IAT-235: 11 Coding Quiz — A slide deck
The Coding Quiz
- Put away all mobile devices
- You will have 60 minutes
- You are allowed to use the internet to help complete this quiz (i.e. validators, online resources)
- You are expected to cite resources
are not allowed to talk with your peers
- All multi-file submissions must be in .zip format
- All answers must be your own work
Any plagiarism or cloning of answers will not be tolerated and will receive an immediate zero.
The secret password is . You have 60 minutes.
If you are done early, we will reconvene for lecture at 11:40am.
Faking the Interactions
Since we haven't taught you everything
As discussed, there are some things you won't be able to do with what we have taught you. Avoid over-extending yourself unless you feel comfortable, as we are more interested in seeing a series of functioning responsive pages over broken though slightly-shinier pages.
When in doubt, aim to get the process working as intended rather than making the functionality super-slick.
Things we are looking for:
- Briefly explain your process
- How do your online/offline materials assist and support users in accessing the necessary info?
- How does it inform us both online and offline?
- Keep the presentation under 3 minutes
Do not open up your webpages and walk us through it. We will be doing this when we grade it ourselves.
- 8:45 — Arrive for setup at Vancouver City Hall
- 9:00 — Set up and ready to go
- 9:30 — Event opens to guests
- 10:00 — Official welcome, sharing of projects, voting for best
- 11:15 — Voting closes, results tallied
- 11:30 — Prizes announced
- 11:45 — Pack up and go
What to Expect of the Hubbub
Lots of 'pitching' your project to a lay audience, as well as some time to check out other's work.
Final Presentation in-Lecture
If you would like to sign-up to present in-lecture, you can save on having to attend your labs in the final week as a result.
If you attend both the in-lecture and Hubbub presentations, you can receive an additional 1% on the final project.
How to Submit Your Final Project
A step-by-step guide
- Upload your website to your SFU filespace
- Test all pages of your website
- Build your presentation
- In your presentation, embed one slide with the project URL
- Please insert a comment in your Canvas submission with the project URL
No Mega-lab this week
- Technical support
Next week's lecture will be some final notes for the term and then support time.
- Office hours — Tuesdays from 9-10am and Thursdays from 9-10am at the Surrey campus mezzanine.