Introduction to Programming Bootcamp
The course provides students with concepts and tools that are valuable to those who aspire to major in computer science. Students who major in Computer Science are in high demand in various sectors of the economy. After taking this short course, students are expected to be more prepared for Introduction to Programming in C, the first programming course in the FAU Computer Science curriculum. This short course also exposes students to computer thinking skills essential to professionals in the twenty-first century.
Session Length: Monday, May 8th through Friday, May 12th | 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
***If you are enrolled in COP 2220 Intro to Programming in C or COP 2034 Intro to Programming in Python for the summer 2023 semester, please check your FAU email or reach out to the course Professor for a DISCOUNT code.
***If you have FAU Email, please REGISTER USING YOUR FAU EMAIL (The course is accessed through Canvas). For those with no FAU email, a user account will be created.
Please note that each class will be recorded. The recordings will be available online for 30 days to ensure that participants can access them if they miss a class or want to review any of the sessions.
Length: One week of online sessions (Monday-Friday, 2 hours/day)
Instructor: Tami Sorgente, MS
Topics per session:
Introduction to application development and programming languages
- Source code (C )
- Compilers and development tools (Visual Studio)
- Libraries, compiling, linking, and building applications
- “Hello world”
Introduction to problem solving and program logic
- Algorithms and the software development method
- Variables and program data
- Input(s), sequential steps, output(s)
- Input, process, output
- Common programming errors
- Control structures in programs (decisions- if/else)
- Repetition in programs (simple loop)
Top-down program design concept
- Functions and subproblems
- Online exiting exam