CSIS 4135 - Web Application Engineering


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  • The second exam will be available in Blackboard beginning Thurs. evening, 12/09

  • Room F 224 has been reserved for presentations on Weds. 12/08

  • Please fill out the online IDEA Course Survey

  • Tuesday November 30 at 4:30PM in K101:  Computer Society is hosting an IEEE S-PAC (Student Professional Awareness Committee) Event. S-PAC's allows students the opportunity to be able to transition from the collegiate lifestyle to a professional one.  The S-PAC is responsible primarily for developing, implementing, and promoting activities designed to increase professional awareness among U.S. Student Members of the IEEE, and secondarily among all U.S. electrical, electronics, and computer engineering students. 

    Speakers:

    Philip Holmer, topic "Engineering your Career"
    Mr. Holmer will discuss how to get that first job and then how to keep your skills current in a competitive job market.

    Joseph Burns, Topic "Networking your Career"    
    Mr. Burns will present some practical tips and strategies for staying employed once you enter the job market by developing a "Professional Contacts Network" and how to leverage that Network to bring you even greater success and career fulfillment.

  • Tuesday November 23 at 4:30 PM in B-126: guest speaker is Carlton Collins and IT Auditor. 

  • South Jersey IEEE Dinner Meeting: Weds. Oct 20 @ 6:30pm, students welcome  (Details here)

  • Internships with FAA: Details at the Regional Internship Center in J-204 or log on to CareerConnect

  • Stockton Computer Society: General interest meeting, Tuesday September 28th at 4:30pm in B-126

  • Women in Engineering and The Computer Society featuring Dana Whicker who will speak on SOS!  Systems of Systems; When Systems Thinking is Not a Natural Act.   What prevents people from improving the large-scale systems they are in? This presentation addresses the issues and complications that are typical of large-scale systems, also known as systems of systems.  This presentation will share with you the best practices for systems thinking and will encapsulate information from the 2010 IEEE International Systems Conference.   Dana Whicker is a computer scientist with Engility Corporation, working on the Target Generation Facility project in the Real and Virtual Environment Division. When: October 6 @12 noon Where: FAA Bldg 300 Auditorium. Open to the public. For more info, contact Kate @ 485-9073.

  • IEEEXtreme is a global challenge in which teams of IEEE student members compete in a 24-hour time span against each other to solve a set of programming problems. 23 October 2010  http://www.ieee.org/membership_services/membership/students/competitions/xtreme/index.html  
  •  IBM Master the Mainframe Contest, with over $29,000 in prizes up for grabs! The major focus of the contest is to introduce students to an area of the computer field that they may not have had much experience with, and which is currently in a long-term hiring phase. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. The contest begins on Monday, October 4
    http://ibm.com/university/contest

  •  Be the Next Cybersecurity Top Gun. Get noticed by a nationwide cybersecurity community. The US Cyber Challenge is looking for 10,000 young Americans with the skills to fill the ranks of cybersecurity practitioners, researchers, and warriors. http://www.uscyberchallenge.org/

  • Microsoft Imagine Cup 2011 - Do you consider yourself a gaming entrepreneur? Or maybe a software design aficionado? Or perhaps creating viral videos are more your thing? Well, at Imagine Cup 2011 we’ve got it all — and more! The opportunity to share your creativity with the world. Oh yeah, and the chance to win some pretty amazing prizes. Categories include:  Software Design, Game Design, Digital Media, Embedded Development, IT Challenge http://www.imaginecup.us/Index.aspx


  • South Jersey IEEE Dinner Meeting: Tues. Sept 14 @ 6:30pm, students welcome  (Details here)

  • Software: The MSDNAA accounts are ready. Go here:
    http://msdn07.e-academy.com/elms/Storefront/Home.aspx?campus=stockton_cs

    If you had an account in a previous class, it should be reactivated and ready to use. If this is a new account, click the Register button. Use your Stockton ID (not Z-number) for the Student Identifier, enter a working email address, and choose a password. You will then be registered and be able to access the storefront and select any available software.

  • There are lightweight versions of the development software available free from Microsoft that you might want to consider

    Visual Web Developer Express: This includes only the web application parts of the full Visual Studio, so its a smaller install. It can handle everything we need for this course.

    SQL Server 2008 Express: This is included with either version of Visual Studio, and could be all you need for working on your own computer. If you use this rather than the full version of SQL Server, it would be useful to download and install the free SQL Server Management Studio.
  • Fall 2010 Textbooks/References:

    Professional ASP.NET 4 in C# and VB, by
    Bill Evjen, Scott Hanselman, and Devin Rader. 2010 Wiley Publishing, Inc., ISBN 978-0-470-50220-4

    Software Engineering for Internet Applications, by Eve Andersson, Philip Greenspun, and Andrew Grumet (online version)

    Save the Planet, do NOT print copies of the online book

WARNING
: This course will require a very significant time commitment. Students joining this class should be prepared to devote a large amount of time to computer work.

CSIS 4135 - Fall 2010


MW 3:35 - 5:25 in B 104 (labs in D 017)

In this course, we will explore and construct database backed applications designed for use by large numbers of people via the World Wide Web. Emphasis is placed on designing services that facilitate collaboration. This will involve learning and applying principles of software engineering, planning, and design.  Implementing the web applications will use a variety of technologies and development tools, such as .NET, HTML, XML, SQL, AJAX, and web services.


Instructor Info

Dr. Michael Olan

Office: J-101g

Hours: 12:45 – 2:00 MW, 10:30 – 11:00 W
(other times by appointment)

Email: olanm@stockton.edu        
Phone:
652-4587

 


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