Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay
This site contains a collection of lectures, assignments, and instructor materials for teaching software engineering or development, at an intermediate level. It is assumed that students already know basic software engineering terms and skills.
Materials are used for the ITEC 3870 Software Development II course taught at Georgia Gwinnett College . They were developed by Cengiz Gunay and Anca Doloc-Mihu , supported by an Affordable Learning Georgia grant in 2019-2020.
Some materials are courtesy of Joan Smith, Eugene Agichstein, and the Internets. Slides are offered with the license: CC BY-SA 4.0 .
To modify and use these materials in your classes, access the original publication, then fork the Github repository or use the edit link at the bottom right of each page.
David Gibson and Noel Rojas
This text and accompanying solutions to exercises covers a second course in computing at Valdosta State University. The first five chapters cover the basics of object-oriented programing. The remaining chapters cover various basic topics that build on the first five chapters. This text and accompanying solutions was developed by Dr. David R. Gibson under a grant by the University System of Georgia's Affordable Learning Grant, Round 19. This work is licensed under Creative Commons. Any questions should be directed to Dr. Gibson to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This open textbook for Principles of Programming II classes is developed under a Round 19 Transformation Grant.
Hyesung Park, Wei Jin, Na'el Abu-Halaweh, Tacksoo Im, Sonal Dekhane, Richard Price, and Robert Lutz
This web-based text on the basics of programming includes the following topics:
- Binary Numbers
- Data Types
- Object Oriented Programming
This set of materials was updated as part of a Continuous Improvement Grant in Fall 2023.