Readings

You can share the texts with your homework partner, so each of you needs to get three texts. Obtain either [SQ] or [MU] but not both, for the SQL language.

[RD] = Buy at Amazon McConnell, Steve. Rapid Development: Taming Wild Software Schedules. Microsoft Press, 1996. ISBN: 9781556159008.

[UM] = Buy at Amazon Fowler, Martin. UML Distilled: A Brief Guide to the Standard Object Modeling Language. 3rd ed. Addison-Wesley, 2003. ISBN: 9780321193681.

[SQ] = Buy at Amazon Bowman, Judith S., Sandra L. Emerson, and Marcy Darnovsky. The Practical SQL Handbook: Using SQL Variants. 4th ed. Addison-Wesley, 2001. ISBN: 9780201703092.

[MU] =  Buy at Amazon Syverson, Bryan. Murach's SQL for SQL Server.  Murach, 2002. ISBN: 9781890774165.

[DR] =  Buy at Amazon McFarland, David S. Dreamweaver 8: The Missing Manual. O'Reilly, 2005. ISBN: 9780596100568.

[SE] =  Buy at Amazon Anderson, Ross J. Security Engineering: A Guide to Building Dependable Distributed Systems. John Wiley & Sons, 2001. ISBN: 9780471389224.

[TE] =  Buy at Amazon Green, James H. The Irwin Handbook of Telecommunications. 5th ed. McGraw-Hill, 2005. ISBN: 9780071452229.

LEC # TOPICS READINGS
1 System process: Introduction  
2 System process: Fundamentals [RD] Chapters 1–3.
3 System process: Time and resource estimation, part 1 [RD] Chapters 4–6.
4 System process: Time and resource estimation, part 2 [RD] Chapters 7–8; 9–10 optional.
5 System process: CMMI, ISO

Paulk, Mark C., et al. This resource may not render correctly in a screen reader.Capability Maturity Model for Software, Version 1.1 (PDF). Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University. February 1993.

6 System process: UML, part 1 [UM] Chapters 1–2 (skim), 4, and 8–9.
7 System process: UML, part 2 [UM] Chapters 10–12, and 14–15.
8 Database: Data modeling, part 1 [MU] Chapter 9.
9 Database: Data modeling, part 2  
10 Database: Data normalization  
11 Database: SQL basics: SELECT, INSERT [MU] Chapters 1–3.
12 Database: SQL lab [MU] Chapter 7.
13 Database: SQL joins, subqueries, views [MU] Chapters 4–6.
14 Database: SQL Homework 5 [MU] Chapter 12.
15 Database: SQL transactions, connections [MU] Chapter 16.
16 Web: Introduction, HTTP [ASP] Chapter 1.
17 Web: XHTML, CSS [ASP] Chapters 2–3.
18 Web: Connecting Web and database  
19 Web: Web and database: forms [ASP] Chapter 4.
20 Web: Web and database [ASP] Chapters 11–12.
21 Web: XML  
22 Web: Web services [ASP] Chapter 10 (Web svcs only).
23 Web: Web services: WSDL, registries  
Midterm Exam
24 Web: Service oriented architecture, EDI  
25 Security: Framework, concepts [SE] Chapters 1–2.
26 Security: Protocols, part 1 [SE] Chapter 3.
27 Security: Protocols, part 2 [SE] Chapter 4.
28 Security: Cryptography [SE] Chapter 10.
29 Security: SSL, Internet [SE] Chapter 20 (not covered in class).
30 Networks: System architecture, part 1  
31 Networks: System architecture, part 2  
32 Networks: Basic telecom technology [TE] Chapters 1–3 (skim Chapter 1).
33 Networks: Wired LANs, WANs [TE] Chapters 4, 6–7, and 10 (skip data fundamentals).
34 Networks: Connecting wired LANs, WANs [TE] Chapters 8, 32.
35 Networks: Fiber optics [TE] Chapter 17 (skip tech parts).
36 Networks: Wireless [TE] Chapters 18–21 (skip modulation).
37 Networks: Enterprise, VPN, MPLS. Course summary. [TE] Chapters 31, 33, 36, and 39.
Final Exam