SSE01 white page: non-Blackboard links to course content
As a convenience, most of the SSE01 course content is to begin with accessible both
through Blackboard and through this web page. This web page will be discontinued once all students have access to Blackboard. Please note that discussions
only are accessible through Blackboard. If your Blackboard account
is not working yet, you can in some cases use the Blackboard guest account. If there is an
inconsistency between Blackboard content and the content in this web
page, the Blackboard content is the official (unless otherwise noted :-).
- EXAM PLAN
- Course plan: Overview of each day in the course; note that the course plan evolves as the course evolves.
- Project information: Description of what we expect you to do in your projects.
- Literature: Literature being used in the course.
- Exam and Report: Describes the exam and the report, including the objectives of the course (what we expect you to learn).
- Guidelines for selecting SSE01: SSE01 is mandatory, but students already possessing relevant qualifications may in some cases be allowed to pick another course in its place, please read the guidelines for details.
- Slides: Made available after the lecture.
- Materials: Various other materials, such as source files
- 8/9-2008: Tech talk on multithreading There is a Sun tech talk on
multithreading Monday 15th of September, it might be of interest to
you: D4 (Niels Bohrs Alle) 16:15-18:15. Abstract: The fact that
multi-core processors is the at least the near future of computing is
something that few would argue against today, but what does that
require from us, the programmers, and from the tools we use? Will we
program the same way? Will we really write the fastest programs in C?
How does Java relate to this? Python? Erlang? Bio: Thorbiorn Fritzon
started programming Java back in 1995 and hasn't stopped yet. Since
1999 he's a Java Architect at Sun Microsystems in Sweden and
spokesperson in Java and software development issues. Thorbiorn writes
books and is a frequent speaker at conferences and other events. His
hobby is programming languages of which he has a huge collection.
- 28/8-2008: Course web page available.
- Remember that on-line web courses from Sun, including topics such as
Java, are available for students at the technical faculty. Please see Blackboard for information
(registration information will not be made publicly available on this
web page). If you (still) have problems with Blackboard, send me an
email if you need to access the web-based courses but cannot.