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University of Virginia
COMPUTER SCIENCE 340
ADVANCED SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT METHODS
MAY 2, 2001
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When team support really shows
Planning for a strategy
Programmer Adam being interviewed on channel 29
Matt Keller with the Blinky
Special guest: reporter from channel 29
Professor John Knight
The dancing robots
Talking to the sick robot
…trying to deliver a live report
Adam with his team
TAs – judges of the games
Waiting for the right hit…
Here you go!
Professor Knight giving awards to the winners
Moment of victory
A little pondering
The two winning teams
Refreshing the scene
Awards, the iPAQs
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We thank Microsoft Corporation for their generous contribution of the prizes for the robot games.