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cit255_lecture_20120109_courseIntro.docx Copyright © 2012 Ronald Erdei CIT 255 – Spring 2012 Page 1 CIT 255: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming Spring 2012 "80% of success is just showing up." -Woody Allen Announcements Objectives Course Introduction Know the URL for the course home page Know what information will be made available to use on the course web site Know how to contact the course instructor Make sure you have met the course prerequisites Know how this course fits into the rest of the CIT curriculum Know expected behavior during class Know how your final grade will be determined Review course format Know how missed quizzes are handled Know how late assignments are handled Know the difference between helping and cheating Assignments Review the contents of the course web site Read the Essentials portion of Chapter 1 in An Information Systems Approach to Object- Oriented Programming Read the Essentials portion of Chapter 2 in An Information Systems Approach to Object- Oriented Programming
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cit255_lecture_20120109_courseIntro.docx Copyright © 2012 Ronald Erdei CIT 255 – Spring 2012 Page 2 In general, only the first page of the lecture notes is posted to the course web site. On some occasions the instructor will post more detailed notes, but you are responsible for knowing the information presented in class. Course Home Page URL: www.tech.purdue.edu/cpt/courses/ cpt255 Note: Historically the department was named “Computer Technology” and frequently had a three-letter acronym of “CPT”. During the summer of 2006, the department changed its name to “Computer & Information Technology” to better reflect the name used in the business world and chose a new three-letter acronym of “CIT”. Because of quirks in the Purdue course scheduling system, CIT could not be used as the department code for course numbers and so a department code of “C&IT” was used. During the summer of 2008, Purdue changed the course scheduling system. Because the new system does not allow special characters, ampersands could not be used as part of the department code and so “CNIT” is used. So, now even though CIT is the correct acronym, you might still see CPT, C&IT, and CNIT used in
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