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MASTER OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS
FALL SESSION 1998
IT508 - INTERNET PROGRAMMING
Dr. David L. March
A course that utilizes the Java language to introduce the basic
concepts of object-oriented and internet programming.
Topics include implementing object-oriented concepts in Java,
development of applets for distributed client interfaces,
detecting and handling exceptions,
using multiple threads of execution,
basic networking concepts in relation to the internet,
using sockets and datagrams to communicate with other sites, and
a summary of advanced topics such as remote method invocation,
database connectivity, and object request broker.
Students demonstrate their grasp of the material by completing
several Java programming projects.
The following links provide access to additional information about
A week by week plan for the course including links to each class outline,
summary, and assignment page.
This page starts with a "what's new" section to alert students
when the online material is updated.
Students who are taking the course should bookmark the contents page for
faster access to the course content.
The course syllabus including objectives, prerequisites, text, and grading.
A short resume for the instructor including his background,
education, and publications.
Send suggestions and comments to:
Dr. David L. March, Dooling Hall
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Prepared by David L. March -- Last Revised on June 22. 1998