Intermediate C Programming

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"… an excellent entryway into practical software development practices that will enable my beginning and even advanced students to be more productive in their day-to-day work by avoiding typical mistakes and by writing cleaner code … I wished I had this book some 20 years ago … the hands-on examples … are eye opening. I recommend this book to anyone who needs to write software beyond the tinkering level."
?From the Foreword by Gerhard Klimeck, Reilly Director of the Center for Predictive Materials and Devices and the Network for Computational Nanotechnology and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University; Fellow of the IOP, APS, and IEEE

"Intermediate C Programming bridges that critical gap between beginner and expert with clear examples in key areas. This book covers important concepts we use every day in industry when developing and debugging code."
?Harald Smit, Software Manager

"Higher order cognition occurs when one can analyze disparate parts of problems and issues or perform complicated operations. But advanced, critical thinking requires an assessment of how negative consequences can be avoided. In computer programming education, the leap between beginner-level recognition of syntax and artful, efficient language authoring occurs only when a student can regularly identify and predict likely errors in authored code. Intermediate C Programming provides essential lessons and practice in error analysis. By prioritizing debugging into each lesson, the author compels learners to consider the consequences of coding choices, one block at a time."
?David B. Nelson, Ph.D., Associate Director, Center for Instructional Excellence, Purdue University

"This well-written book provides the necessary tools and practical skills to turn students into seasoned programmers. It not only teaches students how to write good programs, but, more uniquely, also teaches them how to avoid writing bad programs. The inclusion of Linux operations and Versioning control as well as the coverage of applications and IDE build students’ confidence in taking control over large-scale software developments. At the end of this learning journey, students will possess the skills for helping others to debug their programs, an important step for building a new generation of programmers who are able to help one another in software development."
?Siau Cheng Khoo, Ph.D., National University of Singapore

"This book is unique in that it covers the C programming language from a bottom-up perspective, which is rare in programming books. Instead of starting with the high-level concepts, which easily get dry and uninspiring for students, the book begins with practical problems and progressively introduces the C concepts necessary to solve those problems. This means that students immediately understand how the language works from a very practical and pragmatic perspective."
?Niklas Elmqvist, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Program Director, Master of Science in Human–Computer Interaction, University of Maryland

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"Intermediate C Programming bridges that critical gap between beginner and expert with clear examples in key areas. This book covers important concepts we use every day in industry when developing and debugging code."
—Harald Smit, Software Manager

"Higher order cognition occurs when one can analyze disparate parts of problems and issues or perform complicated operations. But advanced, critical thinking requires an assessment of how negative consequences can be avoided. In computer programming education, the leap between beginner-level recognition of syntax and artful, efficient language authoring occurs only when a student can regularly identify and predict likely errors in authored code. Intermediate C Programming provides essential lessons and practice in error analysis. By prioritizing debugging into each lesson, the author compels learners to consider the consequences of coding choices, one block at a time."
—David B. Nelson, Ph.D., Associate Director, Center for Instructional Excellence, Purdue University

"This well-written book provides the necessary tools and practical skills to turn students into seasoned programmers. It not only teaches students how to write good programs, but, more uniquely, also teaches them how to avoid writing bad programs. The inclusion of Linux operations and Versioning control as well as the coverage of applications and IDE build students’ confidence in taking control over large-scale software developments. At the end of this learning journey, students will possess the skills for helping others to debug their programs, an important step for building a new generation of programmers who are able to help one another in software development."
—Siau Cheng Khoo, Ph.D., National University of Singapore

"This book is unique in that it covers the C programming language from a bottom-up perspective, which is rare in programming books. Instead of starting with the high-level concepts, which easily get dry and uninspiring for students, the book begins with practical problems and progressively introduces the C concepts necessary to solve those problems. This means that students immediately understand how the language works from a very practical and pragmatic perspective."
—Niklas Elmqvist, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Program Director, Master of Science in Human–Computer Interaction, University of Maryland

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Verlag: Taylor & Francis Inc Jul 2015 (2015)
ISBN 10: 1498711634 ISBN 13: 9781498711630
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Buchbeschreibung Taylor & Francis Inc Jul 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 180x254x27 mm. Neuware - 498 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781498711630

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