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Computer Science

Ronald P.Kessler,Ph.D., MCSE

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David Weed (TA)
Thomas Wukawitz (Brandon University)
Nathan Hom (Cal Poly Pomona)
Hayden Donze, B.S. (Unisys)
Samuel Phung, Microsoft MVP
J. Michael McCarthy, Ph.D., UCI

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  • Thanks for doing so well in the classes. I am very impressed with your performance this year. Have a wonderful holiday season!
Spring 2018 Courses

Computer Science 105(#48542 Introduction to Visual Basic Programming.)
 12-week online course.
Mandatory first meeting on 2/8/2018 in B-102 at 10:15.


Computer Science 213(#48554 Introduction to C# Windows Programming.)
12-week online course. Mandatory first meeting 2-05-2018 in B-102 at 5PM.


Computer Science 121(#48546 )Programming Concepts in C++, second semester) 16 week course
Wed. 1:00-5:00 PM B-106 (includes lab)


Computer Science 131(#48549 )Data Structures in C++, third semester) 16 week course
Tues. 1:00-4:00 PM B-106 (No lab)
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Contact me at RPKessler@hotmail.com


CS 100 Introduction to Computer Science
CS 105 Visual Basic Programming
CS 106 Intermediate Visual Basic Programming
CS 205 Advanced Visual Basic Programming
CS 206 ASP.Net With VB & C#
CS 120 Introduction to Programming (C++)
CS 121 Programming Concepts (C++)
CS 131 Data Structures (C++)

CS 213 Introduction to C# Programming
CS 112 Java Programming

CS 157 Introduction to Robotics Programming
CS 257 Applied Robotics & Embedded Programming
CS 198 Home Automation & Networking Fundamentals

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Create Games with Construct 2 by Scirra
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