anonymous
  • anonymous
#MOOC question. I saw in another question that we should post our homeworks in this site, but I can not find where this should be posted (RTFM question maybe?)
MIT 6.189 A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Python (OCW)
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katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I don't think there is a special place, I just attached the homework_1.py file to the post, with the "attach file" button, into the post you mention
anonymous
  • anonymous
OK, thanks for the rely. I will do the homework later today and try to post it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think the point of Mookie (#MOOC-E) is that you don’t send your homework to a prof to evaluate, but we should evaluate each other’s homework via the mailing list, OpenStudy and/or an online code repository (like Gitorious, GitHub or BitBucket).

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks, it helped me too.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I saw a post saying we should not post befor a due date, any info about that ? Also, to be clear, I should post my source code, let's say on Github, and then post the link here ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
@FabienToune Where did you see that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
My bad, it's in 6.00 section : http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/507c943ce4b040c161a27092 I don't think this apply to this course though...
anonymous
  • anonymous
@FabienToune I asked around and got an answer from @TuringTest saying that “In general it is against the code of conduct to give direct answers. Always try to guide users toward an answer. I suppose if it's not graded you can be a bit less careful, but don't go around posting answers. That is not the point of this site.” So I think even us #MOOC users should not post direct answers to questions/assignments here, but hints and helpful answers.
TuringTest
  • TuringTest
anonymous
  • anonymous
Where are MOOC students supposed to post course homework py files?
anonymous
  • anonymous
the python mooc is an open class, all you receive is what you put into it. there is no instructor or anyone grading. just do what you feel like you need to do
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Joet99 I suppose the best place for that would be to ask your #MOOC group (via the mailing list) what they think about checking each-other’s homework and if so using which tools (e.g. send files by mail or put on a Git or what). …I do think we’re slowly diverging a bit from the topic of the original question.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Got it. TYVM! Peace out!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey, yeah, feel free to post whatever and whenever. The goal here is not to submit a bunch of right answers, it's to become great programmers. Let people see your code-- chances are they will think of ways to improve it!
anonymous
  • anonymous
In respone to MOOC-E, please see attached my homework 1

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