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Coding & Tech
College Level Computer Science With Java (Unit 9)
We shall explore Computer Science, first building a computer from basic logic chips, then looking at how languages layout data in memory, how Java creates those structures, culminating with a grand project--a Web Server written in Java.
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$20 per class
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55 minutes per class
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College Level Computer Science This is Unit 9 of a year-long course will take you from the basics of digital logic through the design of a computer and into Object Oriented Programming using Java. The successful student will be ready to take many Junior/Senior level college courses. The unique aspect of this course is that I emphasize how memory is used by different languages by using diagrams of memory layout—how you can find one piece of information when you know another. (See diagrams in...
Day 1: Code exploration, OS Stuff, Multithreaded Programming (Mutexes) Day 2: Code exploration, the JVM, Byte Code Machines, Multithreaded Programming (Condition Variables), more OS & Hardware Day 3: Code exploration, Multithreaded Programming (Parallel Computations), more OS & Hardware Day 4: Code exploration, Networks, TCP/IP, Routing, Packet Collision, Sockets
We are doing about two hours of programming homework per class hour. There are occasional short readings and cool algorithm videos online.
This class uses Eclipse.
I read the students' code.
1 hour 50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Eclipse is an "Integrated Development Environment" which allows the learner to write and run code. It is a widely used in the software development world. The learner (or parent) will download Eclipse from the IBM web site and then use it locally on their own computer. Eclipse may be downloaded freely, with no identifying information required. The learner is welcome to use a different IDE, although I will not be able to help them with it.
Bil as James Madison / Bil as Computer Scientist
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
36 total reviews
58 completed classes
Bil Lewis is a Computer Scientist who has taught at Stanford and Tufts Universities. He is also a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer who taught High School in Kenya and later in Palo Alto and Somerville. He is a Past District Governor for...