Someone called to my attention that Python 3.1 is significantly different than previous versions of Python. I recommend that you use Python 2.6, since this is the version almost everyone uses today. My notes and examples will use Python 2.6, and many of the examples will not work on Python 3.1. You may use any version you wish, but do so at your own risk!
I posted a calendar widget on the course website. If you have a Google Account, you can subscribe to the calendar by clicking the Add to Google Calendar button. Otherwise you should check the site regularly to keep track of upcoming deadlines etc.
Hope your summer is going well!
I'm teaching Science and Engineering of the World Wide Web next semester, and you are currently enrolled in my class. I am still finalizing the syllabus, so I wanted to give you the chance to tell me what you want/expect to be taught in this class. Your suggestions might help me expand the syllabus, design a class project, etc.
So, what interests you about how the Internet works? What web technologies are you curious about? What project ideas do you have? etc?
You are not required to respond. Feel free to drop an anonymous note in my campus mailbox, call me, send up smoke signals or whatever.
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