|Meeting Times:||Monday and Wednesday, 1:00 - 2:50|
|Office Hours:||Monday and Wednesday 10:00 - 12:00, Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 - 12:00.|
|Free Textbook:||Introduction to Programming Using Java, Seventh Edition|
There is a 10% per day late penalty on assignments that are not turned in on time. Final grades will not be rounded up, and no extra credit opportunities will be given on an individual basis.
The University provides the opportunity to provide grading feedback midway through the semester. This will take into account your score on the mid-term exam and the programming projects submitted up to that point. Any student receiving less than a 65% on either of these will receive a "U" for their mid-semester grade. If this happens to you, please don't hesitate to talk with me about how we can improve your performance in this class.
Students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with the letter and spirit of the Honor Constitution.
For assignments, you may discuss the task with other students, but all of your work must be your own. You must yourself type and understand every line of code in each assignment you submit. It is an honor code violation to copy code directly from another student either by copy and paste or by transcription, or to copy code from any online source. You must include the UMW honor pledge in the comments for each assignment you submit.
For lab exercises, you may collaborate more with those next to you. You still must type and submit your own work, but looking at each others programs and helping one another is OK. Lab exercises are to ensure that you understand the ideas in the lab. Cheating would only hurt yourself.
For exams, you can not talk to anyone during the exam, or use any kind of notes. You must include a signed UMW honor pledge at the top of your exams.
If you have any questions or need clarification, please don't hesitate to contact me!
|Date||Topic||Book Sections||Lab||Assignment Due|
|August 24||Course Introduction||Chapter 1||Using Netbeans|
|August 26||Java Basics||Chapter 2||Temperature Conversion|
|August 31||Making Decisions||3.5 - 3.6||Grade Calculator|
|September 2||Looping||3.1 - 3.4||N Bottles of Beer|
|September 7||Functions||4.1 - 4.4||Circle Calculation|
|September 9||Programming with Functions||No Lab||Triangle Assignment|
|September 14||Arrays||3.8||Array Reversal|
|September 16||Multi-Dimensional Arrays||7.5||No Lab|
|September 21||Maze Algorithms||No Lab||Pig Assignment|
|September 23||Searching and Sorting||7.4||String Sorting|
|September 28||Exceptions||3.7, 4.3.7||Exceptions|
|September 30||Files & IO||11.1 - 11.3||Total Calculation|
|October 5||Review & Practice||No Lab||Mancala Assignment|
|October 7||Midterm Exam|
|October 12||Fall Break|
|October 14||Classes and Objects||5.1 - 5.2||Time Class|
|October 19||Programming with Objects||Debugging||Vigenère Cipher|
|October 21||Programming with Objects Continued||No Lab|
|October 26||Simulation||Population Simulation|
|October 28||Inheritance & Interfaces||No Lab|
|November 2||GUI Programming||GUI Exercise|
|November 4||GUI Programming Continued||No Lab|
|November 9||Using Graphics||Graphics Exercise||Chaco Canyon|
|November 11||Using Graphics Continued||Collision Detection|
|November 16||Recursion||9.1||Palindrome Checker|
|November 18||Recursion Continued||No Lab||GUI Program|
|November 23||Merge Sort||Sort Comparison|
|November 25||Thanksgiving Break|
|November 30||Programming Contest|
|December 2||Review & Practice||Arcade Game (Due 12/4)|
|December 7||3:30 - 6:00, Final Exam|
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