Computer Science Blog

  • Initial commit

    September 4, 2019 by

    ‚ÄúStrange about learning; the farther I go the more I see that I never knew even existed. A short while ago I foolishly thought I could learn everything – all the knowledge in the world. Now I hope only to be able to know of its existence, and to understand one grain of it. Is… Read more

  • FPL&S 1: Getting to Know Angular

    November 9, 2019 by

    For my final project in my software construction and architecture class, I will be writing a 5-post series for Final Project Learning and Status (FPL&S). This project will be using Angular, Typescript, and Node Package Manager (npm). I am not familiar with these tools, but I have learned my lesson before that one should fully… Read more

  • Mockito: Complicated at First Glance, Simple in Concept

    November 8, 2019 by

    Mockito is a mocking framework. In his article Mocks aren’t Stubs, Martin Fowler mentions that Mocks allow for behavior verification, rather than state verification, which verifies values after method calls to confirm the proper behavior occurred. Behavior verification instead makes sure the proper behavior happened, by confirming the proper methods themselves were called. So mocking… Read more

  • Docker and Automated Testing

    October 13, 2019 by

    Last week, in my post about CI/CD, I brought up Docker. Docker can be used to create an “image”, which is a series of layers that are built upon each other. For example, you can create an image of the Ubuntu operating system. From there, you can define your own image with Python pre-installed as… Read more

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