About this course
Practically every time we interact with a computer program — on our computer, tablet, smartphones, SmartTVs or our refrigerators … or, for some reason on our also connected toaster oven — we’re in reality interacting with a distributed application.
The device we hold in our hands for sending an email (or, into which we slide our sliced toast … ) will, at the very least, communicate with a server, somewhere out there in “the cloud” — and, most often, comunicate with a whole host of servers, and computers … and does so through what we call “The Internet”.
A corollary to this is that every relevant modern application is a distributed aplication, which uses the Internet and the cloud — and, in a nutshell, the purpose of this MODAL is to teach you how to competently develop those.
Expected learning outcomes
The purpose of this MODAL is to teach you how to competently develop those applications.
Form: Individual project
Re-sit possibility: no
Transcript available: end of academic year
Add. info/requirements: Internet access & a computer is required
The course will be available asynchronously, fully on-line, or on- side, through learning flows with short videos, quizzes, homework, lab exercises / tutorials — as well as office-hours via Webex with professors and instructors. While being asynchronous
- Local course codeINF472D
- Study loadECTS 6
- Contact hours per week6
- InstructorsThomas Clausen
- Mode of deliveryOnline - time-independent
- Course coordinator