Give a 5-10 minute presentation on the status of your project.
Submit link to your presentation slides. (Ideally Google Slides marked as visible to the public.) You can present from your own laptop if you need to (and you have the requisite dongle thingies), but I'd like a way to review the slides later.
Grading criteria: Your peers will evaluate you on the challenge and achievement of your technical system and the clarity of your presentation. (This is like a miniature version of the final presentation.) Show stuff that will impress them. If you want to complain about the difficulty of your application, do it in a way that educates the audience so they respect the challenge rather than beating yourself up for not having overcome that challenge yet.
What does your applied system do?
What would someone other than you do with it?
Show us the highlights of your ASP formulation (the interesting rules and key choices rather than tedious data wrangling stuff).
How will it be packaged eventually and what progress do you have towards this now?
Any notes on the scaling properties of the current version and how that relates to the problem instances that will arise in "real world" uses?
What's the biggest challenge that remains to be faced between now and the final presentation? (If the final packaging of your application involves, say, web programming, and you don't have the skills yourself, what connections can your peers offer you to get you unstuck?)
Can't change a rubric once you've started using it.