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CS senior project

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Ricky Rodriguez

on 1 May 2010

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Univer-City Final Presentation-
CS Senior Project Andrew Dorrycott
Richard Rodriguez Motivation Create a social networking website Security
Control
Upfront Provacy Policies Create a better user experience
Interaction among the different technology levels
Plan of Attack Solution Stack Web Server Application Development Platform Database Scripting Front End Security What About the Benjamins? Software costs:
-$0 for open source software programs

Hardware Costs:
-$0 Linux requirements are low for the server, no need for new hardware
Personnel Costs:
-$25/hour for 8 hours a week, for 15 weeks
-2 software engineers
-$6000 total cost of project
Estimates Database CREATE TABLE users (
id INTEGER NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
first TEXT,
middle TEXT,
last TEXT,
age INTEGER,
password TEXT,
state INTEGER,
is_admin BOOL,
joined DATETIME,
updated TIMESTAMP,
PRIMARY KEY (id),
FOREIGN KEY(state) REFERENCES states (id)
)
CREATE TABLE users_to_users_xref (
user_id1 INTEGER NOT NULL,
user_id2 INTEGER NOT NULL,
PRIMARY KEY (user_id1, user_id2),
FOREIGN KEY(user_id2) REFERENCES users (id),
FOREIGN KEY(user_id1) REFERENCES users (id)
)
Basic relationships among users

Normalization MySQL Security Privacy Privileges Encryption Web Frame Work Pylons Mysqlalchemy -> MySQL Front End: - CSS
- HTML
-Tables
-mako files for using pylons
- Javascript Now On to the Demo!
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