05/08/13 Regarding Project #8: You are implementing BFS, but a couple of the release tests have names like "testDFS1". The tests are legitimate tests for Breadth-First-Search, they are just named incorrectly. To be clear: You are NOT implementing Depth-First-Search.
05/08/13 The final exam is on Monday 5/13 from 4:00PM to 6:00PM in room ARM 0135. Please arrive at 3:50 so that we can get started on time.
04/26/13 Project #8 has been posted.
04/25/13 Hanseung Lee will not be able to hold his usual office hours from 1 to 3 on Monday 4/29. (His hours from 9 to 11 that day WILL be covered by a substitute.)
04/12/13 Project #7 has been posted. You do not have to start this project until after the midterm -- you should still have plenty of time. But I am posting it in case some people want to start early.
04/12/13 Please don't forget that the second midterm exam will be on Wednesday of next week. The midterm will focus on the topics from class starting with Hashing and up through and including threads and synchronization.
04/09/13 Project #6 has been posted!
03/26/13 There was a technical problem with the submit server and a few recent submissions may have been lost. If you submitted your project recently (on or after Sunday), you should resubmit it just to be sure.
03/10/13 Project #5 has been posted.
02/26/13 Project #4 has been posted!
02/21/13 On Monday we will be reviewing for the exam, so be sure to study this weekend and come to class with plenty of questions!
02/21/13 Please do not forget that we are having a midterm on Wednesday 2/27 in your discussion section. We will have lecture that day, as u\ sual, so be sure to come to both class sessions.
02/14/13 Project #3 has been posted.
02/10/13 I have begun a series of "study questions" designed to help you study the course material. There is a link to the left. Note that this resource is password protected -- the password will be announced in class on Monday.
02/04/13 Project #2 has been posted.
01/26/12 Project #1 has been posted. To get started, click the link that says "Projects" on the menu to the left. Then click on the name of the project ("Minimum Snippet"), which will take you to the complete project description. This project is not long, but it is not an easy one, so get started right away!
01/21/12 All CMSC132 students are required to attend the discussion session in which they are officially registered. The course is quite full and so there is no room to accommodate people who are not on the official roster for each class session.
01/21/12 Note that this website is for sections 0301/0302/0303/0401/0402/0403 only.
01/21/12 Welcome to CMSC 132. Important announcements will appear here -- most recent announcements will appear at the top. Be sure to look every day.