Programming Methodology

Course Description

In this course, Standford Prof. Mehran Sahami gives an introduction to the engineering of computer applications emphasizing modern software engineering principles: object-oriented design, decomposition, encapsulation, abstraction, and testing. Uses the Java programming language. Emphasis is on good programming style and the built-in facilities of the Java language.

Programming Methodology
Prof. Mehran Sahami in lecture 4: "History of Computing"
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Afshin Ashrafy wrote 8 years ago.
Thank you Mehran agha for the vidoes you posted. I am a
computer science major and i wished i had you as my
professor when i was in college 12 years ago. I love your
teaching style.

Thank you,
Afshin


jjj wrote 9 years ago.
hi

brajeshsingh wrote 10 years ago.
some thing missing to view when projector is used
overall a good lecture


brajeshsingh wrote 10 years ago.
some thing missing to view when projector is used
overall a good lecture


brajeshsingh wrote 10 years ago.
some thing missing to view when projector is used
overall a good lecture


brajeshsingh wrote 10 years ago.
some thing missing to view when projector is used
overall a good lecture


brajeshsingh wrote 10 years ago.
u r absolutly best guy to teach anybody

Peter Thompson wrote 10 years ago.
First rate professor,
in fact truly great!!


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