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BIT 142: Intermediate Programming Instructor: Mike Panitz (email@example.com)
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 email addresses to Microsoft after this class –Email me ASAP if you do not want me to send your email address to Microsoft Go to https://www.ctc.edu/~cascadia/wts/stuaddr/ waci203.html and update your email 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