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Lecture01 - CS110 Introduction to Computing(Java Bob Wilson...

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1 CS110 Introduction to Computing (Java) Bob Wilson [email protected] S-3-071
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2 CS110 vs CSIT114/CSIT115 Two tracks for starting CS curriculum at UMB CS110 is a traditional one semester introduction to computer science and Java programming CSIT114 and CSIT115 are a new two semester sequence covering the same material (similar to the first two CS courses at a community college) Decide which track is correct for you Some experience with programming CS110 Otherwise, consider CSIT114 and CSIT115
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3 Welcome to CS110 What is the purpose of this course for you? It will get you started in your education as a computer programmer (or “software engineer”) What is the value of this course? This course provides the knowledge for you to understand and use a computer programming language to write software for the first time
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4 Welcome to CS110 Textbook is Lewis and Loftus, Java Software Solutions, Foundations of Program Design, 4 th Ed. The course syllabus is on my CS110 website: http://www.cs.umb.edu/~bobw/CS110/index.html We’ll go through the syllabus now Please fill out the form on my CS110 website Provide information about your background Get your login id assigned for turning in HW Do it today! I recommend that you print copies of my lecture notes from the web and bring them to each class
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5 Course Procedures Two lecture sessions each week Held in this classroom Slides and demonstrations, but no hands-on One lab session each week In one of the Healey Library General Use Labs
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