The course starts with opening session on Wednesday, September 14th at 16:15 in TUAS building, room AS2. There will be no actual lectures, and studying happens using network-based (and other available) course material and completing programming exercises. The course consists of 4 exercise rounds (during period I) that are done individually, and a programming project (during period II) that is done in a group. You should plan to reserve enough time (10-20 hours / week) for the course. The course material and exercises are in English.
We aim to make the first exercise round available before Sep 19th, and the following ones as soon as possible after that.
Slack group is the primary communication channel for the course, and should be used for discussing problems in assignments and in projects. In addition, you can reach the teaching personnel by Email firstname.lastname@example.org, but Email should only be used in administrative/organizational issues and questions. We have very limited have time to respond to problems concerning exercises by Email. You can also use MyCourse discussion forums for discussion.
The student knows the main principles of the C++ programming language and can independently and as team work execute programs using the C++ programming language.
Basic concepts of high standard programming languages, adjustment model and implementation techniques, programming tools, programming as group work. Assignments consist of programming in C++ in Unix environment.