Program Structure and Process for New Programmers Training

Course #:WA2296

Program Structure and Process for New Programmers Training

This course introduces the main concepts and principles of the computer systems development environment. Students learn how problems are defined in the development environment and ways solutions are designed and undertaken. A design case study is done to apply the techniques taught during class. Understandings of logic constructs are emphasized.

What you will Learn

By the end of the course, you will be able to...

  • Understand the system development life cycle
  • Know the basic physical and software components of a computer system
  • Be familiar with the logical concepts of consistency, logical truth and falsehood
  • Be able to define a problem clearly
  • Be able to represent a logical problem solution
  • Understand the main principles of structured programming, and the main constructs of object-oriented analysis and design
  • Recognize standard design work products (Boolean decision tables, data flow diagrams, etc.)

Audience

This course is designed for those new to programming regardless of language or platform.

Prerequisites

No prior experience is necessary.

Duration

4 Days

Outline of Program Structure and Process for New Programmers Training

  • The SDLC
  • Program Development & Flowcharting
  • What is a Computer?
  • Computer Systems
  • Logic Unit: What is Logic?
  • Programming Process
  • Logic Unit: Consistency & Inconsistency
  • File & Data Structure Concepts
  • Logic Unit: Truth & Falsehood
  • Testing 101
  • Logic Unit: Consequence & Entailment
  • Project Documentation
  • Structured Programming Concepts
  • What Comes Next?
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