System architecture development of programming languages source code digital library in FTMSK / Mohd Sahli Nordin

Nordin, Mohd Sahli (2005) System architecture development of programming languages source code digital library in FTMSK / Mohd Sahli Nordin. Degree thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA.


Since 1985 or late 80's, Faculty of Information System and Quantitative Science
(FTMSK) in Universiti Teknologi MARA had offering studies on various types of
computer programming languages. Nowadays, the programming languages evolve
rapidly from the first-generation languages to high-level or fourth-generation languages
and it moves parallel with computer technology improvement in Malaysia.
Along the road, some students and lecturer have given their good effort on
developing a lot of amazing programming codes. However, no effort was done to
preserve all of these contribution and great work especially their names, achievements
and glorious moments. Only some of them were able to inherit their works because of no
platform or system yet in FTMSK that enables source code sharing and repository.
Therefore, a suitable platform should be developed to create a big archive of
source code repository in a digital library format to collect, share and organize
programming source code within FTMSK community. So, students and lecturers will
enjoy the benefit of source code sharing especially in object-oriented programming
where reusability can reduce time to produce more effective programming source code
and new higher quality product or version. The open source practice may increase cost
effectiveness of programming languages studies in UiTM and bring a new change in the
programming language arena in the near future.
By using the concept of knowledge sharing community within the faculty and
taking the advantage of open source, web technology and good knowledge base
architecture, FTMSK could brings a new change in the way the student learn
programming language especially in educational institution. The more important thing is
the historical evolution of programming languages will not be forgotten in the future.


Item Type: Thesis (Degree)
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Nordin, Mohd Sahli
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam > Faculty of Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Date: 2005
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