Hour of Code Diagrammes de classes UML UML est une norme complexe de description de programmes informatiques développée par un consortium d'entreprises et de laboratoires, l'OMG. La norme officielle 1.5 est disponible sur leur site. Une nouvelle norme 2.0 est aussi en développement. Ces spécifications sont particulièrement techniques et indigestes. Ce langage compte pas moins de douze différents types de diagrammes permettant de décrire l'architecture et le fonctionnement d'un programme informatique. L'apprentissage de l'utilisation de ce langage de formalisation nécessiterait un cours complet. Dans le cadre du projet, il ne vous est demandé qu'un seul type de diagramme : le diagramme de classe, qui présente les relations entre vos différentes classes. Introduction aux diagrammes de classe Commentaires N'importe quelle information qui ne rentre pas vraiment dans les catégories suivantes, par exemple un morceau de code d'implémentation. Classes La représentation contient trois compartiments : Associations Classe interne Dépendance
Online Learning: An Intensive Bachelor's Level Computer Science Program Curriculum, Part II Last month, we published a piece providing a basic template for a bachelor’s level computer science curriculum composed entirely from college or university courses that are freely available online. To date, this has been the most popular post on the blog, and we received a ton of great feedback, both positive and negative, in the comments and from around the web. The original post was based on a learning plan that I had worked out for myself after I jumped into the study of programming and computer science just over a year ago on something of a whim. As I’ve mentioned before, I do not have any formal background in computer science beyond the handful of courses from this list that I have worked through myself. On the basis of the feedback from that post, we’ve put together a new list of course offerings that covers a lot more ground. The course listing is broken down into three major divisions: Introductory Courses, Core Courses and Intermediate/Advanced Courses. Introductory Courses
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Coke And Code | Games to Play on the Toilet So I guess it’s official, I’m starting to work on Legends of Yore 2 – which I’m subtitling Rise of the Darklings. I’ll post some concept shots etc in a minute but I’d like to talk about the process I’ve been taking during the interim for a minute. As you’ve seen if you read my blog or follow on twitter I’ve been knocking out lots of little game demos, this is how I work. Voxel Based Engine – Experimenting with different graphical styles Carubloc – Looking at LibGDX across platforms Matchnik – To look a procedural puzzle generation Turn Based Platformer – To look at turn based mechanics with a bit more action Mega Melon Adventure – To play with gamepads and the OUYA Sub-pixel Sprite Animation – Obviously more tailored towards Legends, just needed to find a way to generate enough graphics. There’s actually been a few others that never saw the light of day, including a very random bouncing game. So, enough waffle, Legends of Yore 2 – so far I’m coding and spriting like crazy.
515 Free Online Programming & Computer Science Courses You Can Start in April Five years ago, universities like MIT and Stanford first opened up free online courses to the public. Today, more than 700 schools around the world have created thousands of free online courses. I’ve compiled this list of over 515 such free online courses that you can start this month. I’ve sorted all 515 of these courses into the following categories based on their difficulty level: BeginnerIntermediateAdvanced Many of these courses are completely self-paced. An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python (Part 1)Rice University via Coursera★★★★★ (2943 ratings) | 3rd Apr, 2017 Programming for Everybody (Getting Started with Python)University of Michigan via Coursera★★★★★ (1143 ratings) | 3rd Apr, 2017 Introduction to Computer ScienceHarvard University via edX★★★★★ (62 ratings) | Self Paced Intro to Computer ScienceUniversity of Virginia via Udacity★★★★☆ (63 ratings) | Self Paced Introduction to Programming with MATLABVanderbilt University via Coursera★★★★★ (179 ratings) | 3rd Apr, 2017