COP 3502

Spring 2018 Materials

Announcements:

Welcome to COP 3502! This is the official SARC webpage for this course. The hours below will remain fairly constant throughout the duration of the semester. This page is always under fluid construction, so feel free to check back for more announcements, as well as extra supplemental material. This is the semester that you will become a Computer Science Wizard.

Comprehensive Tutoring Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Chris EGN 281
10:30am-12:30pm
EGN 281
10:30am-12:30pm
*VARC*
10:30am-12:30pm
EGN 281
2:00pm-4:00pm
*VARC*
2:00pm-4:00pm
Alec EGN 281
4:00pm-6:00pm
EGN 281
3:00pm-5:00pm

*VARC is in the CFE Arena next to Jimmy Johns*

Session Material

Collaborative Coding Doc

Code Share

Problem Roulette

Supplementary C Programming Material

TutorialsPoint

Practice Programming Problems

The sites below are definitely sites you should become familiar with if your goal is to become proficient at solving problems with a particular programming language. Go ahead and check them out, and have a little fun!

HackerRank
LeetCode
CodeChef


Everything below this is from previous semesters of SARC. Feel free to check out some of the material from previous semesters!


Fall 2017 Materials

 

Announcements:


There are no important announcements, however definitely check out the Study Union information below!

Study Union Information

The Study Union times and locations for COP 3502 are listed below.

Computer Science I (COP 3502) with Chris M. – SATURDAY December 2 @ 1:30-3:30pm in Key West AB

Computer Science I (COP 3502) with Cameron T. – MONDAY December 4 @ 11:00-1:00pm in Garden Key

All other information regarding study union can be found by clicking this

Introduction


Welcome the the SARC page for COP 3502! All of the tutors for this course, and their hours are listed in the table below. This schedule begins the second week of class, and will remain unchanged throughout the entire semester with the exception of scheduled UCF holidays. If there are any changes, we will be sure to let you know.

Note that this the content of this page is fluid. It will change as appropriate to best fit your needs according to the demands of the current point in time of the semester!

Comprehensive Tutor Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Chris 2:00pm-4:00pm

EGN 281

3:00pm-5:00pm

EGN 281

2:00pm-4:00pm

EGN 281

2:00pm-4:00pm

*VARC*

Cameron 9:00am-11:00am

EGN 281

10:30am-12:30pm

EGN 281

Supplementary C Programming Material

TutorialsPoint

Practice Programming Problems

The sites below are definitely sites you should become familiar with if your goal is to become proficient at solving problems with a particular programming language. Go ahead and check them out, and have a little fun!

HackerRank
LeetCode
CodeChef

Helpful Sites for Algorithms and Data Structures

Visualization of sorting algorithms and data structures can be tricky. The following sites will help give you an idea about how they actually work which will help with both conceptual questions, as well as actually coding them up.

VisuAlgo

Session Material:

Google Docs Experiment

Collaborative Session

Problem Roulette

Session Notebook


Everything beneath the line below are pages created by previous SARC tutors. Feel free to check them out!


STUDY UNION MATERIALS!

Review Guide

Solutions! (This is probably the final version for the solutions guide)

Spring 2017 Materials

Below is a list of the hours of availability for Computer Science 1 tutoring. These tutoring sessions are held in the CECS Lab, Engineering 1 Room 281. All of the peer tutoring sessions for this class this semester will be held by me, Jacob. Any content that I post here will be posted below. I look forward to seeing you this semester!

Note: Tutoring sessions do not begin until the second week of classes and there are no tutoring sessions on UCF holidays.

Times:
Monday: 12:00-2:00pm
Tuesday: No hours
Wednesday: 12:00-2:00pm
Thrusday: No hours
Friday: 12:00-2:00pm, 3:00-5:00pm

Week 1: So most of you are learning pointers this week, make sure you always keep track of them or things can get messy!

null-pointers

1-18-2017:

2-D Array Memory Allocation With Strings

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