The city is located near the point where the German, Dutch and Belgium borders meet, giving it an international flavor.
Note on priority: Happy to see any spec change pushed to MSE v Next.
The class will be held on the campus of RWTH Aachen University.
Most weekdays, class will be held in a classroom on campus.
At the moment Chrome raises stalled if an MSE app goes 3 seconds without appending. I propose that we should not emit stalled for MSE (similar to the decision to not emit suspend for MSE in Issue 24). Raising this during an append is not as confusing as Chrome's behavior for 'stalled', but one could argue that raising progress is still confusing (given that app control the fetch) and also not useful for app developers.
Apps know when they've called append and they can clearly know the outcome/completion of that append by other events/states (e.g. I propose that we should also not bother to emit progress.
This course aims to provide a broad overview of the evolution and impact of engineering materials, starting from the prehistoric use of materials readily available in the environment through today’s manipulation of materials at the molecular and atomic level and the search for clean, sustainable materials of tomorrow.
The class will draw on historical overviews of the history of materials around the world, as well as primary sources from the 12th through the 20th centuries and studies of archaeological materials.Students will stay in a hostel walking distance from campus. 240,000) with beautiful, pedestrian city center and rich history dating back to the Roman empire.The city is bustling with students, as RWTH is the largest technical university in Germany (and one of the best).Apps may append less frequently than that and still deliver a perfect playback experience.Additionally, apps would be better served basing any network UI on the network fetch they make prior-to appending to MSE. However, for V1 MSE, append Stream() is currently marked at-risk.In the process of investigating historical materials, students will learn fundamental concepts, including extraction and processing techniques, still relevant today.