Points for each assignment
 HW1
2 points per exercise, plus 3 points for general issues
(layout, organization, citations, reference list): 15 points.
Do the exercises at the end of chapters 1 and 2 of [B].
Due date: Thursday, January 26, 2017.
 Your homework essay must be typed, doublespaced, in 12point font.
The essay, in total, must be no longer than two pages. Please type the
questions as well as your answers.
 Please turn in hard copy, but save the source file,
because you may be asked to
submit an electronic version later.
 For question 1 on p.15, provide only one occurrence and
why you think it should have been included.
 For question 2 on p.15,
provide only one example of each of the two kinds and
explain why they meet the conditions of the question.
 For question 3 on p.15, provide only one kind of problem and explain why
the
computer has raised a unique dilemma.

(HW2) Attend the SET career fair on Wednesday, February 1. Register on JobMate.
Prepare or update your resume. Turn in a onepage report of your visit to
the Career Fair, a statement that you registered on JobMate, and a copy of
your resume on Thursday, February 2, 2012.
Total: 5 points for visit report, 1 point for JobMate statement, 4 points for resume: total 10 points.

(HW3) Do the exercises at the end of chapter 3 of [B]. Due date: Thursday,
February 9, 2012. A oneandahalf page paper (roughly half a page per
question) is expected. Total: 10 points.
 (HW4) Do the exercises at the end of chapters 6 and 7 of [B].
Each exercise is worth 5 points. Total: 10 points.
 (HW5) Do exercises 1 and 4 at the end of chapter 9 of [B].
Each exercise is worth 5 points. Total: 10 points.
 (HW6) Choose a topic of professional interest that includes a nontrivial ethical issue from ACM TechNews archives. Prepare a 5slide PowerPoint presentation in which (1) you summarize the topic (with appropriate references), (2) you apply the 8step ethical decisionmaking process to the problem, (3) you apply the ACM Code or the ACM/IEEECS Code. The PowerPoint presentation is due by 11:55pm on April 11. It must be submitted using the departmental dropbox. All students should be prepared for presentation on April 12. Some students will be asked to present in class on April 12; others on April 19, the last day of class.
Total: 5 points.