Leader: P O'Donnell
Caulfield First semester 2005 (Day)
Synopsis: Students gain experience with the translation of an informal problem specification into a program design and the implementation of that design in a modern object-oriented programming language. The unit aims to give a more thorough understanding of general programming, software engineering, database programming, object-oriented development, and web development as they relate to business applications. Students should have a sufficient understanding to be able to contribute in most common industrial projects or corporate environments with little further training.
Assessment: Examination: 40%, Other assessment modes: 60% (assignments, unit tests)
Contact Hours: 4 hours per week