Systems Programming and Machine Organization
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- Albert Wu
- Balaji Pandian
- Eddie Kohler (Lecturer) (Office MD 327, email email@example.com, OH MW 10-11:30)
- Kenny Yu
- Marcus Schorow
- Megan Quintero
- Michael Kester
- Nathaniel Herman
- Nikhil Benesch
- Rob Bowden
- Saagar Deshpande
- Zachary Fogelson
|Sunday, 4:00-5:30pm||SC B-09||Marcus Schorow|
|Monday, 1:00-2:30pm||SC B-09||Kenny Yu|
|Monday, 2:30-4:00pm||SC B-09||Rob Bowden|
|Monday, 5:00-6:30pm||SC B-09||Nate Herman|
|Tuesday, 10:00-11:30am||NWL B129||Michael Kester|
|Tuesday, 4:00-5:30pm||NWL B127||Albert Wu & Megan Quintero|
|Tuesday, 8:45-9:45pm||1 Story St , room 103. (1 Story St is in Harvard Square.)||Nikhil Benesch & Zachary Fogelson|
|Wednesday, 1:00-2:30pm||NWL B129||Saagar Deshpande|
|Wednesday, 7:00-8:30pm||SC B-09||Balaji Pandian|
Nikhil & Zach's section is recorded and is available here: http://cm.dce.harvard.edu/2014/01/13836/liveClassroom.shtml
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Unless noted otherwise, office hours will be held in the Science Center Computer Lab (Room B-14). We will have regular weekly office hours, starting Monday 9/10. We will occasionally schedule additional office hours. Check either this page or the announcements page for details.
Eddie Kohler says: I have office hours in MD 327. My office hours are MW morning, but I'm often in my office at other times. If the door is open and I'm available, I'm happy to meet. It may be better though to send email to set up a specific time.