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ISE 208: Intermediate Programming Stony Brook University, Spring 2014 Course Description ISE 208 is an introduction to software creation including programming and system design techniques focusing on applications to business. This class introduces basic high level language programming constructs like iteration and emphasizes object-oriented programming. ISE 208 uses the Java programming language. Course Information Lecture Meeting Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 5:30–6:50 PM, in Computer Science 2120 Textbook: Introduction to Java Programming, Brief Version (9th Ed.) , by Y. Daniel Liang (Prentice Hall 2013). Course Web Site: http://www.cs.stonybrook.edu/~ise208 (includes course calendar). All course material (slides and assignments) will be posted on Blackboard. Instructor Information Instructor: Michael Tashbook Instructor Office Hours: Monday (4:15–6:30 PM) and Thursday (2:00–3:30 PM). I am also available by appoint- ment. All office hours will be held in Computer Science 1402 (next to Professor Fodor's office). E-mail: [email protected] TA and TA Office Hours: To Be Announced CodeLab All students are required to pay for access to CodeLab, which is a set of online programming exercises designed to improve their Java programming proficiency. Students will be assigned biweekly problem sets drawn from Code- Lab. To register for CodeLab, visit http://www.turingscraft.com and enroll using the section code provided in lec- ture.
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