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Week One

This was the first week being an Intern at Aeste. One of the tasks given this week was to learn about Git. It’s a version control system primarily used to efficiently manage code in software development. There are a lot features that makes Git a powerful management tool. We can Read more…

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A long journey ahead

On the first day of the internship, I set up my AESTE account and import the PKCS#12 certificate into the chromium browser. As I started interacting with the xubuntu environment, I spent some time reading through the common Linux commands online and learned how to use the terminal effectively. In Read more…

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Slowly Gitting It

Internship begins this week. As Dr Shawn was not around, I was introduced to the work environment by my colleague Gabriel. First things first, I got into setting up my work environment and got into knowing how things run in the company with the help of Gabriel. After the introduction, Read more…

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End of My Internship

This is the last week of my 10-week internship at AESTE. As planned, I spent the entire week writing up the Github wiki documentation for: CAS (Database schema, REST API, details on how to interpret results of analysis) CMS (REST endpoint for export) CRS (REST endpoint for export) There were Read more…

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UART Demo Progress

As I mentioned last week, I am working on simulating a real UART device. Do you know what UART device is? Well, let me start by explaining a little bit about it. UART stands for Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter. A UART is a microchip with programming that controls a computer’s interface Read more…

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Off I go

Time flies, I could not believe I have already finished 12 weeks of internship in Aeste. In the last week, my main job is to write the documentation about all the coding I have done in the P3MUAT project. Still, a few minor changes are done: i) Create our EC Read more…

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Final Testing and Cleaning Up

Week 11, last week I managed to use Wtemplate function inside the template file linking with the information that I needed. I am really excited about this because previously I had problem linking the information into the another function due to some c++ structure and syntax issue. To be more Read more…