CS373 Spring 2022: Griffin Urban

What did you do this past week?

I spent time this past week catching up on previous work and studying for tests. Friday night we had a potluck making raviolis and one of my friends made a really nice chicken dish. Besides that, I also worked on a website I am making for the Polish Club at UT!

What’s in your way?

Like last week, I do not consider much to be in my way. Simply, I just need more work to overcome it.

What will you do next week?

I will finish both my computer science projects coming up, finish my test and play a bit of Lost Ark (releasing Tuesday). In addition I will be tabling for the Polish Club at UT so come find us!

What did you think of Paper #3: Continuos Integration?

I think the primary thing I got out of Paper 3 is simply how resistant people can be to change at first despite the obvious benefits. Continuous Integration is a prime example as many people refused to put it in at first but now the majority of companies have implemented it to some degree

What was your experience of UnitTests, Coverage, and IsPrime? (this question will vary, week to week)

My experience was probably quite normal. I did not have many issues with it and to me it seemed clear enough. Working with it on my own also taught me much about how it works.

What made you happy this week?

Definitely the cold. While it has its downsides, I always enjoy not having to deal with the Texas heat every so often! Though of course this comes with the downsides of dealing with power outages and water boil notices.

What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?

My pick-of-the-week is the icue-sdk. It’s an API for work with Corsair products that you can use to change the colors on your corsair devices by running your own code. You can, for example, grab the pixels on your screen and use that information to display colors on your keyboard so your keyboard matches your screen.




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