Class reflections (July 5, 2004, 0) - - CS21A: Walked through the GuessingGame and CrystalBall
exercises. It looked like everyone’s on track. Mentioned my decision
to my MIS class. Okay class session.
- CS110: Told the class what was going to happen. Reviewed chapter
Reviewed arrays and linked lists. Discussed array and linked-list
implementation of stacks by describing the behavior of a stack and
asking them to define
Book notes for programming contest history (November 22, 2003, 0) - - organize by year
- mike line number
- neil no indententation
- curriculum now used, but spread over several months
- kicked out of rooms
- teaching without computers
- games that kept us going
- contact ma’am sonia (ask Mario)
- chipi will make a yahoogroup
- decide on
- slightly like a textbook. what programs were significant.
- neil: maybe we have too
Improv 101, class 4: Characterizations (August 26, 2009, 0) - It occurred to me that I hadn’t written about my fourth class in Improv, which was two weeks ago. (I skipped last week’s due to a conflict, and will take a make-up class in September.)
Annie was away, so Kevin substituted for her. We got a lot of practice doing two-person scenes, which I enjoyed a
Okay, ACM event covered (November 16, 2004, 0) - Ateneo ranks 2nd in programming tilt
Now that someone’s written the objective report, I can talk a little
bit about the people behind the names… =)
Carlos-Miguel D. Arguelles
Driven to succeed, and with the skills to back up his ambitions. I had so much fun watching the friendly competition between Miguel Arguelles and Jino Noel in class.
CS161 William (May 31, 2003, 0) - CS161 CS becomes 162, which is a combination of CS161 and systems
programming. Change of textbook back to Tanenbaum. Lab class.
CS162a&b. We’re going to merge the two classes into a 6-unit lecture
and lab course.
Still going to require the two major projects in OS. The survey will
stay, and the benchmarking will also stay, just to give them