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01-general-information - Mehran Sahami CS 106A Handout #1...

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Mehran Sahami Handout #1 CS 106A September 24, 2007 CS 106A — General Information Based on a handout by Eric Roberts Professor: Mehran Sahami Head TA: Ben Newman Discussion sections In addition to lecture, you must also sign up for a weekly 50-minute section. In order to take CS 106A, you must sign up for a section between 5:00P. M . Thursday, September 27th and 5:00 P . M . Sunday, September 30th. The signup form will be available on the http://cs198.stanford.edu/section/ . After a matching process, your section assignments will be e-mailed out to you. Sections begin the second week of Special note on discussion sections for SCPD students If you are an SCPD student, you are automatically enrolled in the SCPD discussion section which meets on Fridays from 1:15-2:05 P.M. in Skilling Auditorium (if you would like to come to campus) and is bro adcast live on SITN channel E2 (for remote viewing). Section leaders and course helpers CS106A provides extensive assistance for students. Section Leaders and Course Helpers are available from Sunday through Thursday evenings each week in Tresidder LaIR to Units If you are an undergraduate, you are required to take CS 106A for 5 units of credit. If you are a graduate student, you may enroll in CS 106A for 3 units if it is necessary for you to reduce your units for administrative reasons. Taking the course for reduced units does not imply any change in the course requirements.
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– 2 – Texts and handouts There are two required texts for this class, both of which are available from the Stanford Bookstore. The first is a course reader entitled Karel the Robot Learns Java —a 35-page tutorial that introduces the major concepts in programming in the context of an extremely simple robot world. The second is the textbook The Art and Science of Java by Eric Roberts. In addition to these texts, we will also distribute additional material in the form of class handouts.
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2010 for the course CS 106A taught by Professor Sahami,m during the Fall '08 term at Stanford.

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