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Spring Cleaning

So basically all I am doing right now is cleaning up the codebase of P3 as much as I can. There were some instances where refactoring is needed, especially for the caching mechanism part. I’ve mentioned it before, but I just want to emphasize how important tests are when it Read more…

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Almost Done But Not Yet

Week number 7 in AESTE. Last week I had problem generating a workable QR code image to attach it in the registration slip. After some discussion with Dr Shawn, he told me that the issue might be caused by the color type of the PNG file. Previously, I was using Read more…

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OS needed to run TCPIP stack

Since the only reference I have is an example code of bearSSL that is working in PC environment, in order to sort out the problem I am facing that the bearSSL server does not reply to client hello, I’ll have to look inside the source code of bearSSL. After some study, Read more…

JointJs is Really Interesting!

In this week, I spent my time trying to trigger the simulation on the schematic part as I told you last week. In the beginning, it was confusing. I definitely needed to understand first how the schematic was built. The schematic was built using JointJs as I mentioned before. However, Read more…

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Getting started with analytics

Last week, I was working on the database section of CAS. It is surely not perfect yet, in terms of class design, but sufficient for me to move on to my next tasks. I spent about one and a half day implementing the classes (CASTSVImporter, AdminImportTSVResource) that will handle the Read more…

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Unproductive Week

Nothing much happened this week since I was busy preparing for my internship report. At the same time making sure that all participants received their registration email for the competition especially for Kuantan and Kuching participants. I received an email that complained about the registration slip looks like strings competition Read more…

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Relief

This week I implemented the part where P3 is responsible for pulling the latest project files from S3. This is suppose to be done when a project has expired in the cache and is about to be flushed to the user’s storage. Therefore, it is a last minute effort to Read more…

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Productive Week!

Time flies, I am half way through my 12 weeks internship. I started my week by looking back at my first task which is the email template. After showing Dr Shawn what I have done last week, he told me that I have to modify the code so that there Read more…

HTTP Requests

Do you remember last week when I told you I am going to send fake data so that I can work on the technique of getting the code and schematic to communicate first then go back to the problem of matching the variable names with the right variable type? Well, Read more…

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Working on BearSSL

In order to apply bearSSL in the project, the first thing I need to do is to include the bearSSL library object. The source code is available as a git repository, simply type “git clone https://www.bearssl.org/git/BearSSL” in a terminal to download the newest version of bearSSL. Apart from this, the Read more…