Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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Flipped student…

This is the post for the video about Ken’s course:

See you next time…

I have done the final project… It was hard enough to make me read and search a lot. I have improved my engineer, English and student skills doing this. I want to thank Ken and all the people who helped me with this one. We made a video for this, is over here: An image […]

This will be done!

Ken told us to report every single thing in order to show our work… I think I know the key for the resizing thing, I just have to evaluate the color of the pixels in groups of four, and put them a color in the average. I’ll try it, if it works, this course will […]

The final dash 2.0

This is the last day of the course… I have done all the masteries and all the WSQ’s. So I have to do: -The video for extra points about Ken’s course. -The Final Project, I’m working on it and I already have one part completed, but I still fighting with the resizing part. This is […]

The Final Project. I’m on it!

Okay, this is hard, but God sent me this: That document literally saved my life, now I have done the first part: I just have to finish the other thing about resize it and this course will be over. I have until Wednesday, so let’s work harder. Good luck for everyone.

Mastery 6

I did not have the time for make a video about this, but one point for this Mastery would be okay:
I have successfully installed Linux (Ubuntu) on my own computer:

 

Mastery 5

Demonstrate use of Linux sufficient for quizzes/exams: This one was kind of difficult to express in a video. So I wrote a poem for Linux, it deserves it. Here it is:   Sofisticado, libre y lleno de ambición; para programadores la mejor opción. Fácil manipulación y un uso sencillo, entendible y agradable para cualquier pillo. […]

Masteries 15 & 16

Use of the conditional “if” Use of “else” with a conditional

Mastery 17

Use of “switch” as a conditional

Masteries 18 & 20

Nesting of conditional statements

What should you work on?

Week #12 and more partial exams for you.

For this week's readings:
C++ (TC1017) should either be looking at support for your project, ImageMagick C++ libraries are a good start.
Python (TC1014) should be finishing chapter 11 (Dictionaries).