Project 1 presentations are this week: have 4 minutes of material ready. Which day and which order you present is up to you, but it's nice to get it out of the way early! Your presentation should clearly describe WHO you are, WHAT you did, HOW you did it, and WHY you chose to do it that way: and your design rationale is usually a lot more interesting than your code. Bring a laptop to project your code, demo, slides, and/or figures, or email me your presentation materials the day before, if you'd like to present from my laptop.
Midterm exam grades and overall course grades are available on NetRun's grade reporting area. The bitwise stuff on the back page was rough for many people, so I've posted some runnable examples on NetRun under "10_11_midterm" example code.
The Midterm exam is Wednesday, October 11 in class. Coverage is everything we've talked about in the lectures, or covered in the lecture notes below; I try to make the exams more about concepts than the details we hit in homeworks. You can get a feel for the type of questions by looking at last year's midterm or this older midterm (check your work with the answer key).
HW0 is on NetRun and covers basic C++. It's due this Friday, September 1 (by midnight).
Homeworks for this class use my free web-based programming tool NetRun. Use your canonical alaska.edu email address to make a NetRun account, then log in to NetRun, and CS 301 should be listed at the bottom of the screen under "CS 301: Homepage (Fall 2017)".
If you don't see it, I can fix it instantly if you email me. I probably just didn't guess the right email for you!