Computer Science Pragmatics F19

This 1-credit seminar is designed to teach the essentials of using a computer effectively for EECS students. While the target audience is CS/CE/DS students, any student wishing to learn how to use their computer much more effectively is encouraged to join. Topics covered include shells, environment, scripting, build systems, compilers, debugging tools, and version control. See the schedule for a full list of topics and available assignments. The end of the course will be open to student input for interesting topics to cover.

Course Staff
@marcus-darden
Marcus Darden
Samiur Khan
Samiur Khan
Amrit Hariharan
Amrit Hariharan
Stevie Triesenberg
Stevie Triesenberg
Tarun Khubchandani
Tarun Khubchandani
Esti Gajda
Esti Gajda
Maria Marginean
Maria Marginean
Prerequisites
  • ENGR 101/151 or EECS 182/183
  • It is expected that students are currently enrolled in at least one course involving non-trivial software projects (e.g. EECS 280 or 281). If not, you must have previously taken a programming course where you still have access to the projects you have completed.
Course Resources
Lectures
Section 001 (32191)
1670 BEYSTER, Wednesday 1:30PM — 3:00PM
Section 002 (32192)
1670 BEYSTER, Friday 1:30PM — 3:00PM

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