Informatics 45 Spring 2010
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
Su 6/13 The final course grades are now available.
Tu 6/1 The Schedule has been updated to reflect the topics to be covered for the remainder of the quarter.
Th 5/27 The ball animation and ball-and-paddle game code examples are now available.
Su 5/23 Project #4 is now available.
W 5/19 The Othello game we wrote in lecture is now available as a commented code example.
Th 5/13 To accommodate a due date that many of you have in Informatics 43, I've postponed the Project #3 due date a bit. Because of the fourth project, I can't postpone it further than I have, but I hope that this at least provides some relief.
M 5/10 Project #3, a Schedule update, and all missing code examples to date are now available.
Th 4/29 A Schedule update and tonight's code examples are now available.
W 4/28 Yesterday's code examples are now available.
Th 4/22 Tonight's sockets-and-GUIs code example is now available.
Tu 4/20 Our code example from today is available.
Th 4/15 The code example from tonight's lecture is now available.
W 4/14 Project #2 is now available, along with a Schedule estimate through Week 5.
Th 4/8 Tonight's code example, along with a preview of some things we'll be next week.
W 4/7 The code example from yesterday's lecture, along with a sneak preview of some of the things we'll do tomorrow, is now available.
Th 4/1 Today's code example is now available.
M 3/29

Welcome! A few things:

  • The first lecture will meet on Tuesday, March 30 and lab sections will begin meeting on Wednesday, March 31. For more information about meeting times of labs, 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 this course web site. Notice the set of links at the top of this (and every) page, leading you to the Course Reference, the Schedule, and the Lab Manual, as well as a set of commented Code Examples that will be posted during the course of the quarter.

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