Com S 362 - Object-Oriented Analysis and Design Spring 2002

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Home Page of Com S 362

This is the home page of an new offering of Com S 362 at Iowa State University, as taught in Spring 2002 by Gary T. Leavens.

Date News Item
new news item 5/10/2002 You can stop by Gary's office (229 Atanasoff Hall) to get your test during the week of May 13-17 (after 10am). The final exam percentage was figured out of 99 points.
5/1/2002 The aspect-oriented version of the flight reservation example now has sample code written in Aspect/J are now available. The files with the aspects in them are and
3/4/2002 Click on the relevant topic in the syllabus to access the relevant meeting outline for that topic. (Or you can access the meeting outlines directory directly.)
2/8/2002 If you're learning Java, you can start at Sun's Java page and its "new to Java" section. See also the Java Tutorial.
2/7/2002 For version control, see the course resources page for information about the Concurrent Version control System (CVS). You could potentially also use the RCS system on which CVS is based directly.

Questions and Answers

Often a student will ask a question that provokes an answer of use to other students. When this happens, in addition to answering the student directly, we will post the question and answer on the Q & A page. Urgent answers will also be sent to the course mailing list.


We will regularly send course-related email to your department Unix account. You are responsible for reading email on this account at least once per day during the week. If it is not convenient for you to read email on this account you are responsible for forwarding your email to a more convenient location.


Prompt, frequent and constructive feedback is essential to success in any endeavor. For this reason we strive to grade your work in a timely manner. We would also appreciate your feedback on the course. Please use this anonymous form to provide constructive criticism and offer suggestions (or dole out praise smiley face). You can, of course, also email your comments.

Last modified Saturday, February 8, 2003.

This web page is for the Spring 2002 offering of Com S 362 at Iowa State University. The details of this course are subject to change as experience dictates. You will be informed of any changes. Please direct any comments or questions to Gary T. Leavens at leavens@cs-DOT-iastate-DOT-edu (after replacing -DOT- with `.').