Tagged: interns

USB Keyboard 0

USB Keyboard

This week, I was able to pinpoint the reason behind the erratic behaviour of the board. Upon rereading the documentation for the Harmony USB Libraries, I found out that in particular for the PIC32MZ...

Pause 0

Pause

This week I started working on front end for Dashboard. Dr Shawn has told me all the functionalities and all the things that are needed for the Dashboard so I need to find ways...

Erratic behaviour 0

Erratic behaviour

This week, I explained to Dr. Shawn about the fact that the USB code managed to work on the PIC32MX but not the real boards in which he suggested to reduce the clock speed...

Elegant Solution for POCO Caching 0

Elegant Solution for POCO Caching

This is my second time diving into the vast ocean of Poco Cache library source code. And since this is my second time studying it, I actually get a much better understanding and overview...

Material-UI 0

Material-UI

This week I worked on the front end of Boards and Projects. This two has different front end. For Boards the front end is quite simple because all the information are in list. Meanwhile...

Board Migration 0

Board Migration

After having much fun with the PIC32 Starter Kit, I am currently moving on to the real boards. As expected, the previous USB code that worked on the starter kit no longer work properly...

Just the end of the beginning 0

Just the end of the beginning

Last week was my final week in AESTE and I managed to wrap up all the C++ Drivers to spec thanks to Dr Shawn’s guidance as he nudged me ever so slightly in the...

Front End 0

Front End

I started this week by working on the bugs that I overlooked and it took me 2 days to solve all the bugs. After that I straight away working on the other project with...

Admin-On-Rest 0

Admin-On-Rest

This week started off with me making a terrible mistake. Dr. Shawn asked me to restructure the code as we need to start pushing any work related to front-end to the remote repository. I...

Tying up C++ Drivers 0

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...