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Introduction to programming - 1 day
This course covers the basic concepts, fundamental syntax and process of writing any computer program.
The information is generic; it's not specific to any single programming language.
It is equally relevant to Unix, Microsoft Windows and to other Operating Systems.
Upon successful completion of this course you will:
- Be able to describe what the key components of a computer program are.
- Describe the steps in the creation of a computer program.
- Describe the role of the interpreter and the compiler.
- Describe how to link and run a program.
- Explain the meaning of basic programming terms such as variable, array, test, loop and subroutine
- Write simple programs in a prototyping language
- be ready for our Introduction to Python, Perl, Java or other programming courses.
This course is aimed at people who are familiar with computers, but who don't have any formal programming experience.
This course is a useful course to take before the introductory level of a specific programming language courses, such as Introduction to Perl or Introduction to Java.
It is a useful course for those that don't have any programming experience, but need the necessary foundations and concepts to start.
Basic keyboard and mouse use.
A brief history
The Development Process (SDLC)
Different computer languages
Programming environments and tools
Flowcharting a program
Unified Modelling Language - UML Activity Diagrams
Creating a program
Input and output
Doing a test
Subroutines and Functions
Introduction to Python - 2 days
Introduction to Perl - 2 days
Introduction to Java - 2 days
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