Java Programming Course



Course Details:

Length: 5 days

Price: $2,850/person (USD)

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Course Features:

Live Instructor Teaching

Certificate of Completion

Courseware: Print

Hands-On Learning?: Yes

Software Lab Included?: Yes

Delivery Methods:

Live Online

Individuals and Groups
@ Your Location

Onsite for Teams

Group Teams
@ Your Organization

This is an instructor-led course. It is taught by an instructor live online or at organizations for groups.
For team training, we can teach onsite at your office or private live online.

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Course Overview

Whether you want to learn Java to write customized applets to embed in your web pages or large-scale applications, this 5 day course is for you. It has been used by thousands of beginning and experienced programmers to master the Java skills that are essential, whether you’re creating desktop, web, or mobile applications. Now revised to cover Java SE 17 and updated throughout, it focuses on today’s best practices, covers both NetBeans and Eclipse, and makes it easier than ever to learn Java, even if you’ve never programmed in any language before.

This course: Covers the main terms and concepts that are essential to programming in Java; Explains what the language elements do and how you can effectively apply them in practice; Provides an extensive introduction to the key packages in the Java class library illustrated with full working examples; Walks you through building a robust application to give you a better understanding of how to apply Java in practical projects.


Register Early: Registration Deadline is 2 Weeks Prior to Class Start.


Course Notes

Target Audience

This course is for anyone who wants to learn the essentials of Java programming. It works:

  • if you have an aptitude for problem-solving but no programming experience at all
  • if you have programming experience with another language
  • if you already know an older version of Java and you want to update your skills
  • if you’ve already read some Java books and still don’t know how to develop a real-world application

Knowledge Prerequisites

Introduction to Programming

Suggested Follow-Ons

Beginning Android

 

Course Topics

Section 1: Essential concepts and skills

Chapter 1: An introduction to Java
• An overview of Java
• Types of Java applications
• An introduction to Java development
• How to get started with NetBeans
• How to get started with Eclipse

Chapter 2: How to write your first applications
• Basic coding skills
• How to work with numeric variables
• How to work with string variables
• How to use classes, objects, and methods
• How to use the console for input and output
• How to code simple control statements
• Two illustrative applications
• Two more skills for the road

Chapter 3: How to work with the primitive data types
• Basic skills for working with data
• How to code arithmetic expressions
• More skills for working with numbers

Chapter 4: How to code control statements
• How to code Boolean expressions
• How to work with if/else statements
• How to work with switch statements and expressions
• How to work with loops
• How to code break and continue statements

Chapter 5: How to code methods and handle exceptions
• How to code and call static methods
• How to handle exceptions
• How to validate data
• The Future Value application with data validation

Chapter 6: How to test and debug an application
• Basic skills for testing and debugging
• How to use NetBeans to debug an application
• How to use Eclipse to debug an application

Chapter 7: How to code classes
• An introduction to classes and objects
• How to code a class that defines an object
• How to work with static fields and methods
• The Product Viewer application
• More skills for working with objects and methods
• The Line Item application

Chapter 8: How to work with arrays and array lists
• How to work with an array
• How to use the Arrays class
• How to work with an array list
• The Invoice application

Chapter 9: How to work with file I/O and exceptions
• Introduction to file I/O
• How to work with text files
• The Product Manager application
• How exceptions work
• More skills for working with exceptions

 

Section 2: Object-oriented programming

Chapter 10: How to work with inheritance
• An introduction to inheritance
• Basic skills for working with inheritance
• The Product application
• More skills for working with inheritance
• How to work with abstract, final, and sealed classes
• How to work with records
• Inheritance vs composition

Chapter 11: More skills for object-oriented programming
• An introduction to interfaces
• How to work with interfaces
• How to work with enumerations
• How to work with packages and libraries
• How to work with modules
• How to use javadoc to document a package

 

Section 3: GUI programming

Chapter 12: How to get started with JavaFX
• An introduction to GUI programming
• How to start a JavaFX project
• How to create a GUI that accepts user input
• How to create a GUI that handles events
• How to validate user input

Chapter 13: More skills for working with JavaFX
• Seven more JavaFX controls
• The Social Media Signup application

 

Section 4: More concepts and skills

Chapter 14: More skills for working with strings
• How to work with the String class
• The Create Account application
• More skills for working with strings
• The Hangman application
• How to work with the StringBuilder class

Chapter 15: More skills for working with collections
• An introduction to collections
• How to work with a linked list
• How to sort the items in a collection
• How to work with stacks and queues
• How to work with maps

Chapter 16: How to work with lambda expressions and streams
• How to work with lambda expressions
• How to use functional interfaces from the Java API
• How to work with streams

Chapter 17: How to work with recursion and algorithms
• An introduction to recursion
• Common recursive algorithms
• The Directory Search application

Chapter 18: How to work with dates and times
• An introduction to date/time APIs
• How to use the new date/time API

Chapter 19: How to work with a database
• How a relational database is organized
• How to use SQL to work with a database
• How to use DB Browser for SQLite
• An introduction to database drivers
• How to use JDBC to work with a database
• A class for working with a database

 

Appendices

Appendix A: How to set up Windows for this book
Appendix B: How to set up macOS for this book

 

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