CSE2031 - Software Tools

General Information


General Information


Course Information


Grading Policy


Lecture Schedule




Exam information

Your Marks  

Instructor: Przemyslaw Pawluk

Office: CSEB 2053

E-mail: pawluk(at)cse(dot)yorku(dot)ca

Lectures: Tuesday 6.00-8.00pm, R S203

Lab: Tuesday 4.00-6.00pm, CSE1006

Office hours: Tuesday, Thursday 3-4pm

First class is on Tuesday May 4


August 11, 2010

The departamentally administered deferred exam event (for missed Summer 2010 term final exams) will take place on Thursday, September 16, 2010, at 4:00-7:00pm
in room HNE 035

August 8, 2010

Marks for A3 and Final exam are posted   here

There are also proposed final marks. If you don't have a mark means you didn't write final. If you have any questions I will be in my office on Monday Aug. 9 between 1 and 3 pm. Marks are not official. I will report them tomorrow evening. After that I will not discuss any requests concerning marks/assignments/exams.

July 30, 2010

Adjusted marks for A2 and Final lab test are posted   here

July 27, 2010

Assignemnt 2 marks are posted   here



July 21, 2010

Solutions for lab ex. 9 and 10 are posted


July 13, 2010

Final Exam time and place has been posted at the registrar office web site

Exam will take place
on Wed, 4 Aug 2010  19:00 duration 180 in: CLH H

If there is any conflict with other exams please contact me or registrar office ASAP!

July 4, 2010

The deadline for assignement 2 has been extended until Tuesday July 6, 2010 midnight.

June 25, 2010

I will be travelling during this week between June 25 and July 1. If you have any questions concerning assignment 2 please send email to TA skhan@cse.yorku.ca

June 18, 2010

Assignment 2 is posted. Due date is July 5, 2010 (midnight)

June 4, 2010

All students who have any problems accessing standard laibrary please let me know by sending an email.

During the labtest you accounts are "generated" so there should be no problem during the test to access standard library.

Your Marks are posted here

May 7, 2010

Assignment 1 is posted! Due date is May 25, 2010 at 6pm

Check readings assigned to lecture 1 and 2

To develope under the Windows OS you may use several options:

  • Use Putty to connect to our server and work online
  • Use CygWing: To emulate UNIX like environment
  • Use any windows compiler that compiles C codes (you can check Wiki to find some of them. Good choice can be GCC compiler called MinGW

April 28, 2010

Lecture nots for the lecture 1 and exercise for the firs lab available