Java Bootcamp 3. week

Java Bootcamp 4. week

16. day

Windows interoperability tools in Linux:

GNU tools in Windows:

17. day

Prepare for Security workshop

18. day

Security workshop

19. day

Probably useful tools to prepare project demonstration:

20. day

Presentation of project deliverables:

  • Add important links of the project into Notes about activities
  • Business analysis and analysis of given input (actuality of the chosen problem)
  • Project planning (used workload management approach and used tools)
  • System overall design (chosen frameworks, libraries and high level code structure)
  • System data model (persistence in general, particularly, database)
  • Automated unit and/or system tests (Junit, Selenium, etc.)
  • System building and deployment (compiling, testing, and deployment)
  • User, administrator guides and other documentation
  • System demonstration, execution and maintenance
  • Final overview:
    • URL to project resources (if available),
    • Main features of the project (which is usually written in something like readme.txt),
    • List of team members and their main contribution to project,
    • Biggest challenges in the project and lessons learned.
  • Future work
  • Archive all deliverables (presentation, documentation, code etc.) in file TeamN_Shortname.tgz and upload here
    Where N is team number and Shortname is short project name.

Final knowledge check

Final tasks

Issuing of sertificates and final course review

Java Bootcamp 3. week
Izveidojis Valdis Vītoliņš 2017-01-03 10:07
Pēdējais mainījis Valdis Vītoliņš 2017-08-25 09:57
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