Functional-Printing as Stress Relief

I love solving problems with computers. It’s my happy place. Most computers or problems will do; so long as both elements are present. Extracting a still image from a video for an engineering lab report? Sure! Making a dark mode for Oregon State’s Canvas site? You bet! Creating functional 3D prints to make small home-improvements?… Continue reading Functional-Printing as Stress Relief

Choosing Flutter as our Mobile Framework

My capstone project is “Development of an Evacuation Drill App”, and a technology we need is a mobile framework. Our choice of framework was mostly made for us, as two of our three members learned Flutter in CS 492 over the summer. Flutter is a mobile framework developed by Google using the Dart language (which… Continue reading Choosing Flutter as our Mobile Framework

Getting my Capstone Project Assignment!

Last week after a bit of shuffling I finally got my capstone project assignment – Development of an Evacuation App for Oregon Coastal Communities. It was my second choice in projects, and I’m so thrilled I was selected for it! The project description which drew me in details an app which helps individuals prepare for an… Continue reading Getting my Capstone Project Assignment!

Three Things I Learned After Taking a “Databases” Course

I’m currently working on a blog post about the work I did last winter in my “Intro to Databases” course. In that course I teamed up to build a super awesome CSA farm database-driven website. That post isn’t quite ready, so this week I’m going to discuss what I found when I reopened the repository:… Continue reading Three Things I Learned After Taking a “Databases” Course