This week we finished RAD-58 and found out it had already been completed so we started RAD-235. This issue has to do with the modality of the radiology machine. Ivo wants them called a different way. On Wednesday we believed we completed the issue. On Monday we will discuss as a group if we think […]Read more "Post from week 4/25-4/27"
This week our group fixed the RAD-58 issue. We still need to follow the steps to get the change approved and committed. This will be done next week once we ask Ivo some questions about JUnit tests. I also made progress with Dana getting the environment set up on his desktop so that he doesn’t […]Read more "Post from week 4/18-4/22"
This week was a successful week. I got a VM running without the radiology module. I then installed the radiology module and got a new VM working with it. I have started working on issue RAD-58 while also helping my group with their installation process.Read more "Post from week 4/11-4/15"
This week I installed the 12 modules. I moved the ports around so that when I did vagrant up it worked again. The next step is to install the radiology module and then I will be able to work on our issue.Read more "Post from week 4/4-4/8"
This week I have gotten openmrs working through vagrant. I have installed a JDK and Maven so that I can install the modules. This weekend I am going to start installing the modules so that I can start working.Read more "Post from Week 3/28-4/1"
I did not make much progress on getting vagrant up and running. I now have a 404 error when trying to open localhost:8080/openmrs/. I am still trying to get it up and running so that I can work on my project.Read more "Post From Week 3/14-3/18"
This week I read all of the chapters from clean coder and wrote blog posts for each. I have started The process of installing vagrant. I’m running into an error with mySQL. I’m going to install all of the requirements we needed at the beginning of the semester with the hope that I install something […]Read more "Post From Week 3/7-3/11"
This was a short chapter about TDD. TDD is where you write your tests before the code that is tested. You develop the tests alongside your code instead of after it. This forces you to write code with more structure and to write better code overall. It is not fool-proof, but it does help. It […]Read more "Chapter 5 Reading"
Chapter four starts off by telling you to never code when you are tired. Coding is difficult and if you are not focused, your best work will not be done. It then tells you to find a way not to think about personal things that are worrying you. This comes back to the same principle: […]Read more "Chapter 4 Reading"
These chapters together are about communication. Chapter two wants the professional coder to say no when there is no other option. A professional needs to say no when they can’t get something done. However, in chapter three, it talks about the importance of saying yes if it is within your abilities to do so. Either […]Read more "Chapter 2 + 3 Reading"