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#1 Neobax


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Posted 24 October 2017 - 09:40 AM

Hi guys,

So I am attending classes at a technical gymnasium and this year I have to make a project on a computer-related topic.

So I'm asking you if you know of any topics that are related to computer science, are not all too hard to learn and do research on and are preferably at least somewhat interesting? Professor said it can be literally anything ("You can do research on MS Paint if you wish" to quote him) and I personally have no real preferences.

Ty in advance!

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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 24 October 2017 - 06:37 PM

That sounds more than a touch vague to me. I would go back to him and press him for more detail and guidance as to what would be an acceptable project. I only did one such project when I was doing an HNC at our local college. The project I settled on was developing a way of detecting unauthorised removal of books from a library or similar.. Yes I know - re-inventing the wheel. I got high marks for project planning and documentation and marked down a bit for failing to produce a working prototype.


'Research on MS Paint'. I would have thought that was already well documented but you definitely need more definite objectives !


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