Weekly Schedule 20111 - OOP344

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OOP344 -- Weekly Schedule 2011/1 (Winter Semester)

Week 1 - Jan 9

This Week

  • Introduction to Open Source development.
  • Collaboration Tools:

To Do

Due date: January 15th , 23:59 (11:59pm)

Form a team of 3 to 5 students and select a name for your team. (members can be from both sections of oop344)

  1. Create an account on this wiki, (please use your seneca email id for your wiki id)
  2. Join the IRC by registering your nickname on freenode server and joining the #seneca-oop344 channel for 344 related dialog
    Additional channels of interest: #seneca to interact with all Seneca students participating in opensource projects, and #seneca-social for Social (off-topic) dialog.
  3. Create a blog (if you don't already have one)
  4. Add your name to the OOP344 Student List
  5. Download SVN and check out the OOP344 repo(svn://zenit.senecac.on.ca/oop344) to get the notes done in class (userid: "oop344", no password)
  6. Create you team page using provided template

Resources

Week 2 - Jan 16

This Week

  • Finalizing team members
  • 144/244 review and more
    • Basic Data Types
    • Addresses and Pointers
  • Preprocessor Directives
  • Console IO
    • ncurses (Linux)
    • curses (Mac/AIX)
    • conio/windows.h (Windows)
    • conio.h (Borland?)
  • Prj 0.1 startup
    IO lib (BIO)

To Do

Due date: January 24nd , 23:59 (11:59pm)

  • Finalize your teams and indicate it on the team page.
  • Verify and Correct your team name in the Teams' List page, following the format indicated.

Resources

  • Practical Programming Techniques Using C++
    Preprocessor Directives page 3
    Basic Data Types Page 21
    Addresses and Pointers Page 28
    Direct Terminal IO page 12

Week 3 - Jan 23

This Week

  • C review
  • BIO (continued)
  • Using SVN Repository

To Do

    • Start Date: Saturday, January 29th, 2011
      Due Date  : Friday, February 4th, 2011
  • "Watch" all the important pages.
  1. Make sure you verified your email account already.
  2. Click on "my preferences" on top of the screen.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click "E-mail me when a page on my watchlist is changed".
  4. Save your changes and go to the pages that you wish to watch and click on "watch" on the top of the screen.
  5. Strongly suggest to watch: the current page, Project 20111 - OOP344, and OOP344 Student Resources

Resources

Week 4 - Jan 30

This Week

  • Pointers, Arithmetic
  • Arrays, (Multi-dimensional)
  • BIO complex functions (continued)
  • Generic pointers (void pointers)

To Do

  • complete R0.1 if not done already
  • re-evaluate your team (see who is in and who is not)
  • complex bio function due on Thu Feb 17th 23:59

Resources

  • Practical programming techniques in C++
    Multi-Dim Arrays 26
    Addresses and pointer 28
    Pointer arithmetic 29
  • Helper image for bio_edit

Week 5 - Feb 6

This Week

  • Pointers to functions
  • typedef
  • struct, enum, union
  • variable argument list
  • real syntax of main

To Do

  • complex bio function due on Thu Feb 17th 23:59

Resources

  • Practical Programming Techniques Using C++
    pointer to functions page 35
    Creating custom datatype names (typedef) page 41
    struct, union, enum page 37
    real syntax of main 58
    variable argument list 61

Week 6 - Feb 13

This Week

  • Friday class will be on IRC, freenode.net server, #seneca-oop344 Channel from 9:30 to 11:30
  • declaration modifiers
    static, const, register....
  • control flow,
  • recursive algorithms
  • moving to cpp
    • default parameters
    • namespaces

To Do

  • complex bio function due on Thu Feb 17th 23:59

Resources

Week 7 - Feb 20

This Week

  • Dynamic memory allocation review
  • forward declaration
  • linked lists
  • R0.7 will be out

To Do

  • Reorganize your teams
    re-group if needed
    layoff those who are inactive
  • Add buffering to bio basic function from Fardad's code

Resources

Week 8 - Feb 27 (Study break)

This Week

  • R0.4 due end of the week
    mock-up (hollow) classes and more

To Do

  • Reorganize your teams
    re-group if needed
    layoff those who are inactive


Resources

Week 9 - Mar 6

This Week

  • Project review
  • Midterm test on Fri, March 11th

To Do

Resources

Week 10 - Mar 13

This week

  • Streams
  • binary operations

To Do

  • R0.3 and R0.35 due
  • Team Regrouping Email
  • Write this function and blog about it
void SetBitPattern(unsigned int& V, const char* pattern, int startBitIndex);
SetBitPattern(I, "01101111", 4);
// Startingf from bit 4 it will set the bits of I to the incoming pattern

Resources

week 11 - Mar 20

This week

  • Binary file access
  • Templates

To Do

  • Tue march 29 R4.0 is due
  • Set up meeting with Fardad if you need help with any part of the R4.0 release
    meeting can be: On IRC, Skype, Office

Resources

  • Practical Programming Techniques using C++ - Binary file access page 77
  • Practical Programming Techniques using C++ - Templates pages 85, 86
  • Practical Programming Techniques using C++ - Inline Functions page 84

Week 12 - Mar 27

This week

  • Test 2 - APRIL FOOLS!
  • Multiple Inheritance
  • Exception Handling
  • Project review

To Do

  • Study for test 2
  • Complete R4.0

Resources

  • Practical Programming Tech. Using C++
    Multiple Inheritance Page 94
    Exception Handling page 99

Week 13 - Apr 3

This week

  • Casting and Runtime Type information
  • Standard Templates

To Do

  • Finalize IO classes and start working on the App

Resources

Week 14 - Apr 10

This Week

  • Final exam April 18

To Do

Resources

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