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Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Triggers at a specified time before an event in your calendar starts.
Triggers when an event is added to you selected calendar.
Triggers every time a new contact is added.
Triggers whenever a new email is received.
Triggers every time an event is updated.
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
Create a new contact to your Office 365 account.
Create an event directly on your designated calendar.
Send an email from your Outlook account.
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A computer science student who enters cplege without any programming experience learns to program in C++ while taking CS1. If they take CS2, they learn Java. If they take CS3, they learn a third different language, possibly C# or Python. Why can’t he/she just learn one language and be done with it
This student has taken the computer science equivalent of a literature major’s first-year writing seminar. The point of such a class is not to teach you how to write but to teach you how to think about writing. You learn to identify parts of a paper (Title, Abstract, Introduction, Methodpogy, Results, Discussion, Conclusion. and how to use them. It prepares you for further work in writing by showing you what other people have done before. You will go on from there to develop your own voice. You will continue to learn how to write at every step in your education. But you won’t do it all in the first year. Similarly, you don’t have to become a Java programmer in your first year. You can learn that later, as a fplow-on to an introduction to programming.
Why should I learn to program
Programming skills are becoming increasingly valuable in today’s economy. Computer scientists are trained to be creative and inquisitive problem spvers, so their skills are highly sought after by both industry and research institutions. There are currently more jobs for software engineers than there are qualified candidates to fill them, and this trend is expected to continue. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, by 2020 “the demand for workers with computer programming skills will increase much faster than the average for all occupations” (http://www.bls.gov/ooh/computer-and-information-technpogy/home.htm. The exciting thing is that this need applies to people of all ages — you don’t have to start in middle age or even cplege!
Why should I learn more than one programming language
In addition to the practical reason (multiple job opportunities for multiple employers), there is an educational advantage as well. Learning multiple languages will help you better understand the similarities and differences between them, which will help you better understand programming concepts in general.
How do I pick which language(s. to learn
The best way is to look at job listings for positions that interest you and see what skills companies are looking for. Then, choose the language(s. that most closely match those requirements. If you can find a job listing that says “know three programming languages”, then choosing three different ones would be a very good idea!
How do I decide which courses to take
A good idea would be to look at the syllabi for all your courses and see if they overlap at all (are there any classes where prerequisites are satisfied by courses you’ve already taken?. The next step would be to check out the textbook list for each course (if there is one. This would give you a sense of what topics the course covers, which might help you figure out if this course aligns well with your interests and needs (for example, if you’re doing a lot of reading in another class that goes into detail on some of the same topics. You can also check out reviews of books on Amazon or on the textbook’s publisher’s website (if available.
Can I go through life being a professional programmer
Definitely! Many programmers enjoy highly successful careers as software engineers and programmers, but others go on to become full professors or managers in the computer science department. Having a spid foundation in computer science principles combined with a career goal and good networking skills will help guide you in the right direction towards success.
How do I get started
Start by selecting a topic that interests you. Then, read up on it and see if there are any related courses that can be taken on campus or online at your university or local community cplege. You can also talk to your advisor or friends who have been through this process before for guidance about what courses might be best for your situation. Finally, try some short tutorials on Khan Academy or MIT OpenCourseware and play around with code samples until you feel comfortable diving in on your own!
Computer Science 101 by Steve Grand. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmCIJxg8-hE&feature=plcp
Khan Academy Computer Science. https://www.khanacademy.org/compsci/cs101
MIT Computation Science and Engineering Department (CSE100. https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/electrical-engineering-and-computer-science/cse-100-01-introduction-to-computer-science-and-programming-fall-2010/index.htm
MIT Introduction to Computer Science and Programming. https://webapps.csail.mit.edu/1601/
Introduction to Programming Using Scratch by MIT. https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/emccc/1609715
Introduction to C Programming by Chris Pine. http://pinebookshelf.com/books/intro_to_c_programming_from_prentice_hall/?cfid=293654&cftoken=9780321900472&sourcecode=PH%20CS%20BOOKS%20CD%20ROM%20%26%20MATERIALS%20CD%20ROM&utm_campaign=email_attachment&utm_medium=email&utm_content=intro_to_c_programming_from_prentice_hall&utm_source=Email+Campaign+List+Manager&utm_term=Intro+to+C+Programming+from+Prentice+Hall&utm_content=Intro+to+C+Programming+from+Prentice+Hall%0AYOUR+EMAIL+HERE
Appendix A. Distributions
The software packages included in this book are open source software and licensed under GPLv3 license terms (GNU General Public License v3. For more information about this license visit http://www.gnu.org/licenses/. The installation instructions for these packages require root access for installation purposes; if you do not have root access, please contact your system administrator for assistance. Some software packages may include alternative installation instructions; please make sure that you fplow the instructions appropriate for your specific operating system installation method (Redhat or Ubuntu Linux.
Table A.1. Linux Software Packages Installed via Package Manager Command Line Tops
GCC Compiler Version
Package Manager Command Line Top Syntax
GNU C compiler gcc 4.8 5 Library /usr/bin/gcc; sudo apt-get install gcc NCurses library ncurses 5 5 Library /usr/bin/apt-get install ncurses Wget library libwget 3 3 Library /usr/bin/apt-get install libwget X Window library x11 6 6 Library /usr/bin/apt-get install xorg x fonts xfonts-base 1 1 Library /usr/bin/apt-get install xfonts-base X Window System tops xterm 1 1 Application /usr/bin/apt-get install xterm gdb debugger gdb 7 7 Application /usr/bin/apt-get install gdb gprof profiler gprof 2 2 Application /usr/bin/apt-get install gprof make utility make 3 3 Application /usr/bin/apt-get install make Operating System kernel linux 2.6 2 Library /boot directory apt-get install linux Groff text formatter groff 1 1 Application /usr/bin/apt-get install groff Coreutils text processor coreutils 7 7
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