Programming for the WWW G22.3033-009

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Final Exam Description:

It will likely be around 70 questions. All multiple choice (a - e). It is 40% of your grade. It will be harder than the midterm for most individuals. Cumulative.

Topics to understand thoroughly include:

Java

bulletOO features, IO, Sockets, Servlets, JSP, EJBs
bulletDifferent libraries / specs
bulletSwing, Collections, Threading, RMI, Callbacks, Serialization, Reflection, JVM concepts
bulletJava code samples and constructs

Technologies

bulletIP, TCP, UDP
bulletHTTP, BEEP,
bulletXML, HTML, UML

Security

bulletConcepts IAAEDN Id, Authen, Authorization, Encryption, Digital Signatures, Non-repudiation
bulletProtocols & Tech SSL, PK, Private Key, Digital Signatures,...

WebServices

bulletHTTP, Firewalls, Transactionality, Security
bulletSOAP, WSDL, UDDI, ..
bulletTools Glue, WSDK,
bulletValue and purpose

OO

bulletInheritance, Encapsulation, Polymorphism,
bulletVisibility
bulletImplementation and Value in design an implementation

Web Concepts

bulletSession, application, stateless, connectionless, cookies, URL,
bulletGET, POST,
bulletCGI vs Servlets
bulletProtocols HTTP, HTTPS, TCP, FTP, SMTP, DNS,

Putting it all together to solve a problem i.e. creating an application to solve a real world problem.

And everything else we talked about in class or in the homework..

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