In this blog post, please find a lengthy list of tasks I performed over the past 8 months to complete my Senior Software Engineering Capstone Project. These tasks were reported at asynchronous weekly Standup “Discussions”. I do not recommend reading the entire list, but a light skim may be intriguing 🤔👨💻👍. Performed “elevation” tests on… Continue reading 86 Tasks I Completed to Build an Evacuation Drill App
This is a report on a comparative field test I planned and performed, which tested the “Location Telemetry” of my Senior Software Engineering Capstone team’s Flutter App. Motivation For the last 8 months I have been collaborating on the development of a cross-platform evacuation drill app. This app instructs and guides participants through an evacuation… Continue reading Testing the Location Telemetry of a (Flutter) Mobile App
I resisted trying VS Code for a few years of my software engineering education because I held a general disdain for Microsoft products after experiencing near constant technical difficulties with my PC until making the change to Unix/Linux and macOS systems.
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!