In database terminology primary key refers to the column in a table that's intended to be the primary way of identifying rows. Each table must have exactly one, and it needs to be unique. This is usually some kind of a unique identifier associated with objects presented by the table, or if such an identifier doesn't exist simply a running ID number (which is incremented automatically).
Here you can book a meeting with course staff to discuss about your project deliverable. Each team should book one slot per deadline. Meeting time is 20 minutes for the first deliverable and 30 minutes for the rest. Be ready to show that your code is working (unit tests, api ...). Meeting place depends on course assistant: If you are not informed otherwise:
- Iván: TS354
- Mika: TS373
- Marta: TS354
Please, book only one meeting time per group. All members of the group should attend to the meeting at the same time.
Midterm meeting (only final deliverable)¶
NOTE: This is only for final deliverable option. Deadline 3 meeting times can be reserved below.
In this case, each meeting time is 20 minutes.