David Wright and Richard Zhao made a lot of progress rewriting a brain scan visualizer for the Rotman Research Institute. The project was co-supervised by Imran Somji, an ex-49er himself.
Muhammad Ali and Adam Foster built a very nice dashboard display for DrProject. It hasn't been integrated into the main code yet, but that ought to happen in May.
Melissa Luu, Lisa Ly, and Apple Viriyakattiyaporn improved the user interface for a family tree visualizer for the REED. Their customers plan to deploy it this summer.
Rick Valenzano and Debbie Winter explored the relationships between game theory and evolution.
Lillian Angel, Jane Shen, and Martin Williams made a lot of improvements to the Online Marking Tool;Martin is going to continue working on it full-time this summer.
David Chen and Winson Chung fixed a lot of bugs in the CPython version of Mark Guzdial's multimedia Python library, while Mikhail Temkine cleaned up some in VPython.
Maria Khomenko and Andrey Petrov implemented new kinds of file locking in SQLite.
It was a very productive term; my only regret is that I was too busy to get t-shirts printed or arrange the usual end-of-term dinner. Maybe now that marks are in...
Best wishes, and best of luck, to everyone who took part --- I look forward to hearing all about your future adventures.