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Object-oriented Scripting Language

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This course teaches the basics of an object-oriented scripting language capable of developing web apps, scripts, cross-platform apps, games and pen-testing exercises.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Introduction to Computer Science, Using Variables and Strings in Programs, and Employing Conditionals to Control Program Flow

    • Use conditional control structures.
    • Define the scope and concerns of computer science.
    • Compare different computer languages.
    • Identify data types and variables.
    • Apply string and text manipulation concepts.

    Employing Loops, Selection, Arrays and Matrices to Control Programs and Access Data

    • Employ conditional, loop, and selection controls using nesting blocks of code to control flow of programs.
    • Access elements of arrays and matrices using nested loops.
    • Use array concepts to collect and access data.

    File Structures, Accessing the Internet, and Encoding Information

    • Explain how to locate and write files using Jython/Python.
    • Use file structures, including trees, sub fuctions, and hash tables.
    • Use a program to access the Internet.
    • Explain multiple ways information can be encoded.
    • Differentiate between HTML and XML.

    Object Oriented Programming and Functions

    • Explain Object Oriented Programming (OOP).
    • Apply function concepts.
    • Select computer storage options when optimizing for speed.
    • Compare performance of compiled versus interpreted languages.

    Python and Cybersecurity, Port Scanning, and Network Analysis

    • Explain exception handling.
    • Describe port scanning.
    • Describe forensic investigation with Python.
    • Apply network traffic analysis methods with Python.
    • Identify role of malicious Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) toolkits in system attacks.
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