All the course materials are online and free! Here is the link to the course page: ; Some of the software. This course is the largest of the introductory programming courses and is one of the largest courses at Stanford. Topics focus on the introduction to the. View Notes – Course-Information from CS A at Stanford University. a short course reader of some 35 pages teaching the most basic of.

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CSA Lecture 1 Notes – DevFright

In your file’s comment header, list both partners’ names; also cite all sources of help, including books, web pages, friends, section leaders, etc. Also, exams in this course will be open-book, so it will be advantageous to own the book for reafer as a reference during exams.

This web site is out of date. Review of Interactors and Listeners Lecture Lectures Homework Sections Exams. The Loop and a Half Problem Lecture 7: Either way, the course looks to be created well so that whatever level you are at, you should benefit from taking it.

CS106A Lecture 1 Notes

You seem to be using a web browser that does not support JavaScript, or you may have a JavaScript blocker such as NoScript installed in your browser. Do not consult any assignment solutions that are not your pair’s own. When students at Stanford submit assignments they are graded out of a possible 8 options with a 9th option of a zero if nothing is submitted.


Please take steps to ensure that your pair’s work is not easily copied by others.

CS 106A: Programming Methodology (Java), Spring 2016

This is the course web site from a past quarter, Spring Prerequisites of CSA — ie… what do you need to know? But another resource never hurt anyone! Karel will only be used for a few lectures and after that, you will move in to the world of Java. PasteBin, DropBox, web forums. An Interface Lecture Good news is that it is free.

Although grades do not apply here, I still recommend striving for the top grades as it will force you to stretch yourself and put that extra effort in.

For example, at least one copy of this textbook has been made available for checkout from the Stanford Library reserves.

I really like the style of teaching of Mehran but being a novice in programming I have some difficulty! Please be advised that courses’ policies change with each new quarter and instructor.

As there are no prerequisites on this course, it could mean that you have to un-learn some styles and drop some bad habits. The GImage Class Lecture Even the simplest Hello Program is impossible to run using the methods proposed in the lectures and in the books!

Handout Information Lecture 2: Stanford recommend you download and install their version of Eclipse which includes some of the libraries you need to work with the course. This concept is awesome, ill thank you sir, for all your positive and dynamic lectures that get my programming entusiasmus to the top of all lectures i read till to these days.


Karel lives in a grid and can move around that grid when you issue him with commands. This site requires JavaScript in order to function properly. Skimming over the first few lectures it appears that the first assignment will be to have you control Karel to perform various tasks which vary in complexity. Also there’s another course outline available that seems to go along with it, not sure how helpful it’s going to be.

The staff and lecturers at Stanford can only help the students who are actually enrolled and attending Stanford. The books were written by a Stanford CS professor and targeted directly for this course, and it makes a useful supplement to the lecture and section presentations. Any information on this out-of-date page may not apply to you this quarter. Any redistribution, reproduction, transmission, or storage of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited without the authors’ expressed written permission.

CS A: Programming Methodology – Textbook

Any redistribution, reproduction, transmission, or storage of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited without the authors’ expressed written permission. Thank you, in advance.

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Students can purchase the textbook from the Stanford University Bookstore, which is our recommended place to purchase this textbook.