Level 3 Course Work
Boom. Cool Stuff. This course will open your mind if you let it. Big ideas start with assembly of little ones.
1. Review Exercises
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Course content of this page was designed using the BC ministry of education guidelines and introductory courses in computer sciences from the following Universities:
University of Toronto
University of Waterloo
University of Victoria
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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2. More about Files - CSV and custom Libraries
3. List Comprehensions
5. Project Pile Projects
6. Web Scraping
8. Fun with MatLib Library
8. Object Oriented Programming
10. 2-Dimensional Arrays (Lists)
11. Sorting Algorithms
ONLY 9-14 Exercises are mandatory. Exercises before that are last year's for your reference
Please click on the link above to get an understanding of WHY we are exploring this topic (mandatory)!
Then as you go through the assignment use the videos to the right to help you understand each of the of the sorting techniques. The notes I've provided are great, but the videos are great too.
12. Binary, Memory, and Hardware Structures
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Proper Content and Exercises Coming Soon!
This will be an exciting new section covering these important Computer Science topics:
What is Binary? Why is it the language of computers?
ASCII code, Hexadecimal
Basic Hardware architecture
13. Advanced Data Structures (Trees)
14. Connecting Python with the Real World
15. Solving Problems with Data Structures and Algorithms
Getting This a great group of Lessons, Exercises, and Videos, that covers introductory Data Structures and Algorithms
Big O notation
Get Please complete the following sections:
6.0 - 6.15
16. AP Computer Science