CS101 -- Introduction to Programming the World Wide Web
Welcome to CS101!On this page, you will find homework, tutorial information, and other announcements about CS101.
Please check this site regularly.
Staff:The instructors for this course are:
Robert Kirby: 9:30-10:20 MWF, Ry 521.
Wolfgang Freis: 12:30-:20 MWF, Ry 251
TAs:Ravi Kant Office Hours : Thu : 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fri : 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Office Hours : Mon : 2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Jason A Mcnutt
Text BooksThe books for this course can be found at the bookstore:
Programming the World Wide Web, by Robert W. Sebesta. Addison Wesley 2002.
Elements of Programming with Perl, by Andrew L. Johnson. Manning,
SoftwareIf you are using Windows and need an ftp program, you should download WS FTP. You can get it free here:
Instructions for using it are here:
If you are using a mac, a fetch demo can be downloaded from here:
WS FTP and fetch are also available free in the connectivity package in their full form (as opposed to demos or lite versions). That is available for free from the campus computer store, or on cd for checkout at the Regenstein Library.
TutorialsThere are tutorials to cover ftp, BBEdit, and Netscape features scheduled for next week in the MacLab at Regenstein, Level A.