SDSU CS 596 Client-Server Programming
Grading Assignment 1

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Grading assignment 1 - Some Java Programs

Answer the following questions. Your answers are to be separate from the code you are grading. Try to limit your answers to 1 or 2 pages. Please turn in two copies of your answers. The first copy with both your name and the student's name whose paper you are grading. The second copy should not contain your name.

If you make additional comments on the code your are grading, please turn back the code so it can be returned to its author. If you do not make any comments on the code you are grading, do not return it.

1) Did the student use good names for variables, methods and classes? Did the student follow the Java API standard method names for accessing elements like elementAt() and setElementAt()?

2) Did the student's use of white lines, white space and indentation make the program easy to read?

3) How useful are the comments in the code? Do you have to read them to understand the code? Do the comments help you understand the code? Are there parts of the code that were hard to follow, that don't have comments? Are there parts of the code that have comments that don't need them? Do the comments make it harder to read the code?

4) If this student were to apply for a job as a programmer at your company, would you hire them on the bases of the code you graded?

5) Did you find grading this assignment useful?