Sprint Retrospective 5

This week’s Sprint retrospective we had some issues. So, there were still the issue of ng2-amrs not working for many of the people in group. However, thanks to Jason Knowles he figured out how to fix the issue of cryptojs not working on the Ampath’s website. So, we were able to try and write something for Ampath to be able to use or try to use. Our goal in the beginning of the sprint was to write all the methods for Ampath so that way they can have something they can use for the summer or give to summer interns or people who would be working on it later on. We decided to split up the work into different parts so that way we would be able to get more methods done for them. We decided to write methods depending on what the client told us in their stories. We then decided to make the method for hashing passwords, encrypting records, generating private keys, generating local salt, clear local salt, delete keys, and writing decrypt records. I started to work on deleting private key method however i wanted to work with Oren since he was generating the private key so this was one of the issues we ran into that because since we were working on a project that we just kind of picked up and we don’t know much about it there wasn’t a lot to work on for the project so when I talked to Oren to see if he could help me with the delete private key method but Oren was actually going to work on that as well. So instead we decided to work on that part together.

So, I started to do a little research about the cryptojs and how to make private keys we decide to write a private key using PBKDF2. PBKDF2 is a password strength algorithm that makes it difficult for computers to check that anyone password is correct Master passwords during a Brute Force attack so the way that PBKDF2 works is that it requires many computations to get from the master password to Turkey anyone that’s trying to brute-force try to automatically guess a master password has to perform the same calculations PBKDF2 with PBKDF2 it prevents password-cracking flows from making optimal use of the graphics card which reduce gas rates from hundreds of thousands of gas per seconds less than a few ten thousand guesses per second.

Finally looking back through throughout this project I’ve learned a lot about encryption services. Maybe not enough to be able to write my own encryption from scratch. But this experience was helpful for me and it will help me throughout my career. Between the two classes I was taking this semester and learning about Sprints and planning’s how to work with a group and team. It was different than all the other years that I have been in school. I didn’t learn a new language or more coding skills but I l was able to get a real-world experience. how time-consuming it was to even talk to the manager, how that we were a class who that was working on the same project but we are split into four groups and none of us really talk to each other about trying to put our code together and make it work with one another. Though maybe it was because no one was really experienced in this type situation or maybe the time constraint of working on this project and also having other class work and other personal stuff to do that’s it was a 10-week project if he really boils down to how much work was done it might have been a lot shorter so that’s why we weren’t able to finish I’m what we were assigned and trying to bring it together. so, the for the final Sprint we’re going to try to just finish up what we started and then start working on our presentation.