- MP1 and MP2 were graded. Results are in subversion.
- MP2 will be graded again next week on Monday
- MP2 Code Review with your TA.
- MP3 (TopSecret) is now available and will be graded next week on Monday
- Fall 2017: Handout
- For MP1 (DebugMe) and MP2 (Hollywood) scores, check in subversion 'autograder directory'.
- Learn how to check MP grading results (including compiler and runtime output messages) in subversion.
- Most students have finished MP2 (scored 100%). Fix any errors in MP2 and recommit. MP2 will regraded next Monday.
- Start on MP3 (TopSecret), which is due next Monday.
- Work on Turing's Craft. Get help on problems you couldn't answer. Use the lectures page and TC's sections view to determine which questions you should have completed.
- Open up Turing's Craft and show your lab assistant how you're doing.
- Talk to your Lab Assistants. Ask for help when needed! Please ask your lab assistants for help on the MPs, programming, using Eclipse and their experience in later CS courses.
- For later grading, MPs are graded out of a lower score. Therefore, you may see '80/80' for example later.
- For each MP, the score for course grading purposes is the highest score of all grading runs.
- For a definitive answer to your MP score, check subversion using a web browser (refresh the page to get the latest info).
Next week we will be starting the pair programming projects. You should start forming a small team of peers now (no more than 3 people per team). Here are the highlights:
- Yes, you need to be a team member; it's a required part of the course.
- No, you cannot work alone; being a computer scientist means working with others.
- Yes, it's graded (more details next week).
- This project is different from the MPs. The MPs define specific programming objectives. Being a computer scientist means being able to create things and work with others. This is the main purpose of the pair programming project.