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Don S. Bidulock

Welcome to DSB's University of Calgary web site. The purpose of this site is to provide information about Don S. Bidulock who was a Senior Instructor in the Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Science, and is now retired. A student in the Department in the period 1972 to 1979 and a faculty member in the period 1981 to 2005, I specialized in the teaching of undergraduate courses on imperative language programming (C, Pascal, Fortran), assembly language programming (PDP11, 680x0, 80x86), computer architecture, operating systems, discrete event simulation, and compilers.

Email Contact:

My previous email address dsb@ucalgary.ca can no longer be used. The IT Department at UofC has convoluted their information systems to the point where I have to jump through too many hoops to get to my webmail simply to check it. As a result I have requested that the account be deleted.

I have a number of other email addresses some less volatile than others. If you need to contact me via email try don@dsbhome.ca which uses a domain name that should exist for a long time, likely much longer than any address that some arbitrary ISP can provide since I change them through sheer frustration over levels of service.

Credentials:


My weekly Schedule after July 29, 2005 (excluding Sept. 7, 2005, my last day of employment).

In the immortal words of Douglas Adams, "so long, and thanks for all the fish".

Follow this link for DSB server migration instructions.


There are 10 types of people in this world: those who can count in binary and those who cannot.

Important message to all bit bashers: even though Oct 31 == Dec 25, Santa won't be coming on Halloween!

Entertainment for bit bashers:

Hackers

Hackers

Hacking in to the computer, or, how to be a hacker, according to Glass & Ables.

Hacking in to the computer, or, how to be a real hacker.

The Blue Mug - a classic version of a mug that used to be available in the Department.


Course Information Links:

Information & Documentation Links:

Information that was here and now appears to be gone can probably be found at my personal website.


IMHO Good Books:


Department of Computer Science
University of Calgary
Calgary, Alberta
Canada T2N 1N4
Phone: 403 220-7689 Fax: 403 284-4707


University of Calgary