The Introduction to Object-orientated Programming in Java

Date:
Monday 15 August 2011

Time:
9.00am - 5.00pm

Venue:
RM 603/604, Reginald Mitchell Building, Southampton Solent University, SO14 0RD | Maps

Speaker:
Nick Whitelegg

Cost:
Free of charge

Joint with Southampton Solent University and the BCS Hampshire Branch
This event is free, open to all, but please book as places are limited, through, both for BCS members and non-members. Booking essential please to Nick.Whitelegg@solent.ac.uk.

Object-Orientated Programming for procedural programmers (using Java), this could also run in August - was there interest in that too? This would be "OOAD-in-a-day".

This course will take place, subject to numbers, from 9am to 5pm, in RM603/604, Reginald Mitchell Building, Southampton Solent University. Priority will be given to those of you who are under-employed - either unemployed or with limited contract work coming in - so please let me know your status by email. At the moment there is room for everyone, but if the courses get full, those of you in full time employment, or with enough contract work coming in, may need to stand aside.

Nick Whitelegg is a senior lecturer in Computing (Web Development) at Southampton Solent University and teaches on a range of undergraduate software development courses including Java and web development. He has contributed software and data to the OpenStreetMap mapping project and has developed an open source mapping site and associated tools for walkers.