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Going back to where I started

This week I hoped on back into a project that I did during my internship here, i.e the Competition Registration System (CRS). Basically, some changes and enhancements are needed to be made, and the registration period for the competition starts next month. Some enhancements include splitting up the composer’s name Read more…

Misfortune with Windows

Just as I was continuing to test my current server application, I bumped into another problem. This time it’s a little tricky, as it is something that only happens to Windows, while the other operating systems I tested (i.e Linux and Mac OS) worked perfectly fined. The problem this time Read more…

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Week Twelve: Goodbye

This is my twelfth and final week as an intern at Aeste Works. Continuing from last week, I was getting bandwidth and network measurements for only 1 interval after connecting to the TCP iperf server on the default TCP port. Dr Shawn came to advise and review my code to see Read more…

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Fin.

This week marked the end of my internship and I was really grateful to have Dr Shawn as my supervisor. I would like to summarise my learning experience over this 12 weeks of internship. Git Git was a version control system to note the progress of software development. Instead of Read more…

Week Eleven: Ping!

This is my eleventh week of being an intern at Aeste Works. My main focus this week was to ensure that two way communication between the USB stack and lwIP’s TCP/IP stack was working as intended. The simplest way to achieve this was pinging the USB CDC ECM device and Read more…

Software Design Pattern

In this week I was revising some design patterns to utilise them into the software development. A design pattern was a general solution and it had a high reusability. First and foremost, CPU32 was designed as a singleton. It was instantiated only once and there was a global access to Read more…

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Week Ten

This is the tenth week of being an intern at Aeste Works. Continuing from last week,  I found a way to separate normal USB packets and networking packets. This can be done by checking the twelfth and thirteenth byte of the payload found in the readBuffer. Protocols such as IPv4, Read more…