I’m done with my Web development course last week and now I’m back to work. I always find time to practice web dev at home or when my job doesn’t require to be taken home. It was actually a .net application., quite Far from web dev environment.
Lately I suffered from this thing called “</3”. I won’t elaborate any further but it just feels like.. an argument within a loop.. and it hurts recursively. Even so, it adds to my motivation to code more. Though I feel like a shattered method.. with undefined variables.. I just have to cheer myself up.Life goes on and so does my job.
Right now, I am continuing the development of a desktop app. The one that I’ve been digging holes with API’s because it’s a kind of a machine integrated program.
Particularly, it is from EPSON. With my web development class last week, I met OOP again. That was the first time I ever appreciated OOP more than before. Though I use some of its method. That OOP throw back class was an effective wake up call or should I say, “hey, follow the standards!”.
There are three goals that I have in mind to finish by March. A-B test not included.
- To apply the IQA measures upon scanning. Though there were default values, what client’s preferred output should be prioritized.
- To apply the printing of username while scanning of checks.
- To put the double detected checks (MICR) to reject pocket which I’ve been working for weeks now.
Or I will loath myself if I wasn’t able to do those three.