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[90+] OOSD Revision Notes

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Great subject. The whole project is legit making a game and its super fun! Its all in Java and you learn a lot of object oriented Principles! Definitely worth it :)

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020

Best lecturer, content really interesting and tutors are really good. Pretty much the subject everyone majoring in CSS (or even Data Science) should look forward to in 2nd year. If you haven't learnt OOP before it'll just open new ways of structuring code and projects, a new way of thinking. Project was fun despite the inevitable bugs that will arise from building a game in Java. Loved it.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Fun fun! Matt's a funny guy and he lecture's really well. I engaged in lectures because I didn't wanna let him down. Tutes are good if you engage, but you can do them from home if you feel confident with the content (just do the questions and programming problems). Project is fun and gives opportunities to expand (if you want to) (start it early though, as with all computing projects it requires time) This subject felt genuinely useful for my career (for once)

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Great introduction to object orientated programming. Lecturer (Matt) is very engaging. The project is very fun and manageable if you start it early enough. The content becomes quite dry during the end of semester however.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This subject provides a rigorous foundation to object oriented design principles. The concepts you learn here are used in the industry. UML is a necessary evil - at least that's how they portray it, but that is the only boring part of the semester.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018