• Breakable Joys: what I was missing in my breakable toys

    January 23, 2020 by

    As I picked through the list of Apprenticeship Patterns one of the earlier ones jumped out to me, as it seemed fairly obvious from the name what it was. Upon reading the description I was correct in this assumption and further I had experience with this particular pattern – even if outside of an apprenticeship.… Read more

  • Libre Food Pantry Impressions

    January 14, 2020 by

    Upon reading the Libre Food Pantry landing page I was very pleased with the vision and mission sections, as they express the better angels of a computer scientist’s nature. Often times, I get very discouraged by the field as it seems like while many people may just not care, so many more simply want to… Read more

  • Beginning of the End: Software Development Capstone

    January 14, 2020 by

    This feed will contain blogs for my aforementioned Software Dev Capstone course, as it did for the courses I have taken previously. I’m excited to share my experiences in class as well as reflections on the reading materials this spring semester.

  • CS343 Final Project – Blog 3

    December 13, 2019 by

    In this blog I hope to show what a beast typescript animations can be. To do so I’ve isolated one animation in a set of ten that control the slide in animation for each page. transition(‘HomePage <=> *’, [  style({ position: ‘relative’ }),  query(‘:enter, :leave’, [    style({      position: ‘absolute’,      top: 0,      left: 0,      width: ‘100%’   … Read more

  • CS343 Final Project – Blog 2

    December 13, 2019 by

    On the last blog I had mentioned the painstaking process of getting my sticky header to function correctly and especially so when accounting for the top margin and mobile scaling. I have provided the code below for the sticky header. @HostListener(‘window:scroll’, [‘$event’]) onWindowScroll(e) {   if (window.pageYOffset > 251) {     let element = document.getElementById(‘navbar’);… Read more

  • CS343 Final Project – Blog 1

    December 7, 2019 by

    Since this semester began, I’ve known exactly what I wanted to do for my final project, and even before the semester I’ve had this project kicking around my head. Ever since I saw my good friends personal site years ago, I thought it may be exciting to create my own, even before I even considered… Read more

  • If It’s Broke Don’t Fix it: Treating Bugs Like Buddha

    October 29, 2019 by

    For my last blog for this course instead of taking one particular course subject, summarizing it, and theorizing about what actual implementations may look like – I’d like to look at the whole course and do the same. More specifically, I would like to cover how bugs or defects are actually addressed, or not, in… Read more

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