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Lesson Title

This lesson by the Molecular Sciences Software Institute(MolSSI) teaches users fundamentals of scientific programming used in computational molecular sciences. The material is designed for undergraduate students, or other early career students, who have no prior programming experience. To see the full MolSSI’s education mission statement, please see here.

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Prerequisites

Students should be familiar with opening the Terminal window and creating and navigating files in bash.

Schedule

Setup Download files required for the lesson
00:00 1. Object Oriented Programming What is Object Oriented Programming?
Why should I use Object Oriented Programming?
00:00 2. Introduction Key question (FIXME)
00:00 3. Adapter Design Pattern How can we utilize pre-existing code without modifying it?
00:30 4. Factory Design Pattern How can a method or class defer instantiation to subclasses?
01:00 5. Facade Design Pattern How can we simplify the interface to a subsystem?
01:30 6. Observer Design Pattern How can an object notify its own state to an open-ended number of objects?
02:00 Finish

The actual schedule may vary slightly depending on the topics and exercises chosen by the instructor.