NOTE: This web site is out of date
This is the course web site from a past quarter, Spring 2017
If you are a current student taking the course, this is not your class web site, and you should visit the current class web site instead at http://cs106a.stanford.edu/
If you are already at http://cs106a.stanford.edu/, the web page may not be updated yet for the new quarter.
Please be advised that courses' policies change with each new quarter and instructor.
Any information on this out-of-date page may not apply to you this quarter.
This page has various useful links about our course material and about computer science.
Do you know a good link that is missing from our list? Email it to us!
Computer Science Major:
a program where Stanford Women in Computer Science & Engineering teach, mentor, and inspire Bay Area high school girls
- (inspiring women in computing)
- CS 106A Style Guide (guidelines for coding style and design that we want you to follow on your homework)
- (a useful site full of practice programming problems for Java/Python)
- , Washington's Java practice problem web application written by Marty Stepp
Past 106A web sites:
- Eclipse Java integrated development environment (an editor, compiler, debugger, etc.)
- (a free viewer so you can see the lecture slides)
- (free office software that is compatible with Microsoft Office)
- or (to view PDF documents)
- web browser
- web browser
Other Miscellaneous Links (not directly course-related):
- (not used in CS 106A; shameless PageRank boost!)
- (shameless PageRank boost!)
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