Final project presentations (2021S)
Final project presentations are on Wednesday 12.5.2021, 10-12, online, Zoom (check link from the Moodle).
Slides, posters and videos (optional) will be added to the course’s Moodle forum.
9.45 Zoom room opens (check link from the Moodle)
10.00 – 10.15 KIVAKO Project – Tandem app V
10.15 – 10.30 Upgrading a solution for a browser-based Rainbow Dictionary
10.30 – 10.45 SW component management
10.45 – 11.00 TASERA Scheduling Software III
11.00 – 11.15 Therapy applications for children and adolescents
11.15 – 11.30 Metrics Monitoring Tool VII
11.30 – 11.45 RadioDNS
11.45 – 12.00 Share & Save – Selainpohjaisen tavaroiden lainausohjelmiston jatkokehitys
- All teams give a final project presentation in the end of the project. In the presentation, take the following things into account:
- Send a link to your presentation slides and project poster (and videos etc.) latest by 11.5.2021 to responsible teacher (timo.poranen @ tuni.fi). Slides (and links to videos etc.) will added to the course’s Moodle forum.
- Presentations are given in Zoom using screen share functionality. Test Zoom beforehand (https://tuni.zoom.us/ and https://www.tuni.fi/it-services/handbook?page=4817 ).
- Link to Zoom can be found from the Moodle.
- Whole team should participate in the event.
- The optimal length of your presentation is 12 minutes, after that 2 minutes are reserved for questions and 1 minute for preparations needed by the next group. Practice your presentation beforehand.
- Keep the presentation in English if your group’s working language is English. Finnish language projects can give their presentation in Finnish, but slides can be in English.
- To avoid demo effects, you can record a video and show it during the presentation.
- What you should cover in the presentation
- Introduce your project group and client.
- Show statistics (working hours, activities, commits, implemented requirements,…), mention your development model and explain how you applied your development model.
- Give a demo. This is an important part of the presentation. You can also play a video.
- Mention your project’s good and bad experiences. Did you encounter any risks.
- Good-to-know things to mention to other groups.
- Other things you like to mention.
Short project presentations (2021S)
Short project presentations are on Friday 5.2.2021, 10.15-12, online.
Send your slides (or link to slides) to the lecturer before the presentation day. Slides will be uploaded to the Moodle.
10.00 Zoom room opens
10.15 – 10.25 KIVAKO Project – Tandem app
10.25 – 10.35 Upgrading a solution for a browser-based Rainbow Dictionary
10.35 – 10.45 SW component management
10.45 – 10.55 TASERA Scheduling Software III
10.55 – 11.05 Therapy applications for children and adolescents
11.05 – 11.15 Metrics Monitoring Tool VII
11.15 – 11.25 RadioDNS
11.25 – 11.35 Share & Save
- In the Moodle (see Topic 5) there is a section for presentation slides. Send your slides, or a link to your slides, beforehand to the lecturer. Then lecturer will add your slides to the Moodle.
- Practice using Zoom beforehand. Check university’s Zoom guidelines.
Each team has about 7 minutes for their presentation:
- Introduce your project shortly.
- Describe what kind of group you have.
- Meetings, communication with the client, communication with the group.
- Main project risks, how to avoid them.
- Development model (iterations, reviews, software design, testing, UI-desing, usability,…).
- Initial schedule (iterations and their content).
- Other management related issues (for example, what kind of help / support / learning your team needs).
- Finnish language project can give their presentation in Finnish, but slides should be in English.
After the presentation, couple of minutes are used for questions and discussion.