This course if for early beginners who would like to develop and understanding of the base concepts in programming, in English. There will not be a lot of programming in this course, as it only covers the base concepts that should be learned before you start programming. If you ever wanted to get started in learning programming, in very simple terms,or tried a course and failed, this course is for you! However, if you have experience, this course may go a little too slow for you. In this course the topics covered will give a good base knowledge to begin to program in any language. We will learn so many concepts, beginning with programming logic. Learning will take place in short lectures, hands on practice, and practice quizzes. At the end of the course, you will be ready to start learning any programming language.
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Intro to programming
Created by Melissa Hallock
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You will learn
✓ Understand how computers store data and why we use data types
✓ Understand the difference between compilers and interpreters
✓ Understand how to create logical diagrams
✓ Explain the reasoning behind input, process, and output
✓ Understand why functions are used
✓ Understand what variables and arrays are used for
✓ Understand calculations and order of operations
✓ Understand decision and repetition structures, loops
✓ Understand boolean logic