This is to let you know that Report, Project, and Peers marks are released in both SMS and WebCMS3. Please do get in touch with your mentor if you need further feedback.
The Project Demo marks are released in both SMS and WebCMS3. Please contact your mentor if you need further feedback.
I would like to thank all groups that attended the project demo session today and demonstrated their well designed and successfully implemented systems. Congratulations for your creative solutions.
I would like to remind you that we will have joint project demos tomorrow, Tuesday, 26 November. Please look at the provisional demo schedule . All welcome!
This Thursday afternoon we will have a wrap-up lecture. The main theme will be the final project marking and final mark calculation. I will also be available to answer your questions about the course and to hear your suggestions on how to improve it.
I would like to invite you to present your projects to other class members by demonstrating your system on Tuesday, 26 November. Please look at the demo schedule . The aim is to see different solutions for the same topics and to give an opportunity to Daniel and Lorenzo to see your implementations. It is not required for all group members to be present, but all students are welcome. At least one member of each group should be present.
This is a gentle reminder that your Project Demo will be held during Week 10 and Week 11, starting from today as per the Project Demo Schedule . You may refer to the Assessment Guidelines as well as your mentor/tutor instructions regarding how the demo will run. The Assessment Guidelines also include marking criteria. Please note that all group members must be present for the project demo otherwise students who are absent will get zero mark for that assessment unless they have applied for Special Consideration and it was approved. Wish you all the best for your project demo!
The Project Demo Schedule is now released. You can find it under Project. Please get in touch with your tutor/mentor if the date/time of your demo is not correct.
The due date of the final submissions of your project have been postponed. They are now due Tuesday, 26 November 2019 @ 23.59 (Week 11) for both, the report and the final system, and the following day Wednesday, 27 November 2019 @ 23.59 (Week 11) for the optional peers evaluation.
You may refer to the Assessment Guidelines as well as to your mentor/tutor instructions regarding what you need to submit in your final submissions. The Assessment Guidelines also include marking criteria.
After the today’s meeting with the radiologist, Daniel, I have provided answers to the questions asked, in this week labs, by the groups working on Project 4 and Project 5.
The Q/A files and the additional resources are published in Lectures /Week 5.
Please post additional questions in the forum and I will provide the answers in the corresponding week.
The Project Proposal marks are released in both SMS and WebCMS3. Please get in touch with your mentor for feedback.
There are a number of accounts that are not linked to any zID in GitHub Classroom (see the list of these accounts here as well as what to do to fix that). Please note that it is very important that your GitHub account is linked to your zID to monitor your project progress.
The project proposal submission date is Monday, 07/10/2019 @ 23:59.
Please note that only one member (the Scrum Master) submits the Project Proposal on behalf of the team.
All the best.
Just a reminder, that there is no lecture today. The next lecture will be in Week 10.
Please follow these instructions to join GitHub Classroom.
Today, at the lecture, we will have presentations and more detailed descriptions for Project 3: Double: a useful application for a robotic double and for Project 2: OnTask: scaling feedback at scale. They will bring the robot. All students who are interested in those projects can prepare and ask questions.
I have uploaded one more project topics.
There are now seven (7) different project topics.
Please take your time to look at all projects and have a group discussion about them before you select the one you will focus on, customize and implement.
Please put in the WebCMS Forum your Group name under the projects you are interested in and add questions, if you have.
All links in the projects descriptions are working now.
The updated versions of the projects are published. Please note that the projects are re-numbered.
The following 6 topics are:
More information about each topic will be provided in WebCMS and at the tutorials.
Good luck with selecting the right project for your group!
The students from COMP3900 should be able to access the recordings in Moodle now.
If it is not working today, please try tomorrow.
If you still have problems, please let me know.
The Conditions for Enrolment have been corrected, see below, and the new conditions are available in the UNSW Handbook:
Conditions for Enrolment
Prerequisite: COMP1531, and COMP2521 or COMP1927, and enrolled in a BSc Computer Science major with completion of 102 uoc.
Welcome to COMP3900 (Computer Science Project) / COMP9900 (Information Technology Project).
Please have a look at the Course Outline and at the Assessment Guidelines (under Project page) to make yourself familiar with the course objectives and assessments requirements.
Please note that labs (or mentoring sessions) will start in Week 2. It is very important that you turn up during Week 2 labs for group formation, project selection, and project brainstorming.
Please note that you will be working on a given project in a team of four (4) members from your lab under the supervision of a mentor that checks on your project progress on a weekly basis.