||[Dec. 2nd, 2003|08:04 pm]
Chris, you obsessively save stuff, right?|
You don't happen to have a syllabus from EE383 lying around, do you?
It might have been called ECE383, too. I can't remember.
Sheesh, I guess it's possible. How soon do you need it?
It was Microcomputers. That bitch-ass hard class that you, Scott and I did that processor design project in. And the class where I implemented a bubble sort using said processor's limited instruction set.
Anyways, I need to find a syllabus to prove to UT that it's equivalent to Computer Architecture... And wouldn't you know it, there's not a syllabus for it to be found online. I don't really expect you to have it, but I figured there was an off chance.
do you need a syllabus or just a course description? if a course description works call their registrar's office.
The UT advisor lady said syllabus. I sent her a link to the course description. We'll see if that works.
Can you contact the professor?
2003-12-03 05:09 pm (UTC)
Who's your DADDY!? :)
I think we probably took it around then, no?
2003-12-03 10:41 pm (UTC)
Re: Who's your DADDY!? :)
That's awesome. Looking at the syllabus, I think I got my classes all screwed up in my head. 383 was the one we spent a lot of time doing assembly language in, I think.. and ECE480 was the big project one, where we had Professor Pimmel, the curmudgeony old man. Between the two of those, I'd say I definitely learned about computer architecture.
2003-12-03 10:18 am (UTC)
If you end up having to take Computer Architecture at UT
Take it with Burger. Best damn prof I had in college.