19 Jul 2016
Reading time ~1 minute
What I Did
- Given that today was TTT, I did not do much other than sit in on the mandatory meeting revolving around Viget’s current financial and logistical histories and trajectories. I regret not having contributed more to the scintillating discussions, though I honestly felt under-qualified to say much more than the few sentences that I managed to chirp.
- During the remainder of my time, I managed to more or less redo the CK blocks that I had completed during the past weekend. Rather than sandwiching tons of child components into other components, I’ve settled on having each component be their own self-contained units, excepting link group components which can piggy back on any other component.
What I Learned
- Tons and tons of thought go into the way Viget runs, which is highly reassuring.
- It has become clearer and clearer to me that good code is all of the following:
- And much more…
I’ve got strive for my code to satisfy these standards more so in the future.
What I Still Don’t Understand
I don’t know enough about the different kinds of deployment environments that Viget utilizes when working for clients. Though I’m generally aware of the following three - integration, staging, and production, I certainly am not in the know regarding their specific purposes, setup process, and applications.