus on gratitude and togetherness is something I love, and for that reason, I thought it would be fun to make that the central theme of this project. I want this to bring families together, both literally and not, which is why the Thankville story is appropriate for all ages.

The story unfolds as our main character, Dot, explores her world — and every week, as she wanders through a new part of town and finds a new clue, you get a printable craft to follow along. As Dot discovers Thankville, you bring it to life, collecting town buildings to fill in your map and bring the town together in time for Thanksgiving. Check it out here!
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