All of Programming

Bracy and Hilton
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All of Programming provides a platform for instructors to design courses which properly place their focus on the core fundamentals of programming, or to let a motivated student learn these skills independently. A student who masters the material in this book will not just be a competent C programmer, but also a competent programmer.  We teach students how to solve programming problems with a 7-step approach centered on thinking about how to develop an algorithm.   We also teach students to deeply understand how the code works by teaching students how to execute the code by hand.


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Andrew Hilton and Anne Bracy are teaching faculty at Duke University and Cornell University respectively.   Both authors have significant experience, and a deep passion for teaching novice programmers.
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Bracy and Hilton
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Published on
Aug 18, 2015
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Pages
732
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ISBN
9780996718202
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English
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Computers / Programming / General
Computers / Programming Languages / C
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