- Many WPF Drawing and Animation examples posted.
.NET notes of interest (old, but good) (Special thanks to Joe
Hummel of Lake Forest College)
Notes in .PDF format
Each program should include your name, a description of the program,
and a discussion of any issues you had. Each class should contain
a description of what the class is all about. Document any
code. Use descriptive names and whitespace to enhance the
readability of your code. Follow our naming conventions (which
will be discussed in class -- they are the conventions used by the .NET
Framework). Failure to do this will result in point loss.
Keep your code clean and easy to read. Don't give me a
reason to take points off for sloppy code.
PROJECTS - Documentation is same as with programming assignments.
Each class should contain your name, a description of the class,
and discussion of any extra things the grader (or another developer
should know -- i.e. something that does not work or perhaps that there
are extra features that warrant extra credit). When working with
forms-based programs, I do not want to see 10 buttons named button1
through button10, etc. Give them names that describe what they
- Final project (choose 1) Name your zip file with
your last name followed by first initial of first name, followed by the name of the project you implemented. Final project is due the day of our final, which is Wednesday, March 20.