What did you do this past week?
Throughout this past week, I spent a lot of time meeting up with my project team for the IDB project to work on the third phase. I was also able to spend some time with friends that I had not seen in a while. As I have an exam coming up, I was also sure to study for that.
What’s in your way?
Everything is currently going really well for me as of now. I do really miss going kayaking, but I am looking forward to being able to go kayaking again with friends some time soon. I definitely want to be able to enjoy the weather here in Austin right now as it feels amazing!
What will you do next week?
Throughout next week, I am looking forward to continuing to make progress on the IDB project with my team. I also look forward to spending more time on studying for my upcoming exam. As the date for the Longhorn Run is approaching, I will also be training to prepare for my 10K run!
What did you think of Paper #11: More getters and setters?
I really enjoyed reading more about getters and setters through this week’s paper. I think that it was really helpful for understanding to see more examples shown in this week’s paper. I am definitely interested in reading more papers on object oriented designs overall.
What was your experience of select, project, and cross join?
Though I do have some experience with SQL, I was not too familiar with the implementation of select, project, and cross join in python. I definitely found it interesting to be able to implement these functions in python myself. I think that this will lead to a very smooth transition into the SQL lectures next week.
What made you happy this week?
I was really happy to have been able to make a lot of delicious meals at home this past week. I have recently been getting into trying out new recipes, and I have really enjoyed being able to expand on my cooking skills. I definitely look forward to learning more recipes in the future!
What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?
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