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Course Introduction INFORMATICS ENGINEERING – UNIVERSITY OF BRAWIJAYA Eriq Muhammad Adams J email@example.com
Rule of The Game Course Scoring : 50% Final Project 30% Assignment 20% Mid-Exam No Plagiarism, penalty “E” 80% of attendances
Agenda 1 st week : Course Introduction 2 nd week : Review Java Concept (assignment) 3 rd week : Introduction to JEE and EJB 3.0 4 th week : Session Beans (assignment) 5 th week : JPA part.1 6 th week : JPA part.2 (assignment) 7 th week : MDBs and Web Services (assignment) 8 th - 9 th week : Mid-Exam
Agenda (cont.) 10 th week : Project Proposal Presentation 11 th week : Servlet + JSP part.1 12 th week : Servlet + JSP part.2 (assignment) 13 th week : Web MVC + EJB Integration part.1 14 th week : Web MVC + EJB Integration part.2 15 th week : 1 st Progress Project Presentation 16 th week : 2 nd Progress Project Presentation Final Project Presentation
Tools IDE : Netbeans 6.5 with JEE support, Eclipse 3.5+ with JEE support SDK : Java SDK 6 Application Server : Glassfish v3 Web Server : Apache Tomcat 6.x
Course Introduction Eriq Muhammad Adams J
Eriq Muhammad Adams J. Informatics Engineering University of Brawijaya.
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Session Beans INFORMATICS ENGINEERING – UNIVERSITY OF BRAWIJAYA Eriq Muhammad Adams J
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SUBTRACTING INTEGERS 1. CHANGE THE SUBTRACTION SIGN TO ADDITION 2. TAKE THE INVERSE OF THE SECOND NUMBER 3. FOLLOW THE RULES FOR ADDITION 4. ADD THE OPPOSITE.
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