Location: University at Albany, State University of New York
Terms: Spring 2006, Fall 2009
Class size: ~ 35 students/term
IST424 introduces students to the fundamentals of computer hardware (transistors, integrated circuits, components, devices, interfaces), software (execution cycle, programming methodology), and operating systems (Windows, Macintosh, Linux).
- Burd, S. D. (2006). Systems Architecture (5th ed.): Course Technology.
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I took this class in spring 2009. The class was so interesting because I learned a lot of things that I did not know about Hardware and Operating Systems. Also, the professor kept it simple and he made the class enjoyable to everyone. He is one of the best professors that I ever had, but you have to do what he asks you to do. I suggest taking this class with Dr. Doane.
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