Jon Riehl


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Jonathan Riehl
Office: Hinds 024A (Under the pipes, through the secret exit of the dungeon, last door in the hallway, hiding behind a desk.)
Phone: Too far away to see...

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  • Fall 2002: I was the TA for Advanced Operating Systems (in space.) Office hours were when I was in the systems lab.
  • Winter 2003: I was the TA for CSPP 52551. Office hours were by appointment.
  • Spring 2003: I was the TA for CMSC 15300 - Foundations of Software. I had office hours?
  • Fall 2003: I was a co-TA and led one of the lab sections for CMSC 23700 - Introduction to Computer Graphics. Specifically, I was in the MacLab on Tuesdays, 3-4:20PM. Office hours have been retroactively classified by fiat of the Department of Homeland Security.
  • Winter 2004: I was a co-TA for CMSC 23000/33000 - Operating Systems. My hours were special, but are of no interest any longer. However, I also wrote some snazzy style guidelines that the OS students were more than happy to ignore.
  • Spring 2004: I was a co-TA for CMSC 22200/32200 - Computer Architecture. Alas, those happy office hours spent in the MacLab are behind me.
  • Summer 2004: I was lucky enough to be teaching CSPP 50101 - Introduction to Programming. If you want to know more, about what happened, follow the link!
  • Fall 2004 - Spring 2005: I'm sure I was a TA of something, including ICS in Fall 2004, and OS in Winter 2005, but those days have faded into the background of my now many years here.
  • Fall 2005: I have been working for techstaff. I had help desk hours, not office hours.
  • Winter 2006: I was back in the operating systems game. I had office hours are in the Maclab from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM on Tuesdays, and from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM on Thursdays.
  • Winter 2008: I am teaching the lab for Introduction to Computer Graphics. Lab meets in the MacLab on Wednesdays from 3:30 PM until 4:50 PM. Additionally, I hold office hours in the MacLab from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM on Tuesdays, and from 1:30 to 3:30 PM on Wednesdays (two hours before lab meets).

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