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Application Development for Social Networking

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Course Description

Social networking software receives the biggest Media Buzz in Information Technology. The Facebook platform is growing faster than any other computing platform - even faster than Google. This hands-on programming course covers social network computing based on 3 examples: Facebook, Twitter, OpenSocial (Google). We discuss the capabilities publically available through various programming API and quickly walk through the process to sign up for developer accounts, afterwards we download, install, and configure the development environment and show how to get a first set of applications implemented and distributed. Students receive hands-on experience in developing their own sample applications end-to-end. Based on practical examples we will discuss how social computing software can be used as development and hosting environment as well as in integrated marketing environment to i.e. promote mobile applications.

Prerequisites: Basic programming knowledge, HTML, JavaScript. PHP knowledge is not required but of advantage to digest programming samples. See enrollment confirmation for login information

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  • Details
  • $650
  • June 27, 2011 to August 07, 2011
  • Delivery Mode: Online
  • Reg#: 00153
  • ID/Units: I&C SCI X402.43  (1.50)
    ( Section 1 )
  • Quarter: SUMMER 2011

Instructor


Ralf Brockhaus, M.S., in Computer Science. Ralf Brockhaus has 20 years of professional software development and project management experience in a wide range of technologies, including 6 years of intensive, hands-on Microsoft .NET development. Mr. Brockhaus is the ower of SmileFish. He is deeply familiar with all aspects of developing real-world software applications - including performance, scalability, security, as well as integration and migration of legacy technology. Mr. Brockhaus teaches ASP.NET, C#, XML Web Services, SharePoint, as well as Mobile Computing and is an advocate for Agile and Lean development practices.

Textbook Information

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Meeting Schedule

EventDateDayStart TimeEnd TimeLocationRoom
START06/27/2011Monday------Online (Access Begins)---
END08/07/2011Sunday------Online (Access Ends)---