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So what’s the plan?

Hello, I’m studying for a degree in Informatics. I’d like to share with you the various modules that I need to master in order to complete this degree. Have a look below:

Year One

  • C++ Introduction to Programming I*
  • C++ Introduction to Programming II*
  • Python Visual Programming I
  • Human-Computer Interaction I
  • Computer Systems: Fundamental Concepts
  • Introduction to Business Information Systems
  • Financial Accounting Principles, Concepts, and Procedures
  • Business Management IA

Year Two

  • C++ Programming: Contemporary Concepts*
  • C++ Programming: Data Structures*
  • Python Visual Programming II*
  • Object-Oriented Analysis
  • Computer Networks I
  • Structured Systems Analysis and Design
  • Databases I
  • Introduction to Statistics
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  • General Management
  • Business Management IB
  • Financial Accounting Reporting

Year Three

  • C++ Advanced Programming*
  • Databases II
  • Advanced Systems Development
  • Database Design and Implementation
  • Human-Computer Interaction II
  • Software Project Management
  • Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management
  • Corporate Entrepreneurship
  • Strategic Planning IIIA
  • Strategic Implementation and Control IIIB

So many business modules!!! I’m supposed to be in my third year but I am struggling with the coding modules, marked with an asterisk. I have anxiety and whenever I have to write exams I go blank. Coding is so much fun when I am just chilling in front of my computer at home. But not when I have to use the pen/paper IDE [1].

So the idea behind this website is to get me to consistently write about what code I am working on. And in some cases even show how that turns out. The point is I need to get really comfortable with the code and myself speaking the code. If I happen to find any tips/resources or other useful information I’ll share.

[1] IDE ~ Integrated development environment

An integrated development environment (IDE) is a software application that provides comprehensive facilities to computer programmers for software development. An IDE normally consists of at least a source code editor, build automation tools, and a debugger.


1 thought on “So what’s the plan?

  1. You go girl! I haven’t studied coding but one of my friends was rwally struggling with C++ so i know it could be tough. You got it. Stay focused.

    Good luck

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