This was an extremely hard decision as many teams were very good. The shortlisted teams are:
The prize presentations are scheduled for Wed. 8
of May lunchtime at Optiver premises in CBD. Not all team members have to be present. Ben will contact all teams with further instructions.
The new schedule has been posted (under Lectures\Week 10). The starting time will be the same but the rooms and examiners will be different.
This is to let you know that I will be mentoring Madhushi's teams tomorrow at the usual place.
The demos which were due to take place in Webster 302 have been changed to K17 Building (CSE Building) Level 2 Seminar Room.
APIs and documentations of all teams are online now. You can find the list of URLs here.
Feel free to use other team's APIs to access data and use them in the Phase 2- web appliation.
Please note that the Part 1 of D2 is due today, which is hosting the API documentation and having a working API endpoint. Your mentors should be able to see the API Documentation URL at the Github Repo's main Readme.md file, access it and make a call to the API. Part 2 of the D2 is due on next Monday- which is the complete API implementation and the related reports.
Because mentoring takes place on a wednesday, we are extending all weekly deadlines to the following monday. So week 5 deliverable is due monday week 6 and week 6 deliverable is due monday week 7.
Reminder about deliverables:
-Week 5: D2 part 1 (API Interface)
-Week 6: D2 part 2 (API implementation)
-Week 8: Front end demo (part 1)
-Week 10: Front end demo (part 2)
There is no change from the Schedule given in the outline. I may have mixed up the weeks during the Monday lecture session. Apologies for that!
This article may help to answer some questions you had about generating JSON responses from data sources.
A reminder that there would be a guest lecture today followed by a questions and answer session regarding the project. We have an expert from the school of public health available to answer specialized questions about epidemics. You can send them to me in advance by email if you prefer.
According to the timetable, there are some additional lecture slots in week five:
-Monday, 18th of March 1 to 3 PM (CivEng 109): during the first hour, there would be a guest lecture from industry. From 2 to 3 PM, there is a general Q&A session related to the workshop. An expert from public health would be available to answer a specialized questions related to epidemics.
-Tuesday 19 of March 11 AM to 1 PM: this lecture slot will not be used
Mentoring would take place during the normal time on Wednesday
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Here are some CSE specific events:
-CseSoc Tech Careers Networking Night, Tuesday, 12 March 2019, 6-8pm
-CSESoc BBQ, Wednesday, 27 March 2019, 12-2pm
Updated mentoring timetable is available under week 2.
Tentative mentoring timetables are online now . If there is any conflict contact Madhushi <firstname.lastname@example.org> before 12 noon tomorrow.
Deadline to select the datasource preference is today 3 p.m. If your group have not done the survey by 3 p.m. datasources will be assigned by course admins.
Following teams have not indicated their team preferences:
-Please form groups using WebCMS at the end of the lecture today
-If you don't have a team or if your team is looking for members, please email Madhushi Bandara <email@example.com>
The lectures in Week 1 will take place as follows:
-Monday 18 February 1-3pm (Civil Engineering 109): course introduction, releasing spec, guest lecture, forming groups
-Tuesday 19 February 11am-1pm (Civil Engineering 109): guest lectures, finalising groups