CSIS 451 Assignments


Generally, work will be submitted electronically by:

For textbook and other non-programming assignments, name your submission according to the following pattern:

<username>_<assignment>.<ext>
For example, consider a student named Jane Smith with a GFU email address of jsmith15@georgefox.edu; her username is jsmith15. When submitting some "Assignment 7" assignment, she would name her file jsmith15_Assignment7.pdf.

Unless otherwise specified, programs will be submitted as plain-text source code and written assignments will be submitted in PDF format. For programs consisting of multiple files, programs will be submitted as a ZIP compressed archive. No handwritten work will be accepted unless explicitly requested as part of a specific assignment.

For non-programming assignments, ensure that you include the following in each file you submit in an appropriate header or title page format:

For programming assignments, include your GFU email address in a header comment in each file, using the appropriate tags (e.g., a Javadoc or Doxygen @author tag).

New assignments are added as the semester progresses. Check back often.

Weekly

Engineering Your Soul (EYS)
Read the assigned reading and participate as directed on the course syllabus page.


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