CS107E Spring 2020 Application
Because accepted students will be physically mailed a kit (including a Raspberry Pi, a breadboard, and some supporting electronics), we ask that you do not shop CS107E. We'll have to mail you the kit before the quarter starts, and won't have a way to easily transfer it to someone else. Thank you!
What is your name?
What is your SUNet ID?
What grade did you receive in CS106B/X?
C or lower
Taking it now
Haven''t (please explain below)
What year are you?
Fourth year or later
Are you pursuing a CS degree?
No, I'm in another department (please say which below)
Not sure, I haven't declared yet
Yes, I'm a CS major/grad student
If you could have one question answered about how a computer (hardware and/or software) works, what would it be?
Please read this blog post. What do you think? Don't be worried if you don't understand much of the technical content. A short answer is fine.
What is your favorite personal hack -- inventive, simple solution that solved a hard problem -- of all time?
Why are you interested in taking this course, CS107E, rather than the current version of CS107?
Because this class is being offered purely online for the first time, it will have a few rough edges, especially in some of the labs. We'll therefore need your help and patience in working out some kinks. Are you up for it?
No problem! Sign me up! I'm looking forward to helping iron out a few issues in the course.
Is there anything else you'd like us to know?
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