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Unit Timetable 2018

  means that a TimeSheet, a tar or zip file of Booked Hours spreadsheets and Minutes of your group meeting are due this week.

  means that a meeting with the Project Auditor is due this week

NOTE:  
To ensure they are correctly filed, could you please use the naming convention:
  • Timesheet files Timesheet_GroupX_WkY.xls, e.g. Timesheet_GroupP_Wk2.xls
  • Your zip/gzip file of booked-hours spreadsheets Booked_GroupX_WkY.zip or Booked_GroupX_WkY.tar
  • Meeting minutes Minutes_GroupX_WkY.pdf (or .doc). If you have more than one meeting in a week, append a letter after the week, e.g. Minutes_GroupP_Wk11a.pdf.

Week Commencing
Week
Event
Deliverables Due
30th July
1
Team allocation & project assignment
 
6th August
2
   Sprint 1 starts
* Team meetings with clients
* Mentor meeting 1
 
13th August
3
20th August
4
   Sprint 1 deliverables due (Team)
* Personal Reflection 1 (Individual)
Sprint 1 due 5pm Wednesday 22nd August (to client, copy to cssubmit)
Personal Relfection due 11:59pm Friday 24th August (to cssubmit)
27th August
5
11:59pm Friday 31st August
3rd September
6
   Sprint 2 starts
* Mentor Meeting 2
10th September
7
17th September
8
   Sprint 2 deliverables due (Team)
* Personal Reflection 2 (Individual)
Sprint 2 due 5pm Monday 17th September (to client, copy to cssubmit)
Personal Relfection due 11:59pm Friday 21st September (to cssubmit)
24th September
 Break
   
 Note: No weeky deliverables due
1st October
9
  Sprint 3 starts
* Mentor Meeting 3
 
8th October
10
 
 
15th October
11
 

22nd October
12
 Sprint 3 (final system) due (Team)
* Personal Reflection 3 (Individual) due
* GRCC Spreadsheets (Individual) due
* Mentor Meeting 4
Sprint 3 due 5pm Monday 22nd October (to client, copy to cssubmit)
Personal Relfection due 11:59pm Friday 26th October (to cssubmit)
GRCC due 11:59 Friday 26th October



Departmentof Computer Science & Software Engineering
The University of Western Australia


Last modified: 3 August 2018

Modified By: Michael Wise
UWA