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Lecture 45: What makes a good programmer? - Richard Buckland UNSW

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Uploaded on Jul 20, 2008

The last week of the first computing course course. In this lecture we start to answer the question "What makes a good programmer?" which students have been asking on the forum for a few weeks (what wonderful students!)

We then consider how this course fits into the whole computing degree and some ideas about life and learning after leaving university. Craftsmanship. Science. Design.

Looking back over what we learned in the course. The first few weeks.

Also: striving to be a good photographer. patterns and trees. never giving up. John Stuart Mill. Brave new World. Henri Cartier Bresson.
Crazy Idea: Ontogeny recapitulates Phylogeny in computing education.

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