I didn't run Emma coverage reports myself by the time I wrote the proposal. But I managed to do it today. It took a long time to run all the tests, but it completed without errors and produced a coverage report. The numbers were almost the same as that of the automated runs. I will update the proposal to include this.
Hi Nufail,Your proposal looks good and solid. I would just ask you what I asked Siddharth: have you managed to run the Emma coverage reports yourself? This would be a good thing to have (and mention in your application) as they will be the reference for how good your code coverage is. It's important that you can run these yourself, instead of relying on the automated runs.Kathey and Bryan, feel free to contribute your thoughts about Nufail's and Siddharth's proposals. The more input we have, the better.Regards,TiagoOn Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 6:16 AM, Mohamed Nufail <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Hi Kathey,
I have come up with an initial version of my proposal. It is available at . I would be glad if you could go through it and provide suggestions for improving it.
NufailOn Thu, Apr 5, 2012 at 11:14 PM, Katherine Marsden <email@example.com> wrote:
On 4/4/2012 6:24 AM, Tiago Espinha wrote:I am not sure if the process is exactly the same this year. But here is the scoring criteria for past years. Some things you might not think of like the interview or indicating how much time you can dedicate count for a lot. So I suggest you review the scored items and make sure you are covered.Finally, here's a heads-up to all the students who would like to apply to this project: the application deadline is on April 6th, meaning you should get your project proposals submitted before then.
Be sure to submit an abstract, a description of the tests you're willing to take on and a schedule for the conclusion of the tests. It is also important to mention whether you have successfully set up the Derby environment and whether you managed to compile Derby. I would also appreciate if the applicants send me (off-list, directly to my e-mail address) the jars resulting from their compilation. To strengthen your application I also recommend serious applicants to come to our IRC channel (#derby @ irc.freenode.net) for an informal and quick interview.
If you have developed for Derby before and/or created unit tests, please mention this in your application.
Department of Computer Science & Engineering,
University of Moratuwa.