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Kenneth C. Louden 2003 1 For Ruby (and most other languages we will cover), you are given a ticket.
 

Summary: 1/20/2011
Kenneth C. Louden 2003 1
For Ruby (and most other languages we will cover), you are given a ticket.
We can't possibly cover everything you need to know, but we have allowed
you admittance to the "show".
You know how to build a project. You can run hello world. You understand key
differences You know where the documentation is What you do with yourdifferences. You know where the documentation is. What you do with your
admission ticket is up to you!
Note for resumes, "exposure" is likely the correct terminology
Chapter 1 Louden Ch1 & Scott Ch1 1
Chapter 1Chapter 1 -- IntroductionIntroduction
Louden Ch1 & Scott Ch1 2Chapter 1
1/20/2011
Kenneth C. Louden 2003 2
Course MotivationCourse Motivation
Why are programming languages the
way they are?y y
How are particular language features
implemented/supported?
Chapter 1 Louden Ch1 & Scott Ch1 3

  

Source: Allan, Vicki H. - Department of Computer Science, Utah State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences