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2003 Contest Environment - Computer Configuration and IDE
This resource page contains the latest information on how the AITP NCC Java competition event computer lab workstations will be configured. As new information is obtained, it will be posted here.
The current information is official pending final information from the hosting institution and sponsors.
This year the contest will consist of two sessions:
Breakout Session - This session will cover the UML notation and methodology that will be used in the Java competition event. All Java contestants should attend this session. Additionally, faculty and other interested students are encouraged to attend. The purpose of this breakout session is to teach people how to apply UML Use Case and Class notation diagrams.
Contest Event - This will consist of an orientation where the Java Contest Event problem statement will be introduced followed by a question and answer session. Once all teams have had an opportunity to review the problem statement and resolve any questions, the contest will begin.
AITP NCC Java Competition Event Issues
Each year brings an entirely new range of options for the annual Java competition event: Which IDE to use, Which database to use, Which computer platform (Java Platform and Operating System) to use. Even issues such as letting the contestants provide their own computer or requiring the contestants to use a computer provided by the competition event. Making these decisions requires a set of assumptions and requirements. For more information on how the selection process is conducted and how you can contribute, click here.
Last Updated: TUE 11 MAR 2003
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