NOTE: This web site is out of date
This is the course web site from a past quarter, Autumn 2018
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://cs106b.stanford.edu/
If you are already at http://cs106b.stanford.edu/, the web page may not be updated yet for the new quarter.
Please be advised that courses change with each new quarter and instructor.
Any information on this out-of-date page may not apply to you this quarter.
Final Exam Reminder
Our exam is on Mon 12/10
at 8:30 - 11:30am.
Go to the following room based on the starting letter of your last name (family name):
- Last name A - O: go to Cemex Auditorium
- Last name P - Z: go to Cubberley Auditorium
Instructor: Marty Stepp
Kate Rydberg - see Staff/SLs page for our contact info.
A Stanford CS instructor is hosting an optional CS quiz on Fri 12/7 after our lecture at 11:30am.
If you participate in the quiz, it will help her research and might help you review topics for the 106B final exam.
See for more details. Thanks!
Practice final exams, reference sheet, rules, and topics to study have now been posted on the Exams page.
A final review session will be held on Sat 12/8 at 2-4pm in STLC 111.
Slides from the review session have now been posted in the Exams page.
Homework 7 (Trailblazer; graphs) is now posted in the Homework area.
HW7 YEAH hours are on Tue 11/27 in Hewlett 102.
The YEAH slides are now posted on the Homework page.
CS 193A Android app class:
Marty will be teaching a course next quarter called CS 193A about Android app development.
193A is generally expected to be less work and easier than CS 106B.
The course is targeted for students who have completed 106B.
Ownership of Android device not required.
The course is entirely based on projects and sections; there are no exams.
If you are interested, to receive a permission code to add the class!
Extra late day: Effective immediately, every CS 106B student gets +1 extra late day, raising your total for the quarter to 5.
Hopefully this will help you manage the assignment schedule for the rest of the quarter.
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