Editing Intro to Programming and Data Science (Fall 2021)

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== Office hours and email ==
 
== Office hours and email ==
  
* I will hold office hours from 2-4 on Thursdays and by appointment. If you come with a programming question, I will expect that you have already tried to solve it yourself in multiple ways and that you have discussed it with a classmate. This policy lets me have time to help more students, but it's also a useful strategy. Often [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber_duck_debugging just trying to explain your code] can help you to recognize where you've gone wrong.
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* I will hold office hours by appointment. If you come with a programming question, I will expect that you have already tried to solve it yourself in multiple ways and that you have discussed it with a classmate. This policy lets me have time to help more students, but it's also a useful strategy. Often [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rubber_duck_debugging just trying to explain your code] can help you to recognize where you've gone wrong.
 
* I am also available by email. You can reach me at [mailto:jdfoote@purdue.edu jdfoote@purdue.edu]. I try hard to maintain a boundary between work and home and I typically respond only on weekdays during business hours (~9-5) but during the week I will generally respond within 24 hours.
 
* I am also available by email. You can reach me at [mailto:jdfoote@purdue.edu jdfoote@purdue.edu]. I try hard to maintain a boundary between work and home and I typically respond only on weekdays during business hours (~9-5) but during the week I will generally respond within 24 hours.
  

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