|Course Name:||Internet II - Web Programming on UNIX|
|Offered Date:||Summer - 2019 | Other versions|
E-commerce remains one of the fastest-growing aspects of business in recent years, and there is a great demand for people who can plan and implement complete, database-driven web applications that run in a variety of different environments. Focusing on technologies popular on the Linux/Unix platform, this subject will provide the student with the skills and knowledge required to create and maintain commercial-quality web sites suitable for database-driven business transactions. The student will learn to build dynamic web applications using popular web programming languages, while leveraging the power of a SQL database. Coverage will include application and web site security.
|Credit Status:||1 credit (3 units)
Required for CPA - Computer Programming and Analysis (Ontario College Advanced Diploma)
Required for CPD - Computer Programmer (Ontario College Diploma)
|Prerequisite:||INT222 AND UNX122, or INT222 AND ULI101|
|Mode of Instruction:||4 hours interactive lecture per week.|
1. Design databases and develop applications that process database contents using a DBMS and a scripting language
2. Design, code, test, and implement programs using a server side scripting language
3. Continue the life-long learning process of acquiring new skills and knowledge through formal and self-directed means using information and learning resources
4. Develop and deploy Internet-based applications using current technologies to meet client needs
5. Use written, oral and visual communication skills to communicate with technical and non-technical audiences, at levels appropriate for a variety of business settings
Execute mathematical operations accurately.|Apply a systematic approach to solve problems.|Use a variety of thinking skills to anticipate and solve problems.|Locate, select, organize, and document information using appropriate technology and information systems.|Analyze, evaluate, and apply relevant information from a variety of sources.|Manage the use of time and other resources to complete projects.|Take responsibility for one's own actions, decisions, and consequences.|
None, readings will be listed on subject page.
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INT322 Course Outline