This review is written based on the Semester 1 variants of the modules, and thus might not apply to the Semester 2 variants of the same module. CS3216 – Software Development on Evolving Platforms 5MC / Non-examinable / 50% CA + 50% Final Project Dr Ben Leong Semester 1 only The logical continuation to the […]Read More NUS Module Review [AY1112 Semester 1]
And it’s over. Mixed feelings, I would say – it’s not that I didn’t want the module to end (heck, we’ve been kind of suffering all the way, albeit for good reasons), but maybe because.. I don’t know. There are things that doesn’t seem right, things that I hope I’ve done better. I realised, through […]Read More The Last.
I was pleasantly surprised by the final project presentations. To be honest, the people whom I expect will do an astonishing job didn’t do quite as much as I expected, and the people who I didn’t know came out with crazy cool ideas. The concept is definitely not new; and as I’m not a frequent […]Read More Final Project Presentation
Awesome game. Nah, I’m not referring to that game, this is really the second burnout I’ve experienced since Assignment 1. And this time it’s not because of Assignment 2 (we’re way past that period yo!), but because of the NUS Dance Blast! concert that I participated in. I’m proud to say it was a successful […]Read More Burnout
It’s hard to believe that recess week is already over, and my last blog post was just as recess week started. Well, thanks to NUS’ brilliant idea of starting Week 1 late on Thursday, all my lecturers happily shifted all their lectures to the Monday-Wednesday of recess week to make up for their lost lectures. […]Read More My ‘Recess’ Week
It’s really interesting to take a look at a senior project and do a friendly critique on it. 🙂 GetHelp is certainly quite a cool app – when I first read the case study PDF I thought that it is something that I would want to use. They sort of capture the need of a […]Read More Case Study 1: GetHelp!
And so last Monday we had a lot of external parties who came to pitch their project ideas to us. I read about Prof Ben’s comment on Joey’s blog that the pitches are actually more about the problems out there that people are trying to solve. In fact, most of Joey’s comments on the startups […]Read More Pitching and human nature.