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Default 12-02-2008, 07:28 AM

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Originally Posted by miriWeissKohen View Post
Hello, collegues
I wonder if it is a great idea to teach computer graphics with Alice. My students are adult people (25-30) who study Computer Science at least 3 years already (for B.Sc. grade), so they all know OOP, OS, C/C++, Java, networks and data structures. Most of them already made a serious client-server project in Java, and some of them already got jobs in software development. So, I wonder, will Alice be a good choise? In the past years, we used OpenGL, but this year I desided to make changes. Thanks, Miri.
The people that you mention should be able to master Alice in about 24 hours. It might be useful for one or two homework assignments in a course that has quite a lot more programming depth.

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