Recent Announcements

Feb. 19, 2013, 9:57 p.m.

Statement of Accomplishment

All those who were eligible for the Statement of Accomplishment should now be able to find it at  http://class2go.stanford.edu/accounts/profile.

We apologize for the delay!

Jan. 22, 2013, 11:02 p.m.

Delay for Statements of Accomplishment

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we couldn't send the statements as soon as we initially hoped for. Don't worry, though, we're still working on them - you should receive them by January 31. We apologize for the delay!

Dec. 28, 2012, 5:31 a.m.

Guest Lectures: Amin Vahdat & Jim Kurose

We just pushed online the last two guest lectures: one by Amin Vahdat and one by Jim Kurose. We hope you enjoy them!

Dec. 9, 2012, 9:49 p.m.

Statement of Accomplishment

Dear networking students,

 

Here are the news many of you have been eagerly waiting for. After considering all your submissions, we have decided that to be eligible for a Statement of Accomplishment, you must have an aggregate score of 500 points on the two Problem Sets (this is approximately a 50% score). After considering how challenging the problem sets were, reading the message boards, and examining our goal of having the certificate represent a student has learned a great deal about networking, we believe 500 points is a good threshold. If you're above this threshold, congratulations! If not, don't worry, we will be offering the course again next year and look forward to seeing you again. Even if you didn't receive 500 points, you have a much deeper understanding of networks and the Internet, knowledge that you can use in the future.

 

We're currently in the process of preparing the Statements of Accomplishment. We are planning on sending them at the beginning of January.

 

Nick & Phil

Dec. 2, 2012, 2:39 a.m.

Problem Set 2 graded - Networking Post Course Survey - Final Screenside Chat

We have finished grading Problem Set #2. You should be able to access your grade on the exam page:

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/exams

 

We will be sending you more information soon about the exam statistics, and the minimum score for receiving a Statement of Accomplishment.

 

In the meantime, if you have not done it yet, we encourage you again to complete the post-course survey:

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/surveys/networking_post_course_survey

 

And finally, don't forget to check out the final Screenside Chat! (we apologize for the audio issues - we hope to make the subtitles live soon)

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/videos/screenside_chat_week_6

Nov. 28, 2012, 8:52 p.m.

Smaller versions of Vint Cerf and Matt Welsh lectures

We just uploaded smaller versions of the Vint Cerf and Matt Welsh guest lectures (~200 Mb). As a consequence, the large versions are not available anymore - we're working on the issue.

Nov. 27, 2012, 11:16 p.m.

Submission problems for Problem Set 2

Dear networking students,

 

Some of you may have been experiencing technical difficulties while submitting your answers to Problem Set 2. You may have tried to submit your answers, but no confirmation would appear and your submission history would not be updated.

 

If this is the case, please send an email to c2g-techsupport@class.stanford.edu by Thursday, November 29, 5:00pm PST, with "Problem Set 2 Submission Issue" as the object of the email, and your Class-to-Go user ID in the body of the email.

 

We apologize for the inconvenience.

 

Nick & Phil

Nov. 21, 2012, 10:57 p.m.

Guest Lectures: Vint Cerf & Matt Welsh

Two new guest lectures are available for you this week.

 

The first one is from Matt Welsh, former professor at Harvard University and now researcher at Google. This is the place to go for all of you who are wondering about how we could make the mobile Internet faster.

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/videos/guest_lec_matt_welsh

 

The second one is from Vint Cerf, recognized as one of the "fathers of the Internet", currently president of the ACM and "Chief Internet Evangelist" at Google. Don't miss that opportunity of hearing a living legend talk about reinventing the Internet!

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/videos/guest_lec_vint_cerf

Nov. 21, 2012, 7:33 a.m.

Problem Set 1 Regrading

Thanks for your patience while we corrected the grading for Problem Set 1. Regrading is now complete. Note that your final score shouldn't be lower than your original score.

 

Here are some statistics:

- average score: 191.3

- median score: 194

- maximum score: 450

- total number of scores: 2318

Nov. 20, 2012, 9:33 a.m.

Networking Post Course Survey

As we're getting near the end of this course, we would really appreciate if you could give us your feedback by completing the following online survey:

http://class.stanford.edu/networking/Fall2012/surveys/networking_post_course_survey

 

All your remarks and suggestions will be of great help to improve this course for next offerings.

 

Thanks,

 

- Phil & Nick