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This course is dedicated
to the architecture and design approaches for building applications that use
the World Wide Web technologies as part of its architecture. Strong
emphasis is on using Java as a development language.
IP, TCP, HTTP and
Object Oriented Programming
Java - Servlets, JSPs,
JDBC, Threads, Network Programming and RMI
XML, SOAP and Web
You will write lots of Java code.
There are 6 homework
assignments and 2 class exams.
Class meets: Mondays 7-9
PM in WWH 101
Sunday, December 12, 2004
Slides for Lecture 12|
slides for Lecture 11|
|Final Dec 20th 7PM EST WWH101 - Please bring your NYU ID to the
|Grades have been removed from the website due to privacy concerns.|
Slides for Lecture 10|
|HW4 (there will be no HW5) is assigned
and due Dec 6th|
Slides for Lecture 9|
|Grades for HW1 & HW2|
|We will review the midterm next lecture Nov 22nd |
|1st day of class - Sept 13th|