SDSU CS 535 Object-Oriented Programming
Fall Semester, 2003
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CS 535 Object Oriented Programming & Design Fall 2003

InstructorRoger Whitney
Office Hours4:00-5:15 pm Tuesday, Thursday
7:00-7:45 pm Tuesday, Thursday

Course WWW Site:
All course handouts will be delivered via WWW at the above URL.

Texts: Object-Oriented Design Heuristics, Riel
VisualWorks Application Developer's Guide

Optional Text: Smalltalk Best Practice Patterns, Kent Beck

Course mailing list: A list server is used to email important messages to students in the course. Instructions for subscribing are on-line at the course web site.

Prerequisites: CS310 (Data Structures), CS320 (Programming Languages)

Grading: All programs will be done in Smalltalk, which will be covered in the course. Your grade in this course will be determined as follows:

Homework, Programs
Exam (1) Oct 28

Late Policy: Late homework will be accepted, but with a penalty. An assignment turned in 1-7 days late, will lose 3% of the total value of the assignment per day late. The eight day late the penalty will be 40% of the assignment, the ninth day late the penalty will be 60%, after the ninth day late the penalty will be 80%. Once a solution to an assignment has been posted or discussed in class, the assignment will no longer be accepted. Late penalties are always rounded up to the next integer value.

Email & Assignments: Hard copy of each assignment is to be turned during class. Due to the size of the class and past problems with formatting student’s emailed assignments emailing assignments is discouraged. Any emailed assignment will incur a 4% penalty, formatting problems (which will result in losing points) are the responsibility of the student and assignment deadlines are strictly enforced on emailed assignments.

No Extra Credit : There will not be any extra credit assignments. There will not be any extra credit problems in the assignments.

Cheating: Any one caught cheating will receive an F in the course.

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