|Greg Shutt||CL 109F||MW email@example.com|
|Aaron Fleckenstein||122 CL||T firstname.lastname@example.org|
There are no required textbooks for this course. Most of the assigned readings will be from www.w3schools.com. However, here is a list of good introductory books for the languages that we will be covering in the course:
Because of the limited time available during the semester the intent of the course is to give students a basic understanding of each scripting language without going into many of the languages' advanced features. This foundation should give students a good working familiarity with each of the languages and allow them to accomplish many of the tasks for which the languages are designed.
The course prerequisites are some general familiarity with programming language constructs such as for loops, functions, and conditionals. Such knowledge could be obtained in CS102 or simply through actual programming.