Principles of the Agile Manifesto

For my CS capstone’s setup task 5, I have decided to write about my thoughts on the Principles of the Agile Manifesto linked to in the values section of the about page for LibreFoodPantry. Like the name suggests, the Agile Manifesto keeps you on your toes. Developers must be ready and able to respond toContinue reading “Principles of the Agile Manifesto”

An(other) Introduction

With the semester starting, my blogs are back. CS 448, the software development capstone, requires regular posts. As such, I will be writing posts about my sprints and about readings from the book Apprenticeship Patterns: Guidance for the Aspiring Software Craftsman by Dave Hoover and Adewale Oshineye. I’m looking forward to this course and IContinue reading “An(other) Introduction”

Final Presentation Eve

With CS 343’s final presentation tomorrow, this will be the last post for this project. (Unless I choose to keep playing around with it later) The work on this project has really helped me learn HTML, CSS, and TS. The newest feature I added to my Pokedex SPA was having the background colors linked toContinue reading “Final Presentation Eve”

CMMI and TMMI

After CS-443’s class this week, I decided to further investigate CMMI, Capability Maturity Model Integration, process model. I found testbytes’ article, “What is CMMI? (Capability Maturity Model Integration),” to be illuminating. This article gives an overview of CMMI and why it is used in software development. At the end of the article is a linkContinue reading “CMMI and TMMI”

Mutation testing

Time to read up on mutation testing. Jasper Sprengers’ article, “Sensible mutation testing: don’t go on a killing spree,” gives a small overview of mutation testing and then explains how killing all mutants is not always necessary. The article uses an example to show how a simple class requires extensive testing to kill all mutants.Continue reading “Mutation testing”

Getting Checkstyle-ish

After today’s CS443 class, I decided to look further into Checkstyle. “How Open-Sourced Projects use Checkstyle,” by Sider Team is a thorough article about Checkstyle. I focused on the sections containing the Checkstyle overview, the default check item categories, and the default coding styles included with Checkstyle. After doing this, I would recommend to othersContinue reading “Getting Checkstyle-ish”

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