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Server Application

There are many joys in life that bring meaning to the frustration that precedes them. Joys like the sweet relief of seeing actual running code. This week, as that little introduction might have implied, went smoothly, perhaps the universe’s way of making up for last week. It was my third Read more…

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The Other Side of Learning

Time runs faster in Aeste, between learning how to use new tools, reading documentation of new libraries, and the seemingly endless process of research that proceeds every step you’re taking in a project, it’s often hard to catch up with time. My second week in here wasn’t very different than Read more…

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First week at Aeste

I had expected plenty to go wrong on my first week; felt under prepared and built a hundred scenarios of how it might go wrong. However, it was quite the opposite, the place was very warm and welcoming, and I cannot recall a period in which I learned this number Read more…

Generating Infographics

To provide more value for the candidates in the competition, my task this week was to generate graphs which will be sent to them by email, that depict how well they did in relation to others. I started with using a TSV parser to pass the spreadsheet I generated earlier Read more…

The Second Week

I have started this week, making sure that I completely understand the concepts of wt. Once i finished with wt, I need to understand dbo and how wt and dbo related to each other in web development. Dbo is an object-relational mapper for C++. Based on my study, it simplifies Read more…

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 to the latter, I’ve alse included a T3 namespace so that functions are now called via Read more…

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 done without any error despite having run into several problems before. For example, the actual code Read more…

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 GNU debugger. I am familiar with the structure of a REST api because I have been  Read more…

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 C & C++ and this would be the first time I’m implementing an API. Initially I Read more…