- Mondays, 10:15-11:15am
- Wednesdays, 2:45-3:45pm
- Thursdays, 2:45-3:45pm
- Fridays, 2:45-3:45pm
- CODERS, community service via CS
- Regular meeting, Fridays 3:35-4:05pm, Wing 102
- Weekly study group, Thursdays 3-6pm, Wing 16
- CS Club, student ACM chapter
- Regular meeting, every other Monday (from Feb. 4), 4pm, Centennial 2311
- Womyn’s group, Tuesdays 4pm, room TBA
- Wing 16 Lab hours
- Sundays noon-11pm
- Mondays 2:05-10pm
- Tuesdays 1-10pm
- Wednesdays 2:00-10pm
- Thursdays 2:05-10pm
- Fridays 1:00-5pm
- Saturdays noon-5pm
- Fri. Feb. 22 Interview with potential new faculty member Dr. David Koop
- 1:30pm, meeting with students, room TBA
- 4pm, presentation, 102 Wing
- Wed. Feb. 27 Spring career fair
- Tues. Feb. 26 Internship showcase
- Wed. Feb. 13 3-Minute Thesis competition, 6pm, 1400 Centennial
- April 1: Summer registration opens
- April 8: Fall registration opens
- Major field test tentative dates: Fridays, April 26 and May 3
- From May 28 into July: Registration of returning students closes for new student registration
- Internship opportunities via Career Services, www.uwlax.edu/career-services/handshake
News and links
- New functional constructs in Scala 3,
December 13, 2018.
Keynote address from Scale By The Bay 2018
- Haskell-related summer internship in Germany,
November 30, 2018.
This internship is directed at native English speakers
- Nice article about balancing the workload of high-impact teaching practices,
November 27, 2018.
From the Chronicle of Higher Ed: “High-impact practices can be exhausting. They are labor intensive – for students, yes, but especially for faculty members.”
- Why is functional programming seen as the opposite of OOP rather than an addition to it?,
March 26, 2018.
Essay by Alan Kay on Quora
- The sociology of participation,
June 28, 2017.
From Chronicle Vitae: creating a successful learning environments is not up to only the professor
- Why you need a writing group,
June 15, 2017.
From the Chronicle: “The isolating and competitive atmosphere of academia is enough to produce anxiety and depression in many a doctoral student.”
- This month at PAIR,
February 14, 2017.
Earlier this month at the PAIR workshop, I presented “String shuffling over a gap between parsing and plan recognition.”
- More than just the programmer,
October 17, 2016.
James Hague has an interesting post on joining a work culture as a programmer.