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Re: [vox] Linux users at ARC (American River College) ?



On Monday 07 April 2003 11:07 am, Richard Burkhart wrote:
> ARC offers those linux/unix courses split into 1/2s - 14A and 14B.
>
> Mr. Antos is teaching Unix scripting - 14B - at the ARC sattelite office on
> Ethan Way.  I know, because I'm taking it there.  They WERE going to offer
> another 14B session at ARC, taught by Steve Magee (the guy I took 14A with
> - UNIX guy with the Air Resources Board) - but thanks to our wonderful
> budget shortfalls, all classes but Antos' got killed.
>
> So far (2nd week in) I'm liking the class.  Thanks to two, maybe three 14-A
> courses feeding into his, each with different textbooks, this is the first
> class I've ever been in where the instructor doesn't require a specific
> book on bash scripting ... just so long as you have *A* book on bash. 
> (Fill out the rest with other resources ... and MAN pages ... and ...
> and...)


I guess I'm curious about the granularity of this course.  What sort of stuff 
are you guys doing?  Just bash(and builtins) or all of the other commands 
(stuff like awk, sed, cut, sort, etc) ?  And what sort of difficulty in 
scripts?  I realize that only 2 weeks in, you probably don't have an exact 
idea, but any info would be appreciated... 

Mike

> > -----Original Message-----
>
>  (SNIP!)
>
> > I am taking C at ARC. My instructor, D. Antos also teaches a Linux
> > course. He has worked at a number of telecoms over the years and from
> > what I have seen, has done his share of Unix programming. He has a good
> > way of presenting C. I don't know what his Linux course is like, but I
> > would imagine that it is probably good.
> >
> > ARC offers a nine week half semester Linux course. It doesn't appear
> > that professor Antos is teaching it this second half. Here's the excerpt
> > from their online course catalog.
> >
> > http://www.losrios.edu/arc/spring/Computer-Information-Science-CIS.htm
> > Schedule: Nine Week - Second, Mar 24-May 30
> >
> > Linux/UNIX
> > MW           04:00PM-04:50PM   LEC   C.Chapek             Rm 125
> > 17626
> > MW           05:00PM-05:50PM   LAB   TBA                  TBA TBA
> >
> > Here's an interesting thing. While at Cal Poly ten years ago, one of the
> > guys I went to school with was one of the main people who was on the HPV
> > team who designed and built the bike that is hanging in the library.
> >
> > brian
> > --
> > Brian Lavender
> > http://www.brie.com/brian/
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