Tagged: C++

Tying up C++ Drivers

Last week I successfully completed the Gpio and Spi driver heavily inspired by a third-party API so that there is consistency in the way the code is written and how it is called. Referring...

Moving on to Front-End integration

First of all, I’m glad that the days of digging into POCO library and locating the code segment which removes elements upon exipration didn’t go wasted. I managed to get the caching expiration mechasmin...

The end of a journey

After working with the project for 9 weeks, I am definitely more confident and productive than I was before. One of my task for this week is to write a REST api for the...

Implementing an API

Based on my working code which was verified via the simulator, I started the week by implementing the API for the GPIO driver. Prior to this internship I have only used standard libraries on...

Coding the REST API

I spent the entire week on coding the REST API. I had always thought that coding REST API is a very difficult task but it turns out that it isn’t really that hard at...

Halfway Point

This week marks the mid point of my internship. This week I managed to implement the basic structure of the C++ Driver with structs and functions prototypes being defined in a header file, the...

The Frightening Project Code

This week I have been learning a lot of random stuff. On my first day of the week, I tried to build the project and run it. I’m really impressed on how the whole...

First Week of Internship

Well, this is my first week of internship at Aeste Works. On my very first day, I told Dr Shawn that I’d prefer to handle software projects rather than hardware. As a result, I’m...

Why C++ Web Development

I generally receive a stunned look when I tell people that we build everything with C++ where possible, including web applications. It happened again recently and they will usually ask me – Why?!!! I’d...