Introdução à Ciência da Computação com Python Parte 2

Start Date: 07/05/2020

Course Type: Common Course

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/ciencia-computacao-python-conceitos-2

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Bem vindo ao curso de Introdução à Ciência da Computação destinado aos alunos regulares da Universidade de São Paulo! Esta é a segunda parte do Curso, onde você vai continuar a aprender os principais conceitos introdutórios de Ciência da Computação e também aprenderá a desenvolver pequenos programas na linguagem Python. Esta disciplina não possui pré-requisitos; não é esperado que você tenha qualquer experiência prévia em programação; ela exige apenas o conhecimento dos conceitos básicos de matemática do ensino fundamental. No entanto, você deve fazer a primeira parte do Curso (também disponível aqui no Coursera). O objetivo principal é desenvolver o raciocínio aplicado na formulação e resolução de problemas computacionais, ensinar como abordar e resolver problemas computacionais. O ato de programar é uma ferramenta útil para trabalhar o raciocínio mencionado acima, bem como tornar mais concretos outros conceitos comuns em ciência da computação. Ao término do curso, o aluno estará capacitado para escrever pequenos programas em Python e a continuar com estudos mais avançados sobre Python por conta própria usando material disponível na Web. Bom curso! === Esse curso foi elaborado com o apoio dos Profs. José Coelho de Pina e Carlos Hitoshi Morimoto do Departamento de Ciência da Computação do IME-USP. Nelson Posse Lago, gerente técnico do CCSL-IME-USP, Antonio Abello, Athos Ribeiro e Yorah Bosse têm sido excelentes assistentes de ensino, ajudando a manter a qualidade do curso.

Course Syllabus

Sejam bem vindos! Vamos começar estudando um pouco sobre "string”: o que é, como usar e manipulação de strings. Veremos também 4 pequenos conceitos que irão nos ajudar muito na hora de programar. Além disso, a organização do programa ajuda o programador na sua tarefa, deixando o código mais fácil de ser entendido, conferido e arrumado, caso necessário. Para isso, vamos conhecer “modularização”. Bons estudos!

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