09-08 - Off Topic Computer Science and Telecommunications...

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Off Topic Computer Science and Telecommunications Board Next Tuesday, Sept 13th, 2:30-4pm http://sites.nationalacademies.org/CSTB/CSTB_064128
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Agenda Computing...the future? Marjory Blumenthal, Georgetown University Moore's Law and Computer Architecture Paves the Information Highway David A. Patterson, University of California at Berkeley How did Software Get so Big Without Collapsing Butler Lampson, Microsoft Research The Ascendancy of Social Computing Robert Kraut, Carnegie Mellon University Reception
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CMSC 433 Programming Language Paradigms and Technologies William Pugh HTTP and Servlets Sept 8th, 2011
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Apologizes Once again, apologies for being slow in getting stuff done Slides for last tuesday and today are posted Cookie signups: tomorrow, 2-3pm, Wednesday, Sept 14th, 10-11am
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Project distribution 433-p1 and BetterGuestbook have been distributed to your linuxlab accounts They omit the libraries you need In Eclipse, use Properties -> Google -> AppEngine and toggle the app engine version this will get Eclipse to add the libraries you need
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Idea book My project has been distributed to http://bill-pugh-sandbox.appspot.com/
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Topics get vs. post http sessions html forms data stores
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GET vs. POST
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