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Category: Computer Engineering

OXE Tutoring for ChBE 2100 hours

We are happy to announce that OXE ChBE 2100 tutoring is back! Tutoring will be every Tuesday from 6-7pm and Thursday from 7-8pm in Ford EST L1175. The tutoring sessions will consist of time to see various examples worked and to go over homework questions. If you have any questions please contact us at oxegeorgiatech@gmail.com If you would like to get involved with OXE or help with tutoring fill out the following form https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1s2qVa11R11n-PJkQ2Z9cRqYuzmA0M3losWPddrEuOOo/viewform or send an email to oxegeorgiatech@gmail.com…

ChBE UGrads @ GaTech: Variable Hour Courses/Research

So, you are planning to do research this semester, and you have turned in your signed approval form from your professor.  You receive the email notification that you can now register for the course. WARNING WARNING WARNING When you register for a variable hour course (i.e. research), the registration will default to 1 hour; it is your responsibility to change the hours based on the agreement you have made with your supervising professor.  Your advisor CANNOT change the hours for…

Build in the Cloud: Distributing Build Outputs

This is the fourth in a four part series describing how we use the cloud to scale building and testing of software at Google. This series elaborates on a presentation given during the Pre-GTAC 2010 event in Hyderabad. To get a sense of the scale and details on the types of problems we are solving in Engineering Tools at Google take a look at this post. In the previous post, we saw how distributing build load across many machines and…

Trying on the new Dynamic Views from Blogger

As you may have noticed, the Engineering Tools blog looks a lot different today. That’s because we—along with a few other Google blogs—are trying out a new set of Blogger templates called Dynamic Views. Launched today, Dynamic Views is a unique browsing experience that makes it easier and faster for readers to explore blogs in interactive ways. We’re using the Classic view, but you can also preview this blog in any of the other six new views by using the…

Build in the Cloud: Accessing Source Code

This is the first in a four part series describing how we use the cloud to scale building and testing of software at Google. This series elaborates on a presentation given during the Pre-GTAC 2010 event in Hyderabad. Please see our first post for more details on the types of problems we are solving in Engineering Tools at Google. Much of our day-to-day activities as software engineers involves source code. When we join a project one of the first things…

Testing at the speed and scale of Google

Continuous integration systems play a crucial role in keeping software working while it is being developed. The basic steps most continuous integration systems follow are: 1. Get the latest copy of the code. 2. Run all tests. 3. Report results. 4. Repeat 1-3. This works great while the codebase is small, code flux is reasonable and tests are fast. As a codebase grows over time, the effectiveness of such a system decreases. As more code is added, each clean run…