ACM Interactive Informational Sessions
The ACM IIS was created for two purposes. The first is to educate students on a topic that they normally would have to learn on their own. Examples of this are programming languages, or tools which are not typically taught in class, such has python, emacs, or gdb. The second purpose is to give students who are knowledgeable about a certain topic the opportunity to instruct so that they may gain experience.
People have requested I post the next event prior to the night before. Thus Apr. 28 is tentatively scheduled to cover emacs. If you would like something else covered please email me with requests. This session should cover the basics, to adding emacs modes, to compiling within emacs, to debugging using gdb within emacs, working with multiple buffers and windows.
Update 1: I added the final file in which I fixed the problem with the transparent update. The issue was the display update function wasn't being called within the AJAX success, but rather at the end of the function. As I mentioned, the update code is handled asynchronously and thus it was being called before the data was sent to the server. I apologize for the confusion.Reference Links
- PHP Docs
- w3schools AJAX Tutorial
- w3schools PHP Tutorial
- Base HTML File
- Final HTML File
- Session 4 Todo List
- Wikipedia entry on XHTML
- W3C Markup Validation Service
- W3C CSS Validation Service
- W3 Schools
- Session 3 Todo list
By popular request at the ACM meetings, this session is on using linux. The session covers common command line tools, text editors, file/directory permissions as well as a few other things. This session is great for students new to linux as well as those who want to pick up a few new things.
Update 1: I updated the Todo list with how to properly compress and extract files using tar. The trick is to make sure you're performing the actions on a directory as you probably don't want to create a tarbomb. Also I added a link to the Advaned Bash-Scripting Guide, which is a decent reference if you need to do that. As always google search stuff if you need more information as the web is excellent for linux and programming related topics.Reference Links