What to Hand In
Due: Friday May 3, 2013 by 5:00 pm
All materials except the personal reports
will be linked to the team website. Make sure it contains these items:
All your deliverables made whole, complete, and wonderful (see class website).
Your code (which technically is one of the deliverables),
in a packaged form that I can download/capture.
This should include a file that tells me how to unpack it and install
it on the appropriate platform.
All the supporting information you have kept all semester
(like log of meetings) that were not technically deliverables;
don't worry about fancying up this information, just don't delete it
from the project website.
The materials you prepared for the final in-class presentation
(your powerpoint slides)
This report will be confidential, and will be
seen only by me (the instructor).
Submit by email to email@example.com a short report giving me this
Your impression of how the project went. I have seen the team view already
(your final team presentation in class). Now I want your personal view.
What worked well? What didn't go so well?
This is your chance to tell me anything you want me to know about
Give me an honest assessment of how the team functioned.
Did everyone pitch in and contribute? Do this by "paying" everyone,
yourself included. You have $1000 to spend. Please allocate the money
among the team members. Justify your decisions and give me your review
of how well each team member contributed. Don't worry about breaking this
down to hours and minutes... just give me a rough assessment of whether
each person did a fair share of the work.
This is not an invitation to
be rude... be fair and honest, but be polite
to your colleagues.
Give me your feedback on how to improve the class for the coming semesters.
What would you like to see more of? Less of? Was there some part you found
especially useful and helpful? Some part that didn't do much for you?
Is there some information or activity we could add that would assist
teams in learning the craft of software development?