Course syllabus

Introduction to functional programming for data integration, distributed services and browser based applications. Specifically, REST architectures, security, and performance. 

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Important Dates

Assignments

  • Week #3 Mon 10 am :  3%
  • Week #4 Mon 10 am :  1.5%
  • Week #5 Mon 10 am :  1.5%
  • Week #7 Mon 10 am :  4%

 

  • Week #8 Mon 10 am :  A#5: 1%, A#5B: +1% (optional bonus)
  • Week #9 Fri 10 am :  A#6: 1%, A#6B: +1% (optional bonus) - NEW DATE
  • Week #10 Fri 10 am :  1%  - NEW DATE
  • Week #11 Sat 6 pm :  7%

Tests

  • Test #1.1  Wed 28th Aug in-class  (Week #6) : 5%
  • Test #1.2  Mon 16th Sep in-class (Week #7)  : 5%
  • Test #2 Tue 1 Oct 6 pm (Week #9) : 10%

 

People

  • Eunsol Choi (echo288) — Class Representative
  • James Lilley (jlil161) — Class Representative
  • Zeyuan (James) Fang (zfan253) — Class Representative

 

  • Alec Henderson  (ahen386) — Marking coordinator — 303S.596
  • James Cooper (jcoo092) — Tutor for second half of course (Radu's part) — 303S.567
  • Mano Manoharan (mano@cs.auckland.ac.nz) — Instructor — 303S.593
  • Radu Nicolescu (r.nicolescu@auckland.ac.nz) — Course Coordinator & Instructor — 303S.587

 

Piazza

https://piazza.com/class/jx5ag0efh4t4xs

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