Release date: Tuesday, 09.04.13 - Due date: Sunday, 14.04.13, 11:59 (noon)
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Send the information below until Thursday (2013-04-11) 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. 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 18.04.13.
Copy the following text into an email, add your data, sort the times according to your preferences and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com:
Please use the subject “Timeslots for OOSC”
== 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 the following group names according to your preferences == (The time you like most comes first. Please provide at least three possible time slots.) Thursday 11:15 Thursday 11:45 Thursday 12:45 Thursday 13:15 Thursday 13:45 Thursday 14:15
Copy the following text into an email, add your information and send it to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org:
Please use the subject “Hello OOSC”
== Please let us know a bit about your knowledge == What is your bachelor degree major? Give us your level of expertise ( 0 = no knowledge, + = beginner, ++ = worked with, +++ = fluent ) with respect to the following topics and comment on it with a few words: UML Java Other programming languages