01-CS107-Course-Information

01-CS107-Course-Information - CS107 Spring 2007 Handout 01...

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CS107 Handout 01 Spring 2007 April 4, 2007 CS107 Course Information Instructor : Jerry Cain Email : jerry@cs.stanford.edu Office phone : 650-725-8597 Cell phone : 415-205-2242 (after 7 a.m. and before 9 p.m.) Office : Gates 192 Office hours : Mondays, 1 – 3 p.m. in Gates 192 Fridays, 1 – 3 p.m. in Gates 192 Don’t take the above office hours too seriously. I tend to be in my office quite a bit, and if my door is open you’re more than welcome to enter and grill me on all things CS107. Occasionally I’ve some other issue I need to be concerned with, so I might ask that you come by some other time. It’s always fine to telephone ahead to see if I’m around. Lectures : MWF 11:00 – 11:50 a.m. (televised and archived for scpd.stanford.edu ) Gates B01 Units: 5 units. Only matriculated graduate students can register for fewer than five units. All undergraduates need to enroll for all five. TAs: Abel Allison (aallison@stanford.edu) Tracy Chou (tychou@stanford.edu) David Hall (dlwh@stanford.edu) Chloe Kiddon (loeki@stanford.edu) Aman Kumar (aik@stanford.edu) Ryan Park (parkr@stanford.edu) Jason Prado (jbprado@stanford.edu) Matt Spitz (mspitz@stanford.edu) Fah Sathirapongsasuti (fahshine@stanford.edu) Bear Travis (proteus@stanford.edu) Ryan Williams (ryanw1@stanford.edu) Erich Wolodzko (ewolodzko@stanford.edu) We already have 162 students signed up (as of April 2 nd ) and that number will most certainly climb. I’ll be working to hire a good number of additional TAs, so stay tuned for more names and email addresses. Our TAs attend lectures, hold office hours, grade your program submissions
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2 (within one week of submission, or I kill them), and help me grade the midterm and final exams. The feature here is that all of them have taken CS107 with me before. They know the material inside and out, and because they’ve written all of the very same programs you’ll be writing, they already know what your questions are. Be happy they are here, because they make CS107 that much better of a course. Sections : We’ll lead a discussion section every Friday afternoon at 3:15 p.m. in Gates B03, broadcast live on SCPD Channel E4. Section attendance isn’t required any more than lecture attendance is, but you can only benefit by going. We’ll begin this Friday and spend the hour covering the various development tools you’ll be using to write code. If you attend or at least watch one section all quarter, this is the one. Most of you have little or no experience with Unix, and if you fall into that camp, then you’ll want to go. Starting next Friday, we’ll adopt the more traditional discussion section format, where we’ll answer student questions and prepared problems relevant to lecture material. In all cases, you are fully responsible for anything that appears in a section handout. I repeat: In all cases, you are fully responsible for anything that appears in a section handout. I understand that the section time won’t work for everyone, so all
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