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University final project difficulty

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Hi all

I am currently in the situation of deciding what to do for my final year project. I was wondering if any had already done such a project and if they could shed any light on the level of difficulty required. I am doing a software engineering degree.

I have asked tutors and all i really get back is it has to be more than connections to a db. Some more complex functionality!?!?!?!

I have ideas but after reflection they seem to be a little bit level 5 when the uni say they want level 6! this is all good but a few examples of level six would be nice

Any help is appreciated

Please note i am not looking for a final year project just advice on the difficulty.
cheers truez
Jun 30 '09 #1
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Do you have any particular programming language in mind?

kind regards,

Jos
Jul 1 '09 #2

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.net framework really this would allow me to talk about the framework a little

And the language chosen depends on the pro's and cons for that specific project.
Jul 1 '09 #3

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@truezplaya
It's your final year university project isn't it? How about a 'cross loader': it loads compiled Java classes in Microsoft's virtual machine (by translating Java's byte code); you'll have a lot to say about both frameworks afterwards. For completeness reasons also do a class loader that can load Microsoft's byte code on Java's virtual machine.

kind regards,

Jos
Jul 1 '09 #4

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How about something slightly different.... Maybe a remove drawing application? (Like instant message drawing) that works over a TCP or UDP connection and supports basic shape drawing + encrypted transmission.

Then you get some connection based stuff, some graphics and shapes fit quite nicely with polymorphism normally so would be quite nice all around.
Jul 10 '09 #5

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These are good ideas but I'm not looking for projects just the scale of difficulty required to get a high grade, I have an idea but I am unsure if it hits the difficulty requirements .
Jul 10 '09 #6

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Well I haven't done a computing degree so have no idea on the level of difficulty.

I also imagine that it varies between universities, specific courses and the person marking the project. Ask you're supervisor on the difficultly level expected...
Jul 13 '09 #7

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