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Comp Sci 151
|Department of Mathematics and Computer Science||San Jose State University|
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
After class, by appointment or email only
Dec 19, 2000: Complete Misc course information
Oct 25, 2000: Initial Creation.
Official Course Position: "The prerequisites to this course will be monitored, and instructors are authorized to drop students at any time should it be determined that all prerequisites has not been met." "As a condition for enrollment, students are required to sign a statement that they have met all prerequisites and accept the condition that violation will subject them to instructor drop and to disciplinary action." The statement in this course will be homework 0 sent my the student.
Also, Math and CS department staff will prepare a database of all students who have completed CS 146 with a grade of C- or better. After Census day (4 weeks into the semester) the staff will inform instructors which students in their classes have not met the CS146 prerequisite. All students that do not meet the CS146 prerequisite will then be dropped from the course.
In other words, if you DO not meet CS146 prerequisite ... DROP THE CLASS yourself.
This class will be a survey of Object-Oriented Programming in the Internet. We assume that students will have a C++ or Java background. In other words, students do know some programming before they start. OOP topics will be covered in the beginning of the class. Then, more advanced Object-Oriented Web Programming will be covered. Advanced topics included Java Swing, Java Applet, Java Servlet and Java JSP programming. Students will be working on four homework projects in groups of two through out the semester. The homeworks will range from simple OO "Hello World" program to complex Java web application/applet. Forming student groups is the responsbility of the students. At the end of the semester, students have to do a group presentation on selected topics. Topics will be announced in class.
At the end of the course, students will learn the best practice of Object-Oriented programming and how to apply OOP in web programming.
Grading: Apart from the four homework projects, there are a mid-term exam and a final exam. Exams might be take-home. The weightings for grading are: Hw1: 10%, Hw2: 15%, Hw3: 15%, Hw4: 15%, Presentation: 15%, Midterm: 15% and Final Exam: 15%.
No Late Assignment Submission
Reading material will be online on this web site before every lecture. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you experience any download problem.
Object Oriented Programming in the Web
Jump Start with Java
Jan 30: Tue: Java overview
Object-Oriented Programming Concept
Feb 1: Thu: Java fundamentals
Feb 6: Tue: OOP and Basic Data Structure
Feb 8: Thu: Objects and classes
Feb 12: Mon: Last Day to Drop Courses w/o an Entry on Student's Permanent Record.
Java and Web Server
Feb 13: Tue: Inheritance and interfaces
Feb 15: Thu: Basic Java Networking
Feb 19: Mon: Last Day to Add Courses & Late Register.
Java Client Programming
Feb 22: Thu: Swing Part I
Feb 27: Tue: Swing Part II (Homework 1 Due)
Mar 6: Tue: Java GUI Introduction,
Mar 8: Thu: Take Home Mid-term (No Class)
Mar 13: Tue: Events and Listensers
Mar 15: Thu: Applet
Java Server Programming
Mar 22: Thu: Java Topics (Homework 2 Due) (Homework 3)
Mar 27: Tue: Spring Break
Mar 29: Thu: Spring Break
A Spin with C++
Apr 3: Tue: Getting Started and Overview
Apr 5: Thu: Loops, Branches, File Input/Output
Apr 10: Tue: Richard out of town at RSA conference (No Class Today)
Apr 17: Tue: Pointers, Objects and Classes
Apr 26: Thu: No Class
May 1: Tue: No Class
May 3: Thu: JNI Programming
May 8: Tue: Classroom equipment blew ... No class.
May 10: Thu: Student Presentation (Attendance is required) (Homework 4 Due)
May 15: Tue: Student Presentation (Attendance is required)
There are four to five homework projects in this class. Students will have to work in a group of two in doing these homework projects. The homework project will range from OO "Hello World" program to fairly complex Java applet or Java application.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to check your grade if necessary.
In short, if you cheat in any form in any assignment ... you get an F. The department consider cheating to be a serious violation. You must do your own work on all assignments. That is, do your own homeworks, mid-term and final exam. For group project, all the work has to be done by your OWN group. Do not try to download "free code" from the Internet and hand in as a project. WE WILL FIND OUT. Do not share your work with others. Any student who receive an F for cheating will be reported to the Office of Student Affairs for Academic Dishonesty. In other words, there will be a permanent record staying that you cheated. No, I do not want to do that. So DO YOUR OWN WORK and EARN your grade.
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