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CIS 338: Client/Server Application Development with Visual Basic.NET Dr. Ralph D. Westfall April, 2009
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What Can Computers Do? Individual exercise: Who can make the longest list of different things that can be done with computers? How can computers do all these things? capabilities of computers: examples of? doing same things better doing new things (couldn't do
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Programming Languages How many in the world? see The Language List How many have web pages devoted to them? another list (180 entries, but a fair amount of overlap)
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A "Perfect" Language? Group or Discussions exercise: Identify desirable features/advantages: for the student/learner, or for the experienced programmer? for amateurs (use once in a while), or for professionals (use all the time)? for organizations, businesses? in general?
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Visual Basic.NET in Context When viewing the following slides, and through the remainder of this course, think about: what computers can do features/capabilities that programming languages should have
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What is client/server computing? How does Visual Basic.NET relate to client/server computing? Introduction to Visual Basic.NET
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