Spring 2006 Computer Skills and Concepts
FINAL EXAM Classes scheduled for 4:00 M W F
We will have our exam in that slot: 3-4:50 p.m. Wednesday, May 3
- CHOOSE A GOOD PLAN requires having two or more plans: Waggle Dancing Bees and problem solving and programming.
(Why Mr. Staypuft was the form of Gozur the Gozerian, the destructor,
as the first thing that popped into Dr. Raymond Stantz's head).
- The Ghostbuster's movie as a metaphor for
programming, problem solving and troubleshooting computers.
- About the 2nd Midterm Exam
and Friday, March 31st class. You got this as an email note.
- One Random number output.
- Two One loop.
- Three Nested loops, stagger
pattern. Leading spaces are done with the inner loop.
- FourFlying geese pattern, via
more nested loops.
- Open New Windows and
Animation of Images using
- Assignment from Textbook,
chapters 8 and 9 problems.
- Know the FOUR
GENERATIONS of Computers, as to the key hardware component
characterizing each. Vacuum tubes, transistors, integrated circuits,
- If you wish to connect to one of the cowboy.cns.uni.edu computers
from off campus, download the
SSH Secure Shell
software from the UNI free and shared software site. It is in the
Secure Telnet row of the grid.
- Web Pages (two of them) assignment
#1. Due February 24th, tentatively. May be extended or simplified.
Caesar's Cipher and
Encryption background. What is the secret key? What is plain
text? What is cipher text? (Your EXCEL assignment will decrypt eleven
encrypted four letter words from cipher text back to plain text.
Excel Review of Friday, January 27th
hands on class, and other resources.
Excel and Ghostbusters lecture/demo
review of Wednesday, January 25th class. Great preview for Friday
lab class, where we will do some Excel and some HTML and cowboy tasks.
(file is named: emailOneSpr2006.txt) about lab class and with
partial review of class #2 (Wednesday 01/11/06)
The 810:021 Spring/Summer 1999
Computer Skills and Concepts web page.
The 810:021 Spring 2001 810:021 page.
The 810:021 Spring 2002 810:021 page.
The 810:021 Spring 2003 810:021 page.