Go to Post The GDC is becoming sane. - Zuelu562 [more]
Go Back   Chief Delphi
portal register members calendar search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read FAQ rules

Post Reverse Sort Order Quote Username Added By
Go to Post It's only messy if you allow it to be. Jay H 237 Billfred
Go to Post Are you confused yet? Andy Grady Arefin Bari
Go to Post Imagine a time before alliances. A time when secrecy was rampid and the Delphi Forum was just in it's baby stage. Andy Grady Arefin Bari
Go to Post If it gets people talking about not only robots but science and technology, it's all good. Koko Ed dlavery
Go to Post In most cases on FIRST robots, we have more material than in we need in some places and less than we need in others. That single phenomenon is the leading cause of robot failures. Paul Copioli Billfred
Go to Post Very few things are impossible. A great many things are impractical, but not impossible. Wetzel Billfred
Go to Post Titanium is almost twice as heavy as aluminum. I can have the bragging aspect of making a bullet resistant robot, but if someone is coming into a competition and shooting my robot, I have more important things to worry about! Andrew Blair Billfred
Go to Post Its not the type of material you use, but how you use it... jrocket567 David Guzman
Go to Post What's a pirate's favorite robotics tournament? Aye-arrrrrrrrrr-aye, matey! John Wanninger Billfred
Go to Post Problem with microprocessors: they do exactly what you tell them to do KenWittlief Billfred
Go to Post Programming isn't that hard once you get the hang of it. It has a steep learning curve like math. One day your trying to figure out 1+1, then the next day they throw x and y at you. Once you understand what x and y represent and learn to think in terms of functions, it's as easy as pi. sciguy125 Billfred
Go to Post You people are weird... Now if you'll excuse me, I have some code to debug and I need to figure out where to get tank tracks. sciguy125 Koko Ed
Go to Post and thats my tip of the day. Tytus Gerrish Beth Sweet
Go to Post FIRST doesn't just prepare you for engineering, it prepares you for life sciguy125 Kyle
Go to Post I don't just participate in FIRST, and it’s not part of my life. FIRST is my life. sciguy125 Kyle
Go to Post I've got it! INFLATABLE clown fish!!!! dlavery Billfred
Go to Post I guess I'm a bit of an apple fanatic. Austin Andy Baker
Go to Post With your eyes open, there are wonders to behold, keep them closed and all you will do is bump into walls. Al Skierkiewicz KathieK
Go to Post Force yourself now, today, to learn one new thing each day. When you lay down on your fluffy pillow at night, before you say your prayers, ask yourself if you have learned anything new. If the answer is "NO" then you better get up and find something. Al Skierkiewicz Billfred
Go to Post Nothing you learn can truly prepare you for everything that comes your way. sciguy125 Billfred
Go to Post Do give credit to the mentors, because they make you who you are. Arefin Bari RogerR
Go to Post Designing for failure tends to encourage failure. Worrying about failure analysis during the competition can become a self fulfilling prophesy. Break your pots in the fall and learn how to keep them from breaking. Mike Betts Billfred
Go to Post If mentors don't respect the students' desire to learn and take an active role in the construction, they're missing the point of FIRST. If students refuse to accept the knowledge and experience of the mentors, that's not independence - it's arrogance. RogerR
Go to Post Ah, this sounds like a sitcom whose pilot I should write and send to NBC - "Life With Lavery". There's a lot of eating, several practical jokes, and lots of bad hair. Amanda Morrison Billfred
Go to Post So just stamp "GEEK" on my forehead dlavery Billfred
Go to Post Goodness gracious professionalism Billfred Conor Ryan
Go to Post When I invite a woman to dinner, I expect her to look at my face. That's the price she has to pay. dlavery Billfred
Go to Post i swear, if it were april fools day, i would not believe this whole lord dumpling/dean kamen thing...but then again, this is FIRST sure_smile Billfred
Go to Post I hope you realize that by starting this thread you have earned yourself a permanent place at the "WOEWITWISTFT" ("What On Earth Was I Thinking When I Started THAT FIRST Trend?") table. It's members are few, but the conversation is the most honest and amusing in the entire place. ;) Jessica Boucher Billfred
Go to Post EVERYTHING in life is politics. Amanda Morrison Arefin Bari
Go to Post Your entire life is a choice - a choice to believe or denounce everything that is ever said to you. Amanda Morrison Arefin Bari
Go to Post I understand that I'm in the minority when it comes to these things, so when the coverage switches to one these stories I exercise my right to change the channel. Karthik Ian Curtis
Go to Post Ya know something I heard, UFH always look beter in PINK! :) Kyle Love Winged Wonder
Go to Post "What's said in the huddle, stays in the huddle..." Mr. Lim
Go to Post Warning: This thread is long like a Ken Leung post........... but about 47 times less interesting and insightful. Brandon Martus Conor Ryan
Go to Post Engineers can really make a difference when people are in their time of need. Elgin Clock artdutra04
Go to Post We owe a lot to Bob (Hammond), he is a true gentleman. Covey41 Andy Baker
Go to Post ...some of our robots could use a proctologist Scott Ritchie dlavery
Go to Post Patents are an issue of law which, alas, has little to do with engineering or common sense. Mike Betts dlavery
Go to Post On the one hand, I wouldn’t want to discourage innovation. But on the other, I would want to encourage simplicity. Jack Jones Billfred
Go to Post Let's just say that I am old enough to... dlavery Beth Sweet
Go to Post I don't play with robots, it's much more serious than that. Al Skierkiewicz Billfred
Go to Post :( The Internet just ate my post. Greg Marra Michelle Celio
Go to Post Dee and I pooling our brain cells almost make a full deck... RoboMom Billfred
Go to Post I think Dave was tired...he kept muttering something about "eviscerating" someone. Heidi seemed to be doing most of the talking. Actually, after talking with 29,000 people, I think she lost her voice. Or maybe Dave "eviscerated" it.... RoboMom Billfred
Go to Post Nope, nope... no adults here. We're all kids. :) Andy Baker Billfred
Go to Post I searched the web for a good forum and it looks like this is the place to be. Pipisongo sanddrag
Go to Post The point is that while having the abiltity to find information in a variety of reference sources is a useful skill, it does not replace a good, complete, fundamental knowledge of your subject material. dlavery RogerR
Go to Post John is the king of vague, but then again he looks much better at a distance than he does up close :D Rich Kressly Josh Hambright
Go to Post Darn kids, how can they not be addicted to ChiefDelphi? Kyle Love Andy Baker

All times are GMT -5. The time now is 05:51 AM.

The Chief Delphi Forums are sponsored by Innovation First International, Inc.

Powered by vBulletin®
Copyright ©2000 - 2018, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Copyright © Chief Delphi