For Option J, just create a zip file of your aazda/src/aazda directory that includes all the files you edited and your answers at the top level (not in a subdirectory). Submit this using the Alonzo-bot server.
For Option C/W, submit your artifact by posting a comment to this post. Your comment should include:
Both options are due by 7:59pm on Monday. If you have something you want to turn in on paper, you can do that in class Monday, but there is no need to turn anything in on paper for either option.
For the comments, you can only post plain text with a few html tags and links. Since most of you will want to post a more complex document like a PDF file, the way to do that is to use a link. A link is:
<a href="URL">label for the link</a>The URL is the location where your artifact is posted. You can post your file at http://people.virginia.edu/UVa ID/file by copying it into your public_html directory. There are also lots of free external sites that you can use for posting such as YouTube and Vimeo (for movies), Flickr (for pictures), SlideShare (for sharing PowerPoint presentations), Scribd (for PDF documents), Google Docs (for sharing other kinds of documents), and Google Sites (for creating web pages). (Sadly, I do not yet know of any external site for sharing cakes, but hopefully someone is working on this!) The advantage of using one of the commercial sites instead of your UVa account, is that unlike the UVa account, the commercial site will continue to work even after you graduate. The disadvantage of the commercial site, is that its a commercial site and may put advertisements, etc. around your work.
I would encourage you to learn some way to post your materials on the web, but if you aren't able to figure out a good way to post your artifact yourself, the other option is to email it to me.
There is still some more time available for presentations in class Monday, so the deadline for requesting to do a presentation is extended until 1pm Sunday (or when no more time is available). It is not required to do a presentation, but I do hope that teams that have produced something interesting will want to share it with the rest of the class.
Virginia Smith, Big Data, Bees, and Buildings [Prezi Presentation]
Exam 2 Solutions: [PDF]