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Understanding the programming techniques for client-server architectures

Author(s): V. Dobrota, S.D. Bate, M. Cosma & D. Zinca

Abstract:
This paper sets out the authors' experience in teaching programming techniques applied for the Client-Server architectures.

First, as there are multiple requirements for students coming from different areas of computer science or of communications engineering it was decided to find the suitable methods to teach the subject.

Second, two approaches have been studied, from the standpoint of: as a future software engineer working in setting up a telecommunications application and as a future communications engineer working in setting up a software tool.

The variety of opinions is confirmed by the students' solutions to a specific problem which has been given for a rapid implementation.

C was chosen ...

Pages: 8
Size: 816 kb
Paper DOI: 10.2495/SEHE950371

 

 

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