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j1-2k7-mtT09: Teaching Java: from High School Student to Professional Developer

May 8, 2007



Presentation by Bruce Quig & Ian Utting




It goes without saying that programming is the key skill for software development professionals. It is also, traditionally, very hard to teach and learn. This talk by Ian Utting will introduce a set of free tools designed to introduce students to OO programming via Java in High Schools (Greenfoot), at the start of the University careers (BlueJ), and as they progress towards using full-scale professional IDEs (NetBeans/BlueJ Edition).

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