Students on the course are to upload the exercise in RED for the given lesson.
Normally the lesson starts Monday and then you have the whole week until Sunday midnight to make and upload
the solution. From the following Monday when upload is closed, you should rank a number of solutions.
Ranking closes Thursday at 10.00. When the ranking has been done, I will publish a winner in class, based on the
rankings. Also, when the ranking has closed, all the solutions can be shown. All is done anonymously, but you
will have to authenticate yourself with your usual campus username and password.
Every week there will be a prize for the best ranked solution. In the end of the semester there will be a prize for
the student(s), who have been most spot-on in their ranking during the course. You can only win the weekly prize,
if you also rank that week - it is not enough to just upload the best solution. Also, you have to be present in class
to receive the prize, otherwise it will go to the runner-up.
The purpose of this is to have some fun and competition, and to focus on writing good readable code, learn
to read other people code, and get new insights in how the problem could be solved.
You can evaluate the code using the criteria on the bottom half of this page