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STANFORD UNIVERSITY

PROGRAMMING SCHOOL

THIS SUMMER, 2017

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ID TECH
Programing 101
STANFORD UNIVERSITY

Course Description
Learning to program effectively requires a base of conceptual understanding, followed by language-specific syntax and data handling. This beginner through intermediate level course bridges the gap: first covering broad object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts common to modern programming, then building on that foundation with an overview of languages such as C++, Java™, and scripting. You'll also be introduced to HTML and CSS. Your new coding skills will be polished through hands-on exercises and mini applications.

Other Activities
You can expect roughly 6-7 hours a day of class instruction, with plenty of time for campus excursions, socializing, outdoor activities, video game tournaments, and more. Parents want peace-of-mind and student supervision—teens want a taste of independence. At iD, we work hard to provide the right balance. We hope to make your experience valuable and memorable.

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Week One:

Starting with an introduction to Object Oriented Programming, learn how to work with computer programming concepts such as variables, data types, operators, and input/output. Throughout the week, you will also learn about control flow using conditional statements, loops, and functions, as well as more advanced data types and data structures, such as strings, pointers, arrays, lists, and vectors. Put your skills to the test by analyzing the code structure of actual applications and working with focused exercises to practice foundational coding.

Week Two:

Review and analyze other common languages such as Javascript and Java™, while exploring language similarities and differences, as well as strengths and weaknesses for specific application purposes. Learn more advanced concepts of programming, including searching and sorting algorithms along with custom class design. Wrap up your experience with a portfolio of broad-based mini projects and a flexible knowledge of programming that can be applied to multiple disciplines.

 

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THREE PRIZES

Grass Fed, all Natural NON GMO raised Heritage pork:

Prizes:

1/2 Pork, Cut and Wrapped, 1/4 cut and wrapped, 1/4 cut and wrapped

Incentive! Buy 5 Tickets get the 6th one Free.

(Pork can only be picked up, no shipping is available.)

Drawing to be held at Eureka Fair August 2017

 

Yes, I want to help Miles go to Stanford University

Programing School
Summer 2017

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Call 406 359 1447 or Send Check to:

Miles Plemmons

PO Box 2010, Eureka MT 59917

WE THANK YOU VERY MUCH, AND ARE SO EXCITED FOR MILES