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Further Programming

Undergraduate | RMI-CPT222 | 2024

Explore object orientated concepts for designing software architecture. Learn how UML talks in code backed by multi-threading and modelling tools. Build on your prior knowledge, and use interface programming with Java as the implementation platform.

Study method
100% online
Subject may require attendance
Entry requirements
Part of a degree
13 weeks
Start dates
26 Feb 2024

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Further Programming

About this subject

  • At the successful completion of this subject students will be able to:

    1. Understand the purpose of object oriented design and where and how to apply object oriented concepts such as inheritance, polymorphism, abstract classes/interfaces and generics;
    2. Understand and apply common object oriented design patterns such as model view controller, observer, chain of responsibility, decorator, etc.;
    3. Be proficient using an integrated development environment such as Eclipse for project management, coding and debugging. Be proficient using a modelling tool such as Visual Paradigm for round trip engineering;
    4. Design and implement multithreaded systems taking into account synchronisation issues and testing challenges;
    5. Design and develop client server applications from first principles using basic protocols without relying on external middleware or frameworks.

Entry requirements

To enrol in this subject, you must be admitted into a degree.

Prior study

You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:

Additional requirements

  • Software requirements - Unrestricted access to a Windows, Macintosh or Linux PC capable of running the Java Software Development Kit (SDK) and a Java code development IDE (such as Eclipse).
  • Other requirements -

    Stable broadband connection required to access online learning materials and live chat sessions/recordings. (note: mobile broadband users may have difficulties participating in live chat sessions)

Study load

0.125 EFTSL
This is in the range of 10 to 12 hours of study each week.

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