|Units||Course Name||Examination Mark||Assessment Mark||HSC Mark||Performance Band|
|1||Mathematics Extension 1||46/50||40/50||43||E3|
|2||Software Design and Development||95/100||94/100||95||6|
And my UAI is 88.75.
HSC is finally over!
(Yes, that's all.)
Analysis of the HSC courses
See my last post for a link to my full data set.
Here's a short list of the HSC courses (Male subjects at top, Female subjects at bottom).
- Software Design and Development
- Information Processes and Technology
- Mathematics Extension 2
- Mathematics Extension 1
- English (Standard)
- Modern History
- English …
We got through to the finals of ProgComp (results here), which I was very happy about, and the NCSS Challenge is starting tomorrow. Yay!
Also, I've been trying to embed a Python Console into presentation software. I've spent most of today creating a Java applet which runs the Python process …read more
Exams - Almost the end
My exams are almost over - done all except Physics. Apart from Chemistry and Maths Extension 1, I reckon I've done fairly well.
I've been generally unable to work on my Python web framework-like-thing, but have been able to have a think about some ideas for changes.
This isn't really a …read more
Spellcaster Documentation for D&U:
- Project Statement (done)
- IPO Charts (done)
- Storyboard (done)
- DFDs (done)
- Screen Designs (done)
- Limited Prototype (done)
- Data Dictionary (done)
- Gantt Chart (done)
- Hierarchy Chart (done)
As you can see, this isn't a really verbose post, but enough to see where I'm at, struggling through the …read more
So I did my SDD Walkthrough for Spellcaster today, and passed successfully along with (I believe) all the other members of my Software class.
I've already done the Initial Prototype, so that's one step from D&U out of the way, but there's all the nasty documentation to get done …read more
Well, today I did a number of things.
One useful thing was giving a mini-lecture on CGI (with a direction towards Python), and Python 3k to my software class. They really don't understand the usefulness of one-liners in programming. Hmm. Maybe 'usefulness' is the wrong word.
In other news, I've …read more