IS 590SC Introduction to Command Line Tools

This class will provide an overview of the history and commonly offered command line interfaces and essential shell scripting tools. These approaches will be extended to cover common version control tools, including git and GitHub, their value, and how to appropriately organize a project within them

Scheduled Offerings

  • Spring 2020

    • IS590SC
      Mon/Wed/Fri, 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
      Room 242
      On-Campus
      This class will provide an overview of the history and commonly offered command line interfaces and essential shell scripting tools. These approaches will be extended to cover common version control tools, including git and GitHub, their value, and how to appropriately organize a project within them. We will also review how to submit projects to the Illinois Campus Cluster tool, and touch on situations where it may be valuable to do so. Pre- and Co-requisites: Some programming experience is required, either demonstrated via previous experience or having completed IS 452. Prior IS 452 enrollment or testing out of is recommended. Concurrent enrollment within IS 452 may be acceptable with instructor approval, wickes1@illinois.edu HYBRID course taught with IS 590 SCO
      Instructor
      Elizabeth Wickes
      CRN
      70569
      Length
      4 weeks
      Credit hours
      1
    • IS590SCO
      Mon/Wed/Fri, 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm
      Online
      This class will provide an overview of the history and commonly offered command line interfaces and essential shell scripting tools. These approaches will be extended to cover common version control tools, including git and GitHub, their value, and how to appropriately organize a project within them. We will also review how to submit projects to the Illinois Campus Cluster tool, and touch on situations where it may be valuable to do so. Pre- and Co-requisites: Some programming experience is required, either demonstrated via previous experience or having completed IS 452. Prior IS 452 enrollment or testing out of is recommended. Concurrent enrollment within IS 452 may be acceptable with instructor approval, wickes1@illinois.edu HYBRID course taught with IS 590 SC
      Instructor
      Elizabeth Wickes
      CRN
      70571
      Length
      4 weeks
      Credit hours
      1
  • Fall 2019

    • IS590SCL
      Wed, 9:00 am - 11:50 am
      Room 242
      On-Campus
      This class will provide an overview of the history and commonly offered command line interfaces and essential shell scripting tools. These approaches will be extended to cover common version control tools, including git and GitHub, their value, and how to appropriately organize a project within them. We will also review how to submit projects to the Illinois Campus Cluster tool, and touch on situations where it may be valuable to do so. Pre- and Co-requisites: Some programming experience is required, either demonstrated via previous experience or having completed IS 452. Prior IS 452 enrollment or testing out of is recommended. Concurrent enrollment within IS 452 may be acceptable with instructor approval, wickes1@illinois.edu
      Instructor
      Elizabeth Wickes
      CRN
      72422
      Length
      5 weeks
      Credit hours
      1

Textbooks and Course Materials

Available from the Illinois Union Bookstore (IUB).