Syllabus

CS4A Intro Java for Computer Science- Fall 2013
Professor T. DeDonno & Jennifer Kim
8/19/2013 - 12/21/2013

Required Textbook

Thursday 3:30-6:20 Lab SME 346
Thursday 7:00-10:00 BGS 235

Main Index http://cim.saddleback.edu Ticket # 18935
Office Hours E-Mail: tdedonno@juno.com
and jenniyk2@uci.edu


Java 1.6 API | Java 1.7 API | Blackboard | Submit

9th Resources | 7th Resources For Liang Textbook. | Pearson | Valore Books | International Maybe Less Expensive Version | Rent Text Books | Can Buy either 7th , 8th or 9th Edition (may have added JUnit and RegEXP in later editions)

Java Applet Written For Lockheed/Martin By Instructor

Retrospect: Fall 2008 Class Site

In CS4A Intro Java for Computer Science - Offered Every Fall
Course covers the fundamentals of Java Programming, Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), exception handling, file I/O, recursion and generics. See Schedule.
In CS4B Java Web Programming - Offered Every Spring
In first half of CS4B Java Web programming we cover OOP, HTML Web pages, Java Applets and GUI Programming (Swing/AWT). In the second half we cover: threads, network programming, database (SQL - JDBC), Server Side Web Programming (J2EE/Glassfish), Server-side Web Scripting JSP/Beans, Java Web Frameworks and MVC Design Patterns.
CIMW105 SQL/MySQL

Structured Query Language (SQL) has become the standard for communicating to a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS). RDBMS have become the defacto standard for organizing data. MySQL is a fast growing RDMBS and also has a library that supports sending SQL commands to its database using the PHP scripting language. Recently Sun Microsystems has purchases MySQL. This will help expand the roll of MySQL beyond a popular Web Database system, into a more mainstream fortune 500 database. CSB4 uses the same MySQL RDBMS as cim205a. More Specifically CIM205A Covers...

  • Basic SQL Syntax
  • Basic SQL Commands and Fundamentals
  • Creating Relational Databases
  • Advance Query Creation
  • MySQL local client interfaces and Web-based tools
CS1D Data Structures in Java

Both CS4B adn CS1D are offered every Spring. CS1D covers the middle data structure chapters in the Liang Java Book, CS4A beginning chapters, CS4B later chapters, more specifically...

  • CIM7A Chapters 1-7
  • CS4A Chapters 1-12, 18-21
  • CS1D Chapters 22-28 and data structure topics
  • CS4B Chapters subset of: 8, 13-17, 29-40
  • See schedule for more details

CS1D covers basic concepts of data structures and related algorithms. The abstract data types of lists, stacks, queues, strings, binary and general trees, multidimensional and sparse arrays, and graphs will be discussed and implemented using a contemporary programming language. Recursion, searching, and sorting will also be examined.