|Leena Razzaq||Amal Ahmed|
|Office: 310B West Village H||Office: 328 West Village H|
|Email: lrazzaq||Email: amal|
|Hours: Tues 10am-noon||Hours: Thurs 1:30-2:30pm|
Teaching Assistants and TutorsHead TA
William, Phillip and Mimi will hold their office hours in the 3rd floor atrium in WVH on the side closest to the Museum of Fine Arts.
|William J. Bowman|
|Hours: T 3-5pm|
|Office: WVH 3rd floor|
|Phillip Mates||Mimi Lin|
|Hours: M 12-2pm||Hours: M 2-4pm & M 7-9pm|
|Office: WVH 3rd floor||Office: WVH 3rd floor|
All tutor office hours take place in WVH 102 (look for the TUTORS sign) unless otherwise noted.
|Tyler Aldrich||Elijah Botkin||Kaila Corrington||Julia Ebert|
|Hours: Su 6-8pm||Hours: M 5-7pm||Hours: Su 4-6pm||Hours: T 1-3pm|
|Tom Hay||Beatrice Huang||Alex Jolly||Nicholas Jones|
|Hours: Su noon-2pm||Hours: R 12:30-2:30||Hours: F 4-6pm||Hours: F 2-4pm|
|Raymond O'Connor||Sinan Pehlivanoglu||Pedro Silva||Matthew Singer|
|Hours: Su 2-4pm||Hours: T 4-6pm||Hours: T 5:30-7:30||Hours: R 7-9pm|
Here is a Google calendar of office hours
Abstract: This course is an introduction to computing and programming. Its major goal is to introduce students to the principles of systematic problem solving through programming and the basic rules of computation. The course does not assume any prior programming experience. It is therefore suitable for freshmen students---majors and non-majors alike---who wish to explore the intellectual ideas of the discipline.
Prerequisites: The course assumes a basic familiarity with arithmetic and algebra. It does demand curiosity, self-discipline, and some amount of people skills, because all computer scientists end up working with others interactively all the time, including in this course.