Please remember to complete the myExperience (i.e., CATEI replacement) survey before the 3 November deadline. Thanks!
Thanks to all the teams that have presented today, all demonstrations were truly impressive.
Examiners have selected the following teams to present next week for the Macquarie prize: OG_SENG1ACrew, Better Half, HyperChicken, TODO Team Name, Traitors & Eleven51. All details will be emailed separately.
All other teams are welcome to attend the presentations which will take place Tuesday 25th October between 10am-12pm in CSE Building Level 1 Seminar Room.
-Week 12 demos will be conducted in 2 rooms according to the timetable on Tuesday
-Shortlisted teams for Macquarie prize will be notified the same evening or the next day
-Macquarie prize presentations will take place on Tuesday, 25 th of October between 10 and 12 in level one seminar room in cse building
-Please put all your files including design documents and codes in an on-line repository. Then email a link to the repository AND a link to your hosted website to your mentor by Friday 5.00 PM. The repository will only be inspected (not executed) so there is no need to provide all the public libraries or binary codes.
Students are free to use any hosting service they wish, however for those with no preference we suggest using DigitalOcean. It has good support for all common platforms out of the box, and is likely to avoid any compatibility issues. While Digital Ocean is a paid service, all students at UNSW can get enough credit through https://education.github.com/pack to host their websites on DigitalOcean for at least half a year.
-Mentoring will take place in sual time (additional mentoring possible if needed)
-Requirements for Week 12 deliverables have been posted (see Week 12 "Lectures")
-Mentoring will occur at the normal time
-Mentors will provide feedback on Week 9 presentations
-Week 9 demonstrations will take place on Tuesday in 2 separate streams.
-Please check the timetable in advance to see which stream/room you will be presenting
-Mentoring will take place at the usual time
-Requirements of Week 9 demos have been posted. There will be 2 tracks in MAT310 and MAT313. A provisional timetable has been posted.
-Mentoring will take place as normal on Tuesday
-Mentors will give feedback on Week 5 design report 1
-Design report 2 is due Friday 5pm. Please send it by email to Wilhelm Eek (email@example.com)
-Mentoring will take place on Tuesday as normal
-This is followed by the last guest lecture on GUIs by Salesforce between 11am and 12 noon
-Mentoring as usual on Tuesday
-This is followed by a guest lecture on GUIs by one of the mentors (at 11am). Next week, we will have someone from Salesforce on the same topic.
-Design report 1 is due on Friday 5pm this week. Submission is by email this time. Send your report to Wilhelm Eek (firstname.lastname@example.org).
-Mentoring will take place normally between Tuesday 9 and 11am
-There will be a guest lecture by Atlassian between 11 and 12
-Requirements for Week 5 report have been posted
-Mentoring will take place with your assigned mentor. Check timetable in Week 3 "Lectures" tab
-You should be discussing the project spec and choice of a Web development framework
-There will be no guest lecture at 11am (schedule in the outline has been amended)
The mentoring timetable for Week 3 is now available (click Lectures Week 3). Students that did not have a team were automatically assigned to a team with low numbers. Please let me know if there are any issues.
Once formed, groups must be registered via WebCMS3 (Click "Groups" from Subject Web Site).Thanks.
A reminder that all groups must be finalised Tuesday Week 2. Students with no group should contact me Tuesday before (i.e. 9.30am-10am) or after the guest lectures (12-12.30pm).
From Week 3, mentoring will occur between 9 am and 1 pm. Most groups will be scheduled from 9 am to 11 am but groups that wish to be mentored between 11 am and 1 pm should let me know.
There will be two guest lectures on Web technologies and architectures by industry, starting at 10am,
I will be available from 9.30am for students who have questions or issues in forming teams.
Welcome to SENG2021!
The outline of the course is now available, see " Course Outline " in the left panel .