Worcester State University Computer Science Department
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Category Archives: TOS
First of all, i would say this course was my first experience of working in a real working environment; and it helped me to catch a proper image of how everyone work together to get a big project done. It is true that in programming, we may not know what we are building until all […] Continue reading
The final decision was to go with the previous screensaver for the better compatible with the iPad. Also, Tim wanted us to modify the introPage format a little bit by putting the navigation button back to the middle of the bottom edge. And that will be… Continue reading
After counting the blog posts, I have only 12, and the course requires 14, so I will write 2 more random, CS-related, but not course-related, ranting posts. So as titled, I will now describe what my summer plan for this summer is like! For this summer, I got accepted for the REU program at Depauw […] Continue reading
I just had to make a couple of changes to the Introduction Page as Tim requested. All I had to do was, moving the navigation (left+right) buttons to the center of the page, and also have it say “next” and “previous.” That is all! This course has been a very valuable for learning what […] Continue reading
Last Wednesday Tim decided that instead of the pinch to zoom feature, it might be easier to change it so that if the image is clicked on, it goes full resolution size and the image can just be dragged around. This is now working fine in a web browser, but like every issue I’ve had […] Continue reading
I quickly wanted to show the directory structure that we used for this course, and the git branches associated with them. We are using a CentOS 6 machine with apache as the web server. We also installed php for the git scripts which lie in the web root. > /var/www/html/ – Web Root, No Git […] Continue reading