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Team <insert witty name here>

"Welcome to our crib yo."- the Squirreliminator


Name email other
Shawn Xuereb sxuereb3@gatech.edu No single rain drop thinks it is to blame for the flood.
Alex White awhite30@gatech.edu The only consistent feature in all of your dissatisfying relationships is you.
Connie Chen cchen330@gatech.edu “The opposite of love is not hate, it's indifference. The opposite of art is not ugliness, it's indifference. The opposite of faith is not heresy, it's indifference. And the opposite of life is not death, it's indifference.”- Elie Wiesel
Jeanie Choi jeanie.choi@gatech.edu The source of all true evil that plagues the world originates from the simple backyard squirrel.




Reflection:

Communication with your group members is extremely important for this project, so be sure to use a messaging-program: we used Skype, which was especially nice because you could do screen-sharing and see what exactly your other teammate is having trouble with. File sharing was also extremely easy with Skype.

We also used Google Groups to post messages and our latest files. We didn't use the online repository in VisualWorks, but it all worked out because each person had a designated role, meaning there wasn't much merging involved. Also when two people did work on a particular class at the same time, they would use screen-share to check up on how the other person was doing the coding.

Also useful would be Dropbox: create a Dropbox under one account, then have everyone install it under that account. When you've installed Dropbox, you'll have a folder called Dropbox that is linked to the internet. Whatever you put in that folder automatically appears in the Dropbox folders of everyone else in your team.
Here's the link: https://www.dropbox.com/

We got a little pressed for time at the end, and we had trouble with the graphs in M7 and the dynamic web content in M9. Be sure to get help when you need it and don't wait until the last minute. The professor is open to helping you out with any coding problems you have, big or small.



Our Cases:

M3- Domain Design
M5- Application Design
M6- Domain Coding
M7- UI Coding
M8- UI Evaluation
M9- Web Design





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