OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING I LECTURE 1 GEORGE KOUTSOGIANNAKIS
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1 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING I LECTURE 1 GEORGE KOUTSOGIANNAKIS CS 115OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING ILECTURE 1GEORGE KOUTSOGIANNAKISCopyright: FALL 2014 Illinois Institute of Technology/ George Koutsogiannakis
2 COURSE INFORMATION -Instructor George KoutsogiannakisOffice: SB214Office Hours:Mondays and Wednesdays11:20 .a.m. – 1:40 p..m.Feel free to walk in without an appointment!You can me any time. I will answer within 24 hours maximum.
3 COURSE INFORMATION -Instructor Other contact meansYou can call me on my office phone :(although I prefer an ).In special cases we can make appointments outside the office hours time frame as needed. Evenings on Mondays or Wednesdays for instance is a good time to meet.Sometimes right after the class is over is a good time to answer short questions or resolve minor problems.
4 COURSE INFORMATION -Instructor PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU MEET WITH ME EARLY ENOUGH IN THE COURSE IF YOU NEED HELP!!My job is to help you understand the topics and pass the exams. If there is an issue BRING IT UP TO ME.
5 COURSE INFORMATION -Teaching Assistants and course help Try to maintain the same seat and computer STATION through out the Semester (it facilitates your recognition by name).The TAs grade the Lab assignments only. I grade everything else. TAs are assigned students, therefore the same TA grades your lab assignments thoughout the Semester.Another source for help, besides myself and the Tas, is the ARC (Academic Resource Center). They could have assistants there who can give you some help with some of the homework assignments.Hermann Hall Building-First Floor
6 COURSE INFORMATION -TEXT JAVA ILLUMINATED- An Active Learning ApproachBy Julie Anderson and Herve FranceschiJones and Bartlett Publishers.Third EditionBRING THE TEXT TO CLASS !!SOMETIMES EXERCISES FROM THE TEXT ARE ASSIGNED for practice in class.
7 COURSE INFORMATION -Web site COURSE WEB SITE:Use it to get :Instructor’ s office hoursTAs (teaching assistants) office hours.Access to extra credit exercisesAccess to laboratoriesAccess to the lecture presentationsInformation on grading policies.Information on upcoming quizzes and examinations.
8 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work All work assignments in this course are to be uploaded on Blackboard.If you don’t know how to use Blackboard one of the Teaching Assistants or myself can help you.Files should be zipped (ask one of us to help you out with compressing files using zip. DO NOT use RAR!!)You should name the zipped file asyourFirstNameLastNameAssignment#.zipi.e. JohnDoePracticeExercise1.zip orJohnDoeLab1.zip
9 COURSE INFORMATION -Blackboard submission You can use Blackboard to:View your grades.Submission of assignments:Go to your blackboard account then click on informationChoose assignment that you are submitting.Only one submission is allowed per assignment. In case of errors you have to me so that I can approve a deletion and a resubmission.Zip the files that you are submitting by:Select files (or folders ) to be submittedRight click the mouse and choose :sent to->Compressed (zipped) folder.
10 COURSE INFORMATION -Blackboard submission Be careful to submit under the assignment assignment.Most common error: submitting an extra credit exercise under a lab assignment and vice versa.
11 Course Work Extra Credit Exercises- 8. Laboratories – 9 labs Tests- 2 quizzes a midterm and a final exam.Project
12 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work Extra Credit Practice Exercises:Done during class time.See schedule page on web site.No grade issued until the end of the Semester.They should be uploaded on Blackboard by the end of the class period after either the instructor or your TA has checked it for accuracy.
13 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work There are 8 practice exercises. Submitting correctly 5 or more at the due time (end of class period) entitles you to 5 extra points awarded at the end of semester.Late submissions do not qualify you for the extra credit.Solutions will be posted on the course’s web site after the submission.The extra credit exercises can help you with the topics discussed in class and with the examinations.Students who do all 8 will receive 7 points at the end of the semester.
14 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work Laboratories (to be done individually).Total of 9 lab assignments.Total points earned : 30Assignments are posted on web site and can be downloaded from there (right click the mouse and choose SaveAs)Read laboratory document in advance.
16 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work Work on lab. in class on specified dates (see schedule on course’s web site).Ask questions in class and during office hours.Ask questions via s to instructor or the TA.Finish lab by specified dateline and submit to Blackboard.Solutions will be posted on the course’s web site after the due date.
17 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work TestsAll tests are closed book closed notes.Require you to write a program or two that tests concepts discussed inn class and in the laboratory assignments.Answer some multiple choice questions.
18 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work Quiz 1 : 4 points(9/22)Midterm exam. : 20 points(10/15)Quiz 2 : points(11/10)Final exam. : 30 points(as per exams schedule)
19 COURSE INFORMATION -Course Work ProjectProgramming assignment that is due at the end of the Semester– 8 points.Can be done in a group of two students (no more than two).Project is reviewed by the instructor. Questions about the coding can be asked of each participant in a group.
20 ETHICSWork is to be done individually unless the instructor specifies group work.Examinations: Copying or cheating will result in an immediate zero on the exam for all parties involved and a notification to the Academic Honesty DepartmentLab assignments: Very from Semester to Semester. Any indication of copying lab or project work will result in an immediate zero on the lab/project for all parties involved.Please read College of Science Academic Integrity Pledge document posted on the course’s web site.
21 Course TopicCS115 covers Object Oriented Programming (OOP)techniques using the Java programming language.No previous programming experience is required.You will be developing programs using Java.
22 Programming Languages Computers understand instructions called statements.Statements are written in one of the many available High Level Languages.Java is a High Level LanguageOthers are: C++, Ada, C#, BASIC, C, Python etc.
23 ProgramsA program written in a high level language is called: source program or source code.The written program is saved in a file called: source code file.A source code program must be translated into instructions called: machine code instructions.The translation is accomplished via a software tool called: compiler.The machine code is then executed or interpreted.
24 Java Programs- Tools required Java Program Development Environment .A text Editor is needed to write a Java program.It can be as simple as Notepad.Or, it can be a IDE (Integrated Development Environment) like Notepad++ , EditPlus or Eclipse.The java compiler and interpreter is needed. This is known as the JDK (Java Development Kit).Both the Editor: Notepad++ and the JDK are available on your class stations computers.We will be using Notepad++ in class. Outside of class, you can use a text editor of your choice (your own computer) or do your work in the open lab areas, of the SB building.
25 INFORMATION ON JAVA Web sites for Java material: To download Java Development Kit for your own computer (optional)--For online TutorialFor the Java API (Application Programming Interface)
26 INFORMATION ON JAVAIt is advisable that at some point you download on your laptop (or desktop) what you need in order to develop Java programs (that is a text editor and the JDK).You will need help from me in order to install it on your laptop. DO NOT HESITATE TO ASK ME!!