Exercise 1 : Hello World
This exercise does not require that you use the machines at the real-time lab. However, the C code uses POSIX, so you'll need a POSIX-compliant OS, like linux or OSX.
- Part 1: Thinking about elevators
- Part 2: Set up source control and build tools
- Part 3: Reasons for concurrency and parallelism
- Part 4: Finally some code
When asking for approval, make sure to prepare the following.
- Part 3:
- The modified file with answers filled in. You should open it at github or some other place where the markdown will be rendered nicely.
- Part 4:
- The RESULT.md file where you have written a couple of sentances explaining the result you get. (HINT: You're suppose to discover some weirdness, and you might have to run your program several times to trigger it).
- A terminal where you can run your code while the student assistant is watching.