Did you know that Microsoft Office has more than 40 million lines of code? The 16th installment of the Crash Course Computer Science playlist explains how object-oriented programming lets different groups of computer programmers work on a project at the same time. It also covers integrated development environments (IDEs) as well as documentation and quality assurance processes.
- Provide cloze notes for learners to complete as they watch the video
- Have pupils brainstorm some other examples of the type of collaboration shown in object-oriented programming
- Familiarity with computer programming languages is useful not but necessary
- Uses common objects, such as cars and construction sites, as metaphors to help describe object-oriented programming
- Well-paced narration holds viewers' attention