Course Responsible / Instructor: Dietmar Pfahl (dietmar.pfahl at ut dot ee)
TA: Briti Deb
TA: Svetlana Omelkova
Lectures (begin in week 32):
- Thursday 10:15 - 12:00, J. Liivi 2-405
Labs (practice learning; begin in week 33):
- Group 1: Tuesday 16:15 - 18:00, J. Liivi 2-207
- Group 2: Tuesday 10:15 - 12:00, J. Liivi 2-207
- Group 3: Thursday 16:15 - 18:00, J. Liivi 2-207
- Group 4: Wednesday 10:15 - 12:00, J. Liivi 2-203 (with exception of the lab in week 37: 2-206) - Note: This lab group is reserved for employees of Playtech; Since May 1 is a public holiday, this group's lab sessions will be re-scheduled beginning with lab 3, and the last lab will be on May 29.
Please note that the deadline for submitting the project report is the same for all Lab groups, i.e., Friday, May 17, at 19:00 (week 37)!
Office hours: Wed. 9:30-11:30, J. Liivi 2-339, or by appointment
The most recent course outline can be found here.
The re-take exam (recit) has taken place today and the resulting grades have been updated (cf. grades file under 'Assessment'). My thanks go to all students who participated in the course and made it a good learning experience for everybody (including myself).
All exams have now been marked and the final grades of those students who participated in the exam have been posted. Students who were scheduled for one of the regular exams but didn't attend will see 'no show' in the grade column. The final grade will be entered once the re-take exam (recit) has taken place.
The retake exam (recit) has been scheduled for 20-June-2013, 10:15-11:45 (J. Liivi 2-612). Note that you must register for the retake exam, if you want to participate. Only students with a total grade 'F' will be admitted, or students who missed both exams ('no show').
The marks for the written exam (date: 30-May) and the resulting final course grades have now been posted. Also, all marks for Lab 5 have been posted (with details and feedback).
As promised, all exams of those students who are graduating have been graded. The resulting course grades have been posted under 'Assessment' and submitted to ÖIS.
The marks for Lab4 (and bonus task) have now been posted for all lab groups (incl. group 4).
The marks for the written exam and the resulting final course grades have now been posted for all BSc students having their defense on June 6 and 7.
The marks for Lab4 (and bonus task) have now been posted for lab groups 1, 2 and 3. The marks for lab group 4 follow soon.
The marks for Lab6 (project) as well as the marks for Lab5 (groups 1 to 3) are now included in the marking list posted under 'Assessment' (link: 'Grades'). A detailed break-down of the lab6 marks have been posted in the 'Labs' section under Lab6. If you need to get more detailed feedback, please see me in my office. Svetlana will post details of Lab5 marking soon in the Lab5 section.
The marks for Lab3 are now included in the marking list posted under 'Assessment' (link: 'Grades'). A detailed break-down of the lab3 marks have been posted by Briti in the 'Labs' section under Lab3. If you need to get more detailed feedback, please see Briti in his office.
I have now received most of your project reports. Three reports were late (within 24h after submission deadline) and thus receive a penalty. I will not read (and mark) any reports coming in after 19:00 on May 19. The project presentation schedules for each lab group are available under Section 'Labs' (Lab6) in the course wiki.
This is a gentle reminder for everybody working on the project. ALL project reports have to be submitted as PDF files via the submit button on the course wiki at the latest on Friday, May 17, at 19:00. Please submit only one file per project group and make sure that all group members are mentioned as authors in the report. Please use the IEEE template following the instructions given. Not using the template will result in reduced marks.
The submission date of the project report is equal for all and thus independent from your lab group number. Next week, all lab groups (including group 4 - Playtech) will do lab 6 (i.e., project presentation). Please bring you presentation slides to the lab meetings next week. If you don't have a computer, bring your presentation on some storage device (ideally USB stick) or make it available otherwise, so you can present using my computer. I will bring a Windows 7 computer. I have MS Office and OpenOffice installed on my computer. (I will not bring my Mac).
Industry Presentation by Madis Jullinen: "Gaming as a gateway to better testing."
I have now posted the list of enrolled students with name, lab group number, and email under Labs->Lab6 (go to 'Labs' link in the sidebar on the left). For Lab 4 group (Playtech) the OIS system didn't show email information for everyone - but you will know your Playtech email addresses anyway.
I just started a discussion forum at QuickTopic for our topic "Software Testing". To join in (or just to read) use your web browser to go to:
http://www.quicktopic.com/50/H/5FDtWXF7qUhZx (or klick on 'Message Board' in the sidebare on the left)
You don't have to register or sign in, and you can choose to receive email for newly posted messages -- just click the "Get email" button when you get there.
First lecture takes place on Thursday, 11-Apr-2013 in J. Liivi 2-405. First lab sessions take place in the following week (week 33).