Yes, Our Students Are Still Busy
Week 9 of 15 (or 10, or 16, depending on which student we're talking about), and we're all staying busy:
I wrote five mid-term evaluations this morning. Unsurprisingly, I had more to say about the students who blog regularly than about those who don't.
Qiyu Zhu has
wrapped up the role editor
. He's learned enough about software development to add, "for now" :-) He'd also like you to know that
great bug writers think alike
Bing Li and Ming Chow are
less in love with ActionScript
than they used to be.
Kosta Zabashta gets to show his stuff off at
next week; right now, he's cursing the fact that
localhost isn't always a loopback
Nick Jamil is
ringing a death knell
. I think he means his project is getting close to completion, rather than to cancellation...
Victoria Mui is
reading about algorithms
. Reading, reading, reading...
Eva Wong thinks that working without a debugger is
not funny at all
Geofrey Flores is
re-thinking group submissions in Web-CAT
Dan Servos is
Meanwhile, over in graduate school land, Jeremy Handcock has been
designing some visualizations
. Your feedback would be welcome...
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