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BIT 142: Intermediate Programming Instructor: Mike Panitz
BIT 142: Intermediate Programming2 Rules for handing stuff in You can upload as many times as you want –I only grade the most recent Hand in a complete copy each time! No late penalty until I go to grade them & find them missing. –If you don't have them done you can still upload them after class. If you're not done: I'd recommend uploading what you've got, then upload again when you get each exercise done
BIT 142: Intermediate Programming3 Due now: Lesson 01 work Lesson 01 PCEs Video Viewing Quiz XOR Video Outline –Please put both into a single.ZIP file, and upload to "PCE01“ StudentTracker has a 1 MB limit on your.ZIP file
BIT 142: Intermediate Programming4 Due next week: Lesson 02 Lesson 02 PCEs will be due 1 week from now, including the video game stuff –Get started early – it shouldn’t be difficult, but there may be technical hang-ups along the way –Hang-ups: both yours and mine Make sure to post to the discussion forum ASAP if you run into trouble! StudentTracker has a 1 MB limit on your.ZIP file –There are detailed instructions on the Lesson 02 page about what to delete to get below 1MB
BIT 142: Intermediate Programming5 Keep you eye on: A1 Homework Assignment #1 ("A1") –Not due for a while –But you can get started now –Don't forget this – it's worth a lot of points!!
Dreamspark access I'm going to send off everyone's addresses to Microsoft after this class – me ASAP if you do not want me to send your address to Microsoft Go to https://www.ctc.edu/~cascadia/wts/stuaddr/ waci203.html and update your if you haven't done so yet https://www.ctc.edu/~cascadia/wts/stuaddr/ waci203.html BIT 142: Intermediate Programming6
7 Textbook Warning Skip Section 7.13 (“Recursion”) – we’ll be doing a lot of that in BIT 143
BIT 142: Intermediate Programming8 Material For Today Lesson 01 Q + A Material for tonight: –conditional statements (if, if/else, switch) –GAME PROGRAMMING!
Nametags: Help me learn your names! Everyone take a sheet of paper Fold it into a triangle that will stay up on it’s own Write your name on one side – –Ex: Mike Panitz Collecting & returning these will help me learn your names! BIT 1439