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2018 SPRING Semester



Introduction to Computer Science & Information Technology CST 111 - 500 (CRN 22111)
Monday & Wednesday   12:30-2:10pm H-209 (Grant Campus, Caumsett Hall)

Introduction to Computer Science & Information Technology CST 111 - 151 (CRN 26664)
Monday & Wednesday   6:00-7:50pm R-219 (Ammerman Campus, Riverhead Bldg.)

Textbook:

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"Computer Science lluminated"
      Nell Dale & John Lewis
ISBN: 9781284129038
Jones & Bartlett
PEP-8 Simulator:
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Unix Operating System (BCS 215) -- student directories

Tuesday & Thursday   1:40-2:55pm Whitman 216 (Farmingdale)

B. A. Martin   ("BAM")
bam@professorbam.com

BCS 215
unix operating system
Textbook:

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"Guide to UNIX Using Linux"
      Michael Palmer
ISBN: 978-1-4188-3723-5
Course Technology

Login at:
farvlu.farmingdale.edu




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Unix Tutorials:

HIPO & Structured Programming
unix   pdf

Projects for BCS 215

Final project (shellscripts)
(Due:   Thursday May 10th.)

vim-language
sed, tr, cut, od




I N S T R U C T I O N S :

        Fill out 3"x5" cards. according to these instructions.
 1. On the front of the card, at the top, 
	print your name, last name first.
 2. Underneath, write your Major.
 3. Next, enter your email address.
 4. Also, state your Github account name.
 5. If you have a job using computers, 
        put it at the bottom.
 7. In the upper right corner, add course number.
 8. In lower right coroner, give today's date.
 6. On the back, state reasons for taking course.
10. Also, list any languages in which you have 
        written code that works on a computer.

2017 eclipse
Next total.
Essays

The End


What did Aristotle (and Homer) say about computers?


  • Computer Reference tables
  • C++ solution
    C++ advanced

    Final project


    There are 10
    different kinds
    of people:
    • Those who understand binary
              and
    • Those who don't

  • Processing (Java) & Github
    Go to the "Processing" website.

    Dowload the software (free!)

    Install the PDE

    Use the REFERENCE pages.

    Signup for GitHub (free).

    Use GitHub
    to submit assignments
    and for Code Review!

    ebook:
    READ THESE FIRST:

    TUTORIAL

    Examine the sample code at project0 and modular0;
    then try writing your own code.

    Also read the INTRO pages.

    Java intro.
    Declarations
    day . . .
    . . . aft
    or
    Github

    RESOURCES


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