Teaching Assistants Office Hours

Office hours will be held in the Link, in the the lower level of Perkins Library, near the cluster of chairs between Group Study 7 and Classroom 4 (see this map of the Link).

While there are computers in this room, you may still want to bring your laptop in case the room fills up. Anytime you plan to use campus computers rather than your own computer, make sure to check in your program through Eclipse so that it is available for you to check out again at another machine when you are done.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
5pm Alan Alan  
6pm
7pm Grant
Dylan Grant
Megan
Trent
Heidi
William
8pm Grant
Dylan Grant
Megan
Trent
Heidi
Trent
William
9pm Amy
Heidi
Sophia
William
Liz
Sophia
Liz
Amy
Trent
Dylan
10pm Amy
Heidi
Sophia
William
Sophia Amy Dylan

Posting to the Bulletin Board

In order to get the fastest possible response, it is important that you are as clear as possible when describing your problem. To this end, you should include exact error messages and a minimal number of lines of code so that people can help you without having to look at your entire program. Further, you should show evidence of trying to solve the problem yourself before posting.

When posting code, you should be very careful not to post so much as to give away your solution to your classmates. Indeed, such posts may be considered cheating! To avoid this situation, you should post as little code as possible in order to describe your problem. In many cases, you may be able to post only the single line that is causing the problem. In cases where it is necessary to post more, you may want to replace some parts with comments representing pseudocode if possible. In general, try to avoid posting complete methods or classes. If you are in doubt, mail one of the course staff and we will respond directly.