The final grades have been posted. Have good summer!
Because of the outage this Sunday, I have moved back the deadline for
PS3 to midnight on the same day—Tuesday.
Update: Monday, 10 May 2004, 09:56AM There was a problem with the previously posted grades for undergraduates. I have fixed it. The grades should now reflect the grading formula. Sorry!
The test has been graded and the grades posted.
Also, you will need to demonstrate your working PS 3 to Yimin in order to receive credit for it. He will be available May 3-6 from 9am to 5pm. Please send him an email to schedule a time for your demo. Please note that if you don't do the demo your grade for PS 3 will likely be very low.
Update: Friday, 23 April 2004, 08:31AM Oops, I forgot to post the answers. They are now posted.
I notice that many of you are seniors. If you are a senior and graduating this May or Summer and plan to go to graduate school, could you send me an email to that respect? Also, if you can, also include the school you are planning to attend. We are trying to get some statistics on our graduates.
Let me know what's wrong with it.
If you want to get started on PS3, install and learn about Axis.
The grades are now posted. As always, we are using our super-secret triple-secure has-nothing-to-do-with-last-four-digits-of-your-social-security-number ID code that only you and I know about and will under no circumstances, short of torture involving really pointy pillows and uncanny comfy chairs, will reveal to anyone else in this or any subsequent lifetimes. And the file that stores the original grades is encrypted with GPG using a key with such a large number of bits that and infinite number of monkeys would a write successful screenplay starring Jay Lo and Sylvester Stallone in a buddy-cop Spy Kids meets Silence of the Lambs trilogy before they would even come close to decrypting Ernest Bunburry's unparalleled streak of straight A's in this class.
are now posted.
Test 2 will not cover the XML, RDF, OWL talk. It will cover all the other talks after test 1.
The grades for PS1 have been posted. By now you should have also received an email with your grade and some comments.
Let me know if there is a need for further clarifications. Actually, I'm sure there is. Let me know what needs further clarification.
are now posted, on the left.
On the left. Let me know if you disagree.
There are two things you should know about the practice tests servlet linked to from the left
If you want to use a powerful IDE on the Sun machine, Eclipse has been installed on the Lab machines. To use
By default eclipse will create a "workspace" subdirectory. If you want to learn more about Eclipse here are some good Eclipse tutorials. Please note that you do not have to use Eclipse, I am simply mentioning it because I have used it and it is very powerful yet easy to use (but, I still prefer XEmacs for small projects). Also, you can install Eclipse on your home Windows, Linux, or Mac machine, since it is written in Java.
Update: Thursday, 29 January 2004, 10:59AM Here is a short article on why you should jump into the Eclipse bandwagon: Eclipse: A Platform Becomes an Open-Source Woodstock
As you can see on the left, PS 1 has been posted. Please not that I reserve the right to add or clarify items on the requirements list as I see fit. Yes, just like in real life!
If you want to get started on PS1, you can start by following the instructions for installing tomcat (local copy)on the lab machines. They are a bit long, so get started early! If you run into problems, email me our our TA.
Oh, and the CSS talk is now available (fixed the typo in the URL).