Lab1 is published. See "Assignments" section of the course site.
|Lab1 is published|
Due date of Lab1 is next Thu, March 30 so plan your time accordingly.
We strongly suggest to start working on Lab1 asap----this lab is relatively simple, however, there is an initial overhead of learning new environment and tools.
Take this into account.
Archived (tar) solution should be submitted using "Electronic Submit" link in the Lab1 part of the "Assignments" section.
Read Recitation #1: Operating Systems overview slides -- refresh your OS course knowledge!
|Operating Systems overview slides are available on course site. Course Material -> recitations section -> Recitation #1|
These slides are intended for self-reading. Also include OSE course administration.
This week Prof. Dan Tsafrir will give two lectures
|This week Prof. Dan Tsafrir will give two lectures on regular course hours: |
Tuesday 12:30-14:30 and Wednesday 16:30-18:30.
Students can find lectures slides in previous semester materials section. We will publish updated slides with the course advance.
Link to previous semester:
Piazza forum is available for all class-related discussions.
|Dear students, we will be using Piazza for class discussion. Forum is available in link below, register in advance.|
We encourage you to ask questions when you're struggling to understand a concept.
The quicker you begin asking questions on Piazza (rather than via emails),
the quicker you'll benefit from the collective knowledge of your classmates and instructors.
This week only, Igor's reception hour is Monday, March 20, 10:30-11:30
|Igor's reception hour this week is Monday, March 20, 10:30-11:30|
Welcome to course 236376 - Operating Systems Engineering, Spring 2017!