CCSF Home Page for Peter Wood

Welcome to my Home Page.  I am a retired instructor. I was with the CNIT department at CCSF and taught  classes on Basic Networking, Unix Networking, Apache Web Server, and the CCNA level classes of our Cisco Networking Academy.   I also sometimes taught Unix shell scripting with the CS department.  You can read a bit more on my background

In Fall 2015, I teach part-time with the Computer Science Department. For information on the classes I am teaching see the schedule links below.    

2015 Teaching Schedule 

CS160B, Unix/Linux Shell Scripting
      Syllabus       Calendar

Two Online Sections:
           Sec 831, CRN 71769, 2 units    
           Sec 832, CRN 76717, 2 units   

These short term classes start on 10/12, and end on 12/20. No required on campus meetings.

      Note: If you want to get a head start on the reading, get the Kochan book listed in the Syllabus,
      and read Chapters 1-4. You can also review the CS 160A exit skills.

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       Web:   (this web page)

       Phone:  tba

       Office Hours:   By arrangement. Online in class forums, and individually by email or Skype.    Email is the best way to reach me to setup a meeting.      

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