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#Safety. Do the following:
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#:a. Show your counselor your current, up-to-date [[Cyber Chip]].
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<li>'''Safety'''. Do the following:
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#:b. Discuss first aid and prevention for potential injuries, such as eyestrain and repetitive stress injuries, that could occur during programming activities.
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#History. Do the following:
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<li>Show your counselor your current, up-to-date [[Cyber Chip]].
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#:a. Give a brief history of programming, including at least three milestones related to the advancement or development of programming.
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<li>Discuss first aid and prevention for potential injuries, such as eyestrain and repetitive stress injuries, that could occur during programming activities.
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#:b. Discuss with your counselor the history of programming and the evolution of programming languages.
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</ol></ol>
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#General knowledge. Do the following:
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#:a. Create a list of 10 popular programming languages in use today and describe which industry or industries they are primarily used in and why.
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<big>'''Earn the Cyber Chip'''</big><br /><br />
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#:b. Describe three different programmed devices you rely on every day.
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Earning the Cyber Chip can help you learn how to stay safe while you are online and using social networks or the latest electronic gadgets. Topics include cell phone use, texting, blogging, gaming, cyberbullying, and identity theft. Find out more about the Cyber Chip at www.scouting.org/cyberchip.
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#Intellectual property. Do the following:
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#:a. Explain the four types of intellectual property used to protect computer programs.
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#:b. Describe the difference between licensing and owning software.
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<li>'''History'''. Do the following:
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#:c. Describe the differences between freeware, open source, and commercial software, and why it is important to respect the terms of use of each.
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<ol type=a>
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#Projects. Do the following:
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<li>Give a brief history of programming, including at least three milestones related to the advancement or development of programming.
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#:a. With your counselor’s approval, choose a sample program. Modify the code or add a function or subroutine to it. Debug and demonstrate the modified program to your counselor.
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<li>Discuss with your counselor the history of programming and the evolution of programming languages.
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#:b. With your counselor’s approval, choose a second programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirement 5a and in a different industry from 5a. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
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#:c. With your counselor’s approval, choose a third programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirements 5a and 5b and in a different industry from 5a or 5b. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
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<li>'''General knowledge'''. Do the following:
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#:d. Explain how the programs you wrote for requirements 5a, 5b, and 5c process inputs, how they make decisions based on those inputs, and how they provide outputs based on the decision making.
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<ol type=a>
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#Careers. Find out about three career opportunities that require knowledge in programming. Pick one and find out the education, training, and experience required. Discuss this with your counselor and explain why this career might be of interest to you.
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<li>Create a list of 10 popular programming languages in use today and describe which industry or industries they are primarily used in and why.
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<li>Describe three different programmed devices you rely on every day.
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</ol>
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<li>'''Intellectual property'''. Do the following:
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<ol type=a>
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<li>Explain the four types of intellectual property used to protect computer programs.
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<li>Describe the difference between licensing and owning software.
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<li>Describe the differences between freeware, open source, and commercial software, and why it is important to respect the terms of use of each.
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</ol>
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<li>'''Projects'''. Do the following:
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<ol type=a>
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<li>With your counselor’s approval, choose a sample program. Modify the code or add a function or subroutine to it. Debug and demonstrate the modified program to your counselor.
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</ol></ol>
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The Programming merit badge website, <span class=plainlinks>[http://www.boyslife.org/programming www.boyslife.org/programming]</span>, has a number of sample programs that you could use for requirement 5a. However, you have the option of finding a program on your own. It's a good idea to seek your merit badge counselor's guidance.</div>
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<li>With your counselor’s approval, choose a second programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirement 5a and in a different industry from 5a. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
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<li>With your counselor’s approval, choose a third programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirements 5a and 5b and in a different industry from 5a or 5b. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
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<li>Explain how the programs you wrote for requirements 5a, 5b, and 5c process inputs, how they make decisions based on those inputs, and how they provide outputs based on the decision making.
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</ol>
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<li>'''Careers'''. Find out about three career opportunities that require knowledge in programming. Pick one and find out the education, training, and experience required. Discuss this with your counselor and explain why this career might be of interest to you.
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</ol>
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  1. Safety. Do the following:
    1. Show your counselor your current, up-to-date Cyber Chip.
    2. Discuss first aid and prevention for potential injuries, such as eyestrain and repetitive stress injuries, that could occur during programming activities.

Earn the Cyber Chip

Earning the Cyber Chip can help you learn how to stay safe while you are online and using social networks or the latest electronic gadgets. Topics include cell phone use, texting, blogging, gaming, cyberbullying, and identity theft. Find out more about the Cyber Chip at www.scouting.org/cyberchip.

  1. History. Do the following:
    1. Give a brief history of programming, including at least three milestones related to the advancement or development of programming.
    2. Discuss with your counselor the history of programming and the evolution of programming languages.
  2. General knowledge. Do the following:
    1. Create a list of 10 popular programming languages in use today and describe which industry or industries they are primarily used in and why.
    2. Describe three different programmed devices you rely on every day.
  3. Intellectual property. Do the following:
    1. Explain the four types of intellectual property used to protect computer programs.
    2. Describe the difference between licensing and owning software.
    3. Describe the differences between freeware, open source, and commercial software, and why it is important to respect the terms of use of each.
  4. Projects. Do the following:
    1. With your counselor’s approval, choose a sample program. Modify the code or add a function or subroutine to it. Debug and demonstrate the modified program to your counselor.
The Programming merit badge website, www.boyslife.org/programming, has a number of sample programs that you could use for requirement 5a. However, you have the option of finding a program on your own. It's a good idea to seek your merit badge counselor's guidance.
    1. With your counselor’s approval, choose a second programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirement 5a and in a different industry from 5a. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
    2. With your counselor’s approval, choose a third programming language and development environment, different from those used for requirements 5a and 5b and in a different industry from 5a or 5b. Then write, debug, and demonstrate a functioning program to your counselor, using that language and environment.
    3. Explain how the programs you wrote for requirements 5a, 5b, and 5c process inputs, how they make decisions based on those inputs, and how they provide outputs based on the decision making.
  1. Careers. Find out about three career opportunities that require knowledge in programming. Pick one and find out the education, training, and experience required. Discuss this with your counselor and explain why this career might be of interest to you.

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