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Code Review – HelloWorld.c Lab02

Hello, In the following post, I will be looking at seven different ways that you can compile a simple hello world program in C. I will be using the following four flags for the GCC compiler. -g # enable debugging information -O0 # do not optimize -fno-builtin # do not use builtin function optimizations -static …

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SPO 600 – Lab 1

Hello, This post is the start to a new blogging series I will be doing, and it will revolve around the work I am doing for my SPO 600 class at school. SPO 600 is the course code, and the full name is Software Portability and Optimization. The course has a public wiki page if …

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NodeChat Development

Have gotten a bunch of PR’s this past week, since this is the last week of class. Everyone is finishing up their release 4,  which means the project has made some great progress. We now have the continuous integration system Travis, that helps with managing the app. And, we are working on es-lint and prettier, …

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Finding a JS bug using chrome developer Tools

Another issue was filed in the cube-roll project, Issue #4 which was a problem with the games score not updating. It turned out to be a small fix but I wanted to go through how I found where in the code the bug was. I first started the game and duplicated the problem. I then looked through …

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Fixed restart bug in Three.js game cube-roll

While I was looking for a game to help develop, I found the game cube-roll on github. The bug I fixed was issue 1 : cannot restart game, the problem occurred after you play a round, the game will freeze and you were not able to restart it. This turned out to be a fun project to work on, …

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Continue development of chat app.

Development on the chat app has been going good. Few things I would like to get finalized would be a continued integration system, linting, tests and database. I think travisCI would be a great addition to the repo. Took a class today that explained how to implement travisCi into a GitHub repo. It looks like …

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Maintaining a GitHub Project

Wow I now have a much better understanding of the life of a project maintenance, after this week. So, a few classmates have now joined the NodeChat Project, the week started simple by me posting a bunch of issues for everyone to work on. But, once they started to work in the project, they started …

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Release 3

So far for release 3, I have been working on preparing the NodeChat repo for my classmates. I have been working with the owner (Josh) of the repo to get permission’s to the Nodechat repo in this issue. He has been very helpful, I now have the required permission’s to edit the repo and he gave …

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Hacktoberfest 2018 – My experience

Hacktoberfest 2018, was a great learning experience for me. I was able to find a great project for this event, that fit my interest’s and ability’s. Starting this event was a bit challenging, I knew I wanted to work with something with java script. And I also, wanted to work on more front end development. …

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Hacktoberfest – Added user is typing… feature using React and SocketIO

This blog post covers my 5th pull request of Hacktoberfest 2018!!!! For a few days I wasn’t sure if I would be able to reach the 5 PR goal.  I got super busy with another project, which I may put a blog post up about that project sometime. I was able to work hard on …

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Hacktoberfest – Bug Fixes and Styling in NodeChat app.

For my 3rd and 4th pull request of Hacktoberfest, I didn’t work on much new technology, like in my previous pull request’s. Instead I thought I would fix a bug that was added during the move from a jQuery site to a React site. And I added some styling to the messages on the NodeChat …

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Hacktoberfest – Adding sound and images to a React app

Hey everyone, It seems like allot of people like to over complicate adding sound and images in React.  They will often make a whole separate class to control their sound or image files. Which definitely has its place, if your sound or images needs bunch of options then definitely make a class to control it. …

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Hacktoberfest Week Two – React and Push.js

In this week of Hacktoberfest, I added push notifications to the Node Chat project in my most recent Pull request. I used the Push.js library in order to accomplish this task. Well learning how to do this, I din’t find much documentation on using Push.js with React so I put together a small tutorial for today’s …

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Hacktoberfest Week One

In my first week of Hacktoberfest I started off without any particular project in mind. I had a few ideas of what I wanted to work on, so I started by searching GitHub for a project. I was looking for something using JavaScript or C++. After searching for a while I came across a application …

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My First Open Source Pull Request!!!

About a week ago I started working on the open source project Filerjs. This has been my first experience with working with the collaboration features in git and GitHub. I learned allot about the full process of using git and GitHub to help develop a opensource project.

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How to find the path of a file using fs.realPath()

Hello and welcome to my blog!!! Below is a guide on using the fs modules realPath() method found in nodejs. Few things to know about….

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Sept 14, 2019: First Blog Post

Welcome to my first blog post! My name is Corey, I am currently a student at Seneca college. I am in my 5th semester of the Computer Programming and Analysis Program.

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