2010 Course Handbook
COMP229: Object-Oriented Programming Practices
Object-oriented programming is a key technology for modern computing. This unit bridges the gap between introductory programming and larger multi-person projects by considering the use of object-oriented techniques to produce intermediate sized software. Practical exercises emphasise the importance of programming practices such as appropriate documentation, systematic approaches to debugging and testing, and the use of software development tools. The unit is taught using Java.
E2 - Evening; Offered in the second half-year
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Department of Computing
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