Hey everyone! This is my final blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

Since this is my final blog post for this course, I wanted to leave some key takeaways I learned and my overall thoughts on this class.

Takeaways:

  • test first, test during, test after; test, test, test
  • when designing…

Hi everyone! This is my twelfth blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I finished working on the Darwin project with my partner. I found this project to be a great way to practice and challenge myself to not rely on getters and setters but rather use a delegation strategy…

Hi all! This is my eleventh blog post for CS371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

This pas week, I worked on the Darwin project with my partner. We were slightly disoriented with the project requirement of not using getters or setters in the beginning, but after writing out our design and discussing it…

Hey everyone! This is my ninth blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I finished up the Allocator project with my partner. We already began working on it during our Spring Break and made lots of progress, so the final few days were very chill.

Outside of OOP, I continued…

Hi all! This is my eighth blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I began looking at the source code for Project 3: Allocator. After walking through the examples in lecture and working through pseudocode for the major functionalities of the project, I have a better understanding of the expected…

Hi everyone! This is my seventh blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

My partner and I finished the Voting project. It was a great opportunity for us to practice handling I/O in C++ as well as use objects and classes to simplify our solution and make it easily understandable.

Hi all, this is my sixth blog post for CS 371P: Object Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

With classes back in session, I had to get back in the routine of studying, working on assignments, and attending lectures. …

Hi all! This is my fourth blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I submitted my Collatz project. I tried to be very meticulous with following the steps of the workflow and having all the required files listed on the rubric, but I guess we’ll see how well I followed…

Hello everyone! This is my third blog post for CS 371P: Object-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I began working on the Collatz project. …

Hi all! This is my second blog post for CS 371P: Objected-Oriented Programming

What did you do this past week?

I didn’t do much for this course since the first few lectures have been the same as the lectures from SWE last semester, event the Collatz project. I’ll just have to review C++ programming soon.

What’s in your way?

Nothing at…

Samantha Tuapen

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