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Winter @ Wingify

Perks, work and the absolute blast I've had as an Intern at Wingify this winter

So my 5th semester was pretty much all about applying to companies accepting applications for software engineering interns and me going all crazy in the process. I was dead set on making sure that the upcoming winter was spent productively. Mum couldn’t bear the idea of me being...
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Post GSoC and Life

Life after GSoC, Hack InOut 3.0, iRackBot, CapSnap and getting down to business

Man I have procrastinated forever to write this blog post. I feel kinda bad writing this after it’s been over two weeks since I got the GSoC payments and passed the program successfully. The last few weeks were good. I helped with whatever bug fixing I could, completed...
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GSoC Week 11

When your code gets reviewed and GitHub spams your inbox with bug notifications

This week, Maimoona and her QA team reviewed the module quite throughly. For the next two days, my inbox was flooded with issues being added to the issue tracker of our module. From tiny UI bugs to validation errors, they reviewed it. However, a lot of the bugs...
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GSoC Week 10

A productive week indeed. Search Controllers and random bugs

Well I’ve had a fairly productive week. I finally got around to implementing the Patient and Cohort Search widgets for which I had just built the skeletons before. The primary challenge was building the PatientSearchController and CohortSearchController. The input is given by the user on the search forms...
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GSoC Week 9

Bugs in the UI, HFE meet

I had a discussion with my mentor regarding the HFE part of the module. What we basically have to do is copy a lot of patient centric code from the original HTML Form Entry module and modify it accordingly for cohorts. We’ve also decided to scrap visits as...
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