A. I. Cuza University of Iaşi

Application Development on .NET Platform

Course nameApplication Development on .NET Platform CodeCS3104
Class Undergraduate, 2009 - 2012
Level Undergraduate Year 3 Semester 1 Status Compulsory
Hours per weekTotal hours per semesterTotal hours of individual workCreditsEvaluation typeTeaching language
2 0 2 0 56 94 5 E ro
Taught byAcademic and scientific title, name
Lecturer, Computer Scientist, Ioan Asiminoaei
Required courses
ObjectivesGetting acquainted with:

developping .NET applications using Visual C#.NET;

developping Web applications using Visual C#.NET.

General thematics.NET infrastructure

.NET framework

.NET Servers

.NET implementations

Windows Forms

Seminary / Laboratory thematicsC# classes. System types. Expressions and operators. Conversions.

Classes and structures. Class members. Access modifiers. Constructors. Inheritance.

Methods, properties, indexers.

Attributes. Definitions, identifiers.

Interfaces. Usage, declaration, implementation.

Delegates type. Event handling.

Working with strings and regular expressions.


Threads and asynchronous programming.


The garbage collector.

Teaching methodspresentation, conversation, use of examples
BibliographyDamien Watkins, Mark Hammond, Brad Abrams – Programming in the .NET Environment.

T. Archer – Inside C# Second Edition.

J. Richter - Applied Microsoft .NET Framework Programming.

Ch. Petzold – Programming Windows with C#.

Evaluationconditions10 of the 14 laboratories will get points; the rest of 4 are necessary for learning how to use theVisual C#.NET environment.

Each of the laboratory works will get 10 to 100 points.

Periodical evaluation tests will also get 10 to 100 points. These tests are compulsory.

criteriasAt least 60 points from the laboratory works, and at least 40 points from the evaluation tests.

The number of points obtained from the laboratory works is calculated as the average of the points obtained from each of the 10 laboratory works. The same procedure will be applied on the two evaluation tests.

modesLaboratory works – projects.

Two written evaluation tests: the first after the 7th week, and the second after the end of the courses.

formula60% laboratory works + 40% periodical evaluation tests

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