CSE 351 Home
|Name||Regular Office Hours (always check schedule)|
|Instructor||Luis Ceze||luisceze@cs||Mon 11:00-12:00pm CSE 576|
|Teaching Assistants||Sarang Joshi||sarangj||Wed 4:00-5:00pm CSE 002|
|Amrita Mazumdar||amrita||Mon 1:30-2:30pm CSE 218|
|Artem Minyaylov||artemvm||Thu 2:00-3:00pm CSE 218|
|Nick Mooney||nmooney||Fri 11:30-12:30 CSE 021|
|Yufang Sun||mandary||Tue 11:00-12:00pm CSE 021|
|Max Willsey||mwillsey||Wed 11:00-12:00pm CSE 218|
Asking Questions, Getting Assistance, Giving Feedback
Outside of lectures and sections, there are a few ways to ask questions or discuss course issues:
- Visit office hours! In addition, if you need extra time or need to discuss something in private, feel free to email and make an appointment.
- Ask questions on the message board, where TA's and the instructor will be able to answer your question. This is the best way of asking questions about homework, exams, and other class related topics. Also before posting a question on the message board, browse through the questions that have already been posted on there in the case that someone else had the same question you had.
- Send email to the staff email list. We will do our best to respond as promptly as we can; once again the message board is our preferred mode of communication.
- Send anonymous feedback that goes only to the instructor. The instructor will address the issue and share it with others only as appropriate, but will not have a way to reply to you without addressing the whole class.
All students enrolled in the class have already been subscribed to the course mailing list for their lecture section: cse351 at uw.edu. If you'd like to change your mailing list settings or if you have not been subscribed, visit the mailing list info page (Lecture A).
Meeting Times and Locations
|Lecture A||JHN 102||MWF 9:30-10:20||Luis Ceze|
|Section AA & AD||MGH 228||Th 8:30-9:20||Yufang Sun|
|Section AB & AE||MGH 231||Th 9:30-10:20||Amrita Mazumdar|
|Section AC & AF||EEB 031||Th 10:30-11:20||Nick Mooney|
|Section AG & AH||EEB 054||Th 12:30-1:20||Sarang Joshi|
We will assign reading and homework problems from the required textbook, Bryant and O'Hallaron, Computer Systems: A Programmer's Perspective, 3rd edition (See also the errata).
Additionally, you may find a good C programming language reference quite useful. Examples are Kernighan and Ritchie, The C Programming Language, 2nd edition and Harbison and Steele, C: A Reference Manual, 5th edition.
A number of videos on the course content are available thanks to Luis Ceze and Gaetano Borriello, and TAs Katelin Bailey and Rachel Sobel, who ran an online version of this course. Viewing these videos is generally optional. They may be useful for reviewing lecture content or use of important tools for lab. We may occasionally assign some videos to supplement topics that we cover only briefly in lecture.
Use the anonymous feedback form to leave us anonymous feedback about the course.