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lundgrea / My_Angular_Experience.md
Last active Nov 3, 2019
My Angular Experience
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My AngularJS Experience

Given the opportunity to explore new technologies outside of the Turing curiculum took me immediately to the doorstep of AngularJS. I had no previous experience with Angular and solely knew it as a JavaScript framework for building applications. My interest in this topic comes from my love of React and my recent experience utilizing React Native. I was curious to explore the syntatical similarities as well as look into the difference in terms of paradigms, setup and implementation.

Angular, maintained by Google, is a widely-used feature-rich JavaScript framework boasting sites like Google Analytics, PayPal, and even Netflix. It comes out of the box with a robust list of features including Angular UI Routing, dependency injection, templates, component CSS encapsulation, and more.

In my research, there were a couple of big takeaways worth noting: Typescript's place in AngularJS, utilizing RxJS for asynchronous events and operations, as well as testing in Angular testing and mo

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lundgrea / ReactNative_Expo_TravisCI.md
Last active Oct 28, 2019
React Native + Expo + TravisCI w/Enzyme
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$ npm ci
$ npx jest --ci

In the root of the repo: $ touch .travis.yml

$ npm install --save-dev expo-cli

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DTR: Define the Relationship

Project: Trex (travel-chex)

Group Members:

Goals and Expectations for the Project (What does each group member hope to get out of this project? What do we want to achieve as a team? How will we know that we're successful?):

Team strengths & collaboration styles (consider discussing your Pairin qualities here):

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lundgrea / AnnCerveny-AlyssaLundgren.md
Last active Oct 17, 2019
Happy Little Palette Picker Submission Gist
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lundgrea / PalettePickerDTR.md
Last active Oct 17, 2019
Palette Picker DTR
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DTR: Define the Relationship

Project: Palette Picker

Group Members: Ann Cerveny

Goals and Expectations for the Project (What does each group member hope to get out of this project? What do we want to achieve as a team? How will we know that we're successful?):

  • Build on Express Server
  • Build on Knex Postgres
  • Heroku deployment
  • React reminder
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DTR: Define the Relationship

Project: Tune In Later

Group Members: Aidan McKay, Chris Lane, Alyssa Lundgren

Goals and Expectations for the Project (What does each group member hope to get out of this project? What do we want to achieve as a team? How will we know that we're successful?):

  • We'd like to get through at least One Extension
  • Like to be styling and finishing testing by Monday of next week
  • Want a stress-free Tuesday
View SWAPIbox DTR.md

DTR: Define the Relationship

Project: SWAPIbox

Group Members: Gregory Anderson and Alyssa Lundgren

Goals and Expectations for the Project (What does each group member hope to get out of this project? What do we want to achieve as a team? How will we know that we're successful?):

  • Work with Async JavaScript, React, Jest, Enzyme, React Router, fetch API, es6 synax, strong UI/UX, modular architecture, lifecycle methods, PropTypes and promises.

Team strengths & collaboration styles (consider discussing your Pairin qualities here):

  • Good mixture of both paired programming and individual programming. Start the project together and then begin working on seperate components and tests.
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lundgrea / DTR - Game Time - Jeopardy.md
Last active Jul 11, 2019
DTR - Game Time - Jeopardy
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DTR: Define the Relationship

Project: Game Time

Group Member Names:Chris Lane, Jon O'Drobinak, Alyssa Lundgren

Goals and Expectations for the Project (What does each group member hope to get out of this project? What do we want to achieve as a team? How will we know that we're successful?):

  • Get as far as we can, shoot to finish every iteration (want to do animation and AI player extensions)
  • Last day before the project due to refactor and tighten - what we turn in should be tight
View FitLit - DTR.md

DTR: Define the Relationship

Project Name: FitLit

Partners: Emily Lalonde and Alyssa Lundgren

Guiding Questions to Define The Relationship:

What are each of our learning goals for this project? What drives us in this project?

  • Manipulating data
  • Improve array prototypes
  • Git workflow
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Agile & Feedback Reflection Guidelines

  1. What have you learned about the use of agile vs. waterfall in software projects?
  • First off, it was a pleasure to have Jeff lead this lecture. I appreciate so much that he was able to review these concepts with our Mod 1 group. Agile and waterflow both have the same steps but vary in their approach to software development. Waterfall is a more linear progression from requirements, to design, to development, into testing and from there to deployment. The process results in a big outcome at the end which can quickly become outdated because the process is so long. The end result must be clearly defined at the beginning, there is no feedback on the product until the process is complete, and the product is never accountable to the customer until the very end. Alternatively, Agile workflow is more of an iterative, circular workflow than waterfall. It tightens the process, shortening the distance between the customer and the product, and allows the development team to
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