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 CSEP545 Spring 2007
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Philip A. Bernstein ( philbe@microsoft.com ), (425)706-2838

Teaching Assistant
Abhay K Jha ( abhaykj@cs.washington.edu ), (206) 616-7732
Office: Allen 502

Meeting Time
Thursday 6:30 - 9:20 PM, March 29 - May 31
No class on May 10 and May 17.
Make up lectures in April (tentative dates are Monday, April 16 and Monday, April 30)
A one-hour project demonstration, May 28-June 6 (exact dates TBD)
A midterm exam. No final exam.

1. (live) Microsoft Building 113 room 1021, phone (425)722-0820
2. (via video at UW) Allen , room 305.
If you're attending at Microsoft building 113:
  • Directions: http://www.research.microsoft.com/aboutmsr/visitmsr/redmond After turning onto 36th St, turn right into the first driveway, which is marked "Visitors". Park anywhere.
  • The building will be locked. If you're not a Microsoft employee, please wait for a student who is a Microsoft employee to let you in. If you arrive late, call the classroom ((425)722-0820) from the wall phone outside the main door of building 113, just dial 20820. Please be on-time, since phone calls interrupt the lecture
Handouts in the class of the revised version of
"Principles of Transaction Processing for the System Professional," by Philip A. Bernstein and Eric Newcomer, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 1997

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