Items where Mentor is "Vavpotič, viš. pred. dr. Damjan"
Žiga Železnik (2013) Analysis and comparison of web-based content management systems. EngD thesis.
Črt Ambrožič (2012) Establishment and use of wireless networks Eduroam and Libroam in the National and university library. EngD thesis.
Peter Dolenec (2012) Inventory control system with use of a smartphone for barecode scanning. EngD thesis.
Matej Božič (2012) Development of an extension for description and evaluation of restaurants in Joomla CMS. EngD thesis.
Nebojša Djekanović (2012) Online advertising by use of cost per action pricing model. EngD thesis.
Urban Zupančič (2011) Use of SQL Service Broker for integration of two information systems. EngD thesis.
Darko Gavrić (2011) Decision model for selection of daily work reporting tool. EngD thesis.
Marko Iskra (2011) Development of a web application for customer management of an aesthetic studio with Oracle application express. EngD thesis.
Daniel Brulc (2011) Methods and computer based tools for failure analysis. EngD thesis.
Rok Logonder (2011) Use of object-relational mapping tools for development of java based applications. EngD thesis.
Martin Štokelj (2011) Introducing internet protocol IPv6 in to the company. EngD thesis.
Vid Kanduč (2011) Application of virtual desktop infrastructure in enterprises. EngD thesis.
Matjaž Bevčič (2011) Improvements of geographic information system in an electro distribution enterprise. EngD thesis.
Martin Verstovšek (2011) Use of tools for management do it projects in a small development team. EngD thesis.
Marko Budal (2011) Automated performance testing of web applications. EngD thesis.
Ivo Prelc (2011) Use of semantic web technologies in a wine production company. EngD thesis.
Marko Vatovec (2011) An Approach to Implementation of Green Computing. EngD thesis.
Dean Podgornik (2011) Use of Web 2.0 concepts in development of web applications. EngD thesis.
Damjan Košćak (2011) Information security in accordance with ISO/IEC 27000. EngD thesis.
Rok Kuzem (2011) Test planning for IS development in small development teams. EngD thesis.