Systems Programming and Machine Organization
This is the 2012 version of the course. Main site
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- Thu 10/25 Code from lecture has been posted to cs61-lectures, including the changes from lecture
- Wed 10/24 Exercise VM: help and practice exercises for virtual memory
- Thu 10/18 Midterm cheatsheet
- Thu 10/18 Extension after-hours midterm in MD 319; offered at 5:30, 6, and 6:30; signs on MD building will give information
- Tue 10/16 Assignment 3 posted
- Sun 10/14 Added Lecture 12 thoughts
- Wed 10/10 Added Git notes
- Wed 10/10 Added Lecture 11 thoughts
- Wed 10/3 ANNOUNCEMENT: John Britton, from Github, is speaking 7-9pm Thursday in MD119. There will be food & drinks. John will explain Git and take questions.
- Fri 9/28 Assignment 2 posted
- Tue 9/25 Added Section 2 notes
- Tue 9/25 Added Exercise P: help and practice exercises on pointers.
- Thu 9/20 Added C Patterns page, with initial entries for Sized integers and Vectors.
- Wed 9/19 Announced Extension School (and bonus section for all college students) on Extension School Page.
- Tue 9/18 Lecture 5 thoughts (code also posted to cs61-lectures.git)
- Sat 9/15 Coding style notes
- Fri 9/14 Assignment 1 posted
- Wed 9/12 Notes on computer arithmetic
- Tue 9/11 Register for section here!!!
- Sat 9/8 We have updated the course staff Gcal in Staff with this week's OHs. These are temporary OHs, for Assignment 0, but check back soon to see permanent OHs and sections.
- Thu 9/6 Assignment 0 posted
- Thu 9/6 Lecture 2 thoughts
- Thu 9/6 Anastasia was right: the largest number representable directly in a machine with 231 bytes of memory is (28)231–1 = 28×231–1 = 2234–1. The instructor apologizes.
- Thu 9/6 New wiki logo! © Sanrio.
- Thu 9/6 Lecture code from today is available via code.seas.
- Tue 9/4 Lecture 1 thoughts posted.
- Tue 9/4 Lecture code is available here: http://code.seas.harvard.edu/cs61/cs61-lectures
- Tue 9/4 Resources posted: Need a C tutorial? Check these out.
- Sign up for the CS61 Piazza here.