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Re: UU Object Diagram

2006/12/9, sergey@total-knowledge.com <sergey@total-knowledge.com>:

> Alexey Parshin wrote:
>> Actually, the way I understood it, it supposed to be something like
>> this:
>> - beginner
>> - intermediate
>> - advanced
>> - master
>> If we keep it that way - the implementation and use are pretty simple..

Others may want to use standard levels provided by UU, in mockups we have
- beginner
- intermediate
- advanced
I personally don't like "master" level as one of the default ones, but I
bet that 99% of Russian-speaking programmers will jump on this one right
away no matter what this course about.
You're damn right about that. I know - I would.

Personally, I feel that we are trying over complicate a simple matter. Most of the programs that allow to adjust the interface, have only two (simple and advanced) or three (add intermediate) levels of interface difficulty. And you can switch the level at any time. It doesn't limit your abilities. It does hide the things you don't understand. Like, in video editing tools, many parameters you can adjust say nothing to most of the people, including me. I expect - the same thing exists in our case. But it should be very easy to use, with very clear understanding of difficulty level. We don't need exact difficulty of something, compared to the level of student and changing a structure of the course for him. BTW, I believe, for that one we should have pre-requirements, and we missed it in the database somehow. Am I wrong? Pre-requirements may define: in order to access topic C, you should pass  topics A and B..

Alexey Parshin,

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