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architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 28 June 2017 - 10:11 AM

I am Looking to design a Subject/teacher timetable for a high school owned by a friend. This school has over 30 teachers and he wants a system that will make sure they will be no overlap of teachers (No teacher will be double scheduled). A school day is 8hr. Classes starts from 8 in the morning to 2pm, there will be room for 30 minutes break. A class period last for 55 minutes. There are about 20 subject and five classrooms. A teacher may end up with up to 3 classes a day. I will be using VB.Net and Access DB. All information will be appreciated

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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 28 June 2017 - 10:23 AM

What have you tried, thought about, or attempted for your homework?
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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 28 June 2017 - 02:52 PM

> I am Looking to design a Subject/teacher timetable for a high school owned by a friend.
Yeah. Sure. Reads like a homework assignment to me.

> I will be using VB.Net and Access DB.
Well... A homework assignment from 1998
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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 28 June 2017 - 05:35 PM

Just use the code from UniTime.org. It comes in multiple licencing models, most of which are open source compatible.
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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 30 June 2017 - 01:32 PM

I feel ashamed, that you guys thinks this is home work. I stopped doing home work 20 years ago. I guess my question must be too stupid that everyone thinks it is home work. God help me.
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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 30 June 2017 - 01:37 PM

*shrug* No.. it's just, like to the T, classic homework for programming 101. Usually there to teach the concept of classes, collections, and loops with a smattering of data entry and formatted output.

As it is.. since this _IS_ a classic homework example there are an overflowing abundance of information on 'class scheduling' programs, explanations, walk through, etc.
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Re: architeture on design a subject/Teacher timetable, I am using VB.Net

Posted 30 June 2017 - 04:16 PM

On the UniTime.org site I linked to above, if you explore the research tab, it has various very good references covering the problem space regarding resource allocation.
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