CS 330: Internet Architecture and Programming

Wells College, Fall 1999

Taught by:

Professor Kenneth Larson
Cleveland 210, 364-3305
Macmillan 109, 364-3305
klarson@wells.edu
Professor Carol Shilepsky
Macmillan 104, 364-3214
cshilepsky@wells.edu

[Overview of Session Topics and Readings | General Information | Class Examples | Assignments | Project Guidelines | Resources | Participant Pages ]

General Information

CS 330 explores the architectures and programming languages that support communicating and computing over a network. It assumes familiarity with the Internet and an understanding of the basic principles of program design. Prerequisite: CS 132 or permission.

There will be a midterm on October 4, a project due on December 6 and a final exam on December 15. Homework and class participation, the midterm, the project, and the final each contribute 25% towards your grade.


Class Examples


Assignments

Due on:

September 6

Project Guidelines

You are to use the project to explore some area related to the course, preferably one related to your interests. You will need to find the  resources necessary to understand the technical content, the relevance of your area and how it relates to the material in the rest of the course. Possible areas include HTTP, another programming/scripting language (Java, VBScript), servers (NCSA, NT), Active Server Pages, security, e-commerce, incorporating a database on the server side, or helping someone with a real application.

Requirements:


Resources

[ Required Texts | UNIX | HTML | JavaScript |Perl |Java |Other ]

Required Texts

UNIX

On-line

Books and Articles

HTML

On-line

Books and articles

JavaScript

On-line

Perl and CGI

On-line

Books and articles

Java

Other

On-line

Other books and articles


Participant Pages


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