These notes are works in progress
and are likely to change during the Spring 2021 semester
as I teach the course, get feedback, and fix errors.
I am also adding more examples as I figure out what's helpful.
Consequently it's always worth checking back and reloading.
CMSC351: Python Code
This is not necessary for the course, just for people who are interested.
This is personal stuff people have expressed interest in.
A small Python package containing simple functions to execute
commands on Coinbase via the API.
Use these at your own risk once you have an API key since they
execute real trades and so if you spend all your monies it's your
own fault. LOL but not.
Monitors the mid-market price every second
and records the change,
then uses Kadane's Algorithm to serve up the maximum contiguous sum
within the most recent 60-second period.
Note: You will need to get your own Coinbase API key and insert it
into the code.
CMSC250: Some Old and Perhaps Relevant Notes
Program Verification and Loop Invariants
Fall 2020 Canvas The modules link on the left will take you to
videos, or you can look at the various Zoom videos.