Happy Thanksgiving! December 1 and December 3 are our last two classes. Until then, please enjoy your break.
Hope you all enjoyed the resume and LinkedIn workshops! Wishing you guys luck in job hunting. Here's this week's announcements:
Project Checkpoint Details
As always, make sure to take care of yourselves.
Your DeCal Course Staff
Midterm season is in full swing, so hope you all are keeping busy. We also hope you enjoyed the Docker lecture! There is a lot of fun to be had there (as we build up to the project). That said, we have some very important announcements this week so please read carefully:
Homework 3a - Golang Coding
This is the hands-on autograded coding assignment.
Homework 3b - SQL
Homework 3c - Feedback Form
With all this said, we hope you guys are making the best of this remote semester and are making sure to take care of yourselves. We're always here for you if you stumble, so don't hesitate to reach out. Good luck on your midterms!
Hope all have had a good week and are going strong in your classes. We've got a few announcements for this coming week:
Lastly, if you feel overwhelmed by the pacing of this course, please reach out to us so we can figure out ways to help you get up to speed. We want everyone to get as much as possible out of this course and are willing to work with you. Take care and stay safe.
Hope you guys enjoyed the introduction to Networking Protocols and Golang. We'll be going into more depth and hands-on usage of HTTP and Golang beginning next week Thursday. Here's a few announcements for you guys:
We absolutely recommend completing A Tour of Go up until and including Maps
Thanks for sticking through the first week! We have a few logistical announcements for you guys:
We've reopened our apps until Friday, September 4th! Make sure to apply soon!
Apply at https://tinyurl.com/cloudcomputingdecal
Thank you to those that came out to the infosession! A lot of points were brought that we're addressing here.
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