ISYS.350.Syllabus.Spring.2016.docx - ISYS 350 Building Business Applications Spring 2016 Instructor Matt Levy Office BUS 208D Phone 619-249-1079

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ISYS 350: Building Business Applications, Spring 2016 Instructor: Matt Levy Office: BUS 208D Phone: 619-249-1079 Email:[email protected] Office Hours: Wed: 12:00 – 2:00pm, and by virtual or in-person appointment COURSE DESCRIPTION: Prerequisite: ISYS 263 with a grade of C- or better. This course provides an overall introduction to modern technologies and concept employed in the development of a multi-tier e-business application. C#, JavaScript and Java will be used for illustration. Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to: A. Understand the fundamental programming constructs B. Describe the components of a multi-tier e-business application C. Understand the technologies used in developing those components D. Understand the fundamental architecture of internet applications E. Explore and experiment with latest technologies and concepts TEACHING METHODS: Students are urged (aka required) to bring laptop to classes to follow the lectures and demonstrations.
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