Of all of the labs and lectures this semester I enjoyed the programming using Scratch the most. After some coaching by my classmates I was able to very quickly create a Rock Paper Scissors game that took me a few hours worth of coding to recreate in Java.
Still on the programming labs, I felt far too much time and exam space was spent on the ALS. Network routing or wireless labs could be a valuable addition
The two methods of content delivery that worked best for me was the lab time and completing the worksheets. The lecture notes and comic book should be combined so the information is consistent and in one location.
Some of fellow students were a great help, Chris Hubbard and Andrew helped me on the Scratch programming, thank you. Professor Walters must have spent a lot of time preparing the 2nd Life demo and made it interesting and fun, thank you.