Introduction to Computer Science using Java This is a course in Java programming for beginners. It covers the fundamentals of programming, roughly the same material that is covered in a beginning programming course in a university or in a high school AP Computer Science course. For maximum benefit, go though these notes interactively, thinking about and answering the question at the bottom of each page. These notes assume that you have the Java version 5.0 or later from Oracle, Inc. at and a text editor such as Notepad. For more about these notes check the frequently asked questions. A German translation of these notes, done by Heinrich Gailer, is available at www.gailer-net.de/tutorials/java/java-toc.html. A French translation of selected chapters is available at www.lifl.fr/~secq/IUT/JAVA/intro.html Here is very nice site (unrelated to this site) that allows you to practice Java programming on line: Best viewed at 1024 x 768 or higher.
AP Computer Science A Course Details Computer Science A emphasizes object-oriented programming methodology with an emphasis on problem solving and algorithm development and is meant to be the equivalent of a first-semester course in computer science. It also includes the study of data structures and abstraction. This course covers the following topics: Object-Oriented Program Design The overall goal for designing a piece of software (a computer program) is to correctly solve the given problem. Program and Class DesignProgram Implementation Part of the problem-solving process is the statement of solutions in a precise form that invites review and analysis. Implementation techniques Programming constructs Java library classes and interfaces included in the AP Java subsetProgram Analysis The analysis of programs includes examining and testing programs to determine whether they correctly meet their specifications. Data structures are used to represent information within a program.
Geometry Expressions -- Home -- Interactive Symbolic Geometry The Java™ Tutorials The Java Tutorials are practical guides for programmers who want to use the Java programming language to create applications. They include hundreds of complete, working examples, and dozens of lessons. Groups of related lessons are organized into "trails". The Java Tutorials primarily describe features in Java SE 8. For best results, download JDK 8. What's New The Java Tutorials are continuously updated to keep up with changes to the Java Platform and to incorporate feedback from our readers. This release of the tutorial corresponds to the JDK 8u101 release. Two new processing limit properties, entityReplacementLimit and maxXMLNameLimit, have been added to JAXP. Trails Covering the Basics These trails are available in book form as The Java Tutorial, Sixth Edition. Creating Graphical User Interfaces Creating a GUI with Swing — A comprehensive introduction to GUI creation on the Java platform.Creating a JavaFX GUI — A collection of JavaFX tutorials. Specialized Trails and Lessons
O(N)CS Lessons Welcome to the NetBeans Platform Certified Training The NetBeans Platform is a mature open sourced Swing framework for building general rich client applications. The platform is a "generic application", that is, a runtime which can be used to develop desktop applications. NetBeans IDE is one example of this type of application, but there are many others. One of the key distinctions of software built upon the NetBeans Platform is modularity: reuse in the large. This course covers developing on the NetBeans Platform from the ground-up. Finally, after the two days outlined above, you will develop a functioning project consisting of one or more modules. Note: In addition to the NetBeans Platform Certified Training course, we are preparing an on-line NetBeans Platform course, so that you can take a structured course in your own time and location. Contents Goals Learn about the NetBeans Platform and become experienced enough to be able to write a module, set of modules, and applications based on the NetBeans Platform. Content Day 1. Notes
Mr Rogers' AP Computer Science Syllabus The Intellectual Challenge In college, computer science is generally considered an intellectually challenging course. Correlations between the combined PSAT math and verbal scores with the passing rate in AP Computer Science bears this out. AP Standards: Topic Outline: This link give the official AP computer science topic outline. Computer Lab: Our computer lab contains up-to-date computers as well as a promethean board for displaying information to the entire class. Computer Lab Hours: The lab or computers in room 134 will normally be open for an hour after school every day except Wednesday. TextBooks : Mr. Java Methods A & AB Object-Oriented Programming and Data Structures AP Edition, Maria Litvin, Gary Litvin, 2006, by Skylight Publishing, ISBN 978-0-9727055-7-8 Be Prepared for the AP Computer Science Exam in Java (Paperback) by Maria Litvin Addison-Wesley's Review for the Computer Science AP Exam in Java (Paperback) by Susan Horwitz Objectives Provided by Mr. Materials for Class
Colleges, Universities and Websites Offering Free Computer Programming Education Online Getting Educated For Free 1. Java 5. Visual Basic Utilizing Your Computer Programming Knowledge A degree is required for most computer programming jobs, but employers have been known to hire programmers who can prove they have relevant programming skills. Computer certifications and language-specific certificates can be obtained from program vendors, software manufacturers, computer training centers and various organizations. Salary Potential According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, bls.gov, computer programmers typically earn between $49,580 and $85,080 a year. Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics
LE DIFFERENZE TRA L’ITALIA E LA NORVEGIA, IL PAESE SENZA DEBITO PUBBLICO. « Il Corsivo Quotidiano Cosa deve fare l’Italia per uscire dalla crisi? Semplicemente essere la Norvegia. Il paese del sole di mezzanotte, delle aurore boreali e dei guizzanti e polposi salmoni rosa rappresenta tutto quello che l’Italia non é. Loro hanno l’indice di sviluppo umano più alto del mondo, ma soprattutto, non hanno debito pubblico. la Norvegia é infatti uno dei pochi stati europei in attivo (+10%) mentre il povero Stivale sgangherato ha un debito pubblico del 124% del proprio PIL. La Banca Centrale Norvegese é ancora statale, il Fondo Pensionistico é in attivo, i settori dell’ energia (Statoil, Statkraft, Norsk Hydro – tutte aziende statali) e delle telecomunicazioni (Telenor) sono efficienti e centralizzati. Il petrolio norvegese non é in mano alle multinazionali straniere e, nonostante la produzione sia più che modesta rispetto alla Arabia Saudita, risulta uno dei punti di forza dell’economia del Paese. Anche il nostro paese avrebbe delle belle potenzialità. Mi piace: Mi piace Caricamento...
MATLAB - MathWorks Analyze, design, and implement audio, video, communications, radar, and other signal processing-intensive systems. Signal Processing Toolbox Perform signal processing and analysis DSP System Toolbox Design and simulate streaming signal processing systems Audio System Toolbox Design and test audio processing systems Communications System Toolbox Design and simulate the physical layer of communication systems Wavelet Toolbox Analyze and synthesize signals and images using wavelet techniques RF Toolbox Design, model, and analyze networks of RF components Antenna Toolbox Design, analyze, and visualize antenna elements and antenna arrays Phased Array System Toolbox Design and simulate phased array signal processing systems LTE System Toolbox Simulate physical layer of LTE and LTE-Advanced wireless communications systems WLAN System Toolbox Simulate, analyze, and test the physical layer of WLAN communications systems
Java Programming Overview. Our goal in this chapter is to convince you that writing a computer program is easier than writing a piece of text such as a paragraph or an essay. Java programs in this chapter. Below is a list of Java programs in this chapter. Click on the program name to access the Java code; click on the reference number for a brief description; read the textbook for a full discussion. Exercises. Copyright © 2002–2012 and .