The Thea’s pantry project is a very interesting project since it involves Worcester State University itself and as students who are graduating, it is for us an opportunity to leave behind something this valuable that will serve the university and its users in the coming future. I read about the User stories, and I am extremely pleased on how well detailed and organized this section is. I loved to see the different parts that need to be updated in the Thea’s Pantry log entry. I also read about the technology that will be used in this project. Some of them are very familiar like git and gitlab. Some were introduced to me recently like MongoB, Docker and openAPI. I am curious to learn about all these technologies and put them into practice as they are important in the software field.
I was reading the user stories under the documentation of Thea’s Pantry and had an idea of how everything works. When we take a look at the user stories, we can see how well organized is the system and the step-by-step procedure according to different domains like “Identity and Access Management”, “A Guest Visiting Thea’s Pantry” and many others. Also, I took a look at the Architecture and the UML Design was so impressive. I can see what work has to be done and worked on. I love the way it was divided into different parts, (GuestInfoSystem, IneventorySystem, ReportingSystem, and so on) which makes it easier for developers to understand and have an idea of what to work on.
From the blog CS@Worcester – Gracia's Blog (Computer Science Major) by gkitenge and used with permission of the author. All other rights reserved by the author.