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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Computer Programming Class. Sign Up Now!

Beginning Cocoa Programming
CPC1

For Students in Grade 7 and Up.


Class Description:
This class will teach the fundamentals of object oriented programming using Cocoa, Apple's premier programming language. The first half of the class will be focused on
understanding object oriented programming and how a computer program uses objects to store information and display it to the user.

Students will learn about various Cocoa classes, their methods and Cocoa syntax. The second half of the class will be centered around creating programs for the Space Center.

This class is for serious students that have an interest in programming and are committed to the entire 12 class session course. Your Saturday mornings must be open.

Class Goal:
To develop computer programmers capable of programming futuristic starship controls for use at the Space Center.

When: Saturdays, 10-11:30 A.M. Starting November 20, 2010. Ending Feb. 2011.

Where: Space Center. North Computer Lab.

Sessions: 12 class course. Attendance at every class is critical but not required.

Cost: Free

Enrollment: By telephone only. Please call the Space Center after 2:00 P.M. and ask for Mr. Williamson (801.785.8713).


Advanced Cocoa Programming Class
CPC2


Class Description:
This class is for students who already have a fundamental knowledge of Cocoa. This class will be focused on problem solving skills and program development skills.

Class Goal:
Students will construct Space Center themed projects and learn how to develop an idea and turn it into a finished product.

When: Saturdays, 10-11:30 A.M. Starting March 2011. Enrollment for the advanced class will take place in April. Watch the Blog for more information.

Where: Space Center North Computer Lab
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