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Office of Instructional and Research Technology Week 11 Object-Oriented Programming Team Project #3 ITI 202
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Office of Instructional and Research Technology Announcements Week 11 Blog – We Demand…A Shrubbery! Consider the requirements as they are known for Team Assignment #3. How would you negotiate a stated, but unclear or realistic requirement with your business partner? Blogs should be submitted by 11:59pm, Sunday November 20th.
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Office of Instructional and Research Technology Where Do We Start? Don’t get bogged down in how much there is to do . Easier said than done. You have the tools. Let them help you. A picture is worth a thousand words. If you can “See” it. You can build it. Team Coding Assignment: The Widget Factory Process Decision FIle Start End
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Office of Instructional and Research Technology Objective For This Week: Think! Plan! Do! (Part 2) Your program will have to meet a need: The Widget Factory is a growing business that makes the hugely popular Widget gadgets: Xidget, Yidget, and Zidget. The purchasing and sales departments can no longer keep up with the volume of product that needs to be produced. The Widget Factory needs to automate. Ms. Runnit, the CEO of The Widget Factory has heard that OOP programs are the way to go. She has sent out a request for demo software that will automate the Widget Factory’s purchasing and sales functions. Team Coding Assignment: The Widget Factory
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Office of Instructional and Research Technology Objective For This Week: Think! Plan! Do! (Part 2) Known Requirements: Proper Handling of Sales The sales department receives a file detailing: Client Product Ordered Qty of Product Total Sale Price Program calculates unit cost of ordered products correctly. Program rejects sales that are not profitable (aka unit sale price not > unit cost + 25%) or are above contracted price and reports on rejects.
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