Course: CIS4340 (Software methods for Remote Databases)

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Nov 10, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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Course:


CIS4340 (Software methods for Remote Databases)

Instructor:


Hamsa Suri

Email:


hsuri@uwf.edu

Textbooks:



-

ColdFusion 8.0
-

http:/
/livedocs.adobe.com/coldfusion/8/cf8_devguide.pdf

Specific
Web Resources and
lecture
notes with important information
will be provided.


-

Beginning ASP.Net 2
.0, Chris
Hart, John Kauffman, David Sussman,
Chris Ullman

(ISBN 0
-
7645
-
8850
-
8
)

Prerequisite:

Any p
rogramming language

Course
Description:

This course introduces software methods for accessing and manipulating
databases stored remotely on a server. The technologies being used are
Col
d
Fusion

and
ASP.Net
. We will be using ColdFusion
8

with XHTML

and
VB.N
et

as the programming languages.

ColdFusion
topics
:

Week 1
-

Introducing ColdFusion

and e
lements of CFML

Week 2
-

Variables, Expressions and Operators

Week 3
-

Control Structures

Week 4


Forms

Week 5
-

Database Connectivity

Week 6


Project


Mid

Term

Exa
m (ColdFusion)

ASP.Net topics:

Week
7

-



Introduction to

ASP.Net

2.0

Week 8

-


Site Design

&
Page Design

Week 9

-


Membership and Identity

Week 10
-


Events & Code

Week
1
1

-


Database Connectivity

Week 1
2

-

Project


Final

Exam (ASP.net)



Note:

The above

topics,
assignments and material covered will depend on the progress
of the class.

Method of Instruction:

This is an online course.
There will be a lecture component to explain the
concepts of the chapter, and will also have a hands
-
on environment to
exp
eriment with the concepts discussed

There will be one midterm and a final exam in addition to assignments and a
project.

Grading:

Ass
ignments and project

50%

Mid term


25%

Fin
al Exam


25%

Grading Scale:

95


100

A



90


94

A
-



85


89

B+



80


84

B
-

75


79

C+

70


74

C
-



60


69

D



<60


F



Important
Notes:

1.

All assignments/tests are due on the dates specified by the instructor. No
late assig
nments will be accepted, no makeup tests unless you provide
documented medical reasons.


2.

All assignments will be posted
by Wednesday

after week1 and unless
otherwise stated are due on the following Wednesday by 5.00 p.m EST


3.

Room 180
, bldg 11

and saillab h
a
ve

the software required for this class.


4.

An "I
" grade will not be given unless, the student has completed 70% of
the course work and has a documented valid reason.


5.

All students must be aware of UWF's cheating and plagiarism policies
enforced by UWF, fou
nd in the student packages available at student
affairs, admissions or instructor. The student must know the
consequences of such acts, which will be enforced.


6.

For last date to withdraw from classes please r
efer to the UWF academic
calendar for informatio
n.