DPS907 WSA500 Assignment – Fall 2013

Programming assignment for the Fall 2013 semester.

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There are two programming assignments. They cover topics of interest to us in the School of ICT.

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DPS907 students in the BSD program

How do you keep track of the due dates for all of your assignments and tests in all your courses?

It’s a pain. And how do you know if a due date has changed? Or what the mark value is for a lab or assignment?

Help is on the way. (You’re going to help. )

DPS907 students will create a web service to manage graded work information and due dates. The idea is that professors will enter and maintain the due dates etc. for their course(s), and students can get a customized list of their course work, based on the courses they’re taking.

This kind of app will be the core of a function we’ll add in the future to the School’s admin apps. It will feed a web page, and smartphone apps.

Read the specifications overview document to get started.

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WSA500 students in the CPA program

Remember back when you were a new student here at Seneca?

Where’s T2110? How do I get to the bookstore? Where’s the nearest toilet/washroom?

Help is on the way. (You’re going to help. )

WSA500 students will create a web service to collect descriptive data for rooms and spaces here at the Seneca@York campus.

This data collection web service will make a ‘campus locations/directions’ app possible in the future. A service like this will be added to the School’s admin apps collection.

Read the specifications overview document to get started.

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