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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.

Goals

After completing this short course, students will gain knowledge in

  • Databasing (relational and non-relational)
  • Web technology stacks
  • Computational cloud tools
  • Content-versioning
  • Short, concise examples on setting up your own web service for file sharing
  • Data telemetry
  • Data visualization on the web

Lecturer

BJ YurkovichBJ 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.