The BIG three:
Piazza for CSC 210 - our class schedule, program notes, and discussion forums
syllabus.pdf - the course syllabus
Class Schedule (gdoc) - This schedule is no longer used. Please check Piazza.
My name is Bill Krieger, and I'm driving the CSC 210 bus this term.
I'm a part-time Computer Science prof here at Noctrl: wtkrieger.faculty.noctrl.edu
You can email me at: email@example.com
My office hours this term are:
Very important! - I am absolutely not limited to office hours to help you. Email me and we'll work out a time to meet one-on-one. Thanks!
Our book has a website that includes some chapter notes, etc:
Here's my extra lecture blather for all chapters up to the Midterm:
My lecture notes for the second half:
Here are two important links for all our programming work. Easy and important.
Prof Bill’s Java Coding Guidelines - one page worth of coding guidelines for class
Java SE8 API spec - reference Javadoc pages for all the system classes in Java
Here we go:
Program #1 Video List - This is a strong start for us. Linked lists in C. Start early! And don't forget to visit my helper file as well: C Programming Helper. I'll be updating the helper over the course of the assignment!
Program #4 Graph Finale - our last program... the Graph Finale!
Blah blah blah.
visualgo.net - "visualising data structures and algorithms through animation"
chara.cs.illinois.edu/cs225 - the data structures class at Illinois
homepage.cs.uiowa.edu/~bmccune/021/coursepage.html - a class at Iowa that uses our textbook
www.cs.usfca.edu/~galles/visualization/Algorithms.html - This is our MOST VALUABLE resource... great visualizations and animations of many of the data structures and algorithms that we are studying. Huzzah!
getbootstrap.com - I used Bootstrap to build this page
startbootstrap.com/template-overviews/one-page-wonder - I used a Bootstrap theme called One Page Wonder
piazza.com/subjects/computer_science - this page got me revved up about give Piazza a try