Data Centric Application Development

Exercises

MIS3501 Exercises are to be completed (or at least begun) by students in the class. Students who are unable to complete an exercise in class may wish to complete the exercise on their own, outside of class.

Exercises are intended to help the student learn, and students should do them. They are not, however, monitored or tracked. They are (usually) not a contributor to the student’s participation grade.

When applicable, exercises should be uploaded to the class server on or about the date of the corresponding class. The upload process is an important skill for students to master.

Date Number Remarks
8/31/2017 1.1 Read: exercise_1_1.docx

Start with: exercise_1_1.zip

8/31/2017 1.2 Read: exercise_1_2.docx
9/5/2017 1.3 Read: CSS-Exercise.docx

Start with: css_exercise.zip

Solution: css_exercise_solution.zip

9/7/2017 2.1 Read: exercise_2_1.docx

Start with: exercise_2_1.zip

Solution: exercise_2_1_solution.zip

Video review: https://youtu.be/DyEtUuv19-k

9/14 2.2 Read: exercise_2_2.docx

Start with: exercise_2_2.zip

Solution: exercise_2_2_solution.zip

Video review: https://youtu.be/-cFz6ZLc1yE

9/19 2.3 Read: exercise_2_3.docx

Start with: exercise_2_3.zip

Solution: exercise_2_3_solution.zip

Video review: https://youtu.be/nimib9Kz8kY

 

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