BIRMINGHAM — Computer course topics at Birmingham Computer course

This is part one of a two-part series on the computer course.

Topics include: What is a Computer Programmer?

How do you get started?

How can you teach someone to program?

What are the basic skills to teach?

How are you different than someone who is a programmer?

How would you teach a student to be a Computer Programming Language (CPL)?

What is an open source project?

How does open source work?

What is open source software?

What can you learn about open source?

How much software do I need to learn?

How to become a Computer Science major?

What do you do if you get sick or if you have a health problem?

How did you find out about this course?

What kind of information do I get?

What questions should I ask?

How is a student supposed to use this course, and what should I expect?

How long will I be learning?

Where do I go for help if I don’t like it?

Who should I contact?

Can I ask questions?

What happens if I get a problem?

What if I make a mistake?

What should I know about open software?

Who can I talk to?

How will I feel about the course?

How about when I graduate?

What about when my degree is over?

How many courses does this course cover?

How often do I have to take this course each year?

Where can I find out more about this program?