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 Title: Computing Fundamentals: The Theory and Practice of Software Design with BlackBox Component Builder
 Authors J. Stanley Warford
 Publisher: Vieweg+Teubner Verlag (November 9, 2011); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed, 2014)
 License(s): Creative Commons, AttributionShareAlike (CC BYSA)
 Paperback: 631 pages
 eBook: PDF Files and Single PDF (628 pages)
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 3528058285
 ISBN13: 9783528058289
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Book Description
This is the first English book on Component Pascal and BlackBox Component Builder.
The book introduces the reader to computer programming, i.e. algorithms and data structures. It covers many new programming concepts that have emerged in recent years including objectoriented programming and design patterns.
The book emphasizes the practical aspects of software construction without neglecting their solid theoretical foundation.
About the Authors Professor J. Stanley Warford was an aerospace engineer before turning to academia. He is currently the Chair of the Computer Science Department at Seaver College of Pepperdine University, where he has taught for more than 40 years. He earned his MS degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and his PhD from UCLA. Professor Warford is a Luckman Distinguished Teaching Fellow, holds the Howard A. White Award for Teaching Excellence and held the Frank R. Seaver Professorship in the Science Division at Pepperdine University.
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