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Programming | The Basics

Programming | The Basics

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Programming | The Basics

“Well, Mr. Frankel, who started this program, began to suffer from the computer disease that anybody who works with computers now knows about. It’s a very serious disease and it interferes completely with the work. The trouble with computers is you *play* with them. They are so wonderful. You have these switches – if it’s an even number you do this, if it’s an odd number you do that – and pretty soon you can do more and more elaborate things if you are clever enough, on one machine.

After a while the whole system broke down. Frankel wasn’t paying any attention; he wasn’t supervising anybody. The system was going very, very slowly – while he was sitting in a room figuring out how to make one tabulator automatically print arc-tangent X, and then it would start and it would print columns and then bitsi, bitsi, bitsi, and calculate the arc-tangent automatically by integrating as it went along and make a whole table in one operation.

Absolutely useless. We *had* tables of arc-tangents. But if you’ve ever worked with computers, you understand the disease – the *delight* in being able to see how much you can do. But he got the disease for the first time, the poor fellow who invented the thing.”
― Richard P. Feynman, Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!: Adventures of a Curious Character

The workshop is targeted at beginners with no prior programming experience. Join the sessions and enter the gigantic world of codes and problem solving. The sessions will be as followed-
Session-0: Introductions and Basic Structures of a program. Discussion on Competitive Programming.
Session-1: I/O, Data Types, STL, Complexity Analysis, Error Analysis
Session-2: Advanced Algorithms and Introduction to Dynamic Programming and Problem Analysis
Session-3: Mathematics for Computer Science, Introduction to Discrete Mathematics.

·What do I need to bring?
The joy of learning and lots of questions! As we will be more focused on theoretical parts and mathematical explanation of how it works, having a laptop is not a must for the attendees.

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Date And Time

2020-02-15 @ 09:00 AM to
@ 08:00 PM
 

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