|Course No.:||CS 401||Instructor:||C. Edward Chow|
|Class Time:||TR 1:40-2:55 pm||Office Address:||ENS 186|
|Class Room:||ENS 109||Office Hour:||T: 3-4 pm, W: 10-11am, R: 4:30-5:30pm|
See the attached tentative schedule.Class Info:
Class net email aliase: You can send class related email to CS401@cs.uccs.edu. Email to this net aliase will be forwarded to your email account on cs.uccs.edu. You should set up the .forward file to forward emails to your regular mail server, by including the forwarding email address line in your home directory at cs.uccs.edu. Make sure there is not email forwarding loop!Lab Time Slot Reservation:
We have 5 PCs for our OS/Web Server installation and configuration exercises. They are in ENS 143 (inside of ENS140). Three will be used for those exercises related to Linxu/Apache systems; two for those exercise related to Window 2000 advanced server.
Reservation web page for Linux installation lab exercises. It is ready!Class Album:
Reservation web page for NT installation lab exercises (Under Construction)
CS401 F2000 Class Photo Album and web pagesGrades:
To help create the class photo album:
Note that your login on owl.uccs.edu will be the first and middle initial concatenated with the first six characters of your last name. If you do not have accessed to a scanner, please bring the photo in our next class time. I will scan it then return it to you.
- Please scan your recent photo in JPEG file format as <your login>.jpg file.
- Create a personal web page with reference to the photo as <your login>.html
- Put these two files in your public_html directory at owl.uccs.edu.
- Send me an email when you have done this.
- This is part of your hw#1.
- Excellent tutorials with different levels: http://web.mit.edu/afs/athena/user/w/s/wsmart/WEB/HTMLtutor.html
- Dave Ragget's tutorial at w3c.org: http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/Guide/
- Simple Examples: http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/author/html/beghtml.asp
|Table 1: CS401 Web Systems and Electronic Commerce Tentative Schedule|
|T 8/22||H*||Overview of Internet, WWW browser, and server systems||HW#1: due 8/31|
|T 8/29||H||Architecture, configuration, and performance of web servers||HW#2: due 9/12|
|R 9/7||H||Redhat Linux/Apache Setup(no class Labor Day Holiday Tuesday 9/5)|
|T 9/12||A.1-3||Apache web server installation/configuration, Virtual Hosting,||HW#3: due 9/28,|
|T 9/19||A.4||cgi, status, and filtering,||HW#4: due 10/3|
|T 9/26||A.5||Apache access control and authentication, cookie,||HW#5: due 10/5|
|T 10/3||A.6-10, H||Content/Language Negotiation, Proxy Server,SSI, Web cache systems and benchmarking|
|T 10/10||Midterm: Open book, open note|
|T 10/17||H||Web System, High Availability and Load Balancing||HW#6: due 10/26|
|T 10/24||H||Win2000 advanced Server installation, IIS configuration,|
|T 10/31||H||Active Server Page and ODBC.||HW#7: due 11/14|
|T 11/14||W.10-11, H||Cryptography||HW#8: due 11/28|
|T 11/21||W.12,C||SSL (no class Thanksgiving Holiday, Thursday 11/23)|
|T 11/28||W.6-7||Digital Identification and Certificates||HW#9: due 12/5|
|T 12/5||W.16, H||Electronic Commerce||Semester Project report due 12/7|
|T 12/12||Final Exam 1:40-4:10pm||Open book, open note|