In the fall of 2005 I will be teaching the course CIS 786-105, ``Advanced Networking''.
It will meet Thursdays 6:00 pm - 9:05 pm in Kupfrian Hall 100

Prerequisite: Strong performance in CIS 656, or equivalent.

Students will learn to make modifications to the Linux Kernel (see below).
The Linux Kernel is written in C. Knowledge of C is desirable, but students competent in
either C++ or Java should have no problem picking up the necessary knowledge of C.

In this course:

The course will be similar to, but of course far from identical to, the
Advanced Networking course, fall 2004, and the QoS course, fall 2002.
Students are encouraged to visit the web pages for those courses.