Coursework

CMPS 107: Open-Source Programming

This course was first taught in Winter 2016 by Carlos Maltzahn, with Andrew Shewmaker as teaching assistant and author of the syllabus, for which Andrew received a 2015 Chancellor’s Graduate Student  Teaching Fellowship. The class earned the instructor and the teaching assistant Excellence in Teaching Awards that year. This course teaches students how to get successfully involved in the Linux kernel community and includes guest speakers from industry and the open-source software community. This course is offered once a year at UCSC, and is telecast to the UCSC Silicon Valley Campus and the Los Alamos National Laboratory.