About Me

Hello! Thanks for checking out my supplemental page for CS 61A Fall 2020. I will post slides, worksheets, and any other material I use during my sections.

My name is Jemmy and I am a fourth year Computer Science major from the Bay Area (Fremont!). Taking AP Computer Science during my senior year of high school sparked my interested in computer science. I thought I had a decent understanding of the core CS concepts at the time, but while taking CS 61A, I quickly realized there was a LOT of fundamentals I have never even heard of. While CS 61A is definitely a challenging class, the myriad of skills introduced definitely make the journey worth it. And I'm here to help!

Since Spring 2018, I Academic Interned for 1 semester, Tutored for 5 semester, and TA-ed for 1 semester. While this isn't my first rodeo when it comes to teaching CS 61A, this will be the first time teaching large sections in an online format. I will likely spend the first few sections adjusting to find the best way to hold these sections, and I would love to hear any suggestions/feedback from everyone! Please send me a message here .

P.S. There's some really cool projects, like making a type racer and coding a similar game to Plants vs. Zombies!

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Contact

Email (jemmyzhou)

Please add (@berkeley.edu) to the end of my email. I will do my best to reply to all emails within 24 hours. If you do not receive a response within 24 hours, please send me a follow-up. If this is an emergency, please add [EMERGENCY] to the heading.

One-On-Ones

If at any point in the course you wish to meet up with me one-on-one, please send me an email. In addition, include the time(s) you are available and I will do my best to work out a time that works for both of us. Remember, these sessions do not necessarily have to be about the course material or such; you can come talk to me about the process for declaring CS, or other interesting classes to take.

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