If you wish to communicate technically with programming teams or wish to code a bit yourself, this course is for you. Most programming languages have many similarities. Knowing what’s common between all programming languages will help non-programmers communicate more efficiently with programmers and help aspiring programmers get started or transition into a new programming language.
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Course OutlineUnit 1: Variables
• Variable Names
• Hash tables
• Queues and stacks
• Links and linked lists
• Trees and graphs
• Functionality and readability
Learner OutcomesCourse Outcomes
• To address the relationship between the user and the program.
• To gain a knowledge of data, the interaction between the end user the program and the data and the technologies used to organize data.
• To explore the numerous programming environments, libraries, frameworks and technologies commonly used for programs on all platforms.
• Know the basics of programming
• Be better able to communicate more effectively with programmers
• Position yourself for career advancement with the basic knowledge of programming and your learned skills in working with programmers.
Applies Towards the Following Digital Badges
- Programming for Non-Programmers Digital Badge - Online : Required Courses