About this web site

This is the web site for Prof. Peter McIntyre, of Seneca College, in Toronto, Canada. It supports my teaching activities, and is my publicly-visible communications platform.

I teach in the undergraduate (Bachelor) degree program, to second-, third-, and fourth-year students. I have two areas of interest and specialization: 1) Web apps and services, and 2) iOS apps. I typically teach one or two courses in each of the fall and winter academic terms.

The content on this web site is intended for students who have some experience programming in a C family language. Seneca students learn programming fundamentals by using the C language, and then object-oriented programming by using the C++, JavaScript, C#, and Java languages.

A typical second-year student is still in the midst of learning object-oriented programming, so some of the BTI420 coverage (on ASP.NET MVC apps) may be somewhat elementary for external readers. However, some of that coverage may still be useful as a review or reminder.

The option courses – DPS923 (iOS app development) and DPS907 (Web services) – are targeted to third- and fourth-year students. Therefore, most of the coverage will be useful to Seneca students and to external readers who consider themselves as entry-level or intermediate programmers in these technology areas.

I hope you find the content useful. If you would like to comment, please do so on a specific post, or use the “contact me” form.

– Peter McIntyre
January 2017

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