ICS 46 Winter 2018
Course News

Check back here every day or so. I will generally post important coursewide announcements here. They will be listed in reverse-chronological order (i.e., newest items first).

Date Added News Item
M 2/12 Project #3 is now available.
W 2/7 A few new sets of Notes and Examples are now available, along with a Schedule update.
W 1/31 Project #2 is now available.
W 1/24 More new sets of Notes and Examples are available, along with a Schedule update.
W 1/24 Added TA hours to the list of lab meetings in the Course Reference: Monday 9-11am and Tuesday 2-4pm (with Ananya), Wednesday 4-6pm and Friday 1-3pm (with Arda). These begin on Friday 1/26.
M 1/22 A few new sets of Notes and Examples are available, along with a Schedule update. Also, the lab meetings are now listed on the Course Reference.
W 1/17 My regularly-scheduled office hours will continue to be on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:15-9:30pm; for the remainder of the quarter, the location will be DBH 1420.
M 1/15

There are a few updates tonight:

M 1/8

Welcome! Please note a couple of things as we get started this quarter:

  • The first lecture will meet on Tuesday, January 9. There are no scheduled lab sections, but we will have informal lab meetings, which I expect will begin late this week or early next week, with times and days to be announced. For more information about meeting times of lab meetings, see the Course Reference. For information about lecture material and readings, see the Schedule.
  • I encourage you to spend some time reading through the material on the course web site. It will be updated periodically throughout the quarter, and there will always be an announcement here describing each update. For now, notice the set of links at the top of this (and every) page, leading you to the Course Reference, the Schedule, and the Project Guide, as well as a set of Notes and Examples — mostly emanating from the lectures — that will be posted throughout the quarter.
  • Please note that a warm-up project, Project #0, is due on Wednesday, January 17 at 11:59pm. It's a little bigger than you might think, particularly if you've never used Linux or a command line before, so you're going to want to be sure to get off to an early start on that.