The Division of Computer Programming supports all learning endeavors involved with the methodology behind programming, software abstraction, algorithms, data structures, design, testing, and maintenance of computer software.
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- J ansari -- (Computer Science)
- Tomy Satria Alasi -- Matlab & MySQL To Data Mining, Expert System !
- CQuinton (talk) (Perl, PHP, Python... help with Intro to Programming and Computer science in general)
- — Sam Wilson ( Talk • Contribs ) … 22:53, 16 March 2014 (UTC)
- Since 14 October 2014 with Dedicated Programming Compiler --Marshallsumter (discuss • contribs) 17:12, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
- Aepex (Computer Science)
- AmiDaniel -- VB6, Java, various others
- Aneeyh (Beginner: C, C++, HTML, PHP)
- Brandon Stanton -- C++, HTML/HTML5, CSS, Java, and whatever else I can learn!
- Charles Mwiyeretsi ( SQL, Java, PHP, C, CSS...)
- User: CraigAthens (Beginner: Python,Java. Needs help)
- Cslashb HTML, CSS & Visual Basic, learning Java, C# & C++
- CSYoung (Beginner)
- Dayne (Computer Programming)
- Devourer09 (Computer Science)
- Donald McLean -- Introduction to Programming and the companion course Introduction to Programming in Java
- Ernie.cordell 19:08, 1 February 2011 (UTC) (serious computer scientist)
- forbesbuck 15:00, 8 Dec 2010 (just looking to learn code)
- Gadaba ( SQL, Java, PHP, C, CSS...,Game Design)
- Girish Pandit(Java, J2EE, SOA, Data Structures, Design Patterns,Database, PHP)
- Hillgentleman--interested to learn PHP
- Hitesh Kumar
- imus.cavite (inspired beginner)
- JaK81600 (Computer Science)
- Jekrox (QB, HTML, Visual Basic)
- JordanP (Beginner: CSS, HTML, XHTML, Python, PHP, Flash, Java)
- Josh Sandlin (Linux Programming)
- Mark Roberts (Computer Science)
- Mathieu (LAMP, C, Java, HTML, CSS beginner)
- Michael Billington (talk • contribs) (VB6, C, and apparently PHP)
- NickSentowski (talk)
- OMouse (D programming language, general proof-reading and filling in the gaps)
- Pedro Gonnet (talk)
- Peter Rawsthorne (LAMP beginner)
- Prototype (Visual Basic, HTML, PHP + SQL)
- Punk Boi 8
- Quasar (talk)(C Programming, C++, Data Structures, Java)
- raghunandanan 05:05, 9 May 2007 (UTC) a beginner
- Rbhagwandin 16:34, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- Richard2me (Computer Science)
- Vinod Tiwari -- Java programing, HTML, CSS, XML, Database
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- May 12, 2015 — The department is doing general cleanup of all its resources.
- March 3, 2015 — Python has gone under active development in recent months and is looking for more contributors!
- March 17, 2014 — New layout for the Division's home page.
- May 14, 2007 — New programming language added (D) and lesson numbers for programming languages updated.
- September 16, 2006 — Department upgraded to division
- August 20, 2006 — Department founded!
- 15 January 2018 3D Modelling announced on Main Page News.
- 11 January 2018 Boolean domain announced on Main Page News.
- 1 January 2018 Python Concepts announced on Main Page News.
- 22 December 2017 HTML and CSS course announced on Main Page News.
- 6 November 2017 Legendre differential equation announced on Main Page News.
- 31 August 2017 Minimal negation operator announced on Main Page News.
- 2 July 2017 Reed–Solomon codes for coders announced on Main Page News.
- 26 January 2017 Quadratic Equation announced on Main Page News.
- 30 November 2016 Python Programming announced on Main Page News.
- April 2015 IT Fundamentals announced on Main Page News.
Introduction to Programming • Introduction to Programming Logic • Object-Oriented Programming • Functional Programming • Logic Programming Android programming
- Category:Programming at Wikia.com
- LearnStreet - Free online programming tutorials & practice exercises
- Introduction to Programs(khanacademy.org)
- Google Summer of Code 2015
- Google's University Consortium
- Collaborative UML Designer
- eXtreme Collaborative Development Environment
- Collection of programming books and courses
- "A curated and annotated list of resources for learning programming and computer science."
- C (A well-developed course.)
- C++ (A well-developed course with a lot of contributors and learners.)
- HTML (A markup language!)
- Java (Largest Wikiversity programming language course.)
- Lua (A nicely developed course.)
- Visual Basic
- Visual Basic .NET
- Windows PowerShell
- XML (A markup language!)
Windows Programming • WINAPI Programming • MS 70-536 Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 - Application Development Foundation - using Mono • Visual Basic .NET 2005
Web Programming •Web Development with Webmachine for Erlang • Functional UI Development with ReactJS
Specialized programming environments
MOO - object oriented techniques for Multi-User Domain environments.
|Wikibooks has a book on the topic of Programming.|
Java Programming • C++ Programming • C Programming • D Programming • XForms • XQuery
Vector analysis • Object Oriented Software Design • UML • Personal Software Process
MediaWiki Project - from introductory HTML to advanced MediaWiki • CisLunarFreighter (Game Development Project)
Literature on programming exercises
- Exercise design for introductory programming : "Learn-by-Doing" basic O-O-concepts using Inverted Curriculum Marcel Kessler. Master thesis, ETH Zürich, 2004; ETH, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich, Department of Computer Science, Chair of Software Engineering, 2004.
Computing Fundamentals • Introduction to Computer Science • Creating a Development Environment • Introduction to Programming • Introduction to Programming Logic • Naming conventions • Procedure Oriented Programming
At least one topic in Procedure Oriented languages
BASIC • C • Object-Oriented Programming
At least Two object-oriented languages.
At least one topic in functional languages.
Common Lisp • Scheme • Clojure • Haskell • F#
At least one topic in web-based standards.
At least one topic in Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS).
Oracle • MySQL • MS SQL Server • PostgreSQL • Sybase
At least one other topic in computer programming languages.
Perl • Python • Ruby • VB6 • REALbasic • Turing
Or another web based language or standard:
Algorithms and Data Structures • Time management for programmers
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