This is the site for CSE 15L at UCSD for Fall 2019. Here, you'll be able to find information about the class as well as links to resources. If you have any questions, please post them on our Piazza!
Welcome to CSE 15L, Software Tools and Techniques! We are excited to have you in this course. In CSE 15L, you will be introduced to fundamental Software Engineering Tools and Techniques that will enable you to build great software efficiently.
At the end of this course you will be able to:
Title: A Practical Guide to Linux Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming Edition & Publisher: Prentice Hall Author: Mark G. Sobell ISBN-13: 978-0134774602 ISBN-10: 0134774604
Your final grade will be determined via the following percentages:
Individuals are not permitted to approach students to offer services of any kind in exchange for pay, including tutoring services. This is considered solicitation for business and is strictly prohibited by University policy.
We are committed to fostering a learning environment for this course that supports a diversity of thoughts, perspectives and experiences, and respects your identities (including race, ethnicity, heritage, gender, sex, class, sexuality, religion, ability, age, educational background, etc.). Our goal is to create a diverse and inclusive learning environment where all students feel comfortable and can thrive.
Our instructional staff will make a concerted effort to be welcoming and inclusive to the wide diversity of students in this course. If there is a way we can make you feel more included please let one of the course staff know, either in person, via email/discussion board, or even in a note under the door. Our learning about diverse perspectives and identities is an ongoing process, and we welcome your perspectives and input.
We also expect that you, as a student in this course, will honor and respect your classmates, abiding by the UCSD Principles of Community (https://ucsd.edu/about/principles.html). Please understand that others’ backgrounds, perspectives and experiences may be different than your own, and help us to build an environment where everyone is respected and feels comfortable.
If you experience any sort of harassment or discrimination, please contact the instructor as soon as possible. If you prefer to speak with someone outside of the course, please contact Office of Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination
Students requesting accommodations for this course due to a disability must provide a current Authorization for Accommodation (AFA) letter issued by the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) which is located in University Center 202 behind Center Hall. Students are required to present their AFA letters to Faculty (please make arrangements to contact me privately) and to the OSD Liaison in the department in advance so that accommodations may be arranged.
Students who are wishing to enroll in class can fill out a course authorization through the following link.