What did you do this past week?

At the beginning of last week my group finalized our work on phase 2 of the project. Specifically I worked out on implementing continuous integration for all of our tests. The hardest part was figuring out how to automate selenium tests but I was able to figure it out just before the project was due. Towards the end of the week my group and I got together to discuss what needs to be done for phase 3 of the project. We also divided the work out amongst ourselves and set some deadlines.

What’s in your way?

Specifically for phase 3 of the project I’m having some trouble figuring out the best way to implement filtering, sorting, and searching. We are having trouble with how the model data is populated in our database that might require us to do some extra refining work to get everything working smoothly.

What will you do next week?

Continue to work though phase 3 and meet with my team. I’ll probably end up working on implementing sorting, filtering and searching in the backend. My team and I will also look at our grade for phase 2 and see what changes need to be made.

What did you think of the Dependency Inversion Principle?

I found it interesting. The principle’s name sounded complicated and going into the reading I was worried it would go right over my head. The author did a very good job explaining the principle but giving concrete examples. As with all these principles I’ll try to keep them in mind as I implement code.

What was your experience of +, *, ** and decorators?

I found these set of lectures to be pretty hard to wrap my head around. Specifically the exercise was a bit tricky for me to figure out. In the end I understood the solution but I’m not confident about it. I found decorators really interesting and can see their utility.

What made you happy this week?

I finally feel like I’m no longer behind with school work.

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

I’m sure a lot of groups know this by now but my group and I have found a lot of utility in looking at past groups websites to see how they implemented certain designs. Particularly this phase we looked at past websites to see how they implemented searching, filtering, and sorting.

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