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Lecture 13, Tue 10/25
(Tue Lecture): First CATME Peer Eval, then Continue work on team02
- Video: https://gauchocast.hosted.panopto.com/Panopto/Pages/Viewer.aspx?id=af1fd3e9-2aa7-435e-ad70-af3a0013c33e
- Today, we’ll do our first CATME survey
- The first CATME survey establishes a base line.
- Each CATME survey does count as a participation grade
- For this first survey, the results are not used as part of your grade, since:
- It’s the first time you are doing one of these
- You may not yet have a fully developed sense of how you are working as a team.
- So this one is “just for practice, and for information”
- Future CATME surveys may be used as a basis for a “team multiplier” of your grade on team assignments.
- If your team rates your contribution really low, it could impact your grade negatively.
- Please decide, as a team, to set aside time to fill out your CATME surveys either now, or after class.
- Please hold a standup meeting
- Please review the status of your Kanban board for
- If you are done with team02, or think you’ll be done with team02 before section tomorrow, please let your team mentor know (see: https://bit.ly/cs156-f22-teams)
and also use an
@phtconmention in your Team’s slack channel to let the professor know.
- The goal is to finish by 5pm Friday.
Please check the Kanban boards for team02 for the three teams to which you are assigned. Check that:
- Each team member has exactly one issue assigned to them in the In Progress column (not less than one, not more than one)
- If there are issues “In Review”, check that there is a Pull Request
- If there are issues that are “Done”, if applicable, be sure that a PR has been merged
- This doesn’t apply to simple tasks like setting up the Heroku deployment
- It does apply to anything that involves changing Java Code
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