Doug will hold office hours on demand this Friday, 1-2:30 pm EST in the classroom, if you send him an email. See the syllabus page for the emails of the TFs.
Moritz will hold office hours on demand this Friday, 1-2:30 pm EST in the class room, if you send him an email. See the syllabus page for the emails of the TFs.
This week - and sometimes in future weeks - we will have section on Friday only if you would like to speak to the TF. Think of it as office hours, except that you’ll need to send email to the TF to make an appointment.
The section / office hours will take place at the same time, same place: 1-2:30 pm on Friday, at 1 Story St. Rm 304. This week, Moritz Baecher will be available if you have any questions. He can also be available on skype for online students who want to call in.
IMPORTANT: You’ll have to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to chat with him this Friday about homeworks, final projects, Processing, etc. Please send the email by Thursday evening so he can plan accordingly.
Processing sketches show today by Moritz Baecher are now online on the downloads page.
Unfortunately, the video recording of the section failed. The A/V staff is sorry this happened - but there is nothing we can do to correct it.
Moritz will hold section tomorrow, Friday 2/13, 1-2:30 pm. He’s going to give a brief introduction to Processing and then talk about the Processing assignment in HW 1.
His slides are on the downloads page.
Monday’s lecture 4 video is now online on the video archive page. Sorry for the delay.
Today’s slides and the reading assignment for next week are on the lectures page.
There will be a section this Friday, 2/13, 1-2:30 pm with Moritz Baecher. Moritz will give a brief introduction to Processing and then talk about the Processing assignment in HW 1.
The video of Friday’s section is now online on the video archive page.
All sections -- including the one that is taking place right now -- are being streamed LIVE and will be available in the video archives.
You can use Skype to relay your questions to cs-171 using the chat feature (not the phone), just as during lectures.
Samir will hold section today, Friday, 2/6, at 1-2:30 pm in our usual classroom. He is going to answer all your questions regarding Python web scraping and regular expressions.