You should submit assignments as early as possible to avoid submission problems. You can submit multiple times; only the last submission will be graded.
|Assignment||Due date/time||Design doc signup|
|Initial design||Code||Final design|
|Nachos phase 1||2005-02-09 15:45||2005-02-16 15:45||2005-02-18 15:45||Karl||Adrian|
|Nachos phase 2||2005-03-01 23:59 *||2005-03-10 23:59 *||2005-03-11 23:59 *||Karl||Adrian|
|Nachos phase 3||2005-03-17 23:59 *||2005-03-31 23:59 *||2005-04-01 15:45||Karl|
|Nachos phase 4||2005-04-14 23:59||2005-04-21 23:59||2005-04-23 23:59||Karl|
Submit your initial design doc using: submit projN-initial-design
Submit your code using: submit projN-code
Optional: if you want to submit code without it affecting your final "code" submission (i.e. to test), submit code using: submit projN-test
Submit your final design document using submit projN-final-design
The initial design document is due about a week before the code is due, or before the scheduled day of your design review (whichever is earlier).
The final design document is due as listed (usually 2*24 hours after you turned in your code). If you used slip days for code, you get the same number of slip days for the final design document for free.
The design review should be around the same time as your initial design document is due and certainly before the code is due -- but is flexible as arranged with your TA.
Your whole group needs to attend.
Bring a paper copy of your design document to your design review.