Modified 2017-10-16 by hchengwang
This is the first time that a class is taught jointly across 3 continents!
There are 4 universities involved in the joint teaching for the term:
This part of the Duckiebook describes all the information that is needed by the students of the four institutions.
At ETHZ, UdeM, TTIC, the class will be more-or-less synchronized. The materials are the same; there is some slight variation in the ordering.
Moreover, there will be some common groups for the projects.
The NCTU class is undergraduate level. Students will learn slightly simplified materials. They will not collaborate directly with the other classes.
Modified 2017-09-07 by Andrea Censi
The first rule of Duckietown
The first rule of Duckietown is: you don’t talk about Duckietown, using email.
Instead, we use a communication platform called Slack.
There is one exception: inquiries about “meta” level issues, such as course enrollment and other official bureaucratic issues can be communicated via email.
The second rule of Duckietown
The second rule of Duckietown is: be kind and respectful, and have fun.
The third rule of Duckietown
The third rule of Duckietown is: read the instructions carefully.
Do not blindly copy and paste.
Only run a command if you know what it does.
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