1. What did you do this past week?

This past week I got three of my wisdom teeth pulled! The recovery process was definitely very awkward (my body forgot how to swallow, it was so weird) and I’m currently transitioning back to regular food.

2. What’s in your way?

Phase 2 of the IDB project was definitely a large obstacle to get past, but thankfully the deadline was pushed to Monday. Learning everything that was needed for this part of the phase was definitely a lot, but I’m glad it’s almost over with.

3. What will you do next week?

This next week is going to be my birthday as well as one of my roommates, so we’re going to celebrate and have a blast.

4. If you read it, what did you think of the Interface Segregation Principle?

The Interface Segregation Principle article was an interesting read to build off the knowledge from reading the past articles of class structure and design. Maintaining a solid class hierarchy is definitely very important and having learned a guideline how to define more specific modules compared to higher level, abstract ones is very helpful.

5. What was your experience of comprehensions, yield, closures, and decorators? (this question will vary, week to week)

The yields and closures were fairly simple to me and made a lot of sense, and I found the decorators to be very interesting. As for use, I’m not entirely sure how decorators can come into play yet.

6. What made you happy this week?

This week I went to grab dinner from Biryani and Co., a restaurant 15 minutes northwest of campus that had really good Indian food.

7. What’s your pick-of-the-week or tip-of-the-week?

My tip of the week (albeit an obvious tip) is to use the provided Flask API for any Flask-related questions. The API is very well done and provides supple examples for many, if not all of the functions Flask has.