September Status Update

Published 2020-09-18 on Cara's Blog - Permalink

September brings with it cooler weather and decreased time, now that school has started again. I’m going to be shifting more and more time to my schoolwork and away from my side projects, especially because this is my senior year. With that said, I’m prioritizing FLL-Scoring, because I want to get that done for the next season.

FLL-Scoring

I’m rewriting this to take advantage of the new monolithic app and to get issues ready for Hacktoberfest next month. Other than that, not much is going on.


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