The course web has a lot to read. Here is a suggestion as to where to start (and a recommended order you could look at them):
Check the Overview page to get a basic sense of what the course is going to be. https://graphics.cs.wisc.edu/Courses/559-sp2020/pages/overview/
Check the Course Pre-Requisites (should you be here?) page to get an idea of what you need to know to take this class.
Check the Books page to see what books we will use in class, and why you don’t need to buy any (but can if you want to).
Look at the Tools page to see what tools you will want to gather together to do the assignments in the class. The software page Software gives some instructions on how to install things. We recommend that you use Visual Studio Code (see Visual Studio Code (VSCode) for CS559).
The Policies page will give you a sense of the rules for how the class will operate.
Before class starts, we recommend that you:
- Have a look at the web pages above.
- Register for an account on GitHub if you don’t already have one.
- Set up the tools you will want to use for the class and try them out.
- If you’ve never used GIT before, you might want to read about it and try it out a little. See the Git and GitHub in CS559 page where I have a brief tutorial, and pointers to resources.
Other pages that you might want to look at: