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Priorities - A: high, B: medium, C: low; Status - _: unfinished, X: finished, C: cancelled, P: pending, o: in progress, >: delegated. Covey quadrants - Q1 & Q3: urgent, Q1 & Q2: important
A1XReview CS123 final designs for 2003.10.15 (TeachingWork)
A2XWrite problem 1 for the ACM

1. Teaching quote : 11:53

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Teaching quote: "The teacher is the needle and the disciple is the thread." (Miyamoto Musashi)

2. Chocolate jewelry : 12:17

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From Martin: check out the first article. The pic of the ring enlarges. Question is, would you wear it or eat it? *teasing*

3. Notes on the CS123 designs : 13:34

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4. An insight on project defenses : 14:13

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I find that I approach project defenses as my opportunity to learn from the group the insights they had while working on the project. =) I'm looking forward to the CS123 project defenses!

5. Meeting with Dr. Sarmenta re CS21B : 16:27

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start: 3:30

- Good design - Object-oriented principles - Files - Networking - Threads - Patterns: abstracting and applying to a different situation - Tokenizing strings


official patterns for doing things - so most people by default will follow our official pattern - be very consistent about doing things - know when the pattern applies

- driver

game exercise - modify a game framework; teach them how to analyze code, create objects, etc.

generic game server

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