Recitation Notes

September 24, 2017

One thing I miss from being a teaching assistant is getting to write up recitation and lecture notes for technical topics. Like with teaching any other subject, writing up explanations for interesting things I’ve found helps me round out what concepts are still confusing. I also miss getting to make nice LaTeX-typeset PDFs.

Recitation notes are distinguished from normal blog posts in that they’ll cover more CS theory-oriented topics and will be more instructive than experience-based. All recitation notes are tagged with the tag recitation.

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I might “cross post” a few of the more interesting existing recitation handouts I’ve made over the years (though some of them make a heavy-handed assumption that you’re in the class currently).

Code Review from the Command Line

I do the bulk of my code reviews from the command line, especially when reviewing larger changes. I’ve built up a number of tools and config settings that help me dig into the nuances of the code I’m reviewing, so that I can understand it better than if I were just browsing online. Continue reading

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