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  University of Washington, Bothell;   Computing & Software Systems
  CSS 161 Section C - Fundamentals of Computing - Spring 2013

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Lecture:   Dr. Carol Zander   zander@u.washington.edu
                                      ( http://faculty.washington.edu/zander )
Lab:   Rob Nash   rynn@u.washington.edu

Introduction to programming concepts within social, cultural, scientific, mathematical, and technological concepts. Topics include programming fundamentals (control structures, data types and representation, operations, functions and parameters), computer organization, algorithmic thinking, introductory software engineering concepts (specifications, design, testing), and social and professional issues (history, ethics, applications).


Scores for spring 2013

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-- Don't carry on a personal conversation.


Announcements:   Do not allow non-CSS students in the labs (most importantly so they will not consume our resources). If resource consumption is abused, your lab fee will be increased.