PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS A Class #63175
Introduces programming concepts and terminology using an object-oriented approach, with a focus on iterative development and testing. This course uses C# .NET, the Unified Modeling Language (UML) and other tools to present concepts from a variety of perspectives. Learners will create UML diagrams and write/debug C# .NET applications that incorporate classes, fields, methods and variables. Additional topics include: utilization of an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), value and reference types, object instantiation/lifetime/scope and mathematical/conditional/logical expressions.
Pre/Corequisite: 10-152-500 IT DEV & DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS or 10-156-100 DATA FUNDAMENTALS.
|Days & Times||Room||Instructor||Meeting Dates|
|-||ONLINE INSTRUCTION||Dominic Gruetzmacher||Mar 6 - Apr 12|
|Wednesday 11:00AM - 12:50PM||A108-Wausau Camp A Bld CMLB-NC||Dominic Gruetzmacher||Mar 8 - Apr 12|
|Wednesday 11:00AM - 12:50PM||COMCONF: Web Conference-Home||Dominic Gruetzmacher||Mar 8 - Apr 12|