Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Udacity launches new "class" feature Career Advisor Program for Students who study programming online
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Saturday, February 6, 2016
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Friday, February 5, 2016
udacity intro to java programming Syllabus https://www.udacity.com/wiki/
What is programming? : An useful explanation using analogies.
Java (section title) : why learn java because it is a very popular language, mostly simple, safe - will give students helpful and obvious errors. Useful for web, image processing even android development.
Hello, World (section title): write first java program. the line that is System.out.println is the most important line.other parts are setting up the program forthis line
Downloading Blue J (Section title): instructions for installing java and Blue J on windows and mac quiz 0:find the first Contributor to blueJ
Download the course code (lesson title): link to zip file. Assignment is to look for a secret code in one of the text files.
Create a test project : create a new project or open the test project in lesson 1 code provided by Udacity. Right click and select edit in the dropdown to use the main )method.If creating a new project, need to create a new class, open to edit, delete extra code
Hello World Two lines (lesson title): assignment use two
to print out Hello on a line andworld on another.Udacity will show you how.
Text and Numbers (lesson title):
There is a quiz. Basically Java will do arithmic on numbers (will add the numbers up in this case) but will display text as it is,word for word.In Java and many languages text is known as a string and is surrounded by a pair of quotes
Our First Program (lesson title): It's possible to twig a program without understanding every detail. Breaks down the System.out.println("Hello, world!"); into object, method and a string.
print and println (lesson title): difference between ps that print moves the cursor to the end of the printed result, println() move the cursor to one line below the result. It is tricky.