ee422-syllabus-spr11-v1

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Unformatted text preview: considerable
difficulty
with
the
early
assignments,
this
is
 a
sign
that
you
may
be
in
over
your
head
‐
you
should
come
see
me
immediately.

The
assignments
will
require
 a
substantial
time
commitment
over
several
days
 (an
average
of
6
hours
per
week
outside
of
class
should
be
 expected).

Be
sure
to
budget
sufficient
time
to
complete
assignments
before
the
deadline.

At
the
time
you
 submit
each
assignment
for
grading,
you
are
 required
 to
make
a
backup
copy
of
the
source
code
file
on
your
 removable
secondary
storage
device
(e.g.
a
flash
stick).

This
will
be
necessary
in
cases
where
your
program
 gets
 lost,
 is
 corrupted,
 or
 if
 there
 is
 some
 dispute
 over
 what
 was
 turned
 in
 when.
 
 If
 you
 cannot
 finish
 an
 assignment
 on
 time,
 then
 submit
 whatever
 you
 have
 finished
 before
 the
 deadline
 to
 receive
 some
 partial
 credit.

 
 SUBMITTING
PROGRAMMING
ASSIGNMENTS.



 
 Programming
assignments
will
be
submitted
for
grading
by
using
the
Blackboard
system
assignment
manager
 feature.


Program
assignment
submission
rules:



 1. Submit
the
completed
 files
(usually
the
.java
files)
that
form
your
program
 to
the
assignment
manager
on
 the
blackboard
page
for
this
course.
Only
submit
your
final
version
of
the
assignment.
 2. Do
not
email
files
to
the
professor
or
to
the
TA
unless
you
have
been
previously
given
permission
to
do
so
 (and
this
will
only
happen

in
the
case
of
some
emergency)
 3. You
 must
 submit
 before
 the
 deadline.
 
 Any
 submission
 received
 after
 the
 submission
 deadli...
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