Studium Uni Hamburg

Medienkultur

Seminare zur Medientheorie und -geschichte,
Praktische Kurse zu Filmegestaltung
und Online-PR,
Praktika in TV & Radio

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Philosophie

Grundlagenkurse zu Argumentationstheorie, Logik & Ethik,
Vertiefende Seminare zu Einzelthemen
der Philosophie

Japanologie

Intensives Sprach- & Schriftstudium,
Theorie-Seminare zur
Gesellschaft & Geschichte Japans

Auslandssemester in Tokyo

Meiji Gakuin Daigaku

Magisterabschluss

Abschlussarbeit
“Medien-Diskurs im kulturellen Kontext.
Versuch einer Zusammenführung von Luhmann, Habermas & Foucault”

Web Technologies Certificate

Harvard Extension School

Das “Web Technologies Certificate” verlangt das Absolvieren von fünf relevanten Kursen der Harvard Extension School mit Mindestnote B.

Die Website beschreibt die Ziele des Studiengangs folgendermaßen:

Master the fundamentals of website development, such as HTML5, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, multimedia, HTTP, and scripting languages.

Design, code, publish, market, and monetize mobile apps and games using cross-platform tools.

Build dynamic, database-driven web applications, such as use of a LAMP framework (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) and JavaScript (+ Ajax), among others, to develop robust online programs.

Implement core concepts of information management, such as data models, database management systems, unstructured and semistructured data management, or parallel and distributed databases.

Meine Kurse

Fundamentals of Web Development

David P. Heitmeyer

Description: This course provides a comprehensive overview of website development. Students explore the prevailing vocabulary, tools, and standards used in the field and learn how the various facets—including HTML5, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ajax, multimedia, scripting languages, HTTP, clients, servers, and databases—function together in today’s web environment. The course provides a solid web development foundation, focusing on content and client-side (browser) components (HTML5, XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, multimedia), with an overview of the server-side technologies.

P5 - Creative Explorations on the web

Edmund Anthony Hebert

Der Kurs führt in die Javascript-Bibliothek P5.js ein, die sowohl zur Datenvisualisierung als auch zu kreativen Canvas-Animationen und zur DOM-Manipulation genutzt werden kann.
In schrittweisen Vertiefungen werden grundlegende Konzepte der Webprogrammierung (Schleifen, Funktionen, Objekte…) sowie das Formenspektrum der Canvas-Elemente eingeführt.
Weiter geht es mit fortgeschrittenen Themen zur API-Kommunikation und zur Bild/Video- & Audio-Manipulation.
Projekte: Abstrakte Kunst mit P5, Visualisierung von Zeit

Laravel - Dynamic Web Applications

Susan Buck

Description: This course is the next step for programmers who are experienced with front-end website development using HTML/CSS and want to learn server-side web application development. At the start of the semester, we set up local and production server environments, managed with Git version control. Next, we explore web application programming using PHP, the dominant server-side language of the web. […]
In the second half of the semester we progress into building more advanced applications using the popular PHP framework, Laravel. While working with this framework, we cover topics such as package management, routing, models, views, controllers, environment management, web interface security, databases, and other core web development concepts.

Projekte: Quote-App (Laravel), Erweiterte App mit CRUD-Operationen

User Experience Engineering

David S. Platt

Description: Success in today’s software marketplace requires an excellent user experience (UX). That’s why all developers, architects, and managers today need to understand the basic principles of UX, even if it’s not their primary job. In this course, we take an in-depth look at the foundations of an excellent UX in a platform-agnostic manner. We learn to ask and then answer the vital questions that everyone involved in software needs to consider when making every design decision; we learn to start with the user, not the toolkit. Who are our users and how do we represent them? What problems are these particular users trying to solve, and what would they consider the characteristics of a good solution? How should the user interaction flow, and how can we represent that with stories? How can we prototype and test different designs?…

Abschluss-Dokument mit Links zu Präsentations-Video & App-Prototyp

Spring Term 2018

Node.js, MongoDB, Angular

Laurence P. Bouthillier

Description: This course provides an introduction to web application development by way of JavaScript and the node.js environment. Students learn the basics of server-side web development using the MEAN stack (MongoDB, Express.js, Angular/Angular 2, node.js). Using the MEAN stack, the course introduces students to models of software development that can apply to any web development environment, including the application server (node.js), Model View Controller (MVC) frameworks using Express.js, front-end frameworks (Angular), and databases (MongoDB). The course includes setting up a node.js environment, building web APIs and full-stack JavaScript applications using the MEAN stack, and following good application development practices. Experience with server-side application development is not required, though knowledge of client-side web development (HTML/CSS/JavaScript) is important.