Apr 8: Last-minute scehdule change: Instead of the project
information session tomorrow, Martin will be giving lecture on standard loop
optimizations. He will also give a lecture Wednesday on Software Pipelining.
On Wednesday (April 17th) and Thursday (April 18th) Mike will give lectures
on Parallelization and Memory Optimizations; Martin will give the
Mar 21: P4 is out. Happy hacking and have a nice spring
Mar 14: The submission system is finally live. Check out the
link on the left and please report any bugs to cjtenny.
Feb 26: This year's lecture slides for lectures 1-7 have been
posted. Sorry for the proprietary format.
Feb 24: Lectures have been shifted by a day for this week; see
Feb 13: From the department of "it's still Tuesday somewhere",
the Haskell skeleton has been released. Happy hacking!
Feb 12: Office hours have been posted on
the General Overview Page
Feb 9: The Git class that was advertised for Sunday has been
cancelled due to the storm. Oh well.
Feb 8: MIT is closed for the day. There will be no office
hours today. However, regular office hour times will be annouced early next
Feb 7: The first project has been released! See the schedule
page for handouts. Also, there is a class on git this Sunday that many of
you may find helpful; the full posting is below.
IAP may be officially over, but SIPB has a bonus class to sneak in! If
you've taken any of our development classes over IAP, you definitely
won't want to miss this class. Sick of managing multiple versions of
files by hand? Sick of losing track of changes? Planning to work
together with others on a project? Pursuing a job in the software
industry? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this
class is for you!
Title: Git Will Make Your Life Better
Who: Geoffrey Thomas
When: This Sunday, 2/10, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Decentralized version control has been one of the most influential
innovations in software engineering in the last few years. This is an
introductory class in the leading decentralized version control
system, git. We'll start with a conceptual background, cover the most
common commands, and end with some cool tricks. Familiarity with the
UNIX command line is expected, but previous experience with git or
another VCS is not required.
Laptops are encouraged, as much of the class will involve hands-on
exercises. Come a few minutes early if you want help setting up git on
your computer. The class runs from 2-4, with time for questions or
in-depth discussions afterwords.
Feb 6: The scanner / parser project will be released on
Thursday during the project information session. Sorry for any
Feb 5: The first lecture is today; handouts are available on
the schedule page. If we do not have enough space in 36-156, we will reserve
another room ASAP, so stay tuned. Update: No need. Staying in
Jan 29: 6.035 lectures and recitations will take place in
36-156. The first lecture will be on February 5th at 11am. See you then!
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