This is Kirk Scott's home page at the University of Alaska Anchorage

 

This is the Android Project Home Page:http://math.uaa.alaska.edu/~android

 

Android Project Source Materials

 

Initial Flash Card Maker Stuff

 

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Fun (?) in CSCE 202.A Diet Coke and mint Mentos geyser.

Included at the suggestion of students:

 

Click on this link for a spooky Halloween picture.

 

 

Click on the Black-footed Computer Ferret if you'd like to go to the Russian Java textbook page.

 

Kirk Scott, Spring of 2017

 

Office:ECB 308D

Phone:786-4820

Email:This is my UAA address:kascott@alaska.edu.

This is my personal address: kirk_scott@yahoo.com.You may try this address if the UAA address doesn't seem to be working.

Home Page: http://math.uaa.alaska.edu/~afkas/

Here are my office hours and teaching schedule for Spring Semester of 2017:  

Time\Day

M

T

W

Th

F

8:30-††††† 9:45

Not likely to be in

Not likely to be in

Not likely to be in

Not likely to be in

Not likely to be in

10:00-11:15

☻♫

☻♫

☻♫

☻♫

Not likely to be in

11:30-12:45

CSCE 222 Ras. H. 316

CSCE 302 ESH 101

CSCE 222 Ras. H. 316

CSCE 302 ESH 101

☻♫

1:00-††††† 2:15

lunch

lunch

lunch

lunch

lunch

2:30-††††† 3:45

♫ Office

☻♫

♫ Office

☻♫

☻♫

4:00-††††† 5:15

CSCE 360 ECB 203

Possibly not in

CSCE 360 ECB 203

Possibly not in

Not likely to be in

5:30-††††† 7:00

Not In

Not In

Not In

Not In

Not In

♫ = These are my officially posted office hours.

☻♫ = If you would like to see me at one of these times you can drop by and see if Iím around or make an appointment.

You can also make an appointment for earlier in the morning or in the evening if necessary.

If you can't see me in person, the best way of getting a hold of me is by email.The UAA address is preferable for school business.If that system seems to be down, you can use my personal email address as a backup.

If you call and I am in the office and not busy with a live human being I will answer.If I don't answer, you can leave a phone message and I will eventually get around to listening to it.However, if possible, you should send email.I check email more often than I check my phone messages.

 

Here are the links to the Web pages for classes this semester:

csce222.htm Object-Oriented Programming I

csce302.htm Object-Oriented Programming II

csce360.htm Database Management Systems

SQL.htm This is the SQL home page, which is referred to by CS 109 SQL and CS 360.

 

Here are some links to web pages for classes that I'm not currently teaching:

cs109sql.htm SQL

cs109unix.htm Selected Computer Languages (UNIX)

cs109java.htm Computer Programming, Java

cs201.htm Programming Concepts I

cs207.htm C Programming

cs303.htm Object-Oriented Programming

cs331.htm Programming Language Concepts

cs431.htm Compilers

cs413.htm Computer and Data Security

cs320.htm Operating Systems

csce305.htm Android Programming

csce462.htm Data Mining