dat210 | undergraduate
Data Programming Languages
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Programming Logic and Data
- Describe how data is represented and used in a computer program.
- Explain Object Oriented Programming (OOP).
- Apply basic computer programming concepts using Python, Javaâ¢, and Ruby.
Big Data Processing with Python
- Build a scalable application with Object Oriented Programming (OOP).
- Demonstrate sequential processing within a programâs logic using Python.
- Develop algorithms and transform them into a Python program.
Javaâ ¢ and Data Management
- Explain control structures in Javaâ¢.
- Apply loop and selection control structures in Javaâ¢.
- Describe database connectivity with Javaâ¢.
- Create files in Javaâ¢.
Web Development with Ruby
- Review Ruby basics.
- Explain text file and database manipulation using programming.
- Review Web development techniques in Ruby.
- Deploy Ruby applications.
- Describe database facilities and techniques with Ruby.
- Review criteria for selecting the correct programming language to solve a business problem.
- Examine functional programming in Ruby, Javaâ¢, and Python.
- Analyze functional Programming and Big Data.
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