Programming for the WWW G22.3033-009

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Instructor: Professor Poelman

Class Abstract

This course is dedicated to the architecture and design approaches for building applications that use the World Wide Web technologies as part of its architecture. Strong emphasis is on using Java as a development language.

Topics include:

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IP, TCP, HTTP and BEEP

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Object Oriented Programming

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Java - Servlets, JSPs, JDBC, Threads, Network Programming and RMI

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XML, SOAP and Web Services

You will write Java code.

There are 6 homework assignments and 2 class exams.

Class meets: Mondays 7-9 PM

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