2011 Spring Classes at Lonestar College

The Spring 2011 session begins in a couple weeks! Classes to be taught this semester are:

Introduction to C# (COSC1420)
The course will instruct the student to basic programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008*. The student will learn the basics of the C# language and develop a basic Windows application. Language, Class, and Object fundamentals will be taught. A brief introduction to database interfaces may be included.

Advanced C# (ITSE 1492)
The course will instruct the student to advanced programming constructs using C# and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008*. Successful course completion will require the development of a deployed Windows application (including the creation of a setup file). Other topics include multi-threading, user-controls, reflection, SQL and ADO (introductory), event handling, and Office 2007 Look and Feel.

Web Applications (ITSE 2472)
The course will instruct the student in the development of a simple Web Application using an array of web application tools: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, C#, and SQL. Successful course completion will require the development of an Internet (Browser-based) application including rudimentary SQL interfaces.

IMED 1316 – Web Design I
Introduction to website design and deployment with special attention to overall creativity uniformity. (Microsoft Expressions is used for application development this course.)

Contact me at Mark.E.Reynolds@Lonestar.edu for additional information. Or visit my college blog at http://lonestar.edu/blogs/markreynolds.

(If you have not had all of the prerequisites for a course, contact me and we will discuss your options. Or you may contact counselor Erma Walker at Erma.M.Walker@Lonestar.edu.)

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Master of Engineering professional experienced as engineer, architect, manager, mentor and evangelist. Accomplished Architect demonstrating proactive application of digital technologies and agile methodologies balanced between engineering, development, automation, adaptive processing, and distributed systems. Solution Evangelist with recognized command of processes, distributed systems, analytics, machine learning, and multiple digital technologies. Mentor, Professor and Lifelong Learner teaching internal educational projects, university computer science, industry conferences.