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Core Java Training


  • Core Java Training

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Faculty Profile: 

Work Experience: Total 3.5 year of experience with Pitney Bowes Softwares and Bharti Airtel in Enterprise Mobile Apps and Java Applications with their New Product Development Groups. 
Has trained more than 650+ Tech Enthusiasts till date.

B.E(IT) from Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology (NSIT), Delhi University

Course Structure:
Total: 60 Hours training
Duration: 15 Sessions – 4:30 Hours each
There will be a 1 week break in between for internals
All Hands-on sessions

Classroom Session 1:

Getting Started
Introduction to Java
How to download, install, and configure the Java environment on a Windows system.
Write first Java program using command line and IDE
Primitive Data types in Java
Arithmetic, logical, relational and conditional Operators

Classroom Session 2:

Classes and Objects
Introduction to Classes
Components of class – field and methods
Introduction to Objects
Declaring and initializing objects
Storing objects in memory
Using object references to manipulate data

Classroom Session 3:

Variables, Variables in Java
Initializing Variables
Arguments and Parameters
Scope and use of instance, local and static variables
Access Control
Packaging of Java classes
Public and Default classes
Access modifiers (default, public, private and protected) for variables

Classroom Session 4 and 5:

Superclass and subclass
Abstract Classes
Method overriding
Final Classes
Access modifiers in inheritance
Objects and references in inheritance
Casting objects
Class members in inheritance
Overloading a method Interface for multiple inheritance

Classroom Session 6:

Flow Control
Types of selection statements with example.
Types of looping statements with example.
Types of transfer statements with example.

Classroom Session 7:

Java API Introduction
Object Class
String and StringBuffer, String pool
Math Class
Wrapper classes

Classroom Session 8 and 9:

Data Structures
Creating and using arrays
Collection and Map
Classes implementing List (ArrayList, LinkedList and Vector)
Fail safe iterator
Implementation of hashCode and equals
Classes implementing Set (HashSet, LinkedHashSet and TreeSet)
Comparable and Comparator
Classes implementing Map

Classroom Session 10:

Error and Exception handling
Stack to store method execution
Throwable and sub classes to handle failure
Throwing exception from a method
Try, catch and finally blocks

Classroom Session 11 and 12:

Java RMI
Use of RMI to communicate across JVM
Multitasking vs Multithreading
Use of multithreading in java
Create thread using Thread class and Runnable interface
Daemon thread
Thread states and transitions
Need for synchronization
Synchronized method and blocks
Inter thread communication

Classroom Session 13 and 14:

Java I/O Fundamentals
Read and write into a file from Java program
Introduction to JDBC
Types of Drivers
Steps for DB connectivity from Java
DriverManager, Statement, ResultSet, PreparedStatement, CallableStatment ResultSetMetaData, DatabaseMetaData APIs

Classroom Session 15:

Garbage Collections
Java Heap vs Stack
Java Garbage Collector
Finalize method for clean up

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