|3 April 2001||Design due|
|5 April 2001||Stubs due|
|17 April 2001||Complete implementation|
|19 April 2001||Integration due (demo)|
|24 April 2001||Modified implementation|
|26 April 2001||Integration due (demo)|
|3 May 2001||Demo as ACE Server|
You will pick up one of your partners' parts (say, part C), and you must change it to achieve the desired effects of the spec modification. Your grade will be based on your critique of your parner's code (be ruthless---it will help your grade and won't hurt your partner at all) as well the way you manage to adapt the code to the spec change.
It is still uncool to pass off somebody else's work as your own. However, you have a team to consult when you get stuck.
.hfiles. Your grade will be based on completeness, elegance, and independence of specification for the pieces described in class.
.ccfiles. Each stub should be very easy to write, and should exhibit minimum functionality for its method. For example, if a method took in a list of numbers and was supposed to sort the list, have the stub for that method return the list (1 2 3 4 5) no mattter what its input was.