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CSS 341 - Fundamentals of Programming Theory and Applications

Fundamental concepts and techniques for analysis, design and implementation of computer programming.   Prerequisite: One programming course.

Links to Course Information (Winter 2006)
Course Syllabus        
Labs and Information
Grading Rubric for Labs
Course Notes & Practice Problems
Sample Code

Other Useful Links
VBScript Unleashed
Microsoft Scripting Page
Microsoft Office Developer Center

UWB Quantitative Skills Center
UWB Writing Center

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