About this site

The course mainpage is based on a way of drawing computer code called the Unified Modeling Language (UML), specifically the UML activity diagram, which is a way of drawing the flow of a program. In actual fact, it's not a terribly great diagram for the course, as you'd struggle to do the lectures and practicals with true concurrency -- but you get the idea.


We're delighted to acknowledge the following sources for materials:

Graph paper background and taped note adapted from FreePSDFiles.Net.

PostIt-style CSS from Mike Ilsley.

CSS reset from Eric Meyer.


All other teaching materials are copyright the authors / University of Leeds. The teaching materials are freely available for use from within this site, other than by commercial training companies or corporate training groups. Code examples are free for non-commercial use, but an attribution is always welcome if the code is especially fabulous and we're, like, your new BFF for sorting it out. For more info, contact Andy.