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Final project presentations (2019S)

Final project presentations are on Wednesday 15.5.2019, 10.15-12.30, Pinni B3116.

Slides and posters will be added to the course’s Moodle forum.

  • 10.15 Online test platform for coordination games
  • 10.30 LB Developer Portal 2.0
  • 10.45 KIVAKO Project / Tandem app
  • 11.00 Chess action game
  • 11.15 Parking place management system
  • 11.30 Opettajan käyttöliittymä Plussa-järjestelmään
  • 11.45 Aasa III – muuttujien asiasanoittamisen taustapalvelun toteutus
  • 12.00 Penna II – kirjoitusaineistojen keruutyökalun jatkokehitys
  • Cancelled:  12.15 Rahat Riittämään – helppokäyttöinen mobiilisivusto oman talouden hallintaan

Guidelines:

  • All teams give a final project presentation in the end of the project. In the presentation, take the following things into account:
    • Send a link to your presentation slides and project poster (and videos etc.) latest by 14.5.2019 to responsible teacher (timo.poranen @ tuni.fi). Slides (and links to videos etc.) will added to the course’s Moodle forum.
    • Lecture room’s computer will be used for presentations. If you use your own laptop, you can come earlier (10.00) to test that everything works fine.
    • It is required that as many team members as possible participate in the presentation.
    • The optimal length of your presentation is 12 minutes, after that 2 minutes are reserved for questions and 1 minute for preparations needed by the next group. Practice your presentation beforehand.
    • Keep the presentation in English if your group’s working language is English. Finnish language projects can give their presentation in Finnish.
    • To avoid demo effects (especially with phone applications), you can record a video and show it during the presentation.
  • What you should cover in the presentation
    • Introduce your project group and client.
    • Show statistics (working hours, activities, commits, implemented requirements,…), mention your development model and explain how you applied your development model.
    • Give a demo. This is an important part of the presentation. You can also play a video.
    • Mention your project’s good and bad experiences. Did you encounter any risks.
    • Good-to-know things to mention to other groups.
    • Other things you like to mention.
Short project presentations (2019S)

Short project presentations are on Friday 1.2.2019, 10.15-12.00, Pinni A3111.

  • 10.15 Online test platform for coordination games
  • 10.25 LB Developer Portal 2.0
  • 10.35 KIVAKO Project / Tandem app
  • 10.45 Chess action game
  • 10.55 Parking place management system
  • 11.05 Opettajan käyttöliittymä Plussa-järjestelmään
  • 11.15 Aasa III – muuttujien asiasanoittamisen taustapalvelun toteutus
  • 11.25 Penna II – kirjoitusaineistojen keruutyökalun jatkokehitys
  • 11.35 Rahat Riittämään – helppokäyttöinen mobiilisivusto oman talouden hallintaan

On presentation slides:

  • You can use your own laptop, or you can use lecture room’s computer (it should have a USB port).
  • In the Moodle (see bottom of the Moodle-page) there is a section for storing and sharing your presentation slides. Send your slides, or a link to your slides, beforehand to the lecturer. Then lecturer will add your slides to the Moodle.

Each team has about 7 minutes for their presentation:

  • Introduce your project shortly.
  • Describe what kind of group you have.
  • Meetings, communication with the client, communication with the group…
  • Main project risks, how to avoid them.
  • Development model (iterations, reviews, software design, testing, UI-desing, usability,…).
  • Initial schedule (iterations and their content).
  • Other management related issues (what kind of help / support / learning your team needs).
  • Finnish language project can give their presentation in Finnish, but slides should be in English.

After the presentation, couple of minutes are used for questions and discussion.