Lectures are held in INM-200 on Tuesdays from 16:15 - 18:00.
Computer labs are available for you in BC-07 and BC-08 on Mondays starting at 3:15pm and on Fridays starting at 4:15pm. The Monday slot is technically for SDP, while the Friday slot is for SwEng, but feel free to use each one as you see fit. TAs will be available in the lab to answer your questions during these times.
Please note that completing your assignment work is expected to take longer than the lab sessions; these time slots merely provide a structured setting where you can seek assistance from the TAs. You are not obligated to do your work during that time period. Feel free to use your own computer, but you must make sure that your work compiles and runs correctly on the BC machines, which is where we will grade your assignments.
TAs & AEs:
We have a discussion group set up for students to ask questions, discuss issues, etc. Please make sure you subscribe to it promptly, even if you are not yet sure you will be taking the course (you can unsubscribe later). The course staff monitors this group and will strive to provide answers, but it is often other students who provide answers in a more timely fashion. When posting messages, please be aware of our policy on collaboration. You can also contact the course staff directly, if you wish to ask a private question.
Conférence universitaire suisse, this means up to 180 learning hours for the semester, so you should budget 12-14 hours/week. SDP carries 4 units of credit, and this corresponds to 120 learning hours for the entire semester, i.e., 8-10 hours/week. Overall, expect to spend 20-25 hours weekly on these two courses.
Your final grade will be determined as follows:
If you wish to be excepted from these rules (e.g., if you are an exchange student), please talk to the instructor during the first week.