7-in-7 2018 SUBMISSIONS

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NameAaron Brumit

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Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

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NameAaron Brumit

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Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

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Beep boop beep boop boop

NameAaron Brumit

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Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

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NameAaron Brumit

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Full Description

Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

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Beep boop beep boop boop

NameAaron Brumit

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Full Description

Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

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Beep boop beep boop boop

NameAaron Brumit

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Full Description

Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

Short Description (for preview in feed)

Beep boop beep boop boop

NameAaron Brumit

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Full Description

Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

beep boop

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Submission TitleTime Card Application

Short Description (for preview in feed)

Beep boop beep boop boop

NameAaron Brumit

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Full Description

Nerd alert!  The company I work for is great, but some of the tools they provide us with (or don’t) aren’t. Excel might get the job done for logging my time (which is a job requirement) but it just isn’t enough sometimes. I’ve been tracking my daily time in a fancy spreadsheet I made and my coworkers use other, similar crude methods to do the same.  I love creating in a functional sense but I’m not very artistic so this is a perfect opportunity for me to exercise my creativity with 7 in 7. I decided to design and develop a program that I can not only use myself but also share with my coworkers to help  ease the burden of tracking time on our daily projects.  I may not have a refined application by the end of the week but I’ll at the very least have a blueprint, or, hopefully, a basic, functioning one.

There are several phases in the software development process (of which there are many types) and none of them am I familiar with!  For the first day I’ve  outlined some basic requirements of the program, a comical design, and something called a class diagram which is a very simplified representation of the meat of the code.

This attempt will be done using what I can vaguely recall from college so I hope you enjoy this journey as much as I learn (again) from it.

Enjoy!

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