Sprint #3 Retrospective Blog Post

For the third and final sprint of our project for this semester, we had the biggest list of tasks to complete. Not only did we have a tremendous amount of tasks, but almost all of them where big and difficult tasks. In our previous sprints, we had a lot of tasks that were smaller orContinue reading “Sprint #3 Retrospective Blog Post”

Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #5 (Test Automation)

For my fifth and final topic review for Software Quality Assurance and Testing, I decided to go over test automation. I found a lot of good sources on the internet to help me understand what it is. A lot of the testing practices that we have learned about this semester have been manual testing ratherContinue reading “Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #5 (Test Automation)”

Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #4 (Program Graphs and DD Path Graphs)

The latest topic in my Software Quality Assurance and Testing class has been learning how to read and write program graphs and DD path graphs. We also have been learning how to make DD path graph tables that correspond with the DD path graphs and the program graphs. Our most recent assignment was all aboutContinue reading “Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #4 (Program Graphs and DD Path Graphs)”

Sprint #2 Retrospective Blog Post

The second sprint of the semester started a bit rough for me with my surgery, but I was able to get most (if not all) of my work done throughout the weeks we worked. I was able to help a lot with creating the cards and giving them descriptions at the start, and then theContinue reading “Sprint #2 Retrospective Blog Post”

Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #8

For my final blog post pertaining to the apprenticeship patterns in the textbook, I decided to review the pattern entitled “Rubbing Elbows.” The situation that this pattern pertains to when the apprentice has almost plateaued and has been working on their own for projects. In this situation, the book explains that the apprentice will sometimesContinue reading “Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #8”

Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #3 (Black-Box vs. Gray-Box vs. White/Clear-Box Testing)

On the first exam for my Software Quality Assurance and Testing course, and in activities previous to it, Black-Box, Gray-Box, and White/Clear-Box Testing were important topics/definitions to thoroughly understand. Not only did we have to know the meanings of these terms, but we had to be able to compare them and know how those testingContinue reading “Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #3 (Black-Box vs. Gray-Box vs. White/Clear-Box Testing)”

Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #7

For my second to last apprenticeship pattern blog post review, I would like to talk about simply because of how close it hits to home with me is the pattern entitled “Draw Your Own Map” in the textbook readings. This pattern is based on the fact that throughout the lives of software developers, there willContinue reading “Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #7”

Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #2 (JUnit 5 Testing With Gradle)

The second assignment I worked on in my Software Quality Assurance and Testing class combined what we learned about JUnit 5 testing and using Gradle to automatically run all the tests fast and easy. This assignment proved to be more difficult than I was expecting, but in the end, I got very good at itContinue reading “Software Quality Assurance and Testing Blog Post #2 (JUnit 5 Testing With Gradle)”

Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #6

With the semester nearing its end, I do not have many more apprenticeship patterns to review on here. Because of this, I am trying to choose patterns that have the most relatability to me. For that reason, I chose to review the pattern in the book entitled Sustainable Motivations. It is all about developing yourContinue reading “Apprenticeship Patterns Blog Post #6”

Sprint #1 Retrospective Blog Post

After the first month of my final semester, my capstone course has proved to be an interesting experience so far.  As much as we are working in groups to create a database dedicated for the food pantry, I believe we really are striving to strengthen our skills with using the SCRUM method of group work. Continue reading “Sprint #1 Retrospective Blog Post”

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