Data Centric Application Development

MIS3501.002 – agenda for class on 4/10

Hello all,

Our class will start today with a few words from Munir Mandviwalla regarding the UX Design course.

After that we will:

  • Review Challenge 5.1 solution
  • Presentation – How to work with form data (Radio Buttons, Check boxes, Special characters)
  • Exercise 7.1

Please be advised that this Thursday’s class will be lead by Dr. Bauman. There will be a corresponding challenge, which I will post later today.

Also, later today, I will be posting your exam grades.  We will briefly go over the last exam in class on 4/17.

See you soon.

-Prof Shafer

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