Level 2 Advanced Programming and Problem Solving
This section of the course will help you develop your ability designing, understanding, and implementing common computer programming algorithms and prepare you for the CCC (Canadian Computer Programming Competition)
1. Getting Started
Welcome! If you have joined Level 2 Programming at WSS, you are here because you have have done some python programming in the past and you are keen to use your knowledge to build applications and solve problems.
This section of the course will guide you through several programming challenges and projects designed to hone your skill and expose you to new techniques in programming .
Green Dots indicate items that must be handed in.
Due: See Google Classroom
Depending on when joined Level 2 you may be out of practice with your Python.
Please do the assignment below. If you haven't completed ALL the assignments from Level 1, please complete them and include them with the your solutions for the review exercises.
2. Slicing Revisited
Blue stars indicate important lessons that MUST be viewed.
Don't remember slicing? Please complete the following Assignment and watch the videos.
Learning how to manipulate Lists and Strings with ease is an important programming skill.
4. Challenge Set#1
Waterloo Challenge Sets!
Most these Challenge Problem Sets have been taken or adapted from the University of Waterloo Canadian Computing Competitions.
These contests are designed by top experts in the field and are intended to expose you to useful programming techniques and ideas.
Plus they're kinda fun!
This First one should be pretty easy.
Canadian Computing Challenge (Feb)
5. Python Project Pile Projects
Welcome to the Project Pile.
In addition to the regular Advanced Python Problem Sets. You are responsible for completeing at least 7 of the the projects listed in the project pile. Links in the the other resources section have been provided to help you out. Don't be afraid to search for help on the net for assistance.
Remember to use your project planning techniques we have discussed in class.
Intro to 2D lists:
This symbol indicates recommend review materials