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>> David Malan: All right. Welcome back to CS 50. This is the end of week nine and believe it or not we have but three lectures left. So there's today, there's Monday which will be our final new material. The next Wednesday is a holiday. The Monday thereafter will be a slate of guest lectures by other CS faculty. We'll be talking a little bit about the courses you can take after 50 and what more there is outside of this particular course. After that we have the quiz. Then we have the week of Thanksgiving. Our final lecture that Monday and then that's it. No lectures after Thanksgiving. I know. So sad for us CS 50. So hopefully my voice will carry us through this lecture. I actually feel fine but my voice kind of trailed off at the end of Monday and hasn't really come back so I'll try to get us through a few announcements here. The first of which is your pre-proposals for the final project is due this Monday by email 11 AM. Realize it's meant to be a pretty casual thing where you really just touch base with your teaching fellow and let him or her know what you're thinking. So look at the PDF that's on the course's website under final project for the directions there. We've added to the course's roster of seminars one other so Apple Computer, Inc. is actually going to send one of their own trainers to campus to meet with any number of you who would like. We've listed it here. It's called Software Development for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The date and time will be posted there. You can still RSVP via the course's website and here and this is meant to be a supplement to the seminar that our own teaching fellows will already be holding a week or so prior. So realize that's now on the agenda and also if you haven't taken advantage of these yet by all means curl up with one of the videos from years past or this year or drop by in person and they're meant to seed you with ideas for your own final project. We have dinner probably the last dinner given how quickly term is ending this year will be tonight in Mather. There's still time to RSVP at that URL 6 PM. You'll meet a couple of other CS faculty who will be there to have casual chitchat. Mather's masters will be in attendance as well as some TF's, myself and some CAs. So, Halloween is behind us and I was emailed by one of the course's teaching fellows who delighted and we delighted in her choice of costume for this particular Halloween. She, our own Rose, went as a wall cat so here's is our own Rose but what's funnier when she sent me these photos and she gave us her blessing to reveal her costume, was that what did she have to eat that day? Well she indeed had a cheeseburger while dressed as such so congrats on that particular costume. Alright. So it keeps coming as sort of a surprise to us that some students are surprised that we actually have software available on the course's website which I'll visit on this one here. Among the juicy opportunities here a lot of it, most of it is actually freely available software but thanks to some friends that we have in industry, Microsoft, VMware and others. You can actually download for instance Windows 7 so those of you with PCs who would actually like to get the hell out of Vista and start putting Windows 7 on your computer it is now available there. Just follow those directions but more exciting than that is a project that our own Yuhki Yamashita's been working on. Oops, just spoiled it.