Bill Pringle - Bill@BillPringle
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This class teaching programming concepts to people with no programming experience. Students are exposed to a variety of computer programming languages, and work in teams to produce a small program on their own.
This course helps you understand why there are so many programming languages. You can see the advantages and disadvantes of each, as well as what factors are involved in developing a new language. You will also learn how choosing a language affects the design and/or implementation of software.