Computer Science 2
Sections 01 and 02 are co-taught by
Professor Tymann and me.
The main CS2 webpage is at
Instructors: Ivona Bezakova (email), and Professor
Section 01 meets: Mo/Tu/We 10-10:50am, room 70-3435
Section 02 meets: Mo/Tu/We 4-4:50pm, room 70-3435
Tutoring center: open almost constantly - check the schedule on their door
Office hours: Tu 1-3pm, Th 10am-12pm, office
Professor Tymann's CS2 webpage (contain e.g. slides under "Schedule"):
Review sessions: Thursday, 4-6pm in room 70-2690 and Friday, 12-2pm in room 70-3560. Free pizza, free exam question!
The final exam will take place on Saturday, May 19th, 10:15-12:15 in room 70-1610. You are welcome to bring
one letter-sized double-sided "help-sheet." This sheet might contain any information you find useful but it
must be prepared by yourself using a font size both instructors can read.
There will be several final reviews. The TA's plan a review for Friday, May 18th. Please check with the TA's for the specific time
and location. There will also be two SI sessions on Thursday and Friday (the time will be posted here soon).
Review your class notes, slides, labs, and exams for the final. Here are specific topics to review.
Project deadline for the second submission is extended to May 13th, 2007. Also, there will be no third submission for the project.
Lab 7 due date is moved to week 10, it now has the same due date as lab 9. Students in evening lab sections please speak to your lab
instructor about this change as the due date did not change for the students in the evening lecture section.
Exam 2 will be held in class on Tuesday, May 1st, 2007, 10-10:50am for section 1 and 4-4:50pm for section 2. It will cover Streams, Java Collection Framework,
GUI, and Event handling.
Instructions for the
second submission of the project are now available.
Project, first submission instructions are now available.
Exam 1 will take place in class on Tuesday, April 3, 2007, 10-10:50am for section 1 and 4-4:50pm for section 2.
Study the topics covered in class/labs in the first three weeks (introduction, inheritance, abstract classes, interfaces, exceptions).