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Recommendation of working with partners

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From: Amitava D.
Date: Thu 26th Aug 2021, 2:10pm


> Hi,
> My partner and I are having trouble with how we should split the work load. For past 
> programming group projects there were clear methods/functions that made sense to split 
> between each other, making it easier for both people (still communicating and adding 
> input to each other's codes). However, for this project it is recommended that we 
> don't do this (split functions then just "glue" combined effort at the end).
> Is it expected that we sit together and write all code in the library or something?
> Or what are some recommendation for going forward?
> Is it better just to work individually?
> Thank you.

Writing code is only a part (smaller part) of the project. There is a lot to discuss and plan, and you will see that you will get a clear idea about how to split the coding at that stage. 

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├─ original   Thu 26th Aug 2021, 12:44pm, ANONYMOUS
├─ THIS   Thu 26th Aug 2021, 2:10pm, Amitava D.
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