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2014 Distance C# Development Classes

January 1, 2014

Once again Lonestar College will be offering distance-only C# development classes in the Spring of 2014.

Classes to be taught this semester are:

Introduction to C# (COSC1420) The course will instruct the student to basic programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 / 2013. The student will learn the basics of the C# language and develop a basic Windows application. Language, Class, and Object fundamentals will be taught. A brief introduction to database interfaces may be included.

Advanced C# (ITSE 1492) The course will instruct the student to advanced programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 / 2013. Successful course completion will require the development of a deployed Windows application (including the creation of a setup file). Other topics include multi-threading, user-controls, reflection, SQL and ADO (introductory), event handling, and Office 2007 Look and Feel.

Web Applications (ITSE 2472) The course will instruct the student in the development of a simple Web Application using an array of web application tools: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, and SQL. Successful course completion will require the development of an Internet (Browser-based) application including rudimentary SQL interfaces.

Contact me at Mark.E.Reynolds@Lonestar.edu for additional information. Or visit my college blog at http://lonestar.edu/blogs/markreynolds.

(If you have not had all of the prerequisites for a course, contact me and we will discuss your options. Or you may contact counselor Erma Walker at Erma.M.Walker@Lonestar.edu.)

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2011 Spring Classes at Lonestar College

December 30, 2010

The Spring 2011 session begins in a couple weeks! Classes to be taught this semester are:

Introduction to C# (COSC1420)
The course will instruct the student to basic programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008*. The student will learn the basics of the C# language and develop a basic Windows application. Language, Class, and Object fundamentals will be taught. A brief introduction to database interfaces may be included.

Advanced C# (ITSE 1492)
The course will instruct the student to advanced programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008*. Successful course completion will require the development of a deployed Windows application (including the creation of a setup file). Other topics include multi-threading, user-controls, reflection, SQL and ADO (introductory), event handling, and Office 2007 Look and Feel.

Web Applications (ITSE 2472)
The course will instruct the student in the development of a simple Web Application using an array of web application tools: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, and SQL. Successful course completion will require the development of an Internet (Browser-based) application including rudimentary SQL interfaces.

IMED 1316 – Web Design I
Introduction to website design and deployment with special attention to overall creativity uniformity. (Microsoft Expressions is used for application development this course.)

Contact me at Mark.E.Reynolds@Lonestar.edu for additional information. Or visit my college blog at http://lonestar.edu/blogs/markreynolds.

(If you have not had all of the prerequisites for a course, contact me and we will discuss your options. Or you may contact counselor Erma Walker at Erma.M.Walker@Lonestar.edu.)


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