in reply to Re: What are the most basic, generic aspects of programming?
in thread What are the most basic, generic aspects of programming?
How many hours is up for grabs. Its an open ended contract paying me per class. Kinda gotta like that :)
I suppose its geared towards perl in a CGI environment as its a client I did a quite extensive CMS for about 5 years ago. They want to be able to do minor mods in house or change things without having to go to me. While I don't like slicing my own throat if I don't teach them someone else will.
To me, those 5 basics are needed to write any useful CGI type program. I'm really asking if I'm missing anything. And yes the ! statement at the end is a little overboard but I'm going to try to calm the fears that this stuff might be too hard for them.
I've always thought teaching is a little bit like programming ... break it down into small enough bits and you can do it without a problem