Congratulations to "2B or not 2B" team for winning Macquarie prize! It was as hard for them to select the winner as it was for us to select the shortlist. This reflects on the high standard students in this course have achieved. Congratulations to everyone for working so hard in this course and my greatest gratitude for all mentors who put amazing work.
Thanks to everyone for making great demonstrations today. The teams shortlisted for Macquarie Prize are Terabites, Armadillo, Unassigned, <group id="2021">, 2B or not 2B and Wombat. Details will be emailed to each team.
-A reminder that the final demonstrations will be taking place tomorrow according to the same time table as in week nine demonstrations
-The list of shortlisted teams for presenting to the Macquarie prize on Friday 27 October will be announced at the end of the day
-Final Reports are due on Monday
-the last mentoring session will take place at the usual time
-check the deliverable requirements for week 12 and the timetable, discuss them with your mentor if necessary
-students can request additional mentoring sessions before the demonstration in week 12
The deadline for submission of code and report has now been extended to Monday Week 13 at 5pm. Final demonstrations will still take place as scheduled on Friday Week 12.
-mentoring will take place according to the normal timetable
-mentors will give extensive feedback on week 9 presentations as well as how each team is tracking in relation to other teams at this stage
-requirements for week 12 deliverables have been posted
-Week nine presentations will take place on Friday according to the timetable published under week 9 lectures.
-Please note that there are two rooms in which the demos will take place so you will need to make sure to go to the right room.
-Mentoring will take place at the normal time
-Week seven report is due Friday at 5.00 PM
-mentoring will take place according to the timetable
-during the session, mentors will be giving feedback about week five deliverable
-week seven deliverable specification has been posted. If you need clarifications, discuss them with your mentor
-No mentoring this week five. Teams can still organise a mentoring session in Week 5 by special agreement with their mentor.
-On Friday in CLB6 there will be:
10.00-10.30: Presentation by LIC of previous SENG2021 projects
10.30-11.30: Guest lecture on GUIs and UX
11.30-12.00: Public Q&A
-Week five deliverable is due at 5.00 PM on Friday
-Mentoring this week will take place according to the timetable
-Teams should be preparing for the week five report due on Friday next week
-Remember that there is no mentoring in week five, just guest lectures followed by open Q&A session in CLB6. Teams can still organise a mentoring session in Week 5 by special agreement with their mentor.
The spec for Week 5 report has been posted.
Mentoring will take place tomorrow (Friday) in Old Main Building K15 Room 151 (OMB151) according to the Mentoring Timetable (Version 2) published under "Lectures Week 3".
-On Friday, the first lecture will start at 9.30 AM. This is followed by a guest lecture by Suncorp at 10 am. The last session (11-12) will be an open session for questions and finalising team formation
-A provisional timetable has been published under lectures in week three. Some teams have requested mentoring on a different day. This can be discussed with your mentor before or after the first mentoring meeting in week three.
There are still 20 students without a team. If you are one of them please let me know by e-mail or discuss it at the Friday open session. I will also be available before the lecture at 9.30 AM on Friday.
Just clarifying how teams are formed and mentoring slot decided:
-The mentoring takes place during the same slot (but different place) as the lectures i.e. 9-12 so when we have lectures there is no mentoring and vice versa.
-I am assuming all teams are free during this period so you will be given a 15 min slot during the lecture in week 2 (for mentoring to start in week 3) but If you have constraints during the period 9 am 12 noon, please let me know,
-All teams must be registered (with a name) on:
The course outline is now visible.
The workshops starts by a series of lectures in Week 1. At 9:10, a general presentation of the course is given. This is followed by two guest lectures on Web technologies and stacks given by industry.