You may bring your private laptop for the code grading or you may use the department Linux system.
Thursday February 8 (OS) and Friday February 9 (OSPP) each pair will meet with one member of the teaching staff for a 15 minute code grading session. During the code grading you will present and discuss your solution to the module 2 mandatory assignments signals and pipeline. Working solutions are not enough. During the code grading you must show that you understand the concepts used in the assignments and that you can explain how your solutions works.
You will be graded fail or pass (3) individually.
If you fail the code grading for the mandatory assignment you must attend the retake code grading Friday February 2 and no longer has the opportunity to get a higher grade than pass (3) for the module 1 assignment.
If you pass the the code grading you have the opportunity to solve the optional shell higher grade assignment and present your solution during a code grading session Friday February 2.
In the detailed schedule below you see when your pair is scheduled for the code grading.
Be ready 15 minutes early
Each pair should be ready outside the Linux lab 15 minutes before their scheduled time slot. If a pair is late, one of the early pairs will take their place.
A larger number of students than anticipated have signed up for higher grade assignments. To adjust for this, in combination with fewer teaching assistans assigned to the course than originally planned, an additional session for higher grade code grading has been added on Tuesday February 20.
If you made other plans for the added session on Tuesday February 20 contact Diep to make sure you will be scheduled on Monday February 19. Also contact Diep if you signed up but are not in the schedule.