What did you do this past week?
This past week I was pretty busy with all of my classes. I think a lot of deadlines and tests got pushed together because of the winter storm, so it was kind of hectic that past two weeks.
What’s in your way?
My group was having a lot of issues with one our APIs, but I’ve found another API that we plan to use in its place. After requesting the token about 3 weeks ago, we’ve heard back from them only once. They still haven’t sent the token so we’ve moved on and found another API. Consequently, we don’t have anything in our way at this point because we were able to find another API that meets our requirements this week.
What will you do next week?
Even though next week is spring break, I think I’ll have to work throughout the break in order to finish Phase 2 of the IDB project. My group intends on finishing as much as we can during spring break so that we won’t be slammed with work the week after spring break.
If you read it, what did you think of the Liskov Substitution Principle?
Unfortunately, I didn’t get time to read the paper this week.
What was your experience of iteration, comprehendions, generators, and digits iterator?
I think the concepts are pretty straightforward. The digits iterator exercise helped clear up any confusion I had. After writing the digits iterator class I think I was more confident in regards to iterators. I’m not as comfortable with generators, but I think I’ll be fine if we go over it some more in class.
What made you happy this week?
My sisters and I were baking and cooking a lot this week, so that was really fun. We had a lot of good food for dinner!
What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?
My tip of the week would be to get some fresh air everyday. I think a lot of us at home are used to sitting at our desks all day. Back when we had in person class and went out it was pretty normal to go outside a lot, but not anymore. I’d recommend everyone try to get outside at least once a day; it really helps me be more productive.