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The [course_title] is designed to provide you with an understanding of the key competencies involved in business analysis, as well as the theoretical concepts and practical aspects associated with the ICT industry. It will enable you to develop a critical awareness of the strategies and methodologies used in providing computerized solutions to business-related problems. You will gain the ability and sensitivity to plan, design, implement and review a project using the necessary supervisory, interpersonal and project management skills.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Open Culture

Course Curriculum

Module 01
Lecture 1: Higher Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW 2008 00:52:00
Lecture 2: Inside a computer – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:00:00
Lecture 3: Machine Code – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:56:00
Lecture 4: Simple C Program – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:47:00
Lecture 5: Clarity (C programming #2) – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:46:00
Lecture 6: Solving Problems – Richard Buckland UNSW 2008 00:53:00
Lecture 7: Side Effects – Richard Buckland UNSW 2008 00:03:00
Module 02
Lecture 8: writing a simple C program – Richard Buckland 01:01:00
Revision Lecture 8.1: COMP1917 Higher Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:03:00
Revision Lecture 8.2: COMP1917 Higher Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:11:00
Lecture 9: A simple recursive function – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:03:00
Lecture 10: Functions – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:39:00
Lecture 11: What to do when things go wrong? Richard Buckland UNSW 00:43:00
Lecture 12.1: The mechanics of function calls – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:11:00
Module 03
Lecture 12.2: The mechanics of function calls (part 2) – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:24:00
Lecture 12.3: The Amazing Alan Turing – Richard Buckland (extension lecture) UNSW 2008 00:26:00
Lecture 13: COMP1917 Higher Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:07:00
Lecture 14: The Turing Test – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:37:00
15: UNSW COMP1917 Higher Computing 2008 S1W4L3 01:05:00
16: Frames (revision) – Richard Buckland (UNSW) 00:32:00
Module 04
17: Arrays (part 1) – Tim Lambert UNSW 00:07:00
18: Arrays (part 2) – Tim Lambert UNSW 00:43:00
19: Pass by reference: Arrays#3 – Tim Lambert UNSW 00:53:00
20: Game design – Malcolm Ryan UNSW 00:37:00
21:Everything u need 2 know about pointers -Richard Buckland 00:49:00
22: The most important thing – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:57:00
23: Stack Frames – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:59:00
Lecture 24: eXtreme Programming – Richard Buckland 00:45:00
Module 05
25: A Miracle – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:53:00
26: Programming in the Large – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:51:00
27: Stress – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:02:00
Lecture 28: Random Numbers – Richard Buckland UNSW (2008) 00:42:00
Lecture 29: The Trouble with Concrete Types – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:57:00
30: Abstract Data Types in C – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:45:00
31a: The Major Project – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:31:00
Module 06
31b: Task2 rewritten as an ADT – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:34:00
Lecture 32: Steganography (hidden messages) – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:32:00
33: Don’t give up – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:06:00
Lecture 34: The Australian National Anthem – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:34:00
Lecture 35: Linked Lists – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:45:00
Lecture 36: Experimenting with CMOS – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:48:00
Module 07
38: Complexity & Trees – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:47:00
Lecture 39: Programming errors – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:02:00
40: taste of Graphics – Tim Lambert, Yose Widjaja UNSW 00:34:00
41: Sample Tree Code: loop detection – Richard Buckland UNSW 2008 01:05:00
Lecture 42: Ethics – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:34:00
43: Hamming Error Correcting Code – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:38:00
Module 08
44: Professionalism – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:06:00
Lecture 45: What makes a good programmer? – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:55:00
Lecture 46: The entire semester in 46 minutes and 2 seconds – Richard Buckland 00:46:00
47: Learning and Teaching Computing – Richard Buckland UNSW 00:41:00
48: The strange case of the erotic kiss – Richard Buckland UNSW 01:00:00
Module 09
Coding Samples C: extracting digits using % /, recursion 00:38:00
Coding Samples B: scope, pass by copy 00:17:00
Coding Samples A: xcode, .hfiles 00:23:00
Gamification and The Joy of Learning – Richard Buckland 00:04:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00
Module 10

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