Data Centric Application Development

Challenges

MIS3501 Challenges are to be completed by students on their own, outside of class time. Challenges may require students to look up and make uses of material in their textbook, or online resources such as W3Schools.

The student work (source code) for these challenges should be printed out, and turned in at the start of class on the date the challenge is due. Challenges are not graded, but are usually the primary determining factor in the students’ participation grade. (That is, if you do all the challenges, and turn them in, your participation grade will most likely be 100%.)

Challenges should be uploaded to the class server on or about the due date. The upload of challenges is not tracked / evaluated, but the upload process is an important skill for students to master.

Number Description Due Date
1 Challenge: challenge_1.docx

Start with: challenge_1.zip

Solution: challenge_1_solution.zip

1/24/2017
2_1 Challenge: challenge_2_1.docx

Start with: challenge_2_1.zip

Solution: challenge_2_1_solution.zip

 2/2/2017
2_2 Challenge: challenge_2_2.docx

Start with: challenge_2_2.zip

Solution: challenge_2_2_solution.zip

2/7/2017
2_3 Challenge: challenge_2_3.docx

Start with: challenge_2_3.zip

Solution: challenge_2_3_solution.zip

2/14/2017

(Must upload to class server.)

3 Challenge: challenge_PDO.docx 3/9
4_1 Challenge: challenge_4_1.docx

Start with: challenge_4_1.zipSolution: challenge_4_1_solution.zip
3/23
4_2 Challenge: challenge_4_2.docx

Start with: challenge_4_2.zip

Solution: challenge_4_2_solution.zip

3/28

 

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