- Pre-meeting took place on Thursday, July 21st at 12:00pm, virtually on Zoom.
- The kickoff meeting will happen on Thursday, September 22nd at 15:00, in room MI HS 1, Friedrich L. Bauer Hörsaal.
Pre-Meeting Slides: slides
Note: attending the pre-meeting was neither mandatory nor does it affect your chances of getting in
2. Send us an application email by 01.08.2022 (23:59) to email@example.com
The email should contain:
- your current degree + program (e.g. M.Sc. Informatik)
- Related coursework (e.g. SEBA)
- Motivation (max. 1000 characters)
- CV (incl. recommendations/references if available - all in 1 PDF)
- Links (optional): Github, LinkedIn, previous projects,...
- Without this information we cannot consider your application!
- You can send your application after the deadline as well, but there is no guarantee we will read it.
Supervisor: Dr. Guy Yachdav
Teaching Assistants: Amin Ben Saad, Ronald Skorobogat, Christoph Weinhuber
What we provide
Our Project Partners - WS22/23
1. Forto ... is a digital freight forwarder & shipping management platform provider.
2. CGI ... is among the largest IT and business consulting services firms in the world.
Project Setup: (see pre-meeting slides)
- 9 weeks
- 3 independent projects
- 15-20 students per project
- 3-5 teams per project with 4-6 devs
- 1 project lead and 1 team lead per team
- motivated & experienced students who want to be team leads get a grade bonus of 0.3
Meeting Structure (9 Week Project Period):
- Sprint Meeting (weekly, remotely, 1h) → team-internal information sharing on sprint progress
- Team Lead Meeting (weekly, remotely, 45min) → team leads of a project update each other on their progress & resolve dependencies
- Customer Meeting (bi-weekly, remotely, 30-45min) → regular feedback meeting with your customer
- Design Review (once, in-person, tbd) → mid-term presentation of current web app version
- Client Acceptance Test (once, in-person tbd) → final demo of the project result
Deliverables & Grading: (see pre-meeting slides)
- Web Application (70% of grade)
- Topic Presentation (25% of grade)
- Seminar Paper (5% of grade)
You will be working in teams but the grading will be individualized as much as possible. Effort & good work will be rewarded greatly while laziness won't. We keep open the possibility to exclude extreme cases of lacking effort completely from the seminar.
- Kick-off Meeting: September 22nd 2022
- Design Review: TBA (week 6)
- Client Acceptance Test: TBA (week 9)
- Topic Presentations (in class, participation mandatory): TBA (week 12)
- Seminar Paper Hand-in (online): TBA
more info: see pre-meeting slides
IMPORTANT: Based on your preferred team (Backend/Frontend/Data) you'll be working with different tools and frameworks. Experience with them is not mandatory yet beneficial.
- Knowledge in at least one functional or Object Oriented Programming language
- Familiarity with Node, Express or comparable frameworks/libraries
- Experience with Cloud Services, e.g. Google Cloud, AWS, ...
- Experience with relational and NoSQL Databases, e.g. MongoDB
- Bonus: TypeScript, Docker, …
- Familiarity with React, Angular or comparable frameworks/libraries
Data, Visuals & ML:
- Familiarity with D3 or comparable visualisation frameworks/libraries
- Experience (and/or great interest) in handling big amounts of data
- Bonus: Python
- Language Basics
- Functions and Objects
- Data Visualization (starting on slide 14)
- EDx course from the chair
- RECOMMENDED VIDEO http://www.paulirish.com/2010/10-things-i-learned-from-the-jquery-source/
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