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  • Will the course be recorded? Will there be live Zoom lectures?
    The course will be recorded. There will be no live lectures via Zoom.
  • Tell us more about the final project
    The project is based on the basics of home exercises and workshops and includes the establishment of a complex web system Its submission and presentation will be until the end of the semester, meaning it will not be transferred to the exam period. All the material needed to work on the project will be delivered before the publication of the exercise and there will be a lot of time to work on it. Still, the exercise is relatively complex, and we will accompany you during reception hours and dedicated workshops. You will have to submit the project for review and also present it to the lecturer, and during the presentation, you will be tested on its planning and execution, and on other topics that will be studied in the course.
  • Can you elaborate more on the assignments in the course?
    3 homework assignments in the first part of the semester to learn Frontend and Backend basics, including new technologies. The final project, which will accompany the second part of the course, and it will include developing a more complex web system while implementing the tools that will be learned during the course.
  • Is there pre-required courses?
    (234122 - Introduction to Systems Programming and 236363 - Databases) or (234124 - Introduction to Systems Programming and 236363 - Databases) Operating systems and algorithms are not formal prerequisites, but their basics are important for a deep understanding of the material. Apart from that, no prior knowledge is required.
  • How will the lectures and tutorials be conducted? How many teaching hours per week are there?
    There will be 3 hours of lecture a week (throughout most of the semester), dedicated for theoretical and practical material. There will be no tutorials, however some of the lectures will include a live-coding session, for more hands-on practice. We will conduct 3 workshops, 2-hours long each. As some of the lectures will be shorter, there will be an average of 3 academic hours per week (including workshop time).
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