3:30-4:45 LSB 1001
T 9, 10, 11, 12, 1, 2
Problem Solving with C, 4th
Edition, Delores M.
Etter, Prentice Hall, 2013
CS16 related things to do before next
Tuesday, Oct. 1 (including those crashing!):
- Create College of Engineering account:
see link below
- Get the appropriate course software on your computer:
instructions in Resources page
- Test your software install by compiling and running
helloWorld.c posted in Lectures -> L00
- Complete Lab prep HW00-start: HW for Labs page
(due in Lab!)
- Read in your textbook: Skim Ch.1, read through the
end of section 2.4 (Etter textbook), If you prefer the ANSI C textbook,
then read sections 1.1-1.4 and 2.1-2.5. You don't have to read both, but
either/or, depending on which book you prefer.
Thursday, September 26:
- Students are responsible for
monitoring changes to this page and the course's Gauchospace page. See
the various links above. Note that the course webpage is http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~buoni/cs16.
- We will be using Piazza for class discussion. The
system is highly catered to getting you help fast and efficiently from
classmates, the TA, and myself. Rather than emailing questions to the
teaching staff, I encourage you to post your questions on Piazza. Find
our class page at:
copies of the textbook have been placed in the Reserve Book Service in
the Davidson Library. They can be borrowed on a 2-hour basis.
Also, note that the book icon in the lower left part of this page links
to Google Books.
email communications, include the word "CS16" in your subject line, and
use my gmail address given in the upper-left part of this webpage.
- Attendance is required for each and every lab
section, and a 10% penalty will result if you are more than 5 minutes
- All UCSB students are authorized access to the
Instructional Computing (IC) labs, except to the extent these labs are
reserved for other purposes. Labs are located throughout the
first floor of the 1500 wing of Phelps Hall, the second floor of Kerr
Hall, and elsewhere.
- The main software you will be using for this course is a
command line C compiler and a text editor. Instructions for
downloading these are provided under the "Resources" tab above,
- Here is a map of all the computers in the
CSIL lab that you may login to remotely once you have created your
of Engineering Account: CSIL Map. You may
access your CoE account remotely by logging into csil.cs.ucsb.edu
or any of these machines, e.g. beavis.cs.ucsb.edu.
- Welcome to the course and I look
forward to a fun and exciting quarter together!!