• Help Sessions

    Posted by Mei Cheng Whale Friday 24 June 2022, 08:16:42 AM.

    The times for the help sessions are available. They start next week (Week 5)

    There are many sessions, they are not compulsory but please use them if you need help completing your lab tasks and assignments or if you need the tutors to explain any lecture material.

  • Explanations for Lab and Assignment Submissions

    Posted by Ashesh Mahidadia Tuesday 21 June 2022, 04:32:54 PM.

    You need to explain your lab and assignment submissions to a tutor adequately. Your ability to properly explain your answers/solutions will determine your final grade for your labs and assignments. Unable to properly explain your answers/solutions will result in zero marks! So, please make sure that you submit your original work .

  • End of Week-3 and Assignment-1

    Posted by Ashesh Mahidadia Thursday 16 June 2022, 08:39:12 PM.

    I hope you're having fun with the course and, more importantly, gaining some valuable skills! Thus far, we've covered the fundamentals of Python procedural programming and will progressively expand our coverage to include a few very exciting topics. Please continue to engage actively in labs and lectures, as well as on the forum; the most effective method to learn is to take on a task and give it your all; we are here to support you if you run into any difficulties:-) Kindly post a message on the forum and/or ask your tutor.

    The first assignment is now available (see Assignment-1 in the left panel). In today's lecture (Thursday 16 June) we introduced the assignment. In case you missed the lecture, please watch the recording. During Monday's (5-6pm Monday 20 June) "Live coding session," Danyon will also discuss the assignment's context and how to get started. Please try to attend live if feasible. If you are unable to attend, the session will be recorded.

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