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INFSCI 0017 - Fundamentals of Object-Oriented Programming

(Fall 2012, CRN 16686)

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When: Thursday, 6:00-8:30 pm
Where: IS 404
Instructor: Peter Brusilovsky. Contact data and office hours could be found on instructor's teaching page.
Official Description: First programming course for IS majors, designed for students with little or no programming experience. Emphasizes basic principles and concepts of object-oriented programming using JAVA. Topics include classes, interfaces, operators, program control, arrays, testing, debugging, inheritance, and polymorphism; Techniques for simplifying the programming process and improving code quality; Features activity-based learning with ample opportunities to implement interesting programs. (Prereqs: MATH 0031 or MATH 0032 or equivalent)
Course Web Page: http://www.sis.pitt.edu/~peterb/0017-131/
TAs: Jennifer Lin. For contact and office hours see CourseWeb

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