|October 19, 2013||
I've posted a significantly improved version of my Concise Guide to Scala GUIs.
The wording in the Mastermind assignment was slightly confusing. I've changed it to read:
|October 17, 2013||I've posted my Lojban code.|
|October 12, 2013||I've updated and posted my Concise Introduction to Scala.|
|September 10, 2013||
Code that isn't reasonably formatted can be very difficult to read. The harder it is to read, the less likely you are to get help quickly. So format any code you post in Piazza!
There is a code button that you can use, when you are in the "Rich text editor." I haven't had good luck with it.
As an alternative, you can click use plain text editor, then put
Why didn't I post this in Piazza? Because I couldn't! There seems to be no way to persuade Piazza to display the five-character sequence
|September 4, 2013||
MCIT Social Hour
CIT 591 Beginner's section
|September 1, 2013||
In the REPL,
As the "
|Before the start of classes||
CIT 590 and CIT 591 are both introductory programming courses. CIT 591 is reserved for MCIT students, while CIT 590 may be taken by non-MCIT students.
In previous semesters, CIT 590 and CIT 591 have had identical content: Python, followed by Java. However, in Fall 2013,
For MCIT students, CIT 590 remains an acceptable substitute for CIT 591.