Article describing the complexities involved in designing a complete system.
The writeup gives a synopsis of N-Tier application development approach.
Good material for programmers to read and help see the big picture.
Type of Material:
This is a short article written by Robert Chartier who is working in the information technologies field.
Students who are new to Object Oriented Programming
self paced, can be used as a supplement reading too.
internet and any browser
Identify Major Learning Goals:
High level overview of N-tier Development approach
The Data Tier
The Presentation Logic Tier
The Proxy Tier and the Distributed Logic
The Client Interface
The Business Tier
Data Access Tier
Target Student Population:
College General Education, freshman and even college students.
Students who are beginning education in computers
Prerequisite Knowledge or Skills:
general information about systems and designing systems
Provides the key essence of the N-tier in simple language for a student who is a beginner in Computers - Dictionary links are provided where required
The author seems to be knowledgeable and an IT practitioner. The language is easy to follow and understand.
Potential Effectiveness as a Teaching Tool
The goal of this write up is to engage the reader for a max of 10 minutes. The document is engaging and will capture audience to who are new to Technical side of computers
The article does promote some conceptual understanding on systems design.
Ease of Use for Both Students and Faculty
Clear and not need for any technical skills.
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