CS373: Spring 2021 Week 9

What did you do this past week?

Most of this past week, I spent time working with my team to finish up our phase 2 requirements. I was in charge of making the endpoints for the API and implementing their functionality of requesting data from the database collections.

What’s in your way?

There wasn’t anything in my way. My team has great communication going on currently to make sure we are on top of all our responsibilities. With the extra time added to the due date of phase 2, I believe we will be able to finish with some time to spare.

What will you do next week?

This coming week will include some time going over the next phase of the project with my team and planning out assignments among the team. It will also include catching up on work in my other courses and my internship.

If you read it, what did you think of the Interface Segregation Principle?

I enjoyed the reading this week. I believe it is a useful article because of all the real world applications of the principle. Though, I think it takes some practice to get in tune with it.

What was your experience of comprehensions, yield, closures, and decorators?

I had little to no experience with them before our lectures on them this past week. Though, I do see a lot of useful times to implement them in my current and future projects.

What made you happy this week?

I got my first dose of the vaccine on Tuesday which took a lot of stress off my shoulders. Also, I had some crawfish on Saturday which was my first time in awhile to have them.

What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?

My tip-of-the-week is to plan for the due date of a project to be a day or two earlier than when it actually is. This gives plenty of time during the last day or so of the project to make sure all the requirements have been met and to clean up anything that needs some touch ups.

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