Week 5: Flow Chart

Apr 17, 2020

Hey everyone, welcome back to another blog post.

This week has been normal. I’ve been continuing my research and working to finish requirement 3 of my internship. While I’ve been doing my work, I found that flow charts are a great tool to debug your program when your program encountered some errors. Flow charts (in terms of Computer Science) are manual “graphs” that you draw to physically  represent your program. I found that drawing these programs clearly illustrate to my brain what steps my program is following and how it encountered the errors. The strategy helped me a lot and I’m writing it here just in case you guys need it in the future haha.

In conclusion, the internship is going on as normal and I am learning a lot. Thanks for reading!


2 Replies to “Week 5: Flow Chart”

  1. Charles T. says:

    Awesome work. Glad to see you’re learning a lot of new things.

  2. hadleyrowland says:

    Michael – How can you turn this style of a Flow Chart into a visual that could be used as an art project? Do the drawings create images that can be modified into shapes and the shapes can be used to define a larger area?

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