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As luck would have it, I will be teaching another class for the Fall semester. This time around, it's IT 306 - Program Design and Data Structures, the three credit sequel to IT 108. Really, it's the sequel to IT 206, but this will be the first semester that IT 206 has been offered, so no one has taken it yet, so that's where that comes from. The course meets at the Prince William campus in Bull Run Hall, room 247, on Tuesdays from 4:30 PM to 7:10 PM, and I will hold office hours by appointment after class in the adjunct faculty closet on the first floor.
The text book for this class is Deitel's Java, How to Program, which is a bit of a monster, so hopefully you've got bags with wheels. Your TA will be Minu Hariharan.
This is going to be a programming intensive class, where you will be writing an awful lot of Java. It's probably going to take me a while to get all the materials for the semester put together, but I hope to have everything done in advance of the start of the semester, next month. In the meantime, if you need to contact me, please send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any message not sent from your GMU account and with "IT306" in the subject line will probably be eaten by my spam filter.
All of the material for this class will be posted on the GMU Blackboard site, as it becomes available.
—Brian (7/21/2010 5:09 PM)
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