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14 — Time to Reflect

Due Monday, December 03, midnight

Delivery Deposit a PDF copy of your memo named reflections-personal.pdf and reflections-thbl.pdf in your 14/ folder.

Memo Task: How to Choose a Language and its Ecosystem Write a one-page memo on your experience with your chosen language, libraries, and IDE. You may wish to address how well the language supported writing design documents, how well your libraries supported JSON or TCP connectivity, and how well your IDE supported testing and interactive exploration. But you should feel free to state any thesis about your language and support it with your writing.

Format Your memo must not exceed a single letter-format page at a 12 point font/16point base line with a 1.5in margin all around. Your grade will depend on the memo format and its English (style, grammar, organization). If the content is blatantly wrong, your grade will suffer, too.

Memo Task: Personal Reflection Write one paragraph (at most 100 words) on the most important lesson you learned from taking this course for your future work as a software developer.

If the two of you cannot agree on a common thesis, you may submit two documents. Use the names reflections-lastname1.pdf and reflections-lastname2.pdf in this case to submit your memos.

Format Your memo must use a 12 point font/16point base line with a 1.5in margin all around. Your grade will depend on the memo format and its English (style, grammar, organization). No points will be awarded or subtracted for the content.