Here you will find links to the labs for this course. Each week, I'll add a link to a new lab.
Note that I am fairly casual about labs in this course. In particular, I consider labs a chance for you to do some hands-on exploration of technologies relevant to the class. I check that you've tried the labs, but I don't tend to grade you on the work. Most labs are fairly open ended; you should feel free to quit after about fifty minutes of work. I would prefer that you do your labs during the designated lab sessions so that I can answer questions and so that we can reflect as a group. However, I understand that some of you are unable to attend lab, and it is acceptable for you to complete labs on your own.
Tuesday, 20 January 2003 [Samuel A. Rebelsky]
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