Final Project: Day 3

Today, I worked from home.

Actually, no I didn’t. I don’t even think I got out of bed much. I watched “The IT Crowd”, finished the last book (so far) of the Game of Thrones series, started a new book, made food for my house hosts, cleaned…I literally did everything I could do that wasn’t coding.

And then I did a little coding (about thirty minutes or so) and talked to my A B testers. Yeah, that’s right. I’ve been in school for two months and my final project is going to have testers. I also have a deadline — September 30th. This is the day that my testers will be telling me what they like and hate about my app and what breaks when they use it so it’s user friendly and works for their needs. Basically, what I got done so far was have awesome but not great code-wise. I’m still proud of myself and I think I got a lot of things accomplished that were not code-related but, it is what it is.

I am excited about going home to Orlando this week. I’ll be learning some AuthO and looking at other people’s ideas for web applications from the Orlando campus.

As promised, since it was a slow day, here is my commit for the day:

git commit -am "Really proud of my insta button. Also added animations to the landing page. But like media queries though..."
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