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Unformatted text preview: 12/4/09 Click to edit Master subtitle style Welcome to MGMT 29000 Programming for Business Applications Matthew Hashim 8/25/2009 11 MGMT 29000 12/4/09 Goals for Today n Introductions and expectations n A bit about programming in general n Meet Alice 22 MGMT 29000 MGMT 29000 12/4/09 Introductions n A bit about me n A bit about you n Lets discuss the syllabus 33 MGMT 29000 MGMT 29000 12/4/09 A few notes about class expectations n I expect you to read each chapter before class. n Working ahead is allowed and even encouraged, but at the very least you need to keep up with the readings and examples in the text. MGMT 29000 44 MGMT 29000 12/4/09 Expectations, continued. n When I am speaking to the class, I need you to stop what you are doing and pay attention to me. I will allow plenty of time to work hands-on with the software. n Refrain from multi-tasking during class. That means put cell phones on off or silent, no texting, IMing, emailing, WWW surfing, or working on assignments for other classes during class....
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