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01overview_3014 - Lecture File 01 COP 3014 Sunday COP 3014...

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Lecture File 01 COP 3014 Sunday, August 22, 2010 A. Ford Tyson 1 COP 3014 Fall Term 2010 Lecture File 01 ± First topic: Course Overview and Administration 1 ± Next: We will start on course material as time permits ± Instructor: Prof. A. Ford Tyson Copyright 1997-present, Ann Ford Tyson Introduction and Welcome to COP 3014 ± Handout: Course Syllabus – available online from class Blackboard site – print a copy from the site – read it carefully course administration requirements 2 – course administration, requirements – reading assignments – assignment due dates and exam dates ± What the course is and is not about ± We will discuss some course policies today, but it is critical to read this handout completely so that you do not lose course points for not following course requirements Major and Non-Major C++ ± This course is for computer science or related majors (e.g. math, science, engineering, etc.) and will use C++ as the teaching language 3 ± CGS 3406 is the intro C++ course for non-majors ± Nonmajors: If you are not in a STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) field, and not required to take COP 3330, you should most likely switch to CGS 3406; talk to your advisor first!
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Lecture File 01 COP 3014 Sunday, August 22, 2010 A. Ford Tyson 2 Potential Automatic Drops ± If you have not finished the math pre-requisite with a C- grade or higher (MAC 1140 or 2311 or 2233) ± If you are in the majors course but you are not a CS/Engineering/Math/Physical Science or other 4 CS/Engineering/Math/Physical Science or other related major ± If you do not sign the first day attendance sheet ± if you need to switch courses this will NOT be automatic, you will have to re-register yourself General Information p.1 ± Course Instructor –Prof. A. Ford Tyson ± TA/Recitation Instructor Names: on web site 5 ± Class Blackboard Web Site https://campus.fsu.edu/webapps/login the web site is an integral part of the course General Information p. 2 ± Required Textbooks – Starting Out with C++: From Control Structures through Objects Tony Gaddis, 6th Edition, Addison Wesley 6 Publishers, 2009 ISBN 0-321-54588-5 (WHITE/BROWN cover) – Practical Debugging in C++ Ann Ford Tyson, Toby Teorey, Gary Tyson, 2nd Edition, Pearson Custom Publishing, 2007 ISBN 0-536-43844-7 (ORANGE cover w/frog)
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Lecture File 01 COP 3014 Sunday, August 22, 2010 A. Ford Tyson 3 General Information p. 3 ± Course materials will typically be made available via the web site and/or e-mail ± Blackboard will be used to send email to the class and reading the email sent to this group is mandatory
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