Introduction to Programming
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Introduction to Programming

A Beginner's Guide to Programming Concepts
3.4 (11 ratings)
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574 students enrolled
Created by Ricky Wahowa
Last updated 10/2016
English
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Includes:
  • 5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn programming concepts
  • Get equipped with the skills to learn any programming language
  • Get the courage to finally learn programming
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Requirements
  • Using a computer
  • This is one of those courses, I don’t mind if you will not follow along with me
  • If you have any questions, always feel free to let me know
Description

This introduction to programming course will teach you as much as is necessary about programming.

If you’ve ever felt like learning programming, this is a good course for you to start with . Watch this course before you embark on a journey to learn any new programming language as a beginner.

 

You will notice that I created this course with non- Computer Science students in mind. Nonetheless, new CS students should feel very free to join this course.

 

This course will equip you with the necessary skills and tools to go out and learn any new programming language.

 

I will continue adding  videos to  this Introduction to programming course.

Who is the target audience?
  • A beginning programmer (Self-taught programmer)
  • Non Computer Science and CS Students alike
  • Someone not sure which programming language to learn yet
  • Anyone can take this course
  • DON'T take this course if you already know these things. Go through the course curriculum on this page.
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Curriculum For This Course
60 Lectures
04:59:03
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Introduction and Welcome
2 Lectures 05:47

1 Introduction to programming course
03:24
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2 Introduction to Programming Concepts
10 Lectures 47:31

3 low level and high level languages
04:58

4 Compiled vs interpreted
03:19

5 compiled vs interpreted explained
04:23

6 Data Types
06:13

7 CPP Data Types
04:19

8 About Variables
03:56

9 Variables examples Illustrations
05:36

10 Variable example in JS
05:35

11 Constants in programming
05:05
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Second Part
9 Lectures 45:41
12 Operators
03:57



15 Unary ops
04:30

16 suffix v prefix operator
05:40

17 suffix v prefix operator demo
05:49

18 Relational operators
03:30

19 Logic Operators
06:59

20 Operator precedence
04:56
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Third Part
18 Lectures 01:23:51
21 Conditionals
02:58

22 if conditional
09:04

23 if else conditional
04:53

24 conditional else if
02:34

25 conditional if then example statement
07:20

26 conditional if then example two
06:13

27 Looping
03:11

28 While Loops
03:59

29 While Loop Implementation
05:05

30 do while
05:53

31 For Loop
03:51

32 Jump statements
02:17

33 Break statement example
03:54

34 Continue statement example
02:49

35 switch
03:13

36 A switch demo
04:24

37 the other switch demo
04:42

38 switch demo java
07:31
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Fourth Section
19 Lectures 01:46:49
39 comments
06:26

40 Comments clarifier
02:35

41 Arrays Intro
06:28

42 Arrays elem access
03:10

43 Arrays example Java
03:47

44 Arrays example Java continued
05:13

45 Arrays example Java For loop
03:08

46 Arrays example Java For loop
05:31

47 Arrays completed
01:09

48 Functions
06:24

49 Function example in CPP
09:19

50 Function example in JS
04:42

51 Function example in Python
04:22

52 so much more about functions
10:02

53 Errors Intro
06:42

54 Errors continued
05:42

55 Errors continue again
06:45

56 Errors Exception Handling
07:03

57 Errors Exception Handling example
08:21
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Conclusion Parts
2 Lectures 09:24
58 Conclusion - Adios Amigo
08:33

More Videos still coming
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About the Instructor
Ricky Wahowa
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147 Reviews
7,263 Students
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Hi there, My name is Ricky Wahowa. And I teach web development and closely related topics, on my website at Bizanosa.

In the time I have worked as a Freelance web developer, I have acquired lots of varied web design and development skills, Internet Marketing and Online Marketing techniques.

I need to teach you these skills so that you can use them for your own endeavors, or help other people and get paid for them. This is my mission.

I intend to part the knowledge I have, to you, one course at a time. I don’t intend to bombard you with a 60 Hour course that will bore you as soon as you get started. My goal is to incrementally improve your knowledge one course at a time.

What I learned in school, I learned even more in the web market. I have been gathering and continues to gather knowledge. To earn more, you need to learn more. More of the same thing or more in varied fields.

What will you learn from me?

In Web design and development

  • WordPress
  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JS
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  • Etc



iMarketing

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  • And more


I will tackle these topics incrementally. Follow my stuff on Udemy and you will grow with me.

Remember: My motto is, One Course at a time.

Feel free to get in touch with me.

Ricky Wahowa