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|Subject||Book(s)||Class or Tutorial||Programming Labs?|
|Database Systems||Garcia-Ullman-Widom, Elmasri-Navathe||Class||Yes, SQL|
|Data Mining||Tan-Steinback-Kumar, Leskovec-Rajaraman-Ullman||Class||No|
|Operating Systems||Tenenbaum, generic||Class||Yes, Java|
|Data Structures||Carrano||Class||Yes, Java|
|Introductory Programming||Liang, Guzdial-Ericson||Class||Yes, Java|
|SQL Programming||generic||Tutorial||Yes, SQL|
|Java Programming||generic||Tutorial||Yes, Java|
|GUI Programming||generic||Tutorial||Yes, Java|