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Brian Nadworny

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

585-475-4943
Office Location

Brian Nadworny

Lecturer
Department of Information and Computing Studies
National Technical Institute for the Deaf
Instructional/Support Faculty

Education

BA, State University College at Potsdam; MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

585-475-4943

Currently Teaching

NMAD-262
3 Credits
Students learn how to consume server-side web services that can deliver data in different formats to a variety of applications by building on their previous experience with websites and applications. They use a hands-on approach to build and modify different types of databases for use with their web services while exploring how data can and why it should be shared by multiple devices and applications. Students also gain an understanding of how to detect different devices over the Internet and generate specific targeted content. Use of pre-existing components, APIs and frameworks to improve efficiency is also explored. Methods for efficient data-transfer, to increase battery life, are a key topic in this course. Students work individually, as well as with other students, to complete tasks.
NMAD-199
1 - 4 Credits
The description for each Independent Study will be specified in each course proposal.
NACA-161
3 Credits
This course builds upon the programming skills developed in Programming Fundamentals I and will cover more advanced object-oriented programming concepts, logical structures, and algorithms. Visual information system modeling, graphical user interfaces and software testing topics will be covered.