Logic Development Workshop for CSE Final Year
Training Name: Logic Development
Duration: 10 days (3 Aug to 12 Aug 2016)
Venue: Lab no 116 (ISRO)
Trainer: Mr. Ashish Agrawal, Mr. Deepak Agrawal, Ms. Nisha Rathi
Faculty Convener: Prof. Sanjay Bansal
Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Ashish Agrawal
Description: There are three fundamental steps you should perform when you have a program to write:
- Define the output and data flows.
- Develop the logic to get to that output.
- Write the program.
Notice that writing the program is the last step in writing the program. This is not as silly as it sounds. Remember that physically building the house is the last stage of building the house; proper planning is critical before any actual building can start. You will find that actually writing and typing in the lines of the program is one of the easiest parts of the programming process. If your design is well thought out, the program practically writes itself; typing it in becomes almost an afterthought to the whole process.
So, in logic development students learn that how to accomplish the job.