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I think you are taking a good approach with your boot camp. I'd only suggest a warm up exercise/mini-project in which students get some practice, perhaps writing in groups (pair-programming, perhaps). One useful sort of project is called a fixer-upper. There is a pedagogical pattern by that name, actually. Give the students a program that you have written. ...


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I think Buffy's answer is an excellent philosophy of how to solve this, but I would add a specific thing to it: dependency breaks. Back when I was learning Compiler Construction, we were supposed to develop a Pascal compiler in several steps, each building on the next bit. If you couldn't solve part A, you couldn't even begin to work on part B. Or of your ...


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