Course Review #TC1017

--Originally published at Regular Blog

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A continuación les proporcionaré acceso a la liga del video review que hice con mucho amor, ahí explico lo que experimenté durante mi primer semestre de profesional en el área de ingenierías tomando la materia de “Soluciones de problemas con programación”.

Considero que aprendí bastante durante el curso, honestamente la programación no es de mis áreas favoritas, pero disfruté la clase gracias Ken Bauer ❤ además tuve la oportunidad de incrementar mi promedio y gracias a la autoevaluación probar mi integridad académica…

No me queda más que agradecer a Ken Bauer y hacerle llegar un saludo de parte de la comunidad de Tec Gear 6106 #BorregosFreseros


IDE

--Originally published at My TC1017 programming class

IDE stands for Integrated Development Environment. This are software programs or platforms used to program. They usually contain a code editor, a compiler (or interpreter) and a debugger. Since all of it is in the same interface, it becomes quite easy to use.

Unlike in our TC1017 class, in which we had an editor (Atom) and a terminal to compile (Bash in my case), IDEs have everything in one place, which means that just with the click of a button, you can compile and run your program, and with another, you can debug it without spending 5 hours of your life finding a semicolon.

In my case, I used NetBeans for programming in Java. I would recommend it, since it works, but the User Interface (UI) is not too friendly. I tried using it for TC1017, but after figuring out how to use C++, we were told that on the exam we were going to use a terminal to compile our programms, so I obviously did not use it.

Another good IDE that many people seem to recommend is Eclipse. I do not know much about it, but will leave the webpages below.

In conclusion, and IDE is basically a combination of tools that you would otherwise need to run manually. So, they are really helpful.

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Review for this course

--Originally published at Blog TC1017

Honestly, the past course was a big change for me and likely the others think the same. From the beginning I saw Ken as a different teacher, actually I do not think he is a teacher, he is something else more like a guide, he helped us with every doubt we could have to make our understanding a lot easier so we could resolve the exercises fluently. This course distinguishes from the others in a certain way, as we know there wasn’t any exercise or quiz that worth points ‘cause you know “Is not worth points”, the only thing that had a real value was our learning, it is up to you if you want to learn or not, I agree with Ken in the way of “grading”, it is weird to have an exam that is supposed to evaluate our knowledge that only make us nervous, also this will probably never be part of a real life situation so… yeah.

Hopefully, more people can experience this course, it is a very interesting way to gain new knowledge. Well I think that is everything I can say, so Thank You so much Ken. :D.


¿Qué haremos de proyecto final?

--Originally published at Programación con Ken

Mi compañero Rodrigo y yo haremos un programa para la resolución de problemas de física de MRU y MRUA. Este programa resolverá a partir de la velocidad inicial y distintos datos el cálculo de proyectiles, tanto su velocidad, altura máxima, alcance entre otras cosas.

El programa contará con un menú principal en donde contendrán cuatro opciones: Calculo del tiro, ver el resultado, ver los créditos y salir.

Más a parte contará con una animación. Semana 30 de Octubre a 5 de Noviembre Ver todas las fórmulas y esquematizar como va a ser el programa.

Semana del 6 al 12 de Noviembre Hacer todas las funciones del programa por separado Semana del 13 al 19 de Noviembre Juntar los programas y las librerías, en un programa con archivos. Y pulir el proyecto.


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--Originally published at Programación con Ken

Este programa lo hice al lado de mi mentor en este curso, mi compañero Montero. Hicimos la función llamada Euler que calculaba el número de una forma que usamos de internet. Después de entender como funciona la formula, pusimos cuantos decimales queríamos que tuviera la respuesta de Euler.

 

 

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