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  University of Washington Bothell;   Computing & Software Systems
  CSS 502 - Data Structures and Object-Oriented Programming II - Winter 2014

Resources:
Syllabus schedule adjusted
Assignments
Course Notes/Practice Problems
Programming Grading Rubric
CSS 342 Sample Code
CSS 343/502 Sample Code

C++ Notes
C/C++ Info links
Carrano Text Errata
Carrano Text Source Code via ftp
Carrano's blog

UWB General Computing Info
Lab 320 Linux Guide
C&C Unix Guide
UW Computing Tools
C++ on the Macintosh
Valgrind Info

Academic/behavioral Conduct
Disability Resources (DRS)
UWB Quantitative Skills Center
UWB Writing Center

Dr. Carol Zander   zander@u.washington.edu     http://faculty.washington.edu/zander

Covers the mathematical principles of computing with a focus on logic, analytical thinking, and mathematical problem solving along with object-oriented design and programming. Material covered includes inheritance/polymorphism, mathematical induction, algorithm analysis, graph data structures with associated algorithms, and some formal automata theory.

Electronically submit your assignments using catalyst at   E-submit assignment page

Post a question (or an answer) at   Message Board (Q/A page)

  • Post questions (or answers), but do not post your code (code snippet is okay) or problem answers
  • Please use an appropriate, clear subject
  • Do not post unnecessary messages such as "thank you" .
  • Do not carry on a personal conversation
    Note:  
    The CSS windows lab is UW1-310, the CSS linux lab is UW1-320.
    (School general lab is in UW2-140.)   Grad lounge is UW1-302.
    There is a teaching assistant available in 310 or 320 to help.

    Do not allow non-CSS students in our labs (most importantly so they will not consume our resources). If resource consumption is abused, your lab fee will be increased.