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CS689: User Interface Tools
This is the introductory page to the Bill Cowan pages on CS689: User
Interface Tools. It describes how I (Bill Cowan) teach CS689. Since I often
choose idiosyncratic teaching methods, as much for the pleasure of
experimentation as for anything else, what is said here is not guaranteed to
apply to the course when it is taught by other instructors. In other words,
this information is given without express or implicit warranty, caveat
Specific information about recent offerings of the course, both practical
and philosophical, is compiled in the following locations.
Information that is likely to be useful for all offerings of the course is
compiled in the following locations.
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