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Introduction to Video Game Programming (VGP). Mr. Shultz. Today’s Bell-Ringer and Objectives. Bell-Ringer What are three things you should not share on the school network? Because they are not private, network storage areas should be treated like what?

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today s bell ringer and objectives
Today’s Bell-Ringer and Objectives

Bell-Ringer

What are three things you should not share on the school network?

Because they are not private, network storage areas should be treated like what?

What does circumventing security practices mean?

Objectives

Given President Obama's back-to-school speech, TSW demonstrate positive work ethic and diversity awareness in classroom and work settings. (BUS6640.001/005)

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Bell-Ringer

What are three things you should not share on the school network?

Login names

Passwords

Data

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Bell-Ringer

Because they are not private, network storage areas should be treated like what?

School lockers

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Bell-Ringer

What does circumventing security practices mean?

It means to go around the security practices, like a circle

president obama speech
President Obama Speech

Watch the video

Answer questions on worksheet

Will turn in for a grade

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President Obama Speech

http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2010/09/14/presidents-back-school-speech-we-not-only-reach-our-own-dreams-we-help-others-do-sam

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President Obama Speech

What city was the President in for the speech?

Philadelphia, PA

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President Obama Speech

What is the name of the school where he is speaking?

Masterman

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President Obama Speech

What did the President go to the school to tell them?

Nobody gets to write your destiny but you

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President Obama Speech

What will have as great an impact on your success in life as your education?

Nothing

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President Obama Speech

What will your success in school also help determine?

America’s success in the 21st century

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President Obama Speech

What is your job?

Showing up to school on time

Paying attention in class

Doing your homework

Studying for exams

Staying out of trouble

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President Obama Speech

How did the President’s mother describe his attitude about his future?

“Casual”

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President Obama Speech

The President said that excelling in school or in life isn’t mainly about being smarter than everybody else. What did he say excelling is about?

Working harder than everybody else

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President Obama Speech

What will the President do for the school that wins the second Commencement Challenge?

Congratulate them in person by speaking at your commencement

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President Obama Speech

What does the President want all of you to take away from his speech?

That life is precious, and part of its beauty lies in its diversity.

We shouldn’t be embarrassed by the things that make us different.

We should be proud of them.

computer login
Computer Login
  • Username is:

first letter of first name

last name

three numbers

  • Example:

sshultz001

  • Password is password
    • Must change it on first login
game programming pre test
Game Programming Pre-Test

Do not write on Pre-Test

Write on provided notebook paper

Will have 5 minutes to complete

No talking/communicating during test

computer math
Computer Math

Prefixes:

K = kilo = 1,000 (thousand)

M = mega = 1,000,000 (million)

G = giga = 1,000,000,000 (billion)

T = tera = 1,000,000,000,000 (trillion)

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Computer Math

CPU Speeds

Measured in Hz (hertz)

Means cycles per second

The more cycles it can process, the faster it can run

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Computer Math

1a. If a CPU is rated at 500 MHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

500 times M (1,000,000) =

500,000,000 (500 million)

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Computer Math

1b. If a CPU is rated at 1 GHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

1 times G (1,000,000,000) =

1,000,000,000 (1 billion)

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Computer Math

1c. If a CPU is rated at 950 MHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

950 times M (1,000,000) =

950,000,000 (950 million)

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Computer Math

1d. If a CPU is rated at 1.1 GHz, how many cycles can it process in a second?

1.1 times G (1,000,000,000) =

1,100,000,000 (1.1 billion)

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Computer Math

1e. Which CPU is faster, one rated at 1.1 GHz, or one rated at 950 MHz?

1.1 GHz = 1,100,000,000

950 MHz = 950,000,000

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Computer Math

Hard Drive Capacity

Measured in B (bytes)

Means pieces of data

More bytes on the hard drive = more data you can store

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Computer Math

2a. If a hard drive holds 200 GB, how many pieces of data can it store?

200 times G (1,000,000,000) =

200,000,000,000 (200 billion)

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Computer Math

2b. If a hard drive holds 1TB, how many pieces of data can it store?

1 times T (1,000,000,000,000) =

1,000,000,000,000 (1 trillion)

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Computer Math

2c. If a hard drive holds 750 GB, how many pieces of data can it store?

750 times G (1,000,000,000) =

750,000,000,000 (750 billion)

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Computer Math

2d. You need to have a total of 1TB of storage, and you already have a hard drive that holds 750GB. What is the smallest hard drive you can add and have 1TB of storage?

1TB (1,000,000,000,000) minus

750GB (750,000,000,000) =

250GB (250,000,000,000)

computer login1
Computer Login

If your login doesn’t work

Username is:

bstudent

Password is:

class

www mrshultz com
www.mrshultz.com
  • Go to www.mrshultz.com
  • The home page will have general information and listing of upcoming dates
  • Two ways to get to the VGP page
    • Click on VGP on the menu at the top
    • Click on VGP in the schedule under “Where in BHS is Mr. Shultz?”
vgp page
VGP Page
  • This page will have:
    • Daily Assignment instructions
    • Dates that apply to the class
    • Links
vgp assignments
VGP Assignments

This page will have:

Old Assignments