- project contact hours: Tuesday, 18:55-20:40, C-11, room 404
- during the project there will be also other sessions TBA
- the first important meeting will be on February 20. It is crucial
not to miss this kick-off meeting.
We have to learn the tools for a team work and ``team culture''.
This is a practical part of ``Organization of an IT-Project''.
The particular goal of this project is to:
- analyze the processes from German courts Zivilprozessordnung
- translate them into something like UML
- localize similar Polish procedures
- write a documentation in a Wikipedia style
This will be a typical business project.
The goal is to be achieved by the group of students with a little
help from the client (dr Gomułkiewicz and myself, we wish to play
a very bad client!).
Quality of the project output will be evaluated.
Unacceptable output in parts of the project will lead to
rejection of the output as a whole.
The main goal is to learn how an IT-project look like, and lern team work.
You should learn the work tools during the project.
Students from Law Faculty are welcome and will be not discriminated
due to less advanced skills in information technology.
Ability to communicate in English is necessary, due to foreign participants
(optionally, we can switch to German, at least in project subgroups).
Documentation will be written in English and Polish.
Particularly welcome are the student that wish to
devote their professional activities to creating technology for e-society.