Object Oriented Systems Concepts and Approach

MSIS 198:640:60

Last updates on 5/9/00



Syllabus

Resources

Homeworks

Notes

Code Examples

    Office: Room 200m Ackerson

    Office hours: Tuesdays 4:30 to 5:30 pm or by appointment

    Telephone: 973-353-5488

    Final Grades are posted. You may pick up your exams from Ackerson 200 in MSIS department office. Have a great summer!

    Important: Term Exam on Friday May 5 from 6 to 7:30 pm in class. A set of sample questions for the upcoming exam has been posted

    Check Notes page for a few UML diagrams on Swing and code examples page for some sample Java Swing code.

    Important announcement for Homework 4. Due date extended to May 2nd.

    Argo files are now put in a zip file

    Fourth Homework assignment is posted and is due on April 25. Please check frequently for updates/corrections.

    The syllabus is updated with new reading material.

    Your grades are posted

    Third Home work assignment is posted it is due on Friday April 7. Fourth Homework will be posted shortly...

    Some sample UML use-case diagrams will be posted in a day or two, stay tuned...

    The sample code discussed in class is posted here

    Course announcement

    For information on how to download Java and UML software and related books check out the resources page.

    TA: Yu Xia yuxia@eden

    Office: Ackerson Hall, 3r floor, cubicle 26

    Telephone: 973-353-1244 (available only during office hours)

    Office hours: 4-5pm Thursdays (Please make an appointment by e-mail before coming)

    Main textbook: John Hunt, "Java for Practitioners" Springer-Verlag, 1999

    Recommneded text: P. Stevens and R. Pooley, "Using UML, Software Engineering with Object s and Components", updatedted edition, Addison-Welsley, 1999.