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CMPE 102

SJSU

Assembly Language

93% of students in this class made an A in this class

Gillian Jones

Edlyft Mentor
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Next cohort starts September 2021

What to expect

You’ll code majority of the class in Python
Moves at a very fast pace, and the concepts may take quite some time to digest, but…
Completing assignments feels super satisfying
You’ll leave feeling confident to take on more CS at Cal
Potential projects: dice game, racing game based on typing speed, Ants vs Some Bees etc.
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List of helpful resources

Python Tutorials from W3Schools - for learning Python
StackOverflow - for your quick coding questions
61a Facebook Groups or Loopchat - for finding partners
Google/Youtube - for cementing concepts
Edlyft - for personalized support & direct homework help

Why students love CMPE 102 with Edlyft

Tips from past CMPE 102 students

"Edlyft gave me that little something extra that has allowed difficult concepts to both click and stick."

— CS Student

"Edlyft gave me that little something extra that has allowed difficult concepts to both click and stick."

— CS Student

"Edlyft gave me that little something extra that has allowed difficult concepts to both click and stick."

— CS Student

"Edlyft gave me that little something extra that has allowed difficult concepts to both click and stick."

— CS Student

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Meet your CMPE102 Mentor

Gillian Jones

I have worked with companies from various countries both as an employee and self-employed using Python together with companies such as the Center for Conservation Geography to map and understand ...more

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