Microsoft .NET Demystified

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Information Technology
Applications Programming
Applications Programming
Applications Programming Applications Programming
Microsoft .NET Demystified .NET Comprehensive
CEU: 0.2, Course Length: 2 Hours CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
Microsoft announced its .NET initiative in July 2000, and This course introduces the student to the latest Microsoft
since then it has received tremendous response from soft- technology, .NET. It gives an explanation of .NET com-
ware developers as well as software vendors world- ponents Framework. The course also addresses the Web
wide. Most people have heard of .NET, but what exact- Services feature of .NET. It is also devoted in explaining
ly is it? What can you do with it? Is it an operating sys- the Common Language Runtime in detail. It also gives an
tem? Aserver? Anew programming language? This overview of how .NET solves a lot of problems faced in
course provides a big-picture introduction and perspec- the current software world. This course includes interac-
tive of the whole of .NET initiative, covering the different tion with an instructor who will respond to questions
components and pieces of the new .NET platform and posted on an electronic forum and will hold periodic
explaining how developers and managers can make chat sessions. Please go to the NTU Web site for start-
use of .NET. ing dates for this course.
Presenter: Ashish Soni is a lecturer in the Information Presenter: Mr. Dickau has over 15 years of experience in
Technology Program at the University of Southern the software industry. He works for a major software
California. company as senior technical trainer.
Producer: University of Southern California Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Intended Audience: Anyone who wants to find out what Intended Audience: Programmers, new developers, corpo-
Microsoft’s .NET initiative is all about, whether they are a rate application developers and technical managers
developer, a technical manager who needs to make who need to know .NET
decisions about technologies or simply an interested end
Prerequisites: Experience in any programming language.
user.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
(10+) Online (OL03070108) $1 ,200 N/A
Videotape (IT02102201) $ 1 80 $ 1 ,530
Online (OL02102201) $150 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02102201) $160 N/A
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Computer Systems & Sofware Data & Telecommunications
Computer Systems & Software Data & Telecommunications
Computer Systems & Software Data & Telecommunications
The Controller Area Network (CAN) Understanding Emerging
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Technologies
The controller area network (CAN) is a high-integrity
CEU: 2.15, Course Length: 21.5 Hours
ISO standard (ISO 1 1898) for real-time serial data appli-
“ET”is recognized around the world as the top course
cations. A CAN may operate at up to 1 megabit per
on emerging communications technologies. The course
second, has excellent error-detection capabilities and has
includes overviews on wireless, competitive networking
been adapted to be used in a wide variety of applica-
technologies, optical networking, network convergence,
tions. Starting at the bits and bytes level, this course pro-
emerging Internet technologies and more. We are con-
vides all the information needed for engineers, computer
stantly updating and renewing the course content with
scientists and system designers to implement controller
new information reflecting up-to-the-minute industry devel-
area network-based control systems. Message frames,
opments; nearly 85 percent of the course has been
addressing, priority, arbitration and error control will be
revamped in the last 18 months. If you can attend only
considered. Various manufacturers of CAN hardware will
one course a year, this is the one you want.
be presented. The architecture of higher-layer applica-
tions interfaces such as CANopen and DeviceNet will
Presenter: Web-based instruction
be discussed.
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
Presenter: Dr. David Perreault is a professor of electrical
and computer engineering at Boston University.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Producer: Boston University
Online (OL03040204) $495 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03040204) $495 N/A
Intended Audience: Computing, micro processor, telecom-
munication and automotive industries.
Prerequisites: Bachelor’s and master’s degree-level engi-
neering and computing science background.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
(11+)
Videotape (IT02090501) $465 $4,215
Online (OL01070602) $375 N/A
CD-ROM (CD01070602) $405 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Wireless Communication: Networking and Telecommunications
Understanding Mobile Pico- Series: Fundamentals of Networking
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Networks
This course provides a technically accurate but non-engi-
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
neering overview of networking. It focuses on the signifi-
This course explores the booming field of wireless com-
cance and utility of network architectures, with particular
munications with particular emphasis on small-scale
attention to TCP/IP,and applies this knowledge to the
or“pico”-networks, such as Bluetooth. It includes channel,
evolution of corporate networks over the last three
access and system issues. Channel issues include modu-
decades. Woven throughout the course will be explana-
lation and coding; power and bandwidth efficiency;
tions and real-world examples of such concepts as ana-
spectrum allocation; channel variation in time, frequency
log vs. digital signaling; circuit vs. packet switching; the
and space; multipath distortion and fading; and mitiga-
evolution of store and forward switching from message
tion techniques such as diversity and equalization.
to packet to cell; the need for and various types of com-
Access issues include multiple access techniques, interfer-
munications protocols; and error detection and correc-
ence, capture and other multi-user effects. System issues
tion techniques.
include cell design, frequency re-use, networking func-
Presenter: Scott Helmers is a partner with the Harvard
tions such as routing, control and management, interoper-
Computing Group, a consulting firm that assists organiza-
abilit y, and hybrid wireless and wired networks.
tions with understanding relevant technologies and mak-
Presenter: Dr.Jeffrey Carruthers is an assistant professor in
ing decisions about business applications running on
the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
intranets, extranets and the Internet.
at Boston University.
Producer: Northeastern University
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Managers and staff members who
Intended Audience: Computer, electrical and systems engi-
come into frequent contact with networks and need to
neers involved in the design of wireless systems for uni-
understand more about them, accounting and purchasing
versal applications.
personnel who need more knowledge about the equip-
ment and software they evaluate and purchase, and
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
marketing and product management professionals look-
(11+)
ing for a comprehensive background on networking
technologies.
Videotape (IT02020401) $465 $4,215
Online (OL01062802) $375 N/A
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
CD-ROM (CD01062802) $405 N/A
Videotape (IT02020804) $440 $2,890
Online (OL02020804) $350 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02020804) $380 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Networking and Networking and
Telecommunications Series: Telecommunications Series: LANs
Telephony and Wide Area and Internetworking
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Networks
This course explores local area networks and the inter-
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
connections among various types of networks. We will
This course explores the telephone network and wide
discuss traditional and emerging applications for LANs
area networks. It begins with an explanation of the
and evaluate all of the common LAN technologies,
nature of the non-digital telephone network, because it
including Token Ring, Ethernet and FDDI. This course
still exerts a tremendous influence on wide area net-
addresses the ever-increasing demand for speed and
works. It then explores the digital and packet switched
looks at the ways that LAN vendors have responded to
telephone networks of today. The emphasis throughout is
the challenge. The course focuses on the distinctions
on the ways that data-communications technologies
among four classes of devices: repeaters, bridges,
have both adapted to and caused changes in the
routers and gateways. These devices are contrasted with
underlying telephone network. We will also discuss the
the new breed of LAN and layer 3 switches. It apprais-
latest high-speed communication alternatives, including
es the value of various connection technologies for link-
xDSL services and cable modems, especially as they are
ing LANs to each other and to MANs and WANs.
used by individuals and small organizations to connect
Presenter: Scott Helmers is a partner with the Harvard
to the Internet.
Computing Group, a consulting firm that assists organiza-
Presenter: Scott Helmers is a partner with the Harvard
tions with understanding relevant technologies and mak-
Computing Group, a consulting firm that assists organiza-
ing decisions about business applications running on
tions with understanding relevant technologies and mak-
intranets, extranets and the Internet.
ing decisions about business applications running on
Producer: Northeastern University
intranets, extranets and the Internet.
Intended Audience: Managers and staff members who
Producer: Northeastern University
come into frequent contact with networks and need to
Intended Audience: Managers and staff members who
understand more about them, accounting and purchasing
come into frequent contact with networks and need to
personnel who need more knowledge about the equip-
understand more about them, accounting and purchasing
ment and software they evaluate and purchase, and
personnel who need more knowledge about the equip-
marketing and product management professionals look-
ment and software they evaluate and purchase, and
ing for comprehensive background on networking tech-
marketing and product management professionals look-
nologies.
ing for a comprehensive background on networking
technologies.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
Videotape (IT02041201) $440 $2,890
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
Online (OL02041 20 1) $350 N/A
Videotape (IT02031503) $440 $2,890
CD-ROM (CD02041201) $380 N/A
Online (OL02031 503) $350 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02031503) $380 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
An Overview of Cellular and Wireless
Understanding Wireless
LAN Standards and Technology
Communications, CDMA & Next
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Generation Digital
This course provides a foundation for the overall descrip-
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
tion, features and capabilities of well-known wireless
This course provides an overview of key wireless tech-
telecommunication technologies. Among the topics cov-
nologies with an emphasis on the North American stan-
ered in detail are propagation, spectrum allocation, fre-
dard for code division multiple access (CDMA), com-
quency planning and network deployment; features,
monly known as IS-95. It covers wireless systems and
capabilities and limitations of major analog, second-gen-
services, spectrum allocation, cellular standards and relat-
eration (2G) and third-generation (3G) cellular telecom-
ed wireless technologies including wireless local loop,
munication standard technologies; features, capabilities
broadband wireless fixed access, wireless local area
and limitations of wireless local area network technolo-
networks (WLAN) and satellites. Advantages of CDMA
gies; evaluation and comparison of various access tech-
vs.alternative digital technologies are discussed and
nologies from both the service-provider and end-user
capacity comparisons of these alternatives are present-
perspectives; description of security threats and reme-
ed. The course concludes with next generation CDMA
dies for wireless networks; and convergence of cellular
concepts, which address the demand for increasingly
telecommunications and IP networks.
high wireless data rates.
Presenters: Dr.Arthur Giordano is the founder AG
Presenters: Dr.Arthur Giordano is the founder AG
Consulting, LLC, which consults in the field of military and
Consulting, LLC, which consults in the field of military and
commercial communications. Dr. Arda Aksu is an inde-
commercial communications. Dr. Allen Levesque, formerly
pendent wireless telecommunications consultant.
with GTE, is an independent consultant in digital and
Producer: Northeastern University
wireless communications.
Intended Audience: Employees of telecommunication equip-
Producer: Northeastern University
ment vendors or service providers; voice or data commu-
Intended Audience: Professionals in telecommunications,
nications analysts who would like to develop an under-
wireless, computing and signal processing industries.
standing of existing cellular standards; and project man-
agers who need to develop a rapid understanding of
Prerequisites: General knowledge of communications and
concepts and terminology for new wireless opportunities.
signal processing at an undergraduate level.
Prerequisites: Understanding of general telecommunica-
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
tions principles is recommended but not required.
Videotape (IT02070801) $440 $2,890
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
CD-ROM (CD01020501) $380 N/A
Videotape (IT03020701) $440 $2,890
Online (OL03020701) $350 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03020701) $380 N/A
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Introduction of CDMA 2000 Understanding the Basics of
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Communications Networks
The exponential growth in demand for wireless data
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours
communications along with advancements in signal pro-
cessing, Internet and mobile data networking have moti- Understanding the Basics of Communications
vated a global standardization activity for developing Networks™ was developed to provide the terms and
third-generation (3G) wireless, or the so-called IMT2000,
develop the background needed to thrive in our con-
systems. One of the standards developed based on stantly changing industry. If you are looking for a broad
IMT2000 is CDMA2000. This course provides an in- overview of the technologies, capabilities and services
depth understanding of major requirements, system fea- offered in today’s telecommunications networks, this
tures, services and concepts considered in design of course will give you the fundamental knowledge you
2G/cdmaOne and 3G/CDMA2000 systems. A sys- need.
tem overview of Basic CDMA concepts and second-
Presenter: Web-based instruction
generation CDMA networks is followed by an explo-
ration of 3G-CDMA and the evolution to CDMA2000
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
and beyond, including recent enhancements e.g. 1X-EV’s.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Presenter: Dr.Kamran Etemad is a senior manager of
Online (OL03040201) $395 N/A
technology with WFI, working on various aspects of cur-
CD-ROM (CD03040201) $395 N/A
rent and emerging telecommunication technology
process development and training.
Producer: University of Maryland, College Park
Intended Audience: This overview course is designed for a
broad audience, including technical and business man-
agers, engineers and network planners, and other profes-
sionals involved or interested in next-generation wireless
systems.
Prerequisites: Although the course is technically self-con-
tained, familiarity with basic communications systems is
highly preferred and recommended. It is strongly recom-
mended that each student unfamiliar with basic CDMA
concepts and applications obtain a CD-ROM of the
course (CDMA - Concepts and Applications) provided
by the University of Maryland for a fee of $75 in addi-
tion to the registration fees.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT02022503) $490 $2,490
Online (OL01 103 102) $400 N/A
CD-ROM (CD01 103 102) $430 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Understanding the Basics of Data Understanding the Basics of
Communications Wireless Communications
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours
Understanding the Basics of Data Communications™ is This introductory course explains the dynamic shift from
designed to give you the basic knowledge you need to older technologies based on copper lines to the newer
understand modern data networks. You will receive the wireless technologies, including cellular radio, time divi-
historical perspective necessary to understand how and sion multiple access (TDMA), code division multiple
why the technology evolved to its current widespread access (CDMA) and more. You will receive an overview
deployment and use, and you’ll get the background you of the principles of radio and radio technologies, and a
need if you are entering the technology field with little or review of newer applications of wireless, including cur-
no technical knowledge. Like any technology, it has its rent cellular system principles, mobile satellite services,
own language, which we will define. As an introductory and third-generation (3G) cellular technologies. This
course, it prepares you for more complex subjects. course will enable both newcomers and old hands to
get a broad perspective of wireless—where it has been,
Presenter: Web-based instruction
where it is now and where it is going.
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
Presenter: Web-based instruction
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
Online (OL03040202) $395 N/A
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
CD-ROM (CD03040202) $395 N/A
Online (OL03040203) $395 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03040203) $395 N/A
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Understanding GSM and Its Radio Understanding the Basics of SONET
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours
Interface
This course helps students understand the key elements
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours
of synchronous optical network (SONET in North
This course will introduce you to global system for
America) and synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH in most
mobile communications (GSM), the fastest growing of all
other parts of the world) technology, its profitable appli-
cellular technologies today. There is a need for everyone
cations and its operations, administration and mainte-
who is in mobile communications to be aware of GSM:
nance features. Topics include SONET/SDH framing
what it is,how it works and its business and technical
and overhead, topologies and rings, and DWDM
aspects. We developed this course to give you some of
overview.
those insights and to illustrate how the industry is evolv-
Presenter: Web-based instruction
ing rapidly from being a basic voice-only industry to a
data and voice industry.
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
Presenter: Web-based instruction
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
Online (OL03040206) $295 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03040206) $295 N/A
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL03040205) $395 N/A
CD-ROM (OL03040205) $395 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications
Data & Telecommunications Data & Telecommunications
Understanding the Basics of Optical Understanding Optical Networks
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours
Networking
Anyone who wants to understand this 21st century net-
CEU: 0.8, Course Length: 8 Hours
work needs to begin laying the foundation by getting a
This course is designed to introduce you to the
clear grasp of the concepts surrounding optical network-
SONET/SDH standard and the basic concepts of opti-
ing. This course introduces the student to the basic termi-
cal networking so you can understand—and effectively
nology, concepts, capabilities and issues associated with
communicate with colleagues and customers about—
the optical revolution. If you need to understand the jar-
these dynamic broadband topics. A network using
gon, the “gee whiz,” the motivations, the technology, the
SONET/SDH and dense wavelength division multiplex-
ugly truths and some of the ongoing challenges of optical
ing provides powerful networking capabilities, rapid
networks, this course is for you. This course is aimed at
reconfiguration around network failures, the ability for
the communications industry professional who has little or
responsive network expansion, efficient network man-
no background in optics or optical networking but who
agement and multiprotocol support. Anyone who needs
has a need for an intermediate level of understanding.
an introduction to these technologies should take this
Presenter: Web-based instruction
course, including network and equipment designers, net-
work planners, members of internal systems organizations
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
and sales and administrative sales support personnel.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Presenter: Web-based instruction
Online (OL03040208) $395 N/A
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
CD-ROM (CD03040208) $395 N/A
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL03040207) $395 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03040207) $395 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Data & Telecommunications Enterprise Technology
Data & Telecommunications Enterprise Technology
Data & Telecommunications Enterprise Technology
Understanding IP Networking Web Services: A Technical
and VPNs Overview
CEU: 1.4, Course Length: 14 Hours CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
This course was designed to give you a clear under- The computer industry is undergoing a radical shift: a
standing of the important underlying functionality support- move from hard-coded applications to lightweight servic-
ed by the Internet protocol (IP) suite and to help you see es delivered over the Internet. Web services take what
how all the parts work together to support an organiza- HTML and TCP/IP started and adds an element of XML
tion’s needs. We’ll explore the use of the IP suite as a to enable a new breed of services that come together
means of integrating both data and voice networks, the dynamically over the Internet. This course is designed to
performance and security issues surrounding IP networks help students understand the underlying technical frame-
and applications, and some of the services that are work, protocols and standards that help make Web serv-
available today, like virtual private networks (VPNs). ices successful. It covers basic concepts of XML, WSDL
(Web services description language), SOAP (simple
Presenter: Web-based instruction
object access protocol) and UDDI (universal description,
discovery and integration) and the role they play in
Producer: Telecommunications Research Associates, Inc.
developing a Web service.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Presenter: Ashish Soni is a lecturer in the Information
Online (OL03040209) $395 N/A
Technology Program at the University of Southern
CD-ROM (CD03040209) $395 N/A
California.
Producer: University of Southern California
Intended Audience: Developers and technical managers
who are reqired to make technology decisions as well
as for those who simply want to learn more about Web
services.
Prerequisites: Abasic knowledge of HTML and some
programming (preferably object-oriented) experience is
assumed.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
(10+)
Videotape (IT02120401) $465 $3,840
Online (OL021 1260 1) $375 N/A
CD-ROM (CD021 1260 1) $405 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Image Processing Internet
Image Processing Internet
Image Processing Internet
Introduction to JPEG2000: The Web Master Certificate Series
CEU: 9, Course Length: 90 Hours
New Still Image Compression
This series of courses provides a comprehensive introduc-
Standard
tion to Web authoring, development and management.
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
The series consists of the following three courses:
The JPEG2000 standard, with its rich set of functionali- Web Author
ties for efficiently compressing different types of images, Web Developer
has an enormous effect on many current and future Web Manager
applications. In this course, the core compression tech-
This series introduces students to HTML programming,
nique known as EBCOT (embedded block coding with
provides a foundation in scripting, Java and database
optimized truncation), packet formation, error resilience
management as well as Web manager roles and
and other functionalities of JPEG2000 are covered in
responsibilities. The student will learn how to code simple
detail. Compliance restriction issues associated with the
Web pages prior to using front-end applications for
JPEG2000 core technologies are also covered.
higher-level programming, use Perl scripting, CGI script-
Presenter: Dr.Sunil Kumar teaches courses on digital ing, Java, and Database Management tools. It also cov-
image processing and computer networks at the ers Web server configuration and administration, site
University of Southern California and has worked as a administration, FTP administration, Web scripts, gateways,
senior engineer with InterVideo, Inc., on JPEG2000 and and forms, Web searching and log files analysis, server
MPEG-4 related projects. security, and various facets and requirements of digital
commerce.This course includes interaction with an
Producer: University of Southern California
instructor who will respond to questions posted on an
electronic forum and will hold periodic chat sessions
Intended Audience: Communication systems engineers, com-
based on the needs of the students enrolled in the class.
puter network professionals and managers involved in
communication systems design and evaluation.
Presenter: Thomas Judge is a computer systems expert
with over 20 years of experience in technology devel-
Prerequisites: An undergraduate degree in electrical engi-
opment and training. He currently teaches at New Jersey
neering or computer science or its equivalent.
Institute of Technology.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
(10+)
Intended Audience: Students interested in Web program-
Videotape (IT02081202) $465 $3,840
ming and developing.
Online (OL02062604) $375 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02062604) $405 N/A
Prerequisites: Students should have some general
computer knowledge prior to taking this course.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL03070199) $2,700 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Internet
Internet
Internet Internet
Web Author Web Developer
CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
This course introduces students to HTML programming. This course provides a foundation of knowledge in Perl
The student will learn how to code simple Web pages scripting (including scalar variables, array variable, asso-
prior to using front-end applications for higher-level pro- ciative arrays,Perl operators, conditional statements,
gramming. Basic skills and concepts covered include loops, using arrays and associative arrays), CGI scripting
HTML structure, links and tables, Web graphics and col- (including using Perl for CGI, developing CGI scripts for
ors, Web site design, advanced HTML forms, advanced Perl, creating simple CGI scripts and forms-processing
page design, Dreamweaver, multimedia and information with CGI), Java (including applications and applets, pro-
about publishing your site. This course includes interaction gramming environment, security features, Java data types
with an instructor who will respond to questions posted and Java AWT), and ASP,VBScript and Database
on an electronic forum and will hold periodic chat ses- Management. This course includes interaction with an
sions based on the needs of the students enrolled in the instructor who will respond to questions posted on an
class. Please go to the NTU Web site for starting dates electronic forum and will hold periodic chat sessions
for this course. based on the needs of the students enrolled in the class.
Please go to the NTU Web site for starting dates for this
Presenter: Thomas Judge is a computer systems expert
course.
with over 20 years of experience in technology devel-
opment and training. He currently teaches at New Jersey Presenter: Thomas Judge is a computer systems expert
Institute of Technology. with over 20 years of experience in technology devel-
opment and training. He currently teaches at New Jersey
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Institute of Technology.
Intended Audience: Students interested in Web program-
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
ming and developing.
Intended Audience: Students interested in Web program-
Prerequisites: Students should have some general comput-
ming and developing.
er knowledge prior to taking this course.
Prerequisites: Students should have some general pro-
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
gramming expertise or more advanced experience with
Online (OL03070 191) $ 1,000 N/A
HTML prior to taking this course.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL03070192) $1,000 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Internet
Internet
Internet Internet
Web Manager Rapid Application Web Design
CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
Certificate Series
This course focuses on Web manager roles and respon-
CEU: 1.5, Course Length: 15 Hours
sibilities. It covers the following topics: Web server con-
Learn the art of high-tech Web design while using and
figuration and administration, Web site administration, FTP
comparing cutting-edge development tools and technolo-
administration, Web scripts, gateways, and forms, Web
gies. This five-part, 15-hour certification series
searching and log files analysis, and server security
combines online commentary with off-line activities and
including SSL, Certificate Server, firewalls, proxy servers,
tutorials to create real-life Web development scenarios
port security, log analysis, monitoring tools, and various
and solutions. The series demonstrates how to use and
facets and requirements of digital commerce. This course
compare the latest digital imaging tools and technolo-
includes interaction with an instructor who will respond
gies and some “RAD”(rapid application development)
to questions posted on an electronic forum and will hold
tools, thereby providing students the skills and knowl-
periodic chat sessions based on the needs of the stu-
edge to enhance their expertise. This Series includes
dents enrolled in the class. Please go to the NTU Web
“Web Image Creation—Design for the Internet,”
site for starting dates for this course.
“Dynamic Navigation,”“Interactive Movies,”“Bringing It
Presenter: Thomas Judge is a computer systems expert
together: Site Creation, Development and Maintenance“
with over 20 years of experience in technology devel-
and “WrapUp: Design Issues, Functionality and
opment and training. He currently teaches at New Jersey
Usability/Project Discussion.”
Institute of Technology.
Presenter: Erin Clark is a Dallas-based Web developer,
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Internet consultant and Web design/e-commerce instruc-
tor. She taught advanced-level courses in Web design as
Intended Audience: Students interested in Web program-
part of the Southern Methodist University E-Commerce
ming and developing.
Certification Program.
Prerequisites: Students should have some general pro-
Producer: Southern Methodist University
gramming expertise or more advanced experience with
HTML prior to taking this course.
Intended Audience: This series is an intermediate-to-
advanced course for Web developers and designers.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Any users with a basic knowledge of Web development
Online (OL03070193) $1,000 N/A
or multimedia tools can benefit by mastering the tips,
tricks, methods and programs of professionals.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT02031 199) $ 1, 190 $5,940
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Internet
Internet
Internet Internet
State-of-the-Art Web Page Human Factors for Web Design
CEU: 0.6, Course Length: 6 Hours
Development Series
Almost everyone has had the frustrating experience of
CEU: 1.5, Course Length: 15 Hours
hitting Web sites that are virtually unreadable or difficult
This course contains five self-contained seminars that
to navigate. This course is designed to help participants
bring the student to an understanding of new Web tech-
make sure that the sites they create don’t fall into this cat-
nologies and the process of designing and developing
egory. In this course, participants are familiarized with
Web pages. The first seminar is “Understanding the
the basic guidelines and practices for Web page visual
DOM,”a key technology. Next is “Advanced JavaScript,”
design. Human-factors analysis, visual design (e.g., use of
which covers more advanced concepts such as time-lin-
color and animation), usability and Web site develop-
ing a Web page and capturing user events on a Web
ment are among the topics covered. Case studies and a
page. Next, “Dynamic Positioning on a Web Page”
review of applied research are an integral part of the
shows how to position elements on a Web page and
course as is a summary of critiques of related online
change their properties. “Adding Interactivity to Web
information.
Pages” brings all of this together to build interactive Web
Presenter: Steven M. Jacobs is with TRW Systems in
sites. Finally, in “Creating Cross-Browser Web
Carson, Calif., and an adjunct assistant professor of com-
Applications,” the student will learn how to create an
puter science at the University of Southern California.
application using all of the previous technologies.
Producer: University of Southern California
Presenter: Kevin Hanegan is a software engineer at
Raytheon Co. and is a part-time instructor in the MIS
Intended Audience: Anyone seeking to improve the
and state-of-the-art departments at Northeastern
usability (ease of use) of their Web sites, whether it
University.
is for internal/specialized use (intranet, virtual private net-
works) or public Internet (www) applications.
Producer: Northeastern University
Prerequisites: Access to an Internet-connected computer
Intended Audience: This series is intended for Web design-
loaded with a Web browser. Real-time access while
ers who have a working knowledge of Web program-
viewing the course is ideal but not required.
ming who want to create state-of-the-art Web page
applications for both Netscape and Internet Explorer.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Prerequisites: These seminars assume some basic knowl-
(10+)
edge of JavaScript and cascading style sheets. Viewers
Videotape (IT02082002) $465 $3,840
who are not familiar with any of these technologies
CD-ROM (CD02030701) $405 N/A
before hand, can take NTU’s six-hour DHTML overview,
“Introduction to DHTML.”
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL01072499) $900 N/A
CD-ROM (CD01072499) $980 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Internet
Internet
Internet Internet
J2EE and Enterprise Java Beans Java GUI Development with AWT
Development and Swing
CEU: .3, Course Length: 3 Hours CEU: .3, Course Length: 3 Hours
Enterprise Java Beans (EJB) is a software component The basis for graphical programming in Java is the
model for defining server-based reusable software com- Abstract Windowing toolkit (AWT) that provides the
ponents. EJBs are run in the context of Sun’s new Java 2 foundation for graphical programming with support for
Enterprise Edition (J2EE) architecture, which provides dis- colors, fonts, graphics, images and layout managers.
tributed support services to EJBs located on J2EE servers. Swing is an extensive set of graphical components built
Developers using EJBs can focus on the business logic of on top of the AWT component classes that feature a
an application without having to worry about the details pluggable look-and-feel. This course examines the funda-
of distributed deployment, such as transaction manage- mental AWT and Swing classes needed to build graphi-
ment and security. This course provides an overview of cal front-ends to Java programs. Because AWT and
the J2EE architecture, including an overview of EJB and Swing are event driven, the course will explore how the
Web containers, and explores how Enterprise Java Beans Java event model is used to communicate information
are created and deployed to form the building blocks for from GUI components to application components. The
robust, distributed, enterprise-wide applications. course will examine how application development tools,
such as Borland’s Jbuilder, utilize AWT and Swing com-
Presenter: Dr.Frank Coyle is on the faculty of the
ponents to provide drag-and-drop GUI design.
Computer Science Department at Southern Methodist
Universit y, where he is director of the Software Presenter: Dr.Frank Coyle is on the faculty of the
Engineering Program. Computer Science Department at Southern Methodist
Universit y, where he is director of the Software
Producer: Southern Methodist University
Engineering Program.
Intended Audience: Programmers and developers with
Producer: Southern Methodist University
experience in Java or C++
Intended Audience: Programmers and developers with
Prerequisites: One year or more of programming in Java
experience in Java or C++
or C++
Prerequisites: One year or more of programming in Java
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
or C++
Videotape (IT001 101 9 1) $3 10 $ 1 ,560
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Online (OL01030191) $250 N/A
CD-ROM (CD01030191) $270 N/A Videotape (IT001 10891) $310 $1 ,560
Online (OL01030891) $250 N/A
CD-ROM (CD01030891) $270 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Internet
Internet
Internet Internet
Java Servlets and Java Server Pages Java XML Programming
CEU: .3, Course Length: 3 Hours CEU: .3, Course Length: 3 Hours
How Servlets and JSP’s may be integrated to provide Java programmers have two alternatives for working
Web developers with a simple, consistent mechanism for with XML data: DOM (the Document Object Model)
extending the functionality of a Web server and access- and SAX (the Simplified API for XML), each with their
ing existing business systems. This course will help learners own conceptual approaches. DOM is based on a hier-
understand how HTTP forms the basis for Web communi- archical tree representation of an XML document, where-
cation, build Servlets to handle Web requests and use as SAX uses an event-driven model to react to XML tags
Servlets to connect to local programs and data bases. and data. In this class, we’ll step through the source code
of several DOM and SAX-based Java programs that
Presenter: Dr.Frank Coyle is on the faculty of the
accomplish different B2B XML processing tasks and com-
Computer Science Department at Southern Methodist
pare the differences from a software development per-
Universit y, where he is director of the Software
spective.Participants will come away with an under-
Engineering Program.
standing of the strengths and weaknesses of each model
Producer: Southern Methodist University as well as insights into the applicability of DOM vs. SAX
for various XML processing tasks.
Intended Audience: Programmers and developers with
Presenter: Dr.Frank Coyle is on the faculty of the
experience in Java or C++
Computer Science Department at Southern Methodist
Prerequisites: One year or more of programming in Java
Universit y, where he is director of the Software
or C++
Engineering Program.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Producer: Southern Methodist University
Videotape (IT00102591) $310 $1 ,560
Intended Audience: Programmers and developers with
Online (OL01022292) $250 N/A
experience in Java or C++
CD-ROM (CD001 12 30 1) $270 N/A
Prerequisites: One year or more of programming in Java
or C++
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT00092791) $310 $1 ,560
Online (OL01021591) $250 N/A
CD-ROM (CD00102601) $270 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Management
IT Management
IT Management IT Management
Developing Web Services with ASP
Building on What We Know:
.Net
Technology, Process and ROI for
CEU: .5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Knowledge Management
This course introduces the student to Web services with
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
ASP.Net, including protocols such as SOAP,UDDI, WSDL
It has never been more crucial for organizations to work
and DISCO. The overall architecture in developing and
more effectively. One of the best ways to accomplish
deploying Web services using .Net will be emphasized.
that goal is to reuse the wealth of knowledge that has
Students will be able to develop and consume Web
accumulated within an organization. This seminar will
services using .Net, as well as consume them with Java
provide the information necessary for business
clients and vice versa. Upon completion of this course,
people to decide whether they need to develop a
the learner will understand the overall protocol suite of
knowledge-management strategy. It focuses on how
Web Services, be able to develop Web services using
knowledge-management systems affect the processes,
Visual Studio .Net, know how to consume and test Web
culture and business practices within organizations.
services and understand different types of security for
Specific approaches that can assist you in developing
Web services.
your own knowledge-management strategy are
Presenter: Larry Presswood has been in the software
emphasized.
industry for over 15 years and has taught software devel-
Presenter: Scott Helmers is a partner with the Harvard
opment courses in Northeastern University's State-of-the-
Computing Group, a consulting firm that assists organiza-
Art Program for over six years.
tions with understanding relevant technologies and mak-
Producer: Northeastern University
ing decisions about business applications running on
intranets, extranets and the Internet.
Intended Audience: Developers who want to develop and
deploy Web services using .Net framework.
Producer: Northeastern University
Prerequisites: A good understanding of C# and XML.
Intended Audience: Division and department managers,
business analysts, systems analysts, IS/IT staff members,
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
financial analysts, reengineering specialists, business
Videotape (IT03050901) $440 $2,890
process analysts, consultants and others who are
Online (OL03050901) $350 N/A
involved in streamlining and improving organizational
CD-ROM (CD03050901) $380 N/A
operations.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (8+)
Videotape (IT02032205) $440 $2,890
Online (OL02032205) $350 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02032205) $380 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Advanced Programming in Java Introduction to Java Programming
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
Certificate Series
Java is the object-oriented programming language for
CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
creating platform-independent code for Internet and gen-
The Advanced Java Certificate Series provides coverage
eral-purpose applications. Java is portable, robust, secure
of the major contemporary areas in which Java is being
and surprisingly simple. However, its standard libraries
used.It consists of “Advanced Programming with
are rich, huge and complex, and they are growing by
Java,”“Java Programming for Databases” and “Advanced
leaps and bounds. This course explains how Java is dif-
Design in Java.”
ferent from other programming languages, discusses Java
data types, control constructs, functions, classes, class
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
composition and inheritance, and applets and applica-
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
tions. This will introduce you to Java and library funda-
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
mentals and will prepare you for a deeper study of this
gramming for working adults.
language, which is evolving into the next object-oriented
Producer: Boston University
language of choice in industry.
Intended Audience: Programmers, software engineers and
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
project managers who want to evaluate Java as a gen-
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
eral-purpose object-oriented language and as a lan-
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
guage for interactive Web applications.
gramming for working adults.
Producer: Boston University
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Intended Audience: Programmers, software engineers and
Videotape (IT0301 1499) $2, 339 $ 1 1,784
project managers who want to evaluate Java as a gen-
Online (OL0301 1499) $ 1 ,889 N/A
eral-purpose object-oriented language and as a lan-
CD-ROM (CD0301 1499) $2,069 N/A
guage for interactive Web applications.
Prerequisites: Some experience with a general-purpose
programming language as well as with the software
development process. The ability to understand C/C++
code is helpful but not mandatory.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03021791) $850 $4,350
Online (OL0301 149 1) $700 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03021791) $760 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Advanced Java Object-Oriented Programming
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
with Java
Java is the object-oriented programming language for
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
creating platform-independent code for Internet and gen-
The enthusiastic acceptance of Java in industry is not sur-
eral-purpose applications. Its broad acceptance in indus-
prising: Java portability has no rivals, and the Enterprise
try makes knowledge of it a must for keeping pace with
framework supports further separation of presentation and
new professional developments. This course builds on
business logic in client/server applications. Object-orient-
your familiarity with introductory Java. It starts with a
ed programming, however, is more difficult than program-
review of class composition and inheritance in Java and
ming with functions, and many Java applications become
continues with the discussion of Java interfaces, event
unnecessarily complex. This course will help Java develop-
handling, graphical user interfaces, exceptions handling,
ers avoid this pitfall. It explains how to divide application
streams, multithreading,containers, networking and data-
work among different classes of a program, how to mini-
base connectivity. This is an ambitious program that
mize communications among these classes and how to
should prepare you for using Java in state-of-the-art soft-
make the knowledge and intent of the program designer
ware development projects.
clear to the maintenance programmer.
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
gramming for working adults.
gramming for working adults.
Producer: Boston University
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Engineers, programmers, designers and
Intended Audience: Engineers, programmers, designers and
project managers who want to extend their skills in
project managers who want to extend their skills in
developing maintainable and reusable object-oriented
developing maintainable and reusable object-oriented
programs using Java as the implementation language.
Java programs.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with the fundamentals of Java
Prerequisites: Experience in writing programs in a high-
programming (e.g., taking the NTU course on
level language is necessary. Experience in Java is help-
Introduction to Java Programming).
ful, but all necessary knowledge of Java is introduced in
the course.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03012192) $850 $4,350
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Online (OL03012192) $700 N/A
Videotape (IT03012893) $850 $4,350
CD-ROM (CD03012192) $760 N/A
Online (OL03012893) $700 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03012893) $760 N/A
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course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Internet Technologies and Web Series Certificate in Internet
Services Certificate Series Technologies and Web Services:
CEU: 6, Course Length: 60 Hours
A Focus on C# and .NET
The Internet Technologies and Web Services Certificate
CEU: 2.5, Course Length: 25 Hours
Series provides coverage of the major current and
This course provides a focus on the concepts and appli-
emerging technologies used for the Internet and Web
cations of C# and .NET. It consists of the following three
services. The series consists of two course series:
courses:
Certificate in Internet Technologies & Web Services:
Introduction to Internet Technologies
Focus on Java Beans
Introduction to Web Services: XML/XMI, UDDI, SOAP
Certificate in Internet Technologies & Web Services:
Components: C# and .NET
Focus on C# and .NET
The series of three courses provides an introduction to
The series provides an introduction to the major current
the major current and emerging technologies for the
and emerging technologies for the Internet, from CGI and
Internet, from CGI and JavaScript to Microsoft’s .NET
JavaScript to Microsoft’s .NET to Java Beans and Web
and Web services and the way in which they are used
services and the way in which they are used to build
to build Web applications. It explains the following top-
Web applications. It explains the architecture of Web serv-
ics: architecture of Web services; review of XML,
ices; reviews XML, schemas and XSL; SOAP (simple
schemas and XSL; SOAP (simple object access proto-
object access protocol); WSDL (Web services description
col); WSDL (Web services description language); UDDI
language); UDDI (universal description, discovery and inte-
(universal description, discovery and integration); gener-
gration); generating Web services through Java, .NET
ating Web services through Java, .NET architecture; C#
architecture; C# and Visual Studio.NET; and Sun One
and Visual Studio.NET; and Sun One architecture and
architecture and tools. It introduces the concepts and appli-
tools. It also introduces the concepts and
cation of the C# programming language, with an empha-
application of the C# programming language, with
sis on .NET and describes .NET assemblies (components).
an emphasis on .NET and describes .NET assemblies
It discusses the life cycles of Beans, as well as how to
(components) and the means whereby C# is used
build applications using them. Course participants will
to create them, including access to metadata.
understand C++, .NET, and Java Beans and be able to
begin applying them in a reusable manner to build appli-
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
cations.
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
Producer: Boston University
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
Producer: Boston University
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
Internet application in whole or part.
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Internet application in whole or in part.
Videotape (IT03020499) $1 ,989 $9,984
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Online (OL03020499) $1 ,599 N/A
Videotape (IT0301 1488) $4 ,098$20,088
CD-ROM (CD03020499) $1,749 N/A
Online (OL0301 1488) $3 , 198 N/A
CD-ROM (CD0301 1488) $3 ,498 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Introduction to Internet Technologies Introduction to Web Services:
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
XML/XMI, UDDI, SOAP
This is an introduction to the major current and emerging
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
technologies for the Internet, from CGI and JavaScript to
Web services reflect the new generation of site-to-site
Microsoft’s .NET and Web services. Architecture and
interoperability. When Web services become common, a
code examples are provided for each technology. The
user will be able to make a flight reservation, and have
course covers Web architecture, HTTP and CGI, XML,
other Web-based assets at various sites automatically
SOAP and JavaScript. The course will provide partici-
updated (e.g., calendar, car reservations, hotel reserva-
pants with insight into the important Internet technologies
tions). The course will explain the following topics: archi-
and languages and the way in which they are used to
tecture of Web services; review of XML, schemas and
build Web applications. Students will become familiar
XSL; SOAP (simple object access protocol); WSDL (Web
with the main current and emerging technologies used
services description language); UDDI (universal descrip-
for Internet development, understand the architectures
tion, discovery and integration); generating Web servic-
and goals of Web languages, utilize CGI, JavaScript,
es through Java, .NET architecture; C# and Visual
Applets and C#, and appreciate what .NET promises to
Studio.NET; and Sun One architecture and tools.
bring to the Web.
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Producer: Boston University
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Software engineers looking to broaden
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
applications by accessing Web services and software
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
designers who want to create Web services and make
Internet application in whole or in part.
them available on intranets or the Internet.
Prerequisites: Knowledge of C++ or Java.
Prerequisites: Exposure to C++ or Java.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03030391) $850 $4,350
Videotape (IT03031892) $850 $4,350
Online (OL03030391) $700 N/A
Online (OL03031892) $700 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03030391) $760 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03031892) $760 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Components: C# and .NET Series Certificate in Internet
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Technologies and Web Services:
This course introduces the concepts and application of
A Focus on Java Beans
the C# programming language, with an emphasis on
CEU: 2, Course Length: 20 Hours
.NET. Course participants will gain an appreciation of
the C# language and be able to generate .NET com-
This course provides a focus on the concepts and appli-
ponents using it. The course begins with the design
cations of Java beans. It consists of the following three
goals and syntax of C#. It then covers the architecture of
courses:
C# applications. Finally, the course describes .NET
assemblies (components) and the means whereby C# is Introduction to Internet Technologies
Introduction to Web Services: XML/XMI, UDDI, SOAP
used to create them, including access to metadata.
Components: Java Beans
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
The series of three courses provides an introduction to
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989. the major current and emerging technologies for the
Internet, from CGI and JavaScript to Java Beans and
Producer: Boston University
Web services and the way in which they are used to
build Web applications. It explains the following topics:
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
architecture of Web services; review of XML, schemas
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
and XSL; SOAP (simple object access protocol); WSDL
application development using the next generation of
(Web services description language); UDDI (universal
Microsoft development tools.
description, discovery and integration); generating Web
Prerequisites: Abasic understanding of C++.
services through Java, .NET architecture; C# and Visual
Studio.NET; and Sun One architecture and tools. It also
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
discusses the life cycles of Beans, as well as how to
Videotape (IT03021493) $465 $2,340 build applications using them. A demonstration is provid-
Online (OL03021493) $375 N/A ed of how Beans is used in a visual environment, fol-
lowed by a review of Enterprise Java Beans. Course
CD-ROM (CD03021493) $405 N/A
participants will understand Java Beans and be able to
begin applying them in a reusable manner to build
applications.
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
Internet application in whole or part.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03030399) $1 ,899 $9 ,894
Online (OL03030399) $1 ,599 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03030399) $1,749 N/A
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course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Components: Java Beans Advanced Design in Java
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Certificate Series
This course introduces the concepts and application of
CEU: 2, Course Length: 20 Hours
Java Beans. The course discusses the life cycles of
This two-course series is intended to educate students in
Beans, as well as how to build applications using them.
the elements of object-oriented design. It covers object-ori-
Ademonstration is provided of how Beans is used in a
ented analysis and design, as well as the useful design
visual environment. This is followed by a review of
pattern techniques. It consists of the following courses:
Enterprise Java Beans. Course participants will under-
Design Patterns
stand Java Beans and be able to begin applying them
Object-Oriented Analysis & Design
in a reusable manner to build applications through
understanding the Bean concept, building Java Beans in
This course covers a majority of the significant design pat-
a visual environment, building applications in a visual
terns. Most of the design patterns that were introduced by
environment and understanding the goals and architec-
Gamma, et al, in their classic text are covered. In addition,
ture of Enterprise Java Beans.
the course includes a description of object-oriented soft-
ware requirements, architectures and frameworks, UML and
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
the use of architectural design patterns. It also includes
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
concurrency considerations, design for data persistence,
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
user interface accommodation and refactoring. Series par-
Producer: Boston University
ticipants will be able to apply design patterns in their
work through appreciating how design patterns can satis-
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
fy many design goals, differentiating among the three
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
main categories of design patterns and applying many of
application development using Java.
the design patterns to real-world problems. Participants will
Prerequisites:Abasic understanding of Java.
improve their ability to specify requirements, create more
effective designs and express them using a recognized,
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
widely accepted notation.
Videotape (IT03032493) $465 $2,340
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
Online (OL03032493) $375 N/A
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
CD-ROM (CD03032493) $405 N/A
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
application development using OO methods, languages
or tools.
Prerequisites: Significant exposure to an object-oriented
language such as Java or C++. The code examples will
be Java.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03030599) $3,498 $19,488
Online (OL03030599) $3, 198 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03030599) $3,318 N/A
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Design Patterns Object-Oriented Analysis & Design
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours
This course covers a majority of the significant design Object-oriented analysis and design is the process of
patterns. Most of the design patterns that were intro- creating OO designs from requirements in an iterative
duced by Gamma, et al, in their classical text are cov- fashion. The course includes a description of object-ori-
ered. Their classification is used: creational patterns for ented software requirements, architectures and frame-
flexible object creation at runtime, structural for represent- works, UML and the use of architectural design patterns.
ing object combinations, such as trees, and behavioral It also includes concurrency considerations, design for
for capturing behavior. Course participants will learn to data persistence, user interface accommodation and
apply design patterns in their work through appreciating refactoring. Course participants will improve their ability
how design patterns can satisfy many design goals, dif- to specify requirements, create more effective designs
ferentiating among the three main categories of design and express them using a recognized, widely accepted
patterns and applying many of the design patterns to notation.
real-world problems.
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con- sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast. He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
Producer: Boston University
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Software developers, engineers and
Intended Audience: Software developers and engineers supervisors involved in, or planning to be involved in,
involved in, or planning to be involved in, application application development using OO methods, languages
development using object-oriented methods. or tools.
Prerequisites: Significant exposure to an object-oriented Prerequisites: Some exposure to an OO language such
language such as Java or C++. The code examples will as C++ or Java.
be Java.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03031992) $850 $4,350
Videotape (IT03030591) $850 $4,350 Online (OL03031992) $700 N/A
Online (OL03030591) $700 N/A CD-ROM (CD03031992) $760 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03030591) $760 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Management
IT Management
IT Management IT Management
Forecasting Technological Change Introduction to Microsoft Windows
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
XP
Technology forecasting is the process of discovering and
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
communicating probable technical capabilities in order to
The purpose of this course is to address questions
make better decisions, gain competitive advantage and
regarding whether it is time to upgrade to Microsoft
prevent surprises. It concentrates on discovering the direc-
Windows XP Professional in a business environment. The
tion, rate and nature of the changes taking place in tech-
latest version of Windows offers improvements both in
nologies. The tools available for accomplishing these
terms of performance and new productivity tools. This
tasks fall into four general categories of techniques: sur-
course explains each of the benefits and tools not only
veillance, trend analysis, expert opinion and integrative.
from a functionality standpoint, but also as a comparison
The techniques within the four are aimed at discerning the
with existing tools for previous versions of Windows. The
probable capabilities at the three levels of technology
size of the business dramatically impacts the timing of
(direct, supportive and enabling). The types of techniques
when to upgrade to new software, especially a new
used and the efforts employed to forecast are dependent
operating system. This course will address how both
on a series of both internal and external factors.
small and large businesses are evaluating Windows XP
Presenter: Paul Schumann, co-founder of Glocal Vantage,
Professional before deciding to upgrade.
Inc., is a recognized expert in innovation, strategy, cre-
Presenter: James Lamprecht is owner and founder of
ativity and leadership. As an adjunct professor at the
Westward Computer Consulting, Inc. His clientele
University of Texas, he taught a graduate-level course in
includes a diverse group of businesses from law firms to
technology forecasting.
manufacturing and entertainment companies from Los
Producer: National Technological University
Angeles to the south of France.
Intended Audience:Atechnologist/engineer or
Producer: University of Southern California
technology/engineer manager in a business or
Intended Audience: New and experienced users and net-
industry.
work engineers interested in learning about Microsoft’s
latest operating system as well as understanding the
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
impact it will have on businesses. This course is also ben-
Videotape (IT03052101) $466 $2,346
eficial to anyone who would like to be more familiar
Online (OL03052101) $376 N/A
with operating systems and the directions in which they
CD-ROM (CD03052101) $406 N/A
are going.
Prerequisites: Familiarity with previous Windows operat-
ing systems is assumed. Experience with using a comput-
er for business purposes is helpful but not required.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
(10+)
Videotape (IT02052204) $465$3,840
Online (OL02052204) $375 N/A
CD-ROM (CD02052204) $405 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Java Programming for Databases
Advanced Java Certificate Series
Certificate Series
CEU: 8.7, Course Length: 87 Hours
CEU: 2.3, Course Length: 23 Hours
The Advanced Java Certificate Series provides coverage
This course emphasizes the use of Java in the storage and
of the major contemporary areas in which Java is being
retrieval of data. Besides classical database programming
used.It consists of the following three series:
in Java, it includes coverage of XML processing and the
Advanced Programming in Java Certificate Series
java.net package. It consists of the following courses:
Java Programming for Database Certificate Series
Introduction to Java Programming
Advanced Design in Java Certificate Series
Database Design and Programming in Java
Java and XML
This series is intended to educate students in the ele-
Java .Net & RMI Programming
ments of object-oriented design. It covers object-oriented
analysis and design, as well as the useful design pattern
This course series starts by explaining how Java is different
techniques. It also emphasizes the use of Java in the stor-
from other programming languages, discusses Java data types,
age and retrieval of data. Besides classical database
control constructs, functions, classes, class composition and
programming in Java, it includes coverage of XML pro-
inheritance, applets and applications. It then provides an
cessing and the java.net package.
overview of database systems and writing database access
programs using procedural languages such as PL/SQL. It
Presenters: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and
describes how to use Java along with a database system
consultant to development groups throughout the
such as Oracle to develop all parts of a database applica-
Northeast. He has taught at Boston University since
tion, including JDBC and SQL J. The course then introduces the
1989. Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
student to XML and the means for processing XML with Java. It
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
includes a discussion of schemas, the document-object model,
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
the SAX parsing process and the transformation of XML into
gramming for working adults. Dr. Vijay Kanabar is a pro-
parts that can be incorporated into processing. After complet-
fessor at Boston University, consulting and teaching in the
ing this course series, the participant will be able to design a
applied areas of IT and project management.
simple relational database with two tables, understand struc-
Intended Audience: Programmers, software engineers and tured query language and retrieve data using JDBC and SQLJ.
project managers who want to evaluate Java as a gen- The student will also be able to express documents in XML,
eral-purpose object-oriented language and as a lan- specify legal XML forms with schemas, view XML as a DOM
guage for interactive Web applications. object, parse XML, transform XML into usable parts, deal all the
parts of an XML expression through Java, specify XML and use
Prerequisites: Significant exposure to an object-oriented
Java to process XML input.
language such as Java or C++. The code examples will
Presenters: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and consult-
be Java.
ant to development groups throughout the Northeast. He has
taught at Boston University since 1989. Dr. Victor Shtern is an
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
associate professor at Boston University, where he develops
Videotape (IT03020488) $6,027 $29,562
and teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on object-
Online (OL03020488) $4,707 N/A
oriented programming for working adults. Dr. Vijay Kanabar is
CD-ROM (CD03020488) $5, 147 N/A
a professor at Boston University, consulting and teaching in the
applied areas of IT and project management.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT03021799) $1,919 $9 ,4 1 4
Online (OL03021799) $1 ,559 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03021799) $1 ,699 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development
IT Professional Development IT Professional Development
Database Design and Programming Java and XML
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
in Java
CEU: 0.3, Course Length: 3 Hours
This course introduces the student to XML and the means
for processing XML with Java. It includes a discussion of
This module provides an overview of database systems
schemas, the document-object model, the SAX parsing
and writing database access programs using procedural
process and the transformation of XML into parts that
languages such as PL/SQL. It subsequently describes
can be incorporated into processing. After completing
how to use Java along with a database system such as
this course, the participant will be able to express docu-
Oracle to develop all parts of a database application
ments in XML, specify legal XML forms with Schemas,
including JDBC and SQL J. After completing this course,
view XML as a DOM object, parse XML, transform XML
the participant will be able to design a simple relational
into usable parts, deal all the parts of an XML expres-
database with two tables, understand Structured Query
sion through Java, specify XML and use Java to process
Language and retrieve data using JDBC and SQL.
XML input.
Presenter: Dr. Vijay Kanabar is a professor at Boston
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
University and has been consulting and teaching in the
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
applied areas of IT and project management for more
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
than 22 years in the United States and Canada.
Producer: Boston University
Producer: Boston University
Intended Audience: Software engineers looking to work
Intended Audience: Those with Java programming experi-
with Java and XML. Software designers.
ence who want to understand how to create relational
tables and how to fill tables by drawing data from data-
Prerequisites: Knowledge of Java.
base systems using Java.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Prerequisites: Java introductory knowledge.
Videotape (IT03022593) $465 $2,340
Online (OL03022593) $375 N/A
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
CD-ROM (CD03022593) $405 N/A
Videotape (IT03022492) $350 $1 ,800
Online (OL03022492) $290 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03022492) $310 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.IT Professional Development Networking and Computer Communications
IT Professional Development Networking and Computer Communications
IT Professional Development Networking and Computer Communications
Java .Net & RMI Programming Introduction to EDI (Electronic Data
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
Interchange)
This course is an introduction to remote network pro-
CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
gramming in Java. It covers the architecture of java.net,
This course provides an introduction to EDI process, busi-
as well as programming with Sockets, UPD and URL. It
ness process using EDI, components used in EDI and EDI
then describes the architecture of RMI, shows how serv-
mapping. After completing this course, the learner will
ices are made available and provides example code for
understand the basics of EDI, understand the working of
clients accessing them. Course participants will become
EDI, utilize EDI standards in business application, know
familiar with using Java at low and high levels to interact
the components of EDI and look to future trends. This
with the Internet. After completing this course, the partici-
course includes interaction with an instructor who will
pant will be able to distinguish ways to use Java in
respond to questions posted on an electronic forum and
remote programming, use UDP programming at the pack-
will hold periodic chat sessions. Please go to the NTU
et level, apply socket-level programming, program at the
Web site for starting dates for this course.
URLlevel and understand the fundamentals of remote
method invocation.
Presenter: Mahesh Vandanam is a software engineer
with 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He has
Presenter: Dr.Eric Braude is an author, professor and con-
worked as an SAP-EDI consultant for the past six years in
sultant to development groups throughout the Northeast.
IS oil, automotive, consumer products, manufacturing and
He has taught at Boston University since 1989.
beverage industries.
Producer: Boston University
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
Intended Audience: Software developers and engineers
Intended Audience: Students who are interested in a career
involved in, or planning to be involved in, application
in e-commerce and EDI applications. Managers or team
development using remote network programming using
leaders who will be leading their company’s new e-
Java.
commerce/EDI solutions.
Prerequisites: Students should know Java basics.
Prerequisites: None
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Videotape (IT03022794) $465 $2,340
Online (OL03070102) $1 ,200 N/A
Online (OL03022794) $375 N/A
CD-ROM (CD03022794) $405 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Networking and Computer Communications Object-Oriented Programming
Networking and Computer Communications Object-Oriented Programming
Networking and Computer Communications Object-Oriented Programming
Advanced EDI Concepts C++ With Object-Oriented
CEU: 3, Course Length: 30 Hours
Analysis & Design
This course provides an overview of EDI knowledge
CEU: 0.5, Course Length: 5 Hours
necessary to interface with business systems, the applica-
This course provides a practical introduction to the new
tion of EDI to e-commerce technology solutions, and XML
generation of object-oriented methods and integrates
and EDI. After completing this course, the student will
object-oriented analysis and design with object-oriented
have intermediate knowledge of EDI, understand the
programming. It describes the UML notation for relation-
uses of EDI in e-commerce,understand interfacing EDIT
ships between classes and objects, and the implications
with business systems, and use concepts of XML in EDI.
of modeling decisions on the quality of software.
This course includes interaction with an instructor who
Particular attention is paid to implementing associations
will respond to questions posted on an electronic forum
where one class is related to another as (a) a compo-
and will hold periodic chat sessions. Please go to the
nent object, (b) a function parameter in a message, (c) a
NTU Web site for starting dates for this course.
local variable in a method. The course also shows how
Presenter: Mahesh Vandanam is a software engineer
placing related data and operations in different classes
with 10 years of experience in the IT industry. He has
can affect the quality (reusability and modifiability) of
worked as an SAP-EDI consultant for the past six years in
implementation.
IS oil, automotive, consumer products, manufacturing and
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
beverage industries.
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
gramming for working adults.
Intended Audience: Students who are interested in a career
in e-commerce and EDI applications. Managers or team
Producer: Boston University
leaders who will be leading their company’s new e-
Intended Audience: Programmers, engineers and other IT
commerce/EDI solutions.
professionals who want to become familiar with the
Prerequisites: Introduction to EDI, knowledge of XML
modern state of the art in object-oriented design and
programming.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Prerequisites: Some experience working with an object-
Online (OL03070103) $1 ,200 N/A
oriented programming language such as C++ or Java.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
Videotape (IT02030801) $440 $2, 100
CD-ROM (CD02030801) $380 N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Object-Oriented Programming Open Systems
Object-Oriented Programming Open Systems
Object-Oriented Programming Open Systems
Java with Object-Oriented Open Source UNIX FreeBSD
Programming Certificate Series
CEU: 1, Course Length: 10 Hours CEU: 12, Course Length: 120 Hours
The enthusiastic acceptance of Java in industry is not sur- This series of courses provides an introduction to UNIX
prising: Java portability has no rivals and the Enterprise through installation and administration of a multi-function
framework supports further separation of presentation server in a multi-user environment. The series consists of
and business logic in client/server applications. Object- the following three courses:
oriented programming, however, is more difficult than
Introduction to UNIX FreeBSD
programming with functions, and many Java applications
UNIX FreeBSD Administration, Part I
become unnecessarily complex. In addition to learning
UNIX FreeBSD Administration, Part II
Java, programmers have to learn how to divide applica-
tion work among different parts of a program, how to This course series is designed to teach the student basic
minimize communications among these parts and how UNIX skills in a command line environment, including
to make knowledge and intent of the designer clear to basic UNIX skills that apply to any UNIX operating sys-
the maintenance programmer. This course offers step-by- tem, as well as to understand the basic design and
step guidelines for using the benefits of object-oriented implementation of the BSD 4.4 UNIX operating system
extensions. The student will learn how to install and oper-
programming.
ate a UNIX-based workstation as a single-user, use the
Presenter: Dr. Victor Shtern is an associate professor at
UNIX operating system, install and maintain current open
Boston University, where he develops and teaches grad-
source software on a workstation and server and admin-
uate and undergraduate courses on object-oriented pro-
ister a multi-function server in a multi-user environment.
gramming for working adults.
This course includes interaction with an instructor who
will respond to questions posted on an electronic forum
Producer: Boston University
and will hold periodic chat sessions.
Intended Audience: Engineers, programmers, designers and
project managers who want to extend their skills in Presenter: Tim Kellers is a UNIX system administrator and
information technology liaison for the Division of
developing maintainable and reusable object-oriented
Continuing Professional Education at NJIT. He is the
programs using Java as the implementation language.
author of the first curriculum certified by the FreeBSD
Prerequisites: Experience in writing programs in a high-
Foundation that teaches the UNIX operating system with-
level language is necessary. Experience in Java is help-
in the framework of open source software.
ful, but all necessary knowledge of Java is covered in
Producer: New Jersey Institute of Technology
the course.
Intended Audience: New users of open source software
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site (6+)
based on the Berkeley Software Distribution.
Videotape (IT02091604) $850 $4,350
Prerequisites: Some familiarity with a command line
CD-ROM (CD02040501) $760 N/A
interface.
Delivery Method Price: Per Person Per Site
Online (OL03072599) $5,400N/A
Register at www.ntu.edu/pd
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or call 888-822-8229. Detailed
course descriptions are online.Information Technology
Open Systems
Open Systems
Open Systems Open Systems
UNIX FreeBSD Administrator, Part I
Introduction to UNIX FreeBSD
CEU: 4, Course Length: 40 Hours
CEU: 4, Course Length: 40 Hours
This course is designed to teach basic UNIX skills in a
This course teaches how to install and operate a UNIX-
command line environment. Students will learn basic
based workstation as a single-user. Upon completion of
UNIX skills that apply to any UNIX operating system, as
this course, students will be able to add users to the sys-
well as understand the basic design and implementation
tem; configure user .rc files to provide a consistent login
of the BSD 4.4 UNIX operating system extensions.
environment; manage disk and printer devices and
Students will learn to log in and log out of FreeBSD;
implement basic system security. Students will also be
compose command-line strings to perform functions; nav-
able to install FreeBSD on a standalone system and per-
igate the directory tree; manipulate text files and create
form security updates. This course includes interaction
files and directories; back up and restore user files and
with an instructor who will respond to questions posted
directories; use the vi text editor; and list active user
on an electronic forum and will hold periodic chat ses-
processes and selectively kill user processes. This course
sions. Please go to the NTU Web site for starting dates
includes interaction with an instructor who will respond
for this course.
to questions posted on an electronic forum and will hold