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The goal of real world software developments is for developers to analyze, design, program, and test complete applications that solve the needs of the customer. The iLab exercises you have been given will give you practice with the specific programming techniques you need to complete the course project, but these are small, self-contained, academic programs. Just completing the iLabs will not lead you on a path to becoming a software developer. The objective of the Course Project is to give you practice applying the programming techniques to a complete development project.
The actual programming problem is not too difficult, but in order to be successful with the Course Project you will need to be able to apply the programming techniques and accomplish the analysis and design of the problem as well. This implies that you need to understand the weekly concepts as well as the programming techniques so you can apply both to the software development project.
The course project is divided into four increments and you will complete one new increment each week. Each new increment builds upon the previous weeks, which means that each week you need to be successful in completing the weekly increment requirements; otherwise, you will not be able to add new increments in subsequent weeks. If you cannot get an increment working, then make sure you contact your professor for help.
There are three things that you need to do to be successful in the course project:
• Don’t skip analysis and design and go straight to coding; otherwise you will get into a “build and fix” mode of programming which will always, always lengthen the time it takes you to complete the program.
• Complete the weekly iLab exercises before you start the course project coding. You can do the project analysis and design before you start...