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‘#Mastery5’ Articles at TC101 Fall 2015
Introduction to Programming Python and C++

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Mastery5 & Mastery6

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Demonstrate use of Linux sufficient for quizzes/exams
Install Linux on their own computer

You can find my video here:

Mastery 5 and 6

Demonstrate use of Linux sufficient for quizzes/exams
Install Linux on their own computer

Here is the link to my code:

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. […]

Demonstrate use of Linux sufficient for quizzes/ exams #Mastery5

Hi! Using Linux turns to be somehow different than Windows. For quizzes and exams the terminal used presents the intended directory in a simpler way, in my case just by typing cd Escritorio/. Also something different is that the file created after compiling the code is a .out instead of a .exe used by Windows. With that I could code and test my codes so it’s sufficient knowledge of the platform.


Submit work via GitHub.

As you might have noticed in my past post, sometimes I like posting my Codes of the tutorials that I made in a GitHub account. But you can tell me, what’s the special thing with GitHub? Well, imagine that it… Continue Reading →

Masteries 5 & 6

Hi again! Here’s my video for masteries 5 & 6. I’m sorry for the awful edition and also for the excessive use of the Benny Hill’s Theme. I hope you like the video even with that stuff.

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).