FreeBSD does not automatically include a default
my.cnf for MySQL. Instead, a set of sample configuration files can be found under
/usr/local/share/mysql. These configuration files include
my-huge.cnf. The appropriate file can be copied and used as a template configuration by performing the following actions:
cp /usr/local/share/mysql/mysql-large.cnf /usr/local/etc/my.cnf
The course outline for Object-Oriented Languages and Systems is as follows:
This course will cover object-oriented languages and the systems that can be built with them. Topics include object-oriented design and analysis, including methodologies such as the CRC-card method and the Unified Modeling Language. Systems concepts, including inheritance, static and dynamic binding, and aspect-oriented programming; implementation in specific languages.
The course is being taught by Dr. Edward Gehringer. Erik Boisen, one of my co-workers from Arch Chemicals, has decided to take the course as well.
Peer reviews for the course are done through the Expertiza system.
ECE 767 turned out to be an incredibly difficult course for me, especially since I lacked the Digital Communications pre-requisite. The lack of a final project and the low weight of homeworks, areas that typically boost my grade, also hurt my final score. The material was somewhat esoteric as well, and good references were hard to come by.
- Midterm Exam, 70%
- Homework 1, 100%
- Homework 2, 100%
- Homework 3, 85%
- Homework 4, 95%
- Homework 5, 95%
- Homework 6, 55% (dropped)
- Final Exam, 75%
Final average: 77.00% (B-)
Costs: $2040 (tuition) + $117.25 (books)
Still, I scraped by with a B-, and I’ll be more cautious about selecting 700 level courses in the future.