Feb. 8: Homework 4 is available; it will be due next Friday, 2/16, at the start of class.
- Feb. 8: The course git repo is not currently working - I've emailed the admin and will work on it. In the meantime, I believe all student repos are working, so please be sure to clone that one and use it for homework 3 submissions tomorrow.
Feb. 7: The git student guide is now posted, and you should all have git repos. If you have questions or issues, bring them to me (or Dr. Letscher in a pinch).
Feb. 6: I will be a few minutes late to class tomorrow (Wednesday 2/6), due to a meeting that will have me running late to class. Please be ready to start by 11:10, and my apologies for the delayed start!
Jan 31: Homework 3 is available; it will be due on Friday, Feb. 9. You will submit this one via a course git repository - look for details to come later today.
Jan. 25: Homework 2 is available; it will be due (on paper) by the start of class next Friday, Feb. 2.
Jan. 25: Note that my office hours have changed, due to a confict, so the Wednesday time slot has moved to Friday from here on out.
Jan. 15: The first homework assignment is available. This is a warm up essay to get you thinking about various issues in programming language design; please select one essay topic from the listed ones, or come to see me if you have something else you'd be interested in learning about that seems relevant. Essays are due by the start of class next Wednesday, Jan. 24, either via email (AS A PDF) or on paper in class.
Welcome to programming languages! Please make sure to read the course policies carefully, and remember to check this announcements section daily for new announcements or reminders.