Web Service Architectures and Programming
Short Course Description
Web services, cloud computing and remote access of data are becoming the standard in day-to-day engineering, requiring today’s engineers to understand this topic to effectively leverage and execute their projects and initiatives.
This 8-hour live seminar provides participants with an in-depth overview of web service architecture and best practices in web service design.
Working knowledge of computer architecture is required.
After completing this short course, students will gain knowledge in
- Databasing (relational and non-relational)
- Web technology stacks
- Computational cloud tools
- Short, concise examples on setting up your own web service for file sharing
- Data telemetry
- Data visualization on the web
BJ Yurkovich is a principle investigator and researcher at the Center for Automotive Research and actively participates in new technology venture development and software-system oriented product design at Technicity LLC.
Yurkovich has designed and led the development of applications including engineering analysis tools and protocol translation software systems, cyber-security oriented systems, data-driven, user-based web
applications, embedded software systems, numerical computation and simulation applications, and transaction-based network systems. He holds degrees from Ohio State in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science.