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The End of A Journey Does Not Matter, It Is the Journey That Matters, In the End

I started off this week by briefing a new intern that will be taking over my project as this is my last week of internship. I organized so…

Learning from mistakes

I made a mistake when I was integrating the simulator’s functionalities into the other project. I got the wrong idea for testing the simulator but luckily Dr. Shawn…

Additional Functionalities of the API

This week I managed to finish off the REST API except for the REST client specific specifications which at that time was still undecided. Hence, I proceeded with…

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…

JSON Naming Convention

This week, I finished connecting each module to CPU via a customizable switch. I learned the importance of flexibility in design while I was designing the naming convention…

Design’s Dependency

This week, I learned the importance of creating a program that is stable without relying on information from other files. This is important when it comes to designing…

When Good Enough Isn’t Good Enough

I continued to work on the large microphone only to find it was not working. It was weird as it has same characteristics as the small microphone and…

Short Week

After a long holiday I am back in the office. This week I only work for 2 days and I only made a little progress with the bug….

Testing the Simulator

This week, my first task is to check if the simulator simulates the c++ codes correctly. Hence, I referred to the console and looked for evidence to prove…

Coding the REST API

I finally started coding out the REST API. There was not much to be noted though as it was just mainly implementing the details of what was previously…

Module by Module

I carried on with the task of designing the modules in Verilog. I had chosen to work on the Infrared Transmitter and Infrared Receiver. This was quite exciting…

One at a time

After a few weeks looking and searching for the right way how to do the query  at last I found the answer. I have to follow the tutorial…

Getting started with the project

My progress is still slow this week. At first, I struggled with generating an elf binary file from a source code.  Dr Shawn reminded me to use the…

SQLite WAL and Witty

This week was spent drafting and planning the REST API. But before delving into that, there is something that could be useful when developing future applications with Witty….

SSH over IPv6

We had a file server in the office set up to grab data from our remote server daily – for off-site backup purposes. This essentially uses RSYNC over…