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Difference between old (FBN) and new (BSLLC 2.2.1) assignments

 
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I downloaded the Fly By Night assignment 6 months ago and made little progress in building the client. Now, I have the Bodgitt and Scarper, LLC assignment on certmanager.net website (it says Version 2.2.1). I read some of the topics on this forum regarding "old vs new assignments".
My question is: Is this new assignment in any way "better" than the old one (taking everything into consideration, including marking criteria)?
[ July 11, 2003: Message edited by: Sagar Salapaka ]
 
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Hi Sagar
I believe the new assignment may be a bit more challenging, since you have to write all the code yourself.
I suspect that the new way of marking the assignments may mean that assignments are graded more consistently - it will be spelt out more what the examiner will be looking for. This could be a good thing.
Regards, Andrew
 
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