PRG 420 Entire Course

PRG 420 Entire Course   Entire Course Linkhttps://uopcourses.com/category/prg-420/   Week 1 Individual: Java™ ProgramCreate a
console based, non-GUI Java program using NetBeans Integrated Development
Environment (IDE) that displays "Hello world!". Submit a
copy of your program. The program must successfully compile and execute.
You can use any IDE or the command line. Zip up your program (not the whole
project - just the *.java file(s)) and submit it. I rebuild and re-run all
submitted programs. Screenshot is not required.In
this and future assignments, do NOT use Swing or any Graphical User Interface
programming. In this class, all programs use the console only for input and
output.    Week
2 Learning Team: Quality Control SheetResource: Excel® scoring instrumentCreate a quality control (QC) sheet based on the
scoring instrument. The QC sheet will be used later in this course to evaluate
team members' programs. As a team, share your ideas with each other and create
one common QC sheet that your team will use. Your final QC sheet should be
compiled in Microsoft® Excel® and must include the following:

  • Areas to enter the evaluator's name, the name of the
    program being evaluated, and the date the program is received.

  • A set of detailed criteria for evaluation based on
    the scoring instrument.

  • The values assigned to each component of the
    evaluation based on the scoring instrument.

  • Areas for detailed evaluation comments.

  • Other elements as appropriate.

Submit your team's final QC sheet using the
Assignment Files tab.      Week
2 Individual: Salesperson Java™ Application Part IWrite a Java application using NetBeans
Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that calculates the total annual
compensation of a salesperson. Consider the following factors:

  • A salesperson will earn a fixed salary of $50,000.

  • A salesperson will also receive a commission as a
    sales incentive. Commission is a percentage of the salesperson's annual
    sales. The current commission is 15% of total sales.

  • The total annual compensation is the fixed salary
    plus the commission earned.

The Java application should meet these
technical requirements:

  • The application should have two or more classes.
    There should be an application's controlling class (a controlling class is
    where the main function resides) and another class. Look over future
    assignments and think about the best way to write the second class so that
    it will be easily enhanced. Remember in our discussions that in OOP, an
    object usually represents an entity and all the data that describes it.
    What can be considered an entity in this assignment?

  • There should be proper documentation in the source
    code.

  • The application should ask the user to enter annual
    sales, and it should display the total annual compensation.

Submit your Java application file using the
Assignment Files tab.     Week
3 Learning Team: Quality Control Sheet ReviewAs one of the
requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program, you
must design and develop a computer program using professional principles and
standards.Complete an evaluation of each team member's
Individual program assignment using the QC sheet your team developed in Week
Two. Consider the following: 

  • Make sure that the source code submitted for
    evaluation is the same one that is submitted for the Individual
    assignment.

  • As a team, agree on a deadline for members to have
    the evaluations completed. This is necessary so the team has time to
    compile all members' evaluations. Team members who do not meet the
    evaluation deadline will not receive full credit for this assignment.

  • Each Learning Team should organize their input and
    submit one file only.

  • Note that using pop-up comments (such as
    <SHIFT-F2 in Microsoft® Excel®) is not
    acceptable. Team members are encouraged to provide unique comments for
    each other. 

Submit your team's completed QC sheet using the
Assignment Files tab.   Week
3 Individual: Salesperson Java™ Application Part IIModify the Week Two Java™ application to meet these
additional and changed business requirements:

  • The company has recently changed its total annual
    compensation policy to improve sales.

  • A salesperson will continue to earn a fixed salary
    of $50,000. The current sales target for every salesperson is $120,000.

  • The sales incentive will only start when 80% of the
    sales target is met. The current commission is 15% of total sales.

  • If a salesperson exceeds the sales target, the
    commission will increase based on an acceleration factor. The acceleration
    factor is 1.25. That is,


    • At 80% of $120,000 (target), a sales person
      earns no commission - just the base salary of $50,000

    • Between 80% and $120,000 (target), a sales
      person earns 15% commission on top of base salary of $50,000

    • At $120,000 (target) and over, the sales person
      earns 15% x 1.25 commission on top of base salary of $50,000



  • The application should ask the user to enter annual
    sales, and it should display the total annual compensation.

  • The application should also display a table of
    potential total annual compensation that the salesperson could have
    earned, in $5000 increments above the salesperson's annual sales, until it
    reaches 50% above the salesperson's annual sales.


    • Sample Table: Assuming a total annual sales of
      $100,000, the table would look like this:





Total Sales


Total
Compensation




100,000


<<Program
calculated value




105,000


<<Program
calculated value




110,000


<<Program
calculated value




115,000


<<Program
calculated value




120,000


<<Program
calculated value




125,000


<<Program
calculated value




130,000


<<Program
calculated value




135,000


<<Program
calculated value




140,000


<<Program
calculated value




145,000


<<Program
calculated value




150,000


<<Program calculated
value




The Java™ application should also meet these technical requirements:

  • The application should have at least two classes
    like in the first assignment.

  • The source code must demonstrate the use of
    conditional and looping structures.

  • There should be proper documentation in the source
    code.

Submit your Java application file using the
Assignment Files tab.        Week
4 Learning Team: Week Four Quality Control Sheet ReviewAs one of the
requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program,
students must design and develop a computer program using professional
principles and standards.Complete an evaluation of each team member's
Individual program assignment from Week Three using the QC sheet your team
developed in Week Two. Consider the following: 

  • Make sure that the source code submitted for
    evaluation is the same one that is submitted for the Individual
    assignment.

  • As a team, agree on a deadline for members to have
    the evaluations completed. This is necessary so the team has time to
    compile all members' evaluations. Team members who do not meet the
    evaluation deadline will not receive full credit for this assignment.

  • Each Learning Team should organize their input and
    submit one file only.

  • Note that using pop-up comments (such as
    <SHIFT-F2 in Microsoft® Excel®) is not
    acceptable. Team members are encouraged to provide unique comments for
    each other. 

Submit your team's completed QC sheet using
Assignment Files tab.      Week
4 Individual: Salesperson Java™ Application Part IIIModify the Week Three Java application using
NetBeans IDE to meet these additional and changed business requirements:

  • The application will now compare the total annual
    compensation of at least two salespersons.

  • It will calculate the additional amount of sales
    that each salesperson must achieve to match or exceed the higher of the
    two earners.

  • The application should ask for the name of each
    salesperson being compared.

The Java application should also meet
these technical requirements:

  • The application should have at least one class, in
    addition to the application's controlling class.

  • The source code must demonstrate the use of Array or
    ArrayList.

  • There should be proper documentation in the source
    code.

Submit your Java application file using the
Assignment Files tab.       Week
5 Learning Team: Program Review PaperIn the real world,
an entire program is rarely written from scratch. It is very likely that there
are classes or functions that already exist. The key to using these existing
modules successfully depends on how modular the classes or functions are
written.In this Learning Team assignment, your
mission is to take a section of one team member's Week Four program and replace
a similar section of another team member's Week Four program.Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper describing the
following:

  • How the two programs were selected.

  • The process of identifying the classes or functions
    for replacement.

  • The changes needed to make the final Java
    application program work correctly.

  • The final Java application program.

Submit your team's paper using Assignment Files
tab.     Week
5 Individual: Programming SolutionsWrite a
paper of 350- to 700-word response to the following:In your opinion, what are the three biggest challenges in planning
and designing a solution for a programming problem? What can you do to overcome
these challenges? How would you apply these techniques to the programs in this
class?Submit your paper
using Assignment Files tab. 
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