Tired of a long prompt in zsh? Or worse, upgrading from macOS 10.14- with a customized bash prompt, and zsh is harshing your minimalist terminal vibe? Read on to find out how to fix it, and how to understand the steps you’re going to take! The Motivation (skip this week’s rant) If you’re anything like… Continue reading How To Fix Your zsh Prompt On macOS
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
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!
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