This Friday, the 25th of March (2011-03-25), I will be happy to see your presentations.
Leets meet at 10 o’clock AM in the foyer; too search for a suitable room!
I like presentations that are well prepared and where all team members are presenting. There is no fixed format ore time box!
It’s up to you how you want to convince me that you’ve created an amazing project. But please keep in mind that too long or too boring presentations won’t be very convincing! ;-)
Update 2011-03-25, 10:30:
We are in room 206. Everybody who is not presenting is getting in big troubles.
In preparation for the next lesson
I am giving to you two tasks:
- Please solve the Microsoft Analysis Services Basic Data Mining Tutorial: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms167167.aspx
- Please read the following text about ETL: dmdw_03_basics_ETL.pdf
I gave you 15 questions to check your knowledge about databases in general. Here are my answears:
[BOX_START]A lot of students can’t join the course at
Friday, the 4th of February (2011-03-04) and
Friday, the 11th of February (2011-03-11).
To avoid further complications,
there won’t be a lecture at these days.[BOX_STOP]
[BOX_START]I’m going to post some practical tasks („homework“) for you! These tasks are mandatory![BOX_STOP]
I’m planning to repeat the 15 example questions (“homework”) tomorrow.
We will continue by normalizing a database table together on the white board.
I am sure that most of you (my students) have never done any data mining stuff before.
This is great, since I love it to throw students directly into the cold water for their first swimming lesson! :mrgreen:
I’m expecting that you have the following tools
and resources on your laptop:
- Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (not 2010, not Express!)
- SQL Server 2008 (not Express!)
- MSSQL Server Community Projects & Samples
On 11, Feb 2011 | inDMDW lecture | vonJohannes Hoppe
Hello Students, today is the first Data Mining/Data Warehouse lecture.
I’m very happy with the exams of the RIA lecture. You deserve an early weekend! :-)
So today we will just have a short lesson with some basic stuff. Take a look at the required tools and the homework!
For the peoples that missed the first lecture:
You don’t have to send to me the answers.
(you can, if you want)
But next week I will select some students that will have to answer the questions in front of the other students.[BOX_STOP]
The exam will be at Thursday, the 10th of February (2011-02-10) at 13:00 o’clock at arc105 and arc106 (Ludwig van Beethoven & Mahler).
You have 180 Minutes to answer the questions.
All you need is one pencil, no own paper, no extra stuff on the tables and good mood, of course! :-)
On 17, Jan 2011 | inRIA lecture | vonJohannes Hoppe
Here is a test exam for you. Sascha will explain this paper today (2011-01-17), in his training course.
If you are not attending his training course, you will get a second change to discuss the exam at Wednesday (2011-01-19).
As you already know, the exam will be at Wednesday, the 26th of January (2011-01-26) at 9:30 am (Tower 91 & 92).
Some easy stuff for the end of the RIA-series.
I focused on two important trends: “Cloud Computing” and “Rich Internet Applications”. I want to show you the very basics of graphical RIA / AJAX patterns, which are all related to experienced graphical user interfaces, too.