L1cs2110f09-6up - 20/08/2009 Announcements Please take a...

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20/08/2009 1 CS/ENGRD 2110 (FORMERLY CS 211) FALL 2009 Lecture 1: Overview http://courses.cs.cornell.edu/cs2110 Announcements ± Please take a look at the course web site ± All lectures will be posted online but we tend to revise them at the last minute. ± Assignment 1 (of 5) is up due 9/9 Start early Assignment 1 (of 5) is up, due 9/9. Start early! ± Need a Java refresher? Check out the CS 1130 web site (link on the 2110 web site) ± CS colloquium: Andy Wilson (Microsoft) – 4:15pm “Surface Computing” Thursday, 8/27 Upson B17. Announcements ± CS colloquium: Surface Computing; Andy Wilson (Microsoft) – 4:15pm Thur. 8/27 Upson B17. ± Not “aimed” at people just getting started in CS ± But fascinating anyhow! ± Each week we have a different famous speaker ± Added reason to attend? ± You can get 1 credit if you sign up to attend weekly ± Free food from 3:45-4:15 before the talk in the 4 th floor Upson Computer Science atrium Getting to Details: Course Staff ± Instructor ± Ken Birman ± ken@cs.cornell.edu ± Administrative Assistant ± Bill Hogan ± whh@cs.cornell.edu ± More contact info ± See Staff button on website Course Staff ± Teaching Assistants ± Lead sections (“recitations”, “discussions”) starting next week ± Act as your main contact point ± Consultants ± In Upson 360, hours online ± “Front line” for answering questions ± consulting hours start next week ± More info? ± See Staff on website Lectures ± TR 10:10-11am, Olin 155 ± Attendance is mandatory ± ENGRD 2110 or CS 2110? ± Same course! We call it CS 2110 ± Non-engineers sign up for CS 2110 ± Engineers sign up for ENGRD 2110 ± We often make last minute changes to the notes ± Readings and examples will be posted online together with lecture notes ± Unlike the lecture notes, these won’t change often
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20/08/2009 2 Sections ± Like lecture, attendance is mandatory ± Usually review, help on homework ± Sometimes new material ± Section numbers are different for CS and ENGRD ± Each section will be led by a member of the teaching staff ± No permission needed to switch sections ± You may attend more than one section if you wish Sections Non-Eng Eng Day Time Room 5741 DIS 201 T 12:20PM - 01:10PM HLS 110 5743 DIS 202 T 01:25PM - 02:15PM HLS 306 5745 DIS 203 T 02:30PM - 03:20PM HLS 306 5747 DIS 204 W 12:20PM - 01:10PM HLS 306 5749 DIS 205 W 01:25PM - 02:15PM HLS 306 5751 DIS 206 W 02:30PM - 03:20PM BRD 140 5753 DIS 207 T 12:20PM - 01:10PM PHL 219 CS2111 (formerly 212) ± Not offered anymore ± CS 2111 used to be a special “extra” project for CS majors, but now everyone does the same project Resources ± Course web site ± http://courses.cs.cornell.edu/cs2110 ± Watch for announcements ± Course newsgroups ± cornell.class.cs2110, cornell.class.cs2110.talk ± Good place to ask questions (carefully) Resources ± Book: Frank M. Carrano,
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2010 for the course CS 2110 taught by Professor Francis during the Spring '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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