INT620 - Applied E-commerce
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Students will be introduced to the skills necessary to design, configure and maintain a secure web-based transaction-based site on the Internet. They will learn to design, document, and implement a database driven dynamic e-business solution using simple templating mechanisms in Perl like HTML::Template, and graduate on to more capable templating system such as Perl.
1 Credit for CTY Diploma Program.
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Use project design and management skills to design and implement a secure transaction server
2. Use management and job tasking skills to manage and monitor a small team on a project
3. Design web-based applications appropriate to their business use in their aesthetics, usability, standard coding practices, and technical requirements and restrictions.
4. Logically separate application design elements from functional elements
5. Logically and practically separate business code from it's visualization
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