Written by Matthew Tang
“There’s lots of varying functions such as console.log and prompt that make this class interesting,” David Yeung said.
The response from the students was overwhelmingly positive.
“Learning new concepts and languages is really fun,” Ronit Mathur said.
Beyond the classroom, students found applications for their newfound skills.
“Programming helps me with homework, research, and games,” Matthew Yeung said.
Through the four weeks, students will learn more advanced concepts such as arrays, functions and objects. A few practice problems are assigned as home exercises to further improve their coding skills and build on techniques learned in class. By the end of the course, students will be able to solve USACO bronze level problems.