Programming Experience (Wintersemester 2021/2022)
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Robert Hirschfeld
Dr. Jens Lincke
- Weekly Hours: 4
- Credits: 6
- Enrolment Deadline: 01.10.2021 - 31.10.2021
- Teaching Form: Project seminar
- Enrolment Type: Compulsory Elective Module
- Course Language: German
- Maximum number of participants: 20
Programs & Modules
- CODS-Konzepte und Methoden
- CODS-Techniken und Werkzeuge
- SCAL-Konzepte und Methode
- SCAL-Techniken und Werkzeuge
Programming Experience (PX) is a subset of User Experience (UX) focusing on software developers, which are users of their programming tools and environments. Contrary to end-users, developers have the capability to build their own tools and systems, and to adapt them for their needs. In self-sustaining systems, such as Lively4 or Squeak/Smalltalk, these tools can be adapted while they are being used.
In this seminar, the participants will create or adapt tools and systems in self-sustaining environments with a focus on the programming experience. Topics of interests are programming tools for exploratory programming, babylonian programming, and polyglot programming.
In-depth knowledge in at least one dynamic programming language.
Die Themenvorstellung wird hybrid in Präsenz (Di, 26.10. 15:15 HS 3) und in Zoom stattfinden.
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Meeting ID: 694 9387 3887
Grading will take place based on the work on one of the projects. To complete the course, the following requirements are to be fulfilled:
To obtain the six credits, the following requirements are to be fulfilled:
- Work on a project topic, regular demonstration of progress, quality of code (50%)
- Final presentation of results (30%)
- Documentation of topic, its background, results, and software design decisions (20%)
One week before the final presentation, students will submit a draft of their current slides for feedback. One day before the final presentation, students will submit
- sources (e.g. PPTX) of the presentation slides,
- a PDF version of the presentation,
- current state of the project’s source code, and
- a short screencast (mp4)
All source code created during this seminar will be licenced under the MIT license.