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View Resource Computer Programming AAS

This one-page PDF document from the Jefferson Community and Technical College in Kentucky presents the course options and requirements for obtaining an AAS (Associate in Applied Science) degree in computer programming. General education, technical core, management, networking, and computer programming courses at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels are listed. This document would be...

View Resource The Basics of Programming Embedded Processors: Part 6

Because embedded systems must perform functions in real time, we often need to know how fast a program runs. The techniques we use to analyze program execution time are also helpful in analyzing properties such as power consumption. In this part in the series, we study how to analyze programs to estimate their run times. We also examine how to optimize programs to improve their execution times;...

View Resource The Basics of Programming Embedded Processors: Part 8

Power consumption is a particularly important design metric for battery-powered systems because the battery has a very limited lifetime. However, power consumption is increasingly important in systems that run off the power grid. Fast chips run hot, and controlling power consumption is an important element of increasing reliability and reducing system cost. How much control do we have over power...

View Resource ISR: Institute for Software Research: Open Source Software Development

This research group from the University of California at Irvine conducts "empirically-based studies of the processes, practices, and communities that develop open source software." The group's homepage includes many recent publications, including one that outlines several potential advantages of implementing major academic, commercial, or governmental software systems with open source practices...

View Resource Introducing Computer Programming in a Traditional Classroom

A unit that introduces some simple computer programming techniques in an informal manner to students in a traditional classroom. The mathematical topic included in the unit is the area of plane figures. Recommended for 7th and 8th grade General Mathematics, 9th grade Applied Mathematics, and 10th grade Consumer Mathematics and Plane Geometry.

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