Since September 2014, I have been privileged to work as a teaching assistant at University Mediterranean in the Faculty of information technologies in Podgorica.
I assist on six courses:
Course objectives: acquisition of basic knowledge in the area of computer hardware, software and the Internet as crucial preconditions for further studying ICT and programming generally; understanding the importance of IT influence on society, its advantages and disadvantages; understanding the principles of mobile and wireless technologies whose development and implementation surpass the leading role in Information technology.
Technical knowledge: Microsoft Office package
Course objectives: This course discusses WWW architecture and technologies, as most used Internet service. Students are introduced to technologies for development of web applications on client and server sides and are acquirin basic knowledge in web applications. The other fields from the domain of web technology covered by this course are protocols, standards, server and client functionalities, security and methodologies of web design and development.
Technical knowledge: HTML5, CSS3, Joomla Content Managment System
Course objective: Advanced client technologies for development of dynamic web applications.
Course objectives: Learning basic XML technologies. The acquisition of practical knowledge and skills related to the application of XML technology in software systems.
Course objective: Gaining theoretical and practical knowledge about system request formalization according to user’s needs and about object-oriented system modeling applying UML diagrams and suitable techniques and tools.
Technical knowledge: UML modeling
Course objectives: Introduction to the process of requirements gathering. Mastering the techniques of obtaining requirements and forms of requirements specifications and validation.
Papers in journals and scientific meetings of national importance: