Saddleback's Computer Science Society

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The Commonplace

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In this section, officers release information about club events, programming contests and competitions, and important announcements. Only officers may post topics in this section.

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Last post by Gareth in How to Join on November 12, 2013, 11:05:19 pm
No New Posts Academic Planning Discussions

Feel free to discuss your academic plans for transferring to a four year university in this section. You can ask questions regarding transfer requirements, find useful tips on transferring on time, and discuss other related topics here.

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In this section, feel free to talk about anything. You can be off-topic, but try to stay relatively consistent with the interests of the club. Have fun!

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Advanced Topics

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"Game programming, a subset of game development, is the software development of video games. Though often engaged in by professional game programmers, many novices may program games as a hobby. Some software engineering students program games as exercises for learning a programming language or operating system." - Wikipedia

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No New Posts Robotics

Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.

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Competitions

No New Posts ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest

ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest is an annual multi-tiered competitive programming competition among the universities and community colleges of the world. The contest is sponsored by IBM.

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Last post by Matt in ACM Previous Year Proble... on November 26, 2013, 10:04:44 am

Course Discussions

No New Posts 1A: Introduction to Computer Science I

This class is intended for students interested in an introductory understanding of the field of computer science and programming. It emphasizes on problem solving and programming in C++, and provides the necessary foundation for CS 1B. This class covers: history and hardware, software, problem solving, style requirements, basic input and output, arithmetics, selection and repetition, functions, and arrays.

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No New Posts 1B: Introduction to Computer Science II

This class is intended for students who have taken CS 1A or have a few years of programming experience in another language, and are interested in learning C++. It emphasizes structures and object-oriented programming, and provides the necessary foundation for CS 1C. This class covers: style requirements, basic input and output, selection and repetition, functions, arrays, user-defined text files and data types, searching and sorting, structures, pointers, and classes.

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No New Posts 1C: Introduction to Computer Science III

This class is intended for students who have taken CS 1B or professionals with a few years of programming experience, and are interested in learning advanced programming concepts using a high-level programming language. It emphazises object-oriented programming, and provides the necessary foundation for CS 1D. The class covers lexical conventions, data types, classes, constructors and destructors, overloading, conversions, inheritance, recursion, composition, pointers, templates, and exceptions.

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No New Posts 1D: Data Structures

This class is intended for students who have taken CS 1C or professionals with a few years of programming experience, and are interested in learning data structures. It emphazises data structures and algorithms. The class covers abstract data types, lists, stacks, queues, strings, hashing, performance, sorting, trees, path algorithms, skip lists, and graphs.

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No New Posts 3A: Computer Organization & Machine Language I

This class is intended for students interested in an introductory understanding of computer organization and machine language. It emphazises basic machine language instructions, data type conversion, boolean algebra, circuits, components of a computer's data path, microprograms, and software execution.

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No New Posts 3B: Computer Organization & Machine Language II

This class is intended for students who have taken CS 3A, and are interested in further understanding the concepts of computer organization and machine language. It emphazises assembly language programs, the Intel instruction set, and debugging assembly language programs; low level computer architecture, data structures, stack oeprations, and interrupts; high level programming languages and calls from the Windows API.

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No New Posts 4A: Introduction to Java

This class is intended for students interested in an introductory understanding of Java programming and its importance as a platform independent programming language. It emphazises the basics of Java and programming with the Java libraries. The class covers java applications and applets, classes, inheritance, exceptions, arrays, vectors, recursion, streams, the abstract windowing tool kit, and swing components.

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No New Posts 4B: Advanced Topics in Java

This class is intended for students who have taken CS 4A, and are interested in advanced topics in Java. The class covers GUI design using swing, the Java foundation classes, the collections framework, multi-threading, servlets, JSP, RMI, and JDBC.

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