Programming Languages

Academic Year 2021-22


News

The second midterm is set for December 14th. Remember to enroll through SIFA/UNIMIA before the end of November.

The first midterm is set for November 9th. Please be in front of room δ at 1:20pm.

On October 19th we will have the first hands-on session. The lecture will be in room δ instead of α still at 2pm.

The lecture of October 4th is canceled, it will be recovered at the end of the course.

Lectures will start on Tuesday, September 28th at 2pm in room α. On Mondays the lecture will always start at 1pm; on Tuesdays the lecture will always start at 2pm.

Remember the lectures are in presence. In case streaming is needed (e.g., for ill or quarantined students) this will be on the laboratory discord channel. This will be an unattended (one way) screen sharing from my device. The recording is not allowed. To get to the discord channel use this invitation, register with your full name and if you are attending more than one of my courses register to each of them. People enrolled to the channel that are not in the list of those enrolled to the course will be kicked.

Exams.

Midterms

Remember to enroll to the midterm through SIFA/UNIMIA.

Office Hours for Students

The office hours for the students are: Mondays from 8:30 to 10:30 in my office (Via Celoria 18, room 5009). Or on appointment on Discord (preferred way).

Course Materials and Other Resources.

Slides.

Books:

Hands-on Lessons.

Exercises to do in the hands-on lessons (room δ).

Note, the solutions to the exercises I did in the recorded hands-on sessions are available in a SVN repository accessible at:

https://adapt-lab.di.unimi.it/svn/lp+pa+tsp/trunk/lp

The credentials to access the repository are the same you use to access the password protected content on this page.

Exam Formalities.

The exam is written (at the computer). Each session proposes three exercises:

In alternative, each exercise can be substituted by a midterm exam. The midterms are three, 1 for every paradigm, and if passed (with a grade of 6 or more) they hold for the whole academic year. The midterms are independent of each other, so if you fail one of them you can do the next one: the failed midterms can be caught up in the exam sessions. You are STRONGLY encouraged to follow and prepare the midterms.

Walter Cazzola

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