Graduate students with programming-oriented backgrounds will be graded based on the technical quality of the project, and on their interaction with non-programming project partner(s). Students working on the non-programming portion of the project will be graded, in part, on their contribution to their discipline, and on their ability to engage with their programming partner(s).
Grading will be on class participation, assignments (different ones for Appers and Programmers), the project proposal and plan, interim presentations and a final project report and presentation.
3 (Programmers) or 4 (Specialists) Assignments: 20%
Project: 80%, divided as follows:
For Android-based programmers, we will be using Google’s Android Code Labs, as described in the first assignment.
For iOS-based programmers (iPhone, iPad) the language mainly being used is Swift 5. The book Beginning iPhone Develop with Swift 5 is available for free download for University of Toronto students. Simply click the above link, while inside the UofT network, and it will be available for download.
There is no text for Specialists.