Programming for the Natural and Social Sciences: COMP132 2021 Trimester T2.

Welcome to COMP132 for 2021 Tri T2.

Announcements

26/10/2021: New room allocation; Try SampleTermTest2.ipynb

There has been a terrible mistake in the room allocation due to a miscommunication. Here is the correct and official one done by the University Central:
COLT122 (Adams-Culver),
MCLT101 (Darroch-Li),
KKLT303 (Linton-Rodda Mander),
MCLT103 (Runicman-Zong)

Check this page for all details: https://ecs.wgtn.ac.nz/Courses/COMP132_2021T2/TermTest2
You must download and run SampleTermTest2.ipynb to make sure your computer is set up properly.
Distance student check this page: https://ecs.wgtn.ac.nz/Courses/COMP132_2021T2/TermTest2Distance

18/10/2021: Model answers for assignments

A1 solutions was in lecture 3.2 (week 3, 2nd)
A2 solutions was in lecture 6.2 (week 6, 2nd)
A2_v2 solutions is attached on the schedule page at

https://ecs.wgtn.ac.nz/foswiki/pub/Courses/COMP132_2021T2/CourseSchedule/A2-v2-Solutions.mp4

A3 model answers was in lecture 7.3 video
A4 model answers was in lecture 9.3 video
A5 model answers was in lecture 12.2 video
A6 model answers in a final video A6 model answers on blackboard

7/10/2021: Marking

Two-third of A4 were marked and released. If you didn't get your marks, please wait for 3 more days.
Two tutors have been too busy and I have given them an extension to next Monday. Sorry for the delay.
A5 and A6 will be marked by our staff members and I am expecting A5 marks next week.


Course Pages and Resources:


System Management: Set up ECS account, Change password, Forward your email, Check print allocation, Report a problem

Technical Documentation and FAQs: The ECS Technical Pages have useful resources and information about the ECS computing system.

Science/Engineering Faculty resources: Māori in Engineering - support network for Māori and Pasifika. Science and Engineering Faculty office.

VUW resources: Māori hub, Pasifika hub. VUW Student Learning, VUW Computing Services, and VUW Library

Clubs: VUWWIT: Victoria University of Wellington Women in Tech is a group for students that identify as women or non-binary who are studying computer science, engineering and other STEM subjects at Victoria University.

Other resources: A list of free online courses in computer science, which could add to your learning.