COURSE DESCRIPTION AND TOPICS Week No.Topic 1Introduction to the course content, text books, references and course plane. 2-3Forms builder 4-5Forms canvas windows items, user interface. 6Control items 7-8Triggers 9Holiday 10-11Oracle Report 12-13Asp.net
COURSE OBJECTIVES Student who successfully complete this course will be able to: Design efficiently information systems. Develop information systems for different applications. Develop applications in the distributed computing environments.
STUDENT ASSESSMENT Assessment Task Week DueProportion of Final Assessment 1 Quiz-IWeek 5 5% 2 Major 1Week 7 10% 3 Quiz -IIWeek 10 5% 4 Major 2Week 12 10% 5 LabWeek (2,4,6,8,10,13) 5% 6 ProjectWeek 14 5% 8 Final Exam (Lab)Week 15 15% 9 Final ExamWeek 15 50% 100%
LEARNING RESOURCES Main Books 1.“Oracle Developer Suit”, latest version, Oracle Documentation. 2.“ASP.NET 2.0 ILLUSTRATED”, (Microsoft.NET Development Series). Essential Reference 1.“Programming with Oracle Developer”, by Joe Duer, Matthew Bennett. 2.“Core Internet Application Development with ASP.NET 2.0”, by Randy Connolly. Electronic source http://www.codeguru.com/ Websites http://aalarfaj.yolasite.com
GUIDELINES FOR THE STUDENTS If you couldn’t do your homework or taking a quiz you will get a ZERO. No make-up quizzes Make-up exam will be extra materials, comprehensive and within one week you should bring the needed documentation. Student have to pay attention to the lecture and Don’t Distract your classmates by: Conversation. Mobile phone(which should be silent or off) Using your laptop or any other devices. Attend late.
HOMEWORK AND PROJECT Copying from another student will result with zero for both. No late submission.
Students that come to class 10 minutes late are marked absent. Students that are regularly absent are given DN warning (see DN warning flyer). Students are advised to be regular in the classes. The missed lectures will not be repeated. ATTENDANCE
HOW YOU CAN SUCCEED Attend ALL classes Check the course announcements and course schedule (once a week) Read the textbook/slides and do the tutorials Start your project early If you don’t understand, get help right away!