International Fair Presentation - Ulm 2010


The Erasmus Presentation may be downloaded here(erasmus_presentation.zip, 11/06/2010 12:09)


The International Student Guide may be downloaded here (SalamancaStudentGuide.pdf, 9/06/2010 07:10)

Videos


Download Patio de Escuelas (~ Schulenhof) here
Download Campus Ciencias (~ Wissenschaftcampus) here

Java Course materials

UNIX WINDOWS
Projects: first set DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09) DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09)
Projects: second set DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09) DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09)
Projects: More Projects DOWNLOAD (29/06/2010 12:52)  
Projects: third set DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09) DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09)
Additional tools
(com.coti.*)
DOWNLOAD (11/06/2010 12:09)


NOTE.- Please pay attention to the installation notes for the com.coti packages.

UNIX WINDOWS
  1. Uncompress the com.zip file into a directory that can be seen by any other user in the machine. This could be /tools_for_netbeans.
  2. When you want a NetBeans project to make use of com.coti.*, click on the project with the right hand button and select Properties. This will produce a dialog box; on the left hand side, click on Libraries. Then click on the Add Jar/Folder button on the right hand side, and select tools_for_netbeans. Click OK until you are back to NetBeans and your project will "see" the com.coti tools.
  1. Uncompress com.zip into some visible directory; one good place could be the Shared directory, or the C:\ directory, or some other directory that will be visible for all users.
  2. When you want a NetBeans project to make use of com.coti.*, click on the project with the right hand button and select Properties. This will produce a dialog box; on the left hand side, click on Libraries. Then click on the Add Jar/Folder button on the right hand side, and select Shared Directory. Click OK until you are back to NetBeans and your project will "see" the com.coti tools.
  1. Intro.zip (11/06/2010 12:09)
  2. Basics.zip (11/06/2010 12:09)
  3. Classes.zip (24/06/2010 13:39)
  4. Swing.zip 1/01/1970 01:00


With heartfelt thanks to my students and colleagues in Ulm.