Problem Solving And Object-Oriented Programming
Prof: Jeff Turkstra / Fall 2021
Jan 17, 2022
Well taught class, make sure concepts are understood on the homeworks and the projects will be easy
Start projects early and do well so you have to worry less about midterms and final
Prof: Hubert Dunsmore / Spring 2021
Sep 13, 2021
Overall, not bad. His lectures were actually very interesting and he knows how to explain difficult concepts well. My only issue was that sometimes the quizzes were overtly tricky.
Great guy. Good sense of humor and very easy to talk to. One of those teachers who want you to learn not to fail.
If you have a group project like I did. Make sure that everyone either pulls their weight. Hold everyone accountable, my group fell apart at the end because half the group decided to reveal four days before the project was due that they had no idea how to do their parts so two of us finished the whole thing on our own.
Prof: Jeff Turkstra / Fall 2019
Sep 2, 2021
Jeff Turkstra had many rules in this course, but the materials weren't that hard, but it's pretty hard for non-cs majors or someone who is new to programming.
Prof: Jeff Turkstra / Fall 2017
Aug 26, 2021
A ton of work that takes time, but its easy to get 100% on it. Can easily have enough points to not need to study for the final.
Turkey is hard but a good prof.
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