NUS finals are over and I see that people are checking my module reviews to decide which ones to take and which ones to avoid. I took a look back at my reviews and found a lot of them quite interesting or amusing.
So here is my retrospective on all of the CS (and maths) modules that I took in NUS, and how I feel about them after working as a full stack software engineer for one and a half years: Continue reading
CS4218 Module Review – Software Testing 16/17 Sem 2
CS4218 Software Testing was the last CS module that I took in NUS, certainly a good way to (hopefully) end off my university life. Continue reading
GEK2001/SSA2202/GES1003 Module Review – Changing Landscapes of Singapore
I took this module in 2016/17 Semester 2, my last semester in NUS to clear the Singapore Studies (SS) requirement. Without much need to score well, I took it as a mere enrichment class. The main reason that I chose this SS instead of others is that I was interested in geography and I had a good background knowledge (H2 Geography). And indeed I broadened my knowledge on landscapes as a geographical concept and landscapes in Singapore. Continue reading
CS3244 Module Review – Machine Learning
With machine learning the hottest topic in the AI world as of now (2016), this module is hugely popular. In fact it is overly subscribed this year, and I believe it will continue to be like that. For 16/17 Sem 1, Prof. Min-Yen Kan is taking over the module with new syllabus and python as the main programming language (try to guess the language used before). Continue reading