Basic Programming

Course Description: The fall semester would be learning the C programming language and IDE (Integrated Development Environment) called Code:Blocks.  By the end of the first semester, students should be able to understand how to write C programs for the computer on their own, and use the computer to solve rudimentary problems.  The spring semester will move to a practical understanding of programming where the students will program an EVK (EValuation Kit) for a processor used in industry. 

Prerequisite: The perspective student must have taken a minimum of Algebra I. Students will need access to Windows 10 or 11 computer, with at least 2 GB of disk space available.  Students will need to have he ability to add programs to this computer and access to the internet for several assignments.  If your student has access to another type of computer, such as a Mac or Linux, please contact the instructor.  A laptop is preferred, but a home desktop will be acceptable.

Instructor: Ken Edwards


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