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.]
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.
In the spirit (no pun intended) of Halloween, today I’ll present you a few tricks (not a…
During the lecture, Prof. Colin told us to “ask for forgiveness, not permission”, and it struck a chord with me right away.
Yay. I’m still alive after CS3216 ended.
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.