Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and Iterative Development (3rd Edition)

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CSE 111 - Object Oriented Software Design Announcements The due date for phase 2 of the project is postponed until the day of the final (Thus, Dec 13). Note that your e-materials need to be sent to both the professor and the TA. Instructions for the deliverables of the second phase of the project are now available. Due date is Thursday 12/06!!! The due date for phase 1 of the project, will once more be postponed until November 13 (lecture 12). Due to the closing of the University, our schedule will change as follows: o 1. The midterm will be rescheduled by one week. It will be on Tuesday November 6. o 2. This week (the week of late Oct - early Nov) we will do lecture 8 and lecture 11. o 3. The midterm will cover up to lecture 8, as originally planned. o 4. The due date for phase 1 of the project, will now be postponed until November 8. The lecture notes for the next lecture will be available immediately after the previous
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Unformatted text preview: lecture, so that, if you wish, you can print out a copy to bring to class. • There will be no discussion section for this class, unless otherwise specified. • When emailing the professor or the TA, please use [CSE111] in the subject of your e-mail. Course Information The class meets Tuesday/Thursday 2:00pm - 3:20pm in WLH 2209 Instructor: Bill Howden Office: EBU3-3138 Email: howden (@) Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 4:30PM, and by appointment TA: Dzung Doan Email: dxdoan (@) Office Hours: Thursday 5:00pm - 7:00pm in EBU3B B250A, or by appointment Textbook • Applying UML and Patterns, Third Edition, by Craig Larman ISBN-13: 978-0131489066 Grading The course consists of two exams and a project, graded as follows: • Midterm: 30% • Final: 40% • Project : 30%...
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