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- 1 30-0000 Data Design
- 1.1 Contact
- 1.2 Description
- 1.3 Prerequisites
- 1.4 Objectives
- 1.5 Applications and Platforms Covered
- 1.6 Materials
- 1.7 Books
- 1.8 Departmental Attendance Policy
- 1.9 Departmental Archival Policy
- 1.10 Class Website Policy
- 1.11 Grading
- 1.12 Grading Guideline
- 1.13 Extras
- 1.14 Links
- 1.15 Play-By-Play
30-0000 Data Design
Teacher: Some One
Web Site http://imamp.colum.edu/mediawiki/index.php?Data Design
Programming as problem solving is emphasized, and students are required to code creatively to solve a series of interface related programming challenges they might encounter in HTML and Flash environments. Object-oriented, event-driven emphasis is maintained, including requiring documentation and algorithm planning prior to coding. Students are also required to further their understanding of programming best practices, including coding practices for creating more stable code, error handling and minimizing the risk and effects of malicious user behavior.
Authoring Interactive Media
Object Oriented Programming
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Applications and Platforms Covered
Visual Studio 2005 Professional and Microsoft SQL Sever 2005 will be provided (software also available via MSDNAA)
An IAM Account with a website on siam2 will be required. Students will also receive a student database on an IAM SQL server. Access to Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and VS 2005 is required. This software will be distributed in class and be available in the IAM labs.
Beginning Database Design (Wrox Beginning Guides) by Gavin Powell ISBN 0764574906
Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 and Databases by John Kauffman, Bradley Millington ISBN 0471781347
Programming Microsoft ADO.NET 2.0 Core Reference, by Dino Esposito ISBN 073562206XSQL Pocket Guide, Second Edition By Jonathan Gennick ISBN 0596526881
Departmental Attendance Policy
Two late arrivals equal one absence. You are expected to be in class on time; attendance is taken at the beginning of class. Two absences (even excused absences) may result in a failing grade. Three absences and you FAIL- NO EXCEPTIONS. If an absence cannot be avoided, it must be discussed with your instructor ahead of time. Medical and other emergency leave of absences follow a different policy. Please contact your instructor if such a situation arises.
Departmental Archival Policy
On the final day of class you must submit all work and documentation (including proposals) on two CD-ROMs. You will not pass the course without fulfilling this requirement. The CD will not be returned – create a backup copy for your files.
Class Website Policy
As part of this class you will be expected to create an maintain a class portfolio website. This website should showcase all of your in class and homework assignments. It is your responsibility to maintain links to all of these projects. These links will be used for grading the projects and a missing link will be considered the same and a missing assignment.
Projects and Assignments These project are just a sampling of t he projects and homework assignments required nand may change at any time. --- I still have to work on this...
Grades will be posted on oasis. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CHECKING YOUR OASIS EMAIL PERIODICALLY THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!
Grading is incremental all students start with nothing and work up to a final grade.
94-100A 90-93 A- above average and outstanding work, no more than one absence, active participation in class and excellent scores on exams and projects 87-89 B+ 84-86 B 80-83 B- above average work, no more than two absences, and active participation in class and above average scores on exams and projects 77-79 C+ 74-76 C 70-73 C- average work, no more than two absences, and/or average scores on exams and projects 69-60 D below average work, no more than two absences, and/or below average scores on exams and projects 59 and below F anything below and including 59% - failure to turn in assignments, three or more absences, and/or failing grades on exams and projects can lead to an F
Final Projects must be turned in on Final CD see Final CD
This syllabus is subject to change.