|Account Administration (Grades, Registration, etc.)||General Course Information|
|About the Staff||Materials from Discussion Sections|
|Lecture notes||Labs and Homework|
|Piazzza Newsgroup||Frequently Asked Questions|
|Java Library Documentation (also: no frames)||Emacs Quick Guide|
|Tool Documentation: Subversion, Emacs, etc.)||A Java Reference.|
|Data Structures (Into Java)||UCB Package Documentation|
|List of instructional login servers||Some data-structure visualizations and a Wikibook.|
|Some project style guidelines||A collection of bad Java practices|
|Berkeley Programming Contests|
graph-demoon the instructional machines. There are some sample files from lecture (and variations) in directory /home/ff/cs61b/code/graph-demos.
bug-submitto submit problems with your programs. In a directory containing all the files in your assignment (in the case of Project #1, this means the proj1 directory, not the proj1/draw subdirectory), prepare a file called ERROR containing a description of your problem and how to reproduce it. Then issue
bug-submit ASSIGNMENTwhere ASSIGNMENT is the name of the assignment (e.g., proj1).