One of the hardest parts of building or wanting to build an app/software is the design. Specially having lots of design principles to follow up and understand. Thinking on building one on your own most likely will stress you out and you will not get somewhere, there is no point on breaking your head thinking […]Read more "HFOOAD Ch 8. “Originality is Overrated” Indeed…"
Throughout my time working with code, developing from zero and testing other’s code we all come to the conclusion that working code that actually compiles (yes I am pulling the typical and cliché meme) does not mean that it is ok for a valid use. Let me explain, lets say that you are building a […]Read more "Mastery 11 – Verification and Validation"
Whenever we have a problem in our life it’s said that we can solve that problem with over 50 different options and still solve it. This applies for testing code, the paradigms change how we approach and do the overhaul of the software. Through the course and the blog posts we have discussed that anything […]Read more "Mastery 12 – Testing in OO. How to properly test"
This assignment was cancelled due to an overhaul done by the teacher. His final decision was based on too many stuff to talk about in other blog posts.Read more "Mystery Topic #3"
I’ve always believed that paying attention in class saves you up to 50% of the work done at home. Why? Just like anything in life if we dedicate enough time it is easy to do. Think about math, you learn how to add, subtract, multiply etc at school and because you attention was only focused […]Read more "Mastery 9 – Class to Code?"
The amazing line of those start-up companies is always “Hey! Where do I start? ” or “Do you know where to start?!” It has been this cliche thingy to ask that question that a lot of people get tired of it. Like, leave me alone! I know what I am doing. Yes, I did used […]Read more "HFOOAD Ch 7 – “Bringing Order to Chaos”"
Throughout all my years at ITESM this has to be one of the very few essays I’ve read with passion of knowing more about it. I truly recommend it to anyone who has the desire of learning how the MIT and New Jersey operate. There is a lot of information that could be part of […]Read more "Lisp, the Good news and most likely the Bad News"