We will use the NetBeans IDE (Interactive Development Environment) as the primary tool for code development in this class. Your code will need to compile and run under the NetBeans Java SE environment. For Fall 2017, you will need NetBeans 8.2 Java SE which should be the current version for the NetBeans download.
You can access NetBeans at netbeans.org. You should download the IDE to your machine to do your code development.
If you need the Java Platform (JDK) installation with NetBeans then do your installation from the Oracle website to get NetBeans with the JDK for your computer.
Come to class! It's fun!
Blackboard at elearn.uta.edu
Use Blackboard for submitting homework and
to view the lecture captures on the Echo360 ALP link.
When Dr. T does code examples in class, these will be put on the web with a link here.
Java code examples
This is a link to find copies of the examples Dr. T does in class.
She will try to keep this updated but remind her if she forgets. (last updated Sep 29)
Handy dandy reference for labs
How to save programs from NetBeans Reference page to help assemble your lab submission
Main Test 1 topics CSE1310 Fall 17 Tiernan
CSE1310 test topics
Test topics for Test 1
Test from previous semesters
This is a link to find copies of old test from Dr. T's 1310 classes.
The 1310 TAs (teaching assistants) for all of the Fall sections will be available to help you during the week. They may hold lab times in the Engineering Research Building (ERB) in a computer lab. If that is set up, then you will be able to come in with you questions and your laptop during ANY TAs lab time for help. The classes will not all have the same assignments but any TA should be able to assist you with our assignments.
NEWS FLASH! Days, times and locations for 1310 lab assistance
is listed on the
calender at http://vlm1.uta.edu/~cconly/teaching/cse1310_fall2017/lab_hours.html
Be sure to check each day before you go to make sure that the lab is staffed at the time you want.
Also note that the 1310 TAs may be using different labs on different days so check that as well.
References you might eventually need for Java:
Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 8 Links to all Java SE 8 documentation
Java Platform, Standard Edition 8, API Specification
Java Platform, Standard Edition 8 Documentation
Also, you can get started with Javadoc using the Wikipedia article and there is a simple tutorial page at
https://students.cs.byu.edu/~cs340ta/fall2016/help/javadoctutorial.php . Enough to get you started.
CSE1310 Syllabus as a
Posted at Blackboard 24 Aug 2017
CSE 1310 Schedule
CSE 1310 Schedule Word file
Honor Code, and
Print Ethics Statement on one page,
sign, and bring to the next class
Get help from:
Dr. Carter Tiernan
Ashwin Ramesh Babu,
Discussion and questions :
Mon, Tues & Thurs- 1:30 to 3pm
and other times by appt
This will be a link to the
1310 lab schedule for times
For questions, e-mail:
Materials link and
click it to go to the page to
upload your zipped assignment.
See the syllabus for textbook and reference material information
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