Fall 2021 Course

The cs3102 course will be offered in Fall 2021, co-taught by Nathan Brunelle and David Evans. Class meetings (expected to be in person, pending any University policy changes) will be Mondays and Wednesday, 3:30pm - 4:45pm in Maury Hall 209. We’ll be putting more information here about the course as the start of the semester approaches. For now, you can see what the course was like last year from this website (including the syllabus from the Fall 2020 course: Fall 2020 Syllabus).

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Week 12 Highlights

Here are some highlights from student submissions for Week 12. Children’s Book In the Land of NAND [PDF] Emily Franklin, Luke Sills, Emily Huo, Reza Mirzaiee (Cohort Felt) Songs Cantor's Theorem (to the tune of "You'll Be Back" from Hamilton) Derek Bassett, Isabelle Deadman, Justin Ngo, Anh Nguyen, Henry Todd, Letao Wang (Cohort Benjamin) The Day Computing Died - The Rao-Blackwell Theorems Zach Baugher, Tyler Willis, Sarah Yao, Karen Zipor, Jennifer Li, Carryk Bhattal

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Week 12

Week 12 is now posted - see the Week 12 page for the details.

Please read the Week 12 guide early, since it is different from previous weeks and you need to decide on how you want to partition your cohort for this by the date of your Week 11 write-up deadline.

Week 11

Week 11 is now posted - see the Week 11 page for the details.

Week 10

Week 10 is now posted - see the Week 10 page for the details.

Week 9

Week 9 is now posted - see the Week 9 page for the details.

Week 8

Week 8 is now posted - see the Week 8 page for the details.

Week 7

Week 7 is now posted - see the Week 7 page for the details.

Cameras and Community

In general, we’re pleased with the responses on the peer evaluation surveys, and it is clear that most students have respect for and are valuing the interactions with their cohortmates. But, one thing we’ve heard from some of your peer evaluation surveys, and also felt ourselves, is the difficulty forming a connected community in this on-line environment. Groups that knew each other and were used to working together pre-pandemic usually were able to move to on-line environments fairly well, and the personal connections already established in the easier in-person environment translate to the on-line environment.

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Adjusted Brunelle OH

Professor Brunelle’s Office hours must be adjusted slightly. These Changes will begin for this week.

I (Nate) will still have office hours on Wednesdays at 12:00pm-2:00pm, but my Thursday office hours from 3:30pm-5pm will instead be held on Fridays 1:00pm-2:30pm.

The will be held in my zoom room.

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