This course explains advanced techniques for object oriented programming and software design.
Computing systems 2 project
The project textis available. Students should send via e-mail their source code and take an appointment.
Canceling of classes of 7/01 and of 12/01
The Computing systems 2 classes of thursday 7/01 and of tuesday 12/01 are canceled.
Schedule change for the Computing systems 2 classes
Classes of Thursday 7/1 and Tuesday 12/1 are canceled.
Change in the classroom for the 10/12 class
Lecture of thursday 10/12 of Computing systems 2 will be held in classroom 5.
Starting from 20/10, Tuesday classes of Computing systems 2 will be held 12:30 to 15:30 in the LID laboratory.
Canceling of classes during the Career day
In order to allow students to participate in the University Career day, the Computing systems 2 lecture of thursday 8/10 is canceled. Consequently, the laboratory of tuesday 13/10 will be canceled, too.
Beginning of the Computing systems 2 classes
Classes will start tuesday 29/09 at 14:30 in the LID laboratory.
Lectures are in italian.
Lectures will take place at the Mathematics department, according to the following schedule:
|Tuesday||12:30 - 15:30||LID|
|Thursday||14:30 - 16:30||aula 2|
Any change to the schedule will be announced in class and published in paragraph News of this page.
By appointment (via e-mail).
It is possible contact the teacher by e-mail, taking care to read in advance the guide prepared by Prof. Sebastiano Vigna and clearly specifying in the message the course name and the academic year. In particular, students are encouraged to always use their academic address (i.e. based on the domain
studenti.unimi.it) signing with name and student ID number and recalling that the response time may vary depending on the teacher commitments.
The part on design patterns is based on the book: Partha Kuchana, Software Architecture Design Patterns in Java, Auerbach Publications (ISBN: 0849321425). The online book of James W. Cooper, The Design Patterns Java Companion, is also available.
The part on unit tests is based on the tutorial on Java.net.
The part on the Java Collections Framework is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The part on introspection is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The part on concurrent programming is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The part on MVC is based on the initial part of Building Graphical User Interfaces with the MVC Pattern, although the code shown in class implements the same examples using different techniques and exploiting the SWT library. The used widgets are explained in the tutorial about advanced widgets from the University of Manitoba.
The part on serialization is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The part on networks programming is based on the first three sections of the tutorial from Sun.
The part on HTML document analysis is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The part on regular expression is based on the tutorial from Sun.
The exam consists in the implementation of an individual project, to be presented by appointment.