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COP 2800 Java Programming1

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COP 2800 Java Programming Jerry Reed First Meeting
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Agenda Roll Syllabus, policies Introductions Structure of the course Getting into Blackboard 9 (BB9) Learning Objectives Tools Thinking about classes and objects (L5)
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Rollcall – and Attendance Policy It is important to be here as much as you possibly can. (Students who miss a lot of classes tend not to do well). I understand that Life happens… It is important to log into BB9 and do the on-line portion of the course. (It’s a hybrid) Use e-mail to get in touch with me, phone if necessary
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High Points of the Syllabus Textbook Rules and Regs of the class and the college Included by reference – Learning Objectives/Outcomes
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Introductions About me… About you – please let us know: your name, how long you’ve been at Valencia, any prior programming experience/languages and why you’re taking the course
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Course Structure Readings Quizzes Projects Final Hands-on exercises in class (not graded)
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Unformatted text preview: • Mini-lectures Logging into BB9 • Can get there from Atlas: – http://atlas.valenciacc.edu/ – My Courses tab – This course – Click the big button • Or – http://learn.valenciacc.edu/ • Use Atlas credentials (username/pin) Learning Objectives • Let’s open the Learning Objectives document from BB9 • Review the list of topics we’ll cover (and hopefully master) • Review the links available for each topic • This is tied to the first project. Tools • For now, Processing – http://processing.org • Later, Eclipse – http://eclipse.org • Processing is a pre-processor that simplifies Java by providing a functional (as opposed to an OO) interface to graphical methods. • We’ll use Processing to ease our transition to OO – you can write Java, including Thinking about Classes and Objects • Let’s look at an OO example in Processing…...
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