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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….

Flexibility in Naming

This week, I made a documentation about naming convention. I learned the importance of documentation and communication because it ensures a smooth workflow of project and it helps…

Half Done

At the beginning of this week, I realized I had only another month of internship to go which made me feel bad over the fact that I was…

Working on the Query Builder

After doing some reading I managed to find the right SQL. I tested it on PostgreSQL first because that’s how Dr Shawn taught me. He told me before…

Relief

This week did not start off well. Despite spending the weekend trying to get the application to work on the Pi, it still kept on crashing in most…

PIC32 TCP Performance & The End

I spent this week measuring the TCP performance of the CORS program. We wanted to know how fast can the board actually perform from a network perspective. I…

First week in Aeste

On my first day of internship, Dr Shawn talked me through a git branching model and I proceed to study more on Git for the rest of the…

Input Characteristics Determine Debounce Time

After much reading and some calculations, I learnt that theoretically the ideal bits of the LFSR counter in my design should result in the range of 300 µs…

The Bug Hunt

With the deadline approaching, I spent the last week making sure that the application is accessible and user-friendly enough for the end user. This was mainly accomplished with…