P.Lecture - 1.15.08 - EE312 Introduction to Programming I d...

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EE312 Introduction to Programming Spring 2008 hristine Julien Christine Julien Assistant Professor c.julien@mail.utexas.edu Office: ACES 5.140 Office Hours: TTh: 11 12:30
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Introductions The Teaching Team – Instructor • Christine Julien –TA s •tbd – Graders ere are several graders helping the TAs u will • There are several graders helping the TAs you will probably not interact with them The Students –M i xed background more to report after the survey results – Interest areas ?
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Announcements •L e c t u r e slides are posted on Blackboard soon after class •R e a d the syllabus before next class – Ask questions about it in recitation sessions e a d Chapters 1 and 2 of the book • Assignment 1 is on the Blackboard (under assignments) and is due next Friday before midnight pics for today will answer the questions: Topics for today will answer the questions: –W h a t are the rules and regulations for this course? –P r e course survey: what is your previous programming experience? h a t is programming ? h a t is the relationship of high level languages to the von Neumann mputer ? computer ?
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ECE312 in Context ee316 igital Logic troduction to Digital Logic Design Introduction to Programming (In C ) Introduction to Computing e306) ee319k Intro. to icrocontrollers (ee312) e322c (ee306) •OR BME 303 Microcontrollers ee322c Data Structures n Java) (in Java)
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Goals for this class •Lea rn to use C language to solve beginner programming problems rn some elementary features and data structures available in most high level languages • Develop programming skills and ability to identify, formulate, and solve software engineering problems for small programs relatively close to the machine’s hardware/software interface. • Gain an understanding of basic software engineering principles for imperative programming in the small (in functional style) a functional style)
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High Points of Syllabus • Prerequisite: EE306 Introduction to Computing (or BME 303 for BME majors) –I f no prereq or doesn't seem prereq met, see me •You are responsible for all materials presented in class, whether you attend or not. –Ma te r ia l presented in class is often in addition to the book. • The purpose of lecture notes is to help you listen in class. They will posted on BB. equired Textbook: Programming: A Modern • Required Textbook: C Programming: A Modern Approach King ISBN 0 93 6945 Published by W W Norton & Company K . N. King, ISBN 0 393 96945 2, Published by W. W. Norton & Company.
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P.Lecture - 1.15.08 - EE312 Introduction to Programming I d...

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