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2014-08-25 — 2014-12-10
Tues & Thurs 5:00pm - 6:15pm
Orange Hall (ORN)-1380
May 22nd, 2014 from 2:45PM - 4:45PM in ORN-1380
Your presentations should last 10 minutes with another 5 minutes for discussion.
Your team will need to present from the front of the room. You can either:
1) Make your slides web-accessible, or
2) Email slides as a .pdf to your instructor.
Every member of your team needs to speak for a roughly equal amount of the presentation. Be prepared.
Give a demonstration of your project.
How does the code work?
What are some of the best pieces of software you wrote? Why?
What are some of the worst pieces? Why?
What stumbling blocks were there? What successes?
What would you have done differently?
What would you have worked on if you'd had more time?
Your Presentation will be graded on aspects such as:
Presentation Skills (Projection, Posture, Body Language)
Design (colorschemes, graphics, look/feel)
Timing (significantly over/under time limit)
Content (quality/quantity of information)
Adherence to Guidelines (Did you hit all the bullet points in this list?)
Your grade here will be derived from the following factors (adjusted for progress over the semester):
Is the code clearly licensed under an OSI-compatible license?
Does your source repository contain clear written instructions for future developers? (i.e. How to setup their environment to work on your project)
What TODO items are left to do?
Does it work on python on a normal machine?
Does it work on the Raspberry Pi?
Code quality and git commit history.
Was your project packaged and distributed properly? Include links to your upstream distribution channel (i.e. pypi, npm, dub, etc...)