650 Spring 2006

650 Spring 2006 - INFS 650 MICROSOFT.NET DEVELOPMENT...

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INFS 650 – MICROSOFT .NET DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS APPLICATIONS SPRING 2006 PROF. R. BAUM PHONE: (703) 993-1628 DEPARTMENT OFFICE PHONE: (703) 993-1640; DEPARTMENT FAX: (703) 993-1638 EMAIL: [email protected] . ALWAYS include a subject title. WEB SITE FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS: http://classweb.gmu.edu/rbaum/INFS_650 OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday, Thursday, 3:30 - 4:00 pm and by appointment PREREQUISITE: Complete Technical Foundation (especially INFS 590) Principles and methods of building commercial applications within a high-level framework. Tools for system construction are considered, along with a variety of programming languages, component integration, and design methods. Applications are investigated through program construction in varied settings, such as database systems, graphical user interfaces, and prototyping. Programming projects are required. This course will primarily use Microsoft .Net. Both the Visual Basic and C# programming language will be covered. All assignments will be PC based. All student questions are encouraged REQUIRED TEXTS: Class Notes and Course Assignments; Book Store
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course INFS 650 taught by Professor Baum during the Spring '09 term at George Mason.

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650 Spring 2006 - INFS 650 MICROSOFT.NET DEVELOPMENT...

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