Exclusively being the backend developer during the course of CS3216 this semester, I chose Koa.js…
… Software Product Engineering for Digital Markets!
Surely I’m not the only one noticing the name change.
Before the presentation, I knew nothing about ShopBack. As a person with ample “frugal” mentality and thus a frequent visitor to deals/coupons websites such as Massdrop, Groupon and Qoo10, the existence of ShopBack actually surprised me a little.
[This is a long overdued blog post, serving as the 3rd part of the series on Happ, our Assignment 3’s project. Previous part is here.]
In the spirit (no pun intended) of Halloween, today I’ll present you a few tricks (not a…
Yay. I’m still alive after CS3216 ended.
So it’s halfway through the semester and we’re in the middle of assignment 3.
Thanks to Milestone 16, the assignment recreated the hype around location-based apps (at least among CS3216 students).
Picking up where we left off earlier: as we saw the inadequacy of current NUS maps, we challenged ourselves to build Happ, a map alive with real time informational displays and fun user interactions.
During the lecture, Prof. Colin told us to “ask for forgiveness, not permission”, and it struck a chord with me right away.
Last time, I discussed three PostgreSQL tips that were used in Happ. Today, I’ll talk about a few more, some of which I utilized during the development of 1our, our final CS3216 project.