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Here, you can find all weekly announcements for the summer.

Week 10 Announcements

Oct 25 · 1 min read

: This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • If you have not submitted your midterm fractal to Gradescope, you can turn it in by 11:59pm on Monday 10/25 for a small grade penalty. Many students were not able to find the instructions, and we want to give a chance for your work to be evaluated.
  • If you did not turn in a recording for either part of your midterm, you can turn them in using this same form (link on Ed) by 11:59pm on Monday 10/25 for a small grade penalty.
  • We’ll be sending out a post-midterm grade report later this week, which will include your midterm grades.
  • Project 5 is released Monday 10/25 evening and due 11/05
  • Final Project Proposal spec is released on 10/27 (proposal due Thu 11/04)
  • Final Project Technical spec released Friday 10/29
  • Friday 10/29 is the deadline to change your grading from letter grade to P/NP and vice versa.
  • Week 10 Reading Quiz due Friday by 11:59pm

Week 9 Announcements

Oct 18 · 1 min read

: This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • The midterm will take place on Monday, October 18th. You will have a 16-hour period from 8am (Pacific Time) to 11:59pm (Pacific Time) to start the exam that day. Once you have started the exam, you will have a total of 2.5 hours to complete it (this may vary for students with DSP accommodations). See the logistics post linked above for details.
  • There will be no labs, office hours, or lectures on Monday or Tuesday this week. Class will resume as usual on Wednesday.
  • Project 4 essay due on Thursday, October 21st
  • Project 4 comments due on Saturday, October 23rd
  • Mid-Semester Survey, linked above, (which counts for this week's survey) due 11:59pm on Fri 10/22.
  • Week 9 Reading Quiz due Friday by 11:59pm

Week 8 Announcements

Oct 10 · 1 min read

: This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • Lecture this week will be virtual and asynchronous
  • The midterm will take place on Monday, October 18th. (more details on exam and demo assignment to come in an Ed post later in the week)
  • We will be hosting a midterm review session on Monday, October 11th 6-8pm. Be sure to sign up on the wejoinin linked on the Weekly Blast Ed post.
  • Late adds, you can get labs checked off in any lab or OH. If you’re not a late add, please do your best to get check offs done in labs from now on.
  • Lab 11 due Wed 10/13 or Thu 10/14
  • Project 4 is released!

Week 7 Announcement

Oct 4 · 1 min read

: This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • If you’re running into bugs in “update display” or “ new board of size __” in Project 3, please redownload the spec and import your blocks. If you’re not sure how to do this, ask in lab or OH!
  • If you’ve been having Discord issues in remote lab or OH, please uninstall and re-install the app to try and fix any audio errors!
  • Please continue to post on Ed with any content or logistical questions — these should not go to the CS10 email because they’re likely to apply to many students
  • Late adds, you can get labs checked off in any lab or OH.
  • The power testing on campus on Monday will not affect any labs, as it is occurring a 11pm.
  • Mon 10/4 - Project 3 Party for all students in SDH 200 from 6-8pm
  • Tues 10/5 - Project 3 Party for all students on Discord from 6-8pm
  • Lab 9 due Mon 10/04 or Tue 10/05
  • Lab 10 due Wed 10/06 or Thu 10/07
  • Project 3 due 11:59pm on Thu 10/07

Week 6 Announcement

Sep 26 · 1 min read

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  • READ THE SPEC UPDATES SECTION IN THE PROJECT 3 SPEC
  • Ben’s lab (8-10am M/W) will be held virtually on Discord this week!
  • Mon 9/27 - Project Party for Late Adds from 6-8pm on Discord
  • Mon 10/4 - Project 3 Party for all students in SDH 200 from 6-8pm
  • Tues 10/5 - Project 3 Party for all students on Discord from 6-8pm
  • Reading Quiz 5 (Week 6) due 11:59pm on Fri 10/1
  • If you test positive for COVID-19, we encourage you to email your lab and discussion TAs, or cs10@berkeley.edu, to let us know and help keep everyone in the class safe.
  • If you are not attending the section you signed up for on the lab/discussion wejoinin, please remove yourself from the section so other students can attend. </ul>

Week 5 Announcement

Sep 20 · 1 min read

: This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • Make sure you have read the Week 5 Overview Ed post (there are updates on certain lab sections).
  • There is a new remote Tu/Th lab section taught by Dominic from 10am-12pm.
  • If you test positive for COVID-19, we encourage you to email your lab and discussion TAs, or cs10@berkeley.edu, to let us know and help keep everyone in the class safe.
  • If you are not attending the section you signed up for on the lab/discussion wejoinin, please remove yourself from the section so other students can attend, using the cancel code you were emailed.
  • Project 2 is due 11:59pm on Tue 9/21

Week 4 Announcement

Sep 13 · 1 min read
READ THE QUEST RELEASE POST HERE

This spreadsheet contains the zoom links for lecture and remote discussion sections.

  • Make sure you have read the Week 4 Overview Ed post.
  • Our first exam, the Quest will be taking place on Tuesday, 9/14. Please read over the Quest Logistics post and complete the accompanying practice workflow for extra credit!
  • We’ll be dropping your four lowest 4 weekly surveys and reading quizzes at the end of the semester, so don’t worry if you missed those in previous weeks!
  • If you are enrolled in a Tues/Thurs lab, we will NOT hold lab on Tuesday.
  • The Wed/Thu labs this week are work sessions — feel free to come by to work on the project, catch up on labs, or start lab 6 early!

Week 3 Announcement

Sep 6 · 1 min read

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  • We will be holding in-person lecture this Wednesday in our new lecture hall, Dwinelle 155. You can sign up to attend here: https://www.wejoinin.com/sheets/kdrgv
  • Lab section capacities have been expanded for some sections which were fully enrolled on the WeJoinIn, but still had space for a few more students. Change your section here.
  • If you don’t think you’ll finish Project 1 by Wednesday, you can use up to 2 slip days to finish with no late penalty. These will be automatically calculated based on your submission date.
  • Prof. Hug has recorded the lecture for Wednesday already, it’s linked below if you want to take a look before lab.

Week 2 Announcement

Aug 29 · 1 min read
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Live lecture link
  • Live lecture is remote through 9/8 (see Ed for details)
  • Reading quizzes start this week. They are now asynchronous and non-proctored. The link to the first reading can be found below. The quiz is due by midnight this Friday 9/3.
  • Make sure to fill out the Week 2 survey, which can be found on Ed.
  • If you’re unsatisfied with the section you’re currently enrolled in, you can still switch using the lab and discussion sheets! If all the sections you want to attend are full, email cs10@berkeley.edu with the subject “[CS10] Lab Enrollment Issue” or “[CS10] Discussion Enrollment Issue”!
  • If you have switched sections, or do not plan to keep attending synchronous lab or discussion, please un-enroll yourself on the wejoinins so other students can enroll.

Week 1 Announcement

Aug 24 · 0 min read

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  • Welcome to CS10! The first lecture will be held 10-11am entirely remote at the usual lecture link (see above link).
  • Some TAs will be holding general office hours on the glade (Look out for the Squirtle sign!) 10am-12pm and 1-4pm on Wednesday, and 3-5pm on Thursday. This is a great way to meet some staff, ask any questions and voice any concerns you may have about the class and/or Cal in general.