Despite a much needed and wonderfully relaxing winter break, it’s time to get back to business. Monday is the first day of classes for the new term! Here are the courses I’ll be taking this quarter:
CSS 343: Data Structures and Algorithms
Develops competencies associated with problem-solving, algorithms, and computational models. Covers abstract data types and data structures, efficiency of algorithms, binary tree representations and traversals, searching, dictionaries, priority queues, hashing, directed graphs and graph algorithms, and language grammars.
CSS 350: Management Principles for Computing Professionals
Through a team software project, explores critical interpersonal, communication, leadership, decision-making, social, and cultural theories drawn from contemporary research in anthropology, sociology, psychology, and business.
CSS 370: Analysis and Design
Methods and tools to capture and communicate requirements, proposed solutions, and design to management, customers, and software developers. Data, process, and object modeling using languages such as data flow diagrams, entity/relationship diagrams, and unified modeling language use cases and class and sequence diagrams.