Learn Flowcharting and Pseudocode. Be a better programmer!

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Course Link-Learn Flowcharting and Pseudocode. Be a better programmer!

Learn the 2 most important skills in a programmer’s tool box. Simplify your learning curve for any programming language.

What you’ll learn
  • In this course, you will learn to effectively use the two major computer programming tools, pseudocode (Sue-dough-code) and Flow Charts. The student will be able to start with a programming task or problem, break it down into its parts and accurately present the solution in either flow chart or pseudocode format.
Requirements to take this Course:
  • No prerequisite knowledge is required.
  • Flowcharting software is suggested but not required. Microsoft PowerPoint and Visio are excellent applications if you have either. If not, your instructor will recommend a number of FREE or inexpensive applications.
Course Description By Instructor-
This is a great course to start your programming career or hobby. This course is best for you:
……..If you have never programmed before,
…….If you are fairly new to programming, or
……..If you can program, but are not familiar with flowcharting and pseudocode techniques.
This is a generic course, meaning you will not write source code in any specific programming language. You will learn to use pseudocode and flow charts, two major tools that all programmers can use in any programming language. Pseudocode is simple. You just write out the steps to be taken to perform any task, no matter how big or small. Flow charts do essentially the same thing using software that creates a visual chart showing accurately the flow of the process and the specific steps needed to accomplish your goal. Specific shapes are used to represent the type of action to be taken. It won’t be long before you become proficient at using both of these great programmer’s tools. (Flowcharting software is NOT required for this class. If you have 
Who this course is for:
  • Students who are new to programming, no matter what programming language they use or are thinking about.