You have three options for your final project in this course:
If you would like to complete one more programming assignment, you can do so for the final project. The details of what your project does are up to you. It can be a client or server for an existing protocol, a networked game, a program to share files, or anything else you can think of.
If you want to do a final program, you need to let me know what you plan to do by the end of the day April 19. The project itself is due May 2.
If you would like to write a paper, you can do so for the final project. The paper should be 5 to 7 pages long, double-spaced, with a 12-point font. It can be about any networking topic of your choice.
The paper must cite at least three sources, though they can be web sources. You must cite your sources, but the style of citation is up to you.
If you want to do a final paper, you need to let me know what you plan to write about by the end of the day April 19. The project itself is due May 2.
Instead you can choose to take the final exam on May 2nd. If you do not email me about a final programming project or paper, then I will assume you will be taking the exam instead.
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