lecture01-jan20 - Introductions EE312 Introduction to...

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1 EE312 Introduction to Programming Spring 2010 Unique #s: 15920-16005 Herb Krasner Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering hkrasner@ece.utexas.edu OfFce: ENS 423 OfFce Hours: MW±, 9:55-10:55am, or by appointment Introductions The Teaching Team Instructor • Professor Herb Krasner TAs • 9 TA’s all support this course – but your TA runs your unique section and is the keeper of your grades what’s your unique section #? • TA office hours will be posted on the class BB page this weekend – Held in ENS 307 » bring your program on a laptop or flash The Students – Mixed levels – The course assumes no programming background – More to report after the survey results are in L1 Announcements • These lecture slides are posted on the course Blackboard (BB) page soon after class meets • Read the syllabus for end of the week – It is on the course Blackboard page • http://www.utexas.edu/academic/blackboard/ – Ask questions about it in recitation sessions • Read Chapters 1 and 2 of the book • Assignment 1 will be on the Blackboard today (under assignments) and is due next Thursday before midnight • Topics for today will answer the questions: – What are the rules and regulations for this course? – Pre-course survey: what is your previous programming experience? – What is programming ? ECE312 in Context Introductory Programming (In C ) (ee312) ee322c Data Structures (in Java) Introduction to Computing (ee306, or BME 303) ee319k Intro. to Microcontrollers ee316 Digital Logic Design Other useful pursuits in programming BME 314,113L,311 EE422 X Goals for this class To learn how to use the C programming language to solve beginner programming problems To learn about some of the elementary features and data structures available in most high-level languages To help develop your programming skills and abilities to identify, formulate, and solve software engineering problems for small programs that are relatively close to the machine’s hardware/software interface To develop your ability to use techniques, skills and modern
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This note was uploaded on 03/15/2010 for the course EE 16005 taught by Professor Krasner during the Spring '10 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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