The demo should include the following:
You will demo this in class to everyone.
You must also create a release on your repo where the code is located. This will give us a snapshot in time and allow us to grade it. See release body criteria and example below. Assignments without a coherent release body that follow the instructions in this assignment will be rejected and marked 1 day late.
The release does not need to include pull requests or commits from every member. The body does not even need any content, just ensure it is there and appropriately labelled.
This is a course designed to make a startup. When you’re running a startup, you need all the help you can get. This means your software should be adequately automated. We will be looking for the following when determining if your software is “real” and “working”.
docsfolder if it gets too big
|Problem and Solution||Gives a concise explanation of the problem and solution.||5.0|
|Product Vision||Explains the vision of the product, tells us about the future of the product, does not leave questions unanswered||15.0|
|Demo||The demonstration covers the main flows of the application. The flows seem to address the problem and be a solution.||25.0|
|Software||Has working code that runs and delivers a demo. Does not need to use command line (unless that is the main product UI!), code, unit tests, or other mockups to show the main flow. Mockups can be used to show non-main-path or future plans.||25.0|
|Reflection||Thoughtfully reflects on the build plan, architecture diagram, product, and problems faced. Describes how these changed over the term. Outlines plans into the future. Students incorporate the descriptions and problems, as well as future plans, into their demo to give the audience a visual understanding.||15.0|
|Presentation||Engaging presentation, ensures only relevant parts are shown and does not sugar-coat. Tells a good story.||15.0|
** It is ok to say “I’m not sure, thank you for bringing that up. I’ll research it and get back to you” as long as it’s not a large portion of the questions
This scale is used for each line of the rubric above.
|Outstanding, Thoughtful and thorough||100% of pts|
|Strong, Provides some thought||80% of pts|
|Acceptable, Simple explanation||60% of pts|
|Insufficient, Little effort was made to give explanations||40% of pts|
|Unacceptable, No effort was made or the section was missing||0% of pts|