CM10134 - CM50147: Programming 1
Academic year 2004-2005
- Unit Lecturer: Dr. Marina De Vos
- Unit Tutors:
- Andy Carnell
- Tom Crick
- Adam Dziedzic
- Carl O'Dwyer
- Martin Owen
- Yi Song
- Mark Wood
- Course Text:
David J. Barnes and Michael Kolling
Objects First with Java. A Practical Introduction using BlueJ
Pearson Education, 2003
- Additional Book:
Thinking in Java, 3rd Edition
Free online copy:
Pre-course Material: Pre-Course Material
- Unix/Linux Intro: Introduction to Unix/Linux
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- Exam: Answer three question out five (four for the Msc Student) on the more theoretical issues of programming
- Coursework: Write four medium sized programs in an object oriented way using the design methods we discussed in the lectures
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- Lecture 1: Objects and Classes:
- Lecture 2: Understanding Class Definitions:
- Lecture 3: Object Interaction:
- Lecture 4: Grouping Objects:
- Lecture 5: More Sophisticated Behaviour:
- Lecture 6: Desiging Classes:
- Lecture 7: Improving Structure with Inhertitance:
- Lecture 8: More about Inheritance:
- Lecture 9: Further Abstraction Techniques:
- Lecture 10: Handling Errors:
- Lecture 11: Designing Applications:
- Lecture 12: Revision: Previous Exam Paper (PDF) and the solutions