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1 EE312 Introduction to Programming Spring 2010 Unique #s: 15920-16005 Herb Krasner Senior Lecturer in Software Engineering [email protected] Office: ENS 423 Office Hours: MWF, 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
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