Samuel C. Armstrong

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  • Booker T Washington Influence On African Americans

    The Progressive Era was a period of time to objectively remove problems caused by immigration, industrialization, corruption in the government, and urbanization. Many people had an influential effect during this era, such as Samuel Gompers, Theodore Roosevelt, Jane Addams, Susan B. Anthony, and so much more. But, out of all of these people, Booker T. Washington had one of the biggest influences on African Americans. This is because he opened a school for training other African American teachers, helped form the National Negro Business League, and wrote the book, Up from Slavery. Although some saw Washington as a hero, many others saw him as a betrayer, due to his speech called, “The Atlanta Compromise.” Booker T. Washington was born a slave on a Virginia Plantation, to Jane Ferguson, and an unknown man. During his early life, Washington had to do very difficult tasks, while working as a slave. He was even beaten sometimes for not performing the tasks adequately. The Civil War had ended just when Washington was nine years old, and his family decided to move to Malden, West Virginia. This is where his mother, Jane, met Washington Ferguson. Every morning, Booker and Washington got up and went to work nearby salt furnaces. In 1866,…

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  • Booker T Washington Up From Slavery Analysis

    After reading the excerpt taken from “Up from Slavery” which was written by Booker T. Washington in 1901. I have learned about some of Booker T. Washington’s obstacles and journey on his travels to become an educated man of color during his times. Booker T. Washington was a man of color, which was a son of a slave that was. Booker T. Washington was willing to do what was needed in order to survive on his trip. Booker T. Washington was determined to make his journey worth his dedication. He was…

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  • Disadvantages And Disadvantages Of Object-Oriented Programming

    WHAT IS OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING? Object oriented programming in a methodology of software development that allows for the designation of functions to be applied to data structures such as classes, these classes are referred to as objects, hence the name. Object-Oriented coding is one of multiple major programming paradigms. These include but are not limited to; Imperative, Logical, Functional and Object oriented. Problems that can be solved by one of these paradigms can normally be solved by…

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  • Visual Basic Object Oriented Programming

    Visual Basic can be used to create UI and UX rich programs for Windows platforms in a very short time. Whereas, C++ can be used to write complex programs that needs to computer faster without using much hardware resources. C++ is command line based language, on the other hand, Visual Basic is IDE and event driven language. For example, creating a pop up box in C++ is a tedious task. If the programmer is writing from scratch, making a window appear in C++ will take you 15 minutes to program…

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  • Reflective Analysis Of An Argument

    When I started this course, I was unaware of the different types of writing and the massive amounts of research behind it. Prompts given to me were thought provoking and interesting, so I took a lot of interest in various types of arguments and assignments. What caught my interest in this subject is how, as a writer, one has to argue from both sides, include research data to support them, and then conclude them with a winning argument. My collection of persuasive writing demonstrates that I…

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  • Opc Disadvantages

    There are different types of programming such as object-oriented programming (OOP), event-driving programming (EDP), and procedural program, (PP). Some people may agree that there are advantages of using OOP instead of only using PP. A class may have one attribute and one method, in which the class represents an event, the attributes the class stores and the purpose of the method. The class, attributes, and methods share a relationship. Visual Logic is used to learn about programming but lacks…

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  • Pairwise Combination Strategy And Constraints Strategy

    One of the objectives of this research is to develop a tool in Java programming language. Following the stated objective, CBPTT was developed in Java language and integrated using the NetBeans IDE 8.0.2 software. In order to show how pairwise combination strategy and constraints strategy was implemented in CBPTT let consider the example illustrated in Table 1.1. There are three parameters with quantity of 2, 3 and 3. These parameters are input as string which is presented as {2,3,3}. From this…

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  • Object-Oriented Programming: The Basic Elements Of Object Oriented Programming

    (“” n.d.). Primitive data types, such as int, float, and char, are nearly indistinguishable, and arithmetic operators, such as addition (+), subtraction (-), multiplication (*), and division (/), are carried out in the same manner. Control constructs, such as if statements, for loops, while loops, and switch statements, are also shared among both languages(“” n.d.). Both languages support classes, and single inheritance in C++ is comparable to Java (“” n.d.).…

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  • The History Of Space Exploration

    Consisting of 12 total flights, 10 of which were manned ("Gemini Goals."), Gemini was developed to prepare for the future missions of Apollo. The first U.S. space walk was done from the Gemini 4 mission to equip astronauts for walking on the moon ("What Was the Gemini Program?"). Additionally, NASA astronauts practiced docking 2 spacecrafts together, which was essential for the potential success of achieving a lunar landing. Both the Mercury and Gemini programs proved to NASA that a manned lunar…

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  • Wilson Construction Company Case Study

    Peng, Chen MGMT 3720 Assignment #1 Walt Henderson is a draftsman in Wilson Construction Company. One day he was working on his personal project during company time and caught by his supervisor, Ken Hardy. Walt believes he has right to work on his personal project as long as he has completed all his work. However, Ken doesn’t agree with that because he believes workers are not allowed to do their personal project during company time based on the company rules. Then they had an argument about…

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