Week Eleven

I have yet to mention my thing for double numbers in this space. My grandpa always said they were lucky, or something. I actually didn’t know he said that until after he died. Then double numbers sort of became a family thing. This past week, I worked and accomplished more than any other week this summer. Sitting in my quiet house trying to think about how to sum it all up, I just realized that this successful week was week number 11. Figures. 🙂

I actually started with undoing most of the code I had for converting observations from one concept to another in favor of using a service method instead. I was struggling with unit tests because concepts can have different datatypes and the ObsService rejects saving a “question concept” as an “answer concept.” Good thing I was having trouble – it lead me to a thoughtful conversation about making sure certain aspects of a concept are preserved in a merge, even when an ObsService wouldn’t cause a problem.

This being week number 11 makes next week number 12 out of 12 full weeks of GSoC! How do you express freaking out via blog post? Just kidding. I’m looking forward this last real week. I’m excited and nervous about going back to school and finding out what being involved with OpenMRS will look like when I don’t have two incredible and official mentors…


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