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No class March 2, 4 - you can use the classroom to work though.

Spring, 2016, as taught by Professor Peterson

Syllabus: media:310-s160-syl.doc

A course focusing on common environment and design tools used in the development and implementation of graphic user interfaces. Emphasis is placed on the automation of tasks and the customization of systems by programming constructs.

This term we will be using the C# language and the Visual Studio programming environment.

You should install the Visual Studio 2015 Community edition on your computer. This takes a LONG time to install - you should probably do a custom installation to get rid of everything except C#.

There is no text for this course. A reference for C# is recommended though - look for something you like at one of the big bookstore chains or order online. A good reference should be just $20 or so used.

After visiting the BN, I'd say I like http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596527433. You can probably get an older version way cheap.