If you haven't received an email about your GraphViz submission, you've received credit for it! More details about your grade will be available on paperless shortly.
One small clarification for assignment one:
This quarter CS106B/X/L switched to a new IDE called Qt Creator, which you'll need to install to complete the new GraphViz. Instructions to install Qt Creator can be found here. Feel free to email me if you have any questions about the setup, and you can still use a public cluster computer if you prefer.
Assignment one, GraphViz, is out!
We'll go over the assignment in detail on Tuesday in class, but you can check out the handout and starter code right now. GraphViz is intended to be a bit of fun practice for the concepts you've learned in class, so feel free to ask questions. Good luck!
Welcome to CS106L!
CS106L is offered as a companion class to CS106B / CS106X which offers a more complete exploration of the C++ language. The class will include a quick overview of the fundamentals of C++, and then progress on to cover more advanced C++ concepts. We'll also spend some time learning about the ecosystem that C++ lives in, learning about modern tools like Boost and C++11.
Lectures meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:15-5:05 PM in Braun Auditorium (I'm working on getting this changed!). There are no exams, and grades are entirely based on three programming assignments (which you only have to do two of!). The class is designed with a student who has taken or is currently taking CS106B/X in mind, but there are no formal prerequisites.
If you have any questions about the class, feel free to email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org.