- Tips and Tricks
Release date: Wednesday, 10.10.12 - Due date: Tuesday, 16.10.12, 23:59
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Send the information below until Saturday (2012-10-13) evening
In order to set up the exercises you have to team up with three (including you) of your colleagues. The exercises will take place in room 1.32 of the b-it building and Römerstarße. Time slots will be assigned to each group individually. To apply for a time slot write an Email holding the information below. The assigned time slot for your group will be announced per mail. The regular exercise groups will start on the 23.10.12.
Copy the following text into an email, add your data, sort the times according to your preferences and send it to email@example.com:
Please use the subject “Timeslots for ATSC”
== Give us the following data of the three members of your group: == first name, surname, matriculation number, email adress Mr. Max Christian, Sampleman, 08154711, firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. John Q., Public, 97846123, email@example.com Ms. Jane, Doe, 41255112, firstname.lastname@example.org == Sort thenames group time slots according to your preferences == (The time you like most comes first. Please provide at least four possible time slots.) Tuesday 12:00 Tuesday 12:30 Tuesday 13:00 Tuesday 13:30
Copy the following text into an email, add your information and send it to email@example.com:
Please use the subject “Hello ATSC”
== Please let us know a bit about your knowledge == What is your bachelor degree major? Describe with a few words, what you know about: UML Java + Other programming languages Software Process Models
This semester we plan to do a student competition. The competition provides you the possibility to compete with your fellow students. Every assignment solution you do gives you a score value. The accumulated score is presented in a leaderboard available on the wiki and updated weekly. Below, you’ll find an example scoreboard with fictional names and scores. The scoreboard will be available on the website of the lecture.
The participation of this competition is optional. To participate, send us your name + a chosen handle by email to firstname.lastname@example.org until the deadline for Assignment Sheet 1 (the next one). Your handle will be used on the board to identify you on the board. Therefore, feel free to keep it secret for yourself or, if you wish, share it with others. At any time during the semester you can quit the competition by sending us an email. It may be that we add more rewards during the course and there may be a reward in the end for the top ranks.