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ENG1003 Summary/Revision

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ENG1003 Memorisation Questions + Answers

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ENG1003 Unit Summary Revision

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ENG1003: Mobile Apps (HD)

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Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

It’s kind of a really strange unit. Really really strange. It is apparently designed for people with no prior coding experience but how untrue that is. From week 1 it was soo tough, they try to teach you how the web and web apps work and how you can manipulate APIs and use GIT. Unit goes really fast paced and you barely get time to learn how to code. Unless your dedicated and know what’s going on then I think you will be good and ALSO pray that you have an IT team member then you will be all set for the really difficult projects. I just don’t get why this unit is compulsory for students who have no intention of majoring in software or electrical eng. only plus side is exam is all theory and easy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

I loved this unit as a first-year student, but I did feel like it went too fast for people who were new to programming. Expecting complete beginners to navigate the Google Maps API seemed a little too optimistic. Nevertheless, it is definitely a fun unit if you have some experience in coding, and also a good way to figure out if you want to choose Software Engineering as your specialisation.

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Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

My best first year eng unit score by far, but most hated subject. Fine with the basics but the assignments were ten times harder than taught content, the exam didn't have any coding which is a major positive and was basically just on weeks 8/9 -12 lecture content.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

An odd unit that trys to teach the design process of the user interface of an app or software product. While it doesn't assume prior programming knowledge, it is deliberately set up to get students writing simple web apps in teams. Be prepared to also learn many different work ethics of other students studyin first year engineering!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

To those who has never done any coding. Either git gud or find that one carry who doesn't mind teaching and stick to that person like a leech. They will save you when it's time for assignments and for exam. If you've done basic coding before and understand the logic process or basic syntax, it shouldn't be too hard. This unit requires extensive usage of Google and reading through heaps of technical jargon. But it's doable!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

I thought as an introduction to web development programming (html, css, JavaScript), this is a very beneficial subject. Michael the lecturer is very good and very thorough, his lectures were very informative. You should have no trouble at all with this if you're familiar with web development (or any exposure to programming at all), however it may be tough if you're entirely new to programming.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

If you've done any form of coding before, the subject is a breeze. However, if you have done any form of coding before, expect to be the carry for the group assignment.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

This subject provides several challenges to those that have never done computer coding before. As the lecturer states, most of the work that needs to be completed is an exploration of JavaScript coding in your own time, so be prepared to spend time outside of pracs/lectures learning the content. Ultimately, the mobile apps projects are satisfying to complete however they require perseverance.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016