No substantial updates this week as I have a podcast with MissFITFI tomorrow, and I have to ramp up to my community event on Saturday. On the community event, I will be showcasing some of the new upgrades for the online tool my students use to crowdsource information in our lab sessions.
The project was originally built to replace a spreadsheet that I used to update in class with the help of students who do their research on stocks by reading analyst reports. I felt that the web-site should allow multiple updates simultaneously so that I can comment and lecture on the work that is being completed earlier which frees up more time for students to research and debate their investment choices. In fact, the original codebase was a blog. I merely changed the database fields to reflect what I normally expect of my students.
Since its first version, I’ve picked