I taught several classes at UTSA. Here are links to the information I distributed via the Web for these classes. If by some freakish twist of fate you are a student for a class I'm teaching or TAing, you may find these more than useful. Otherwise, I think they're pretty good for the amount of time I was able to spend preparing them (read: not much :-).

- CS 1713 Section 3, Spring 1997 (Introduction to Computer Science)

- CS 1713 Section 1, Summer 1997 (Introduction to Computer Science)

- CS 1713 Section 2, Fall 1997 (Introduction to Computer Science) Wow, I taught that one a lot. By this time, I could
have taught that class in my sleep. In fact, I did: this is about the point
where I had this dream. You know how you always have that dream where it's
time for your final exam and you haven't been attending class all semester?
Well, I started dreaming it was the end of the semester and I hadn't
been
*teaching*my class. I didn't know what they had been doing; had they turned in any projects? How was I going to grade them?

- CS 2073 Section 2, Fall 1997 (Computer Programming with Engineering Applications)

- CS 1723 Section 1T, Summer 1998 (Data Structures) and CS1721 Section 1T (Data Structures Lab)

- CS 3343 Section 1, Spring 1998 (Analysis of Algorithms) I'm interested in algorithms, so when they let me teach this I was happy. See the lecture notes for some good stuff (I hope) about algorithms.