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POS 408 ENTIRE COURSE
 
 

WEEK  1

 

POS 408 Week 1 Individual Assignment Individual: Console Display Message

 

Instructions: The Software Development Company wants to develop software for internal use. The company hired you to develop a Visual Studio® C# .NET Framework (not .NET Core) Console Application displaying a Software Development Company Welcome message on the console. Using Visual Studio® and relating C# programming concepts, write a program that displays a welcome message on the console. Review debugging in Lesson 2, "An Introduction to C# and .NET" of the Pluralsight course C# Fundamentals with Visual Studio 2015. Demonstrate basic debugging capabilities by inserting breakpoints in the code. Run the program in debug mode and provide a screenshot showing the use of the breakpoints. The program should have the following characteristics:   

  • Compile and Execute without errors
  • Meets specifications by displaying a welcome message on the console
  • Logic flow is clear, concise, and effective
  • User inputs and outputs should be clear on screen
  • Appropriate indentation to logically illustrate program structure
  • Identifiers logically describe usee
  • Naming conventions are consistent
  • Comments and headers to explain processing that is not obvious Constraint: After the welcome message has been displayed, the program shall prompt the user to press ENTER to continue, and shall allow the program to finish (and the console to close), only after the user has pressed the key to dismiss the program. Zip your Visual Studio® project folder into a ZIP file with your name in the file name. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder. Submit your ZIP file using Assignment Files tab.

 

WEEK  2

 

POS 408 Week 2 Learning Team Assignment Learning Team: Methods Can Help with Maintenance

 

Instructions: As software developers, you know coding standards are an important part of software development, and nearly every organization has a coding standard that developers are expected to follow. You might even be expected to collaborate on defining the coding standard for your team or organization. Refer to "C# Coding Conventions (C# Programming Guide)" from this week's reading. As a team of software developers, discuss how using methods helps with code maintenance. Create a 1/2- to 1-page coding standard for your team that specifies how methods are to be used in your team assignment. Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

POS 408 Week 2 Individual Assignment Individual: Adding Variables

 

Instructions: The Software Development Company now requests you build a C# program to collect information on software developers. For this week's assignment, build on the Week One Individual Assignment, "Console Display Message," by allowing the user to enter one software developer's name, ZIP Code, and monthly gross pay. After the user has entered the data, the program should display on the console the software developer's name, ZIP Code, monthly gross pay, and taxes paid for that month. Taxes are set at 7% of the monthly gross pay.

 

Using Visual Studio® and C# programming concepts, write a program to meet the specifications of the company's request. The program should have the following characteristics:   

  • Compile and Execute without errors
  • Meets specifications by displaying on the console a welcome message along with the following information:
  • Software developer name
  • Zip Code
  • Gross monthly pay
  • Taxes
  • Logic flow is clear, concise, and effective
  • User inputs and outputs should be clear on screen
  • The program code should laid out with appropriate indentation to show program structure
  • Identifiers logically describe use
  • Naming conventions are consistent
  • Comments and headers to explain processing that is not obvious Constraints for assignments in this course: Collect all data and store it as the user enters it. When all the data is collected, display the data and any calculated data on the console. Data displayed on the console must be correctly labelled so that the user will be able to understand what it means. After all data has been displayed, the program will prompt the user to press ENTER to continue, and will allow the program to finish (and the console to close), only after the user has pressed the key to dismiss the program. Zip your Visual Studio® solution project folder so it can be submitted for grading. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder. Submit your ZIP file using Assignment Files tab.

 

 

WEEK  3

 POS 408 Week 3 Learning Team Assignment Learning Team: Understanding and Applying Bitwise Operators

 

Instructions: A common use of bitwise operators is the use of bit fields. If you and your team of software developers has a set of permissions (Read, Create, Update, and Delete), it is possible to use bit fields to store these values in a single byte rather than needing 4 bytes, one for each permission. Refer to "C Bitwise Operators" on the Microsoft® Developer Network website. As a team of software developers, research C# bitwise operators, write a 1/2- to 1-page C# program in Word demonstrating their use for this set of permissions. Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

 

 POS 408 Week 3 Individual Assignment Individual: Branching in C#

 

Instructions: The Software Development Company now requests you enhance the C# program to display on the console additional information on all the software developers' information: For this week's assignment, build on the Week Two Individual Assignment, "Adding Variables," by asking the user to enter the names, ZIP Codes, and monthly gross pay of three software developers. The program should display on the console the software developer name, ZIP Code, monthly gross pay, and taxes paid for that month. Taxes are set at 7% of the monthly gross pay. The program should also display the annual gross pay and annual taxes of all three software developers. Using Visual Studio® and C# programming concepts, write a program to meet the specifications of the company's request. The program should have the following characteristics:   

  • Compile and Execute without errors
  • Meets specifications by displaying on the console a welcome message along with the following information on all three software developers:  

 

  • Software developer name
  • ZIP Code
  • Gross monthly pay
  • Monthly Taxes
  • Annual gross pay
  • Annual taxes
  • Logic flow is clear, concise, and effective
  • User inputs and outputs should be clear on screen
  • The program code should laid out with appropriate indentation to show program structure Identifiers logically describe use
  • Naming conventions are consistent
  • Comments and headers to explain processing that is not obvious Constraints for assignments in this course: Collect all data and store it as soon as the user enters it. When all the data is collected, display the data and any calculated data on the console. Data displayed on the console must be correctly labelled so that the user will be able to understand what it means. After all data has been displayed, the program will prompt the user to press ENTER to continue, and will allow the program to finish (and the console to close), only after the user has pressed the key to dismiss the program. Zip your Visual Studio® solution project folder so it can be submitted for grading. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder. Submit your Zip file using Assignment Files tab.

 

 

WEEK  4

 

POS 408 Week 4 Learning Team Assignment Learning Team: Learn How to Apply Inheritance Using Class Hierarchies

 

Instructions: You and your team of software developers are creating a game for children. The game has different types of animals. As a team of software developers, create in a 1-page Word document the class "Animal," including appropriate methods and properties that are common to all animals, subclasses of Animal, such as Cats, Dogs, and Birds, and appropriate methods and properties unique to these subclasses. Submit your assignment using the Assignment Files tab.

POS 408 Week 4 Individual Assignment Individual: Error Handling t

 

Instructions: The Software Development Company requests you add user error exception handling capabilities to the C# program. For this week's assignment, build on the Week Three Individual Assignment, "Branching in C#," by storing each  software developer's information in a C# data structure object record. The C# data structure object record must include the type of employee as either W2 or 1099 using the following requirements:    

  • The 1099 software development employees' records always have zero tax amounts
  • The program properly handles and informs the user about errors on user input
  • The program allows the user to reenter and input value that was invalid, until the user succeeds in entering a valid value.
  • The program demonstrates in the code the use of out or ref arguments
  • The program displays on the console all the software developers' data, name, ZIP code, payee type, monthly pay, monthly taxes, annual gross pay, annual taxes, and net pay Using Visual Studio® and C# programming concepts, write a program to meet the specifications of the company's request. The program should have the following characteristics:
  • Compile and Execute without errors
  • Meets specifications by displaying on the console a welcome message along with the following information on three software developers:
  • Software developer name
  • ZIP Code
  • Gross monthly pay
  • Annual gross pay
  • Employee type: W2/1099
  • Monthly and annual taxes determined by employee type
  • Logic flow is clear, concise, and effective; demonstrates exception handling routines and reference types by catching and displaying user data entry errors and implementing reference types as part of the code
  • User inputs and outputs should be clear on screen
  • The program code should laid out with appropriate indentation to show program structure Identifiers logically describe use
  • Naming conventions are consistent
  • Comments and headers to explain processing that is not obvious Constraints for assignments in this course: Collect all data and store it as the user enters it. When all the data is collected, display the data and any calculated data on the console. Data displayed on the console must be correctly labelled so that the user will be able to understand what it means. After all data has been displayed, the program will prompt the user to press ENTER to continue, and will allow the program to finish (and the console to close), only after the user has pressed the key to dismiss the program. Zip your Visual Studio® solution project folder so it can be submitted for grading. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder. Submit your ZIP file using Assignment Files tab.

 

WEEK  5

 POS 408 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Learning Team: Learn How to Save Objects to a File


Instructions: You and your team of software developers are experiencing problems saving the state of a program between different times that the program is run.

An object oriented program state can be maintained by saving the state of the objects in the program. Also, you can transfer the state of an object between different computer systems by creating the object based on the state once it is saved onto that other computer. In order to provide a way to persist object state, you must serialize objects in C#.

As a team of software developers and using the classes created in the Week Four Learning Team Collaborative Activity, "Learn How to Apply Inheritance Using Class Hierarchies," serialize the objects of the classes from that activity to a file as a Visual Studio® solution.

Zip your Visual Studio® solution project folder so it can be submitted for grading. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder.

Submit your ZIP file using the Assignment Files tab.

 

POS 408 Week 5 Individual Assignment Individual: Data Structures

 

Instructions: The Software Development Company now requests you add final elements to the C# program. For this week's assignment, build on the Week Four Individual Assignment, "Error Handling," by reading the software developers' C# data structure records data from a file (data.txt), implement an array data structure containing the data, and display on the console all the software developers' data, monthly pay, monthly taxes, annual gross pay, annual taxes, and net pay. Program Input File: Create a Comma Separated Values (CSV) text file and named "data.txt." The data.txt file shall include information on at least five developers put into rows and including software developer name, addresses, and monthly gross pay separated by a comma. Using Visual Studio® and C# programming concepts, write a program to meet the specifications of the company's request. The program should have the following characteristics:   

  • Compile and Execute without errors
  • Meets specifications by demonstrating file handling, array data structure manipulation, and console output mastery by accomplishing the following:
  • Read software developers' data from a file
  • Input the data into an array data structure
  • Display the software developers' data on the console
  • Logic flow is clear, concise, and effective
  • User inputs and outputs should be clear on screen
  • Validation for input types and data format
  • Appropriate indentation to logically illustrate program structure
  • Identifiers logically describe use
  • Naming conventions are consistent
  • Comments and headers to explain processing that is not obvious Zip your Visual Studio® solution project folder so it can be submitted for grading. In Visual Studio®, you can locate the folder with your solution by left clicking on the solution node in the Solution Explorer. Look at the Properties window to find the folder name in the Path property. Locate this folder in File Explorer and zip the folder. Submit your ZIP file using Assignment Files tab.

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