The demo will consists in a set of questions about the code you submitted to the Fire system before the deadline.
For labs 1 and 3, you are required to demonstrate your code to a teaching assistant during one of the designated demo sessions. During these sessions, both group members will be required to answer questions about your submitted code INDIVIDUALLY. The code should be run in a normal environment during the demo. Remember that the labs are group assignments; by helping your partner learn and understand, you help yourself as well!
Demo sessions must be booked in advance through the Doodle-link which is provided. In order to guarantee that you can get your verbal demo done, pick a slot which has less than 14 groups assigned. ALWAYS write your Fire group number in the Doodle.
DON'T BE LATE! If you are late for your verbal demonstration, you run the risk of not being able to demo!
When you submit a lab, assistants have a maximum period of 4 working days to provide you with feedback.
If teaching assistants do not fulfil this for any reason, you are entitled to negotiate an extension of your final deadline directly with them.
Please, register in Fire anyway and submit a text file for each lab that you passed. The text file should contain your personal information (so that we can look for your records) as well as when you took the course before.
Students who use their old labs will get 5 points for labs 1 and 3, and 3 points for labs 2 and 4.
Sharing a lab solution or code from your lab is stricly prohibited. Anyone posting or sharing this type of information will be the subject of a disciplinary action which means you could fail the whole course. This goes for sharing code or copying of someone as well. For more detailed information have a look at the following document Academic Honesty and Integrity at Chalmers