Certificate in Java technology

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In Chandigarh

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Typology Certificate
Location Chandigarh
  • Certificate
  • Chandigarh


Where and when

Starts Location
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SCO 114-115, Level-2, Sector 34 A, CHANDIGARH, Punjab, India
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Starts On request
SCO 114-115, Level-2, Sector 34 A, CHANDIGARH, Punjab, India
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Course programme

Certificate in Java technology

Introduction to Java

* Cornerstones of the Java Platform
* Java Advantages
* The Java Programming Language
* The Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
* Core Java Libraries
* Extension Libraries

Developing Software Using Java

* Applications, Applets, Web Components
* Java SE, Java EE, Java ME
* Installing the JDK
* Compiling and Running Java from the Command Line
* The main() Method
* package and import Statements
* JAR Files
* Class Loading and CLASSPATH
* Online API Documentation
* JDK Tools
* Java Integrated Development Environments (IDEs)

Java Syntax Fundamentals

* Comments
* Identifiers
* Reserved Words
* Classes
* Statements and Blocks
* Variables, Constants, Literals
* Scope of Variables
* Methods
* Method Overloading
* static Members
* Static Import (Java SE 5+)
* Naming Conventions

Data Types and Operators

* Primitive Types
* Boolean, Integer, Floating-Point and Character Types
* Unicode Characters and Strings
* Type Conversion and Casting
* Expressions and Operators
* Arithmetic Operators
* Increment/Decrement Operators
* Division and Remainder Operators
* Assignment Operators
* Relational Comparison and Logical Operators
* Conditional Operator
* Bitwise Operators
* Order of Evaluation
* Operator Precedence and Associativity

Flow of Control

* if/else statement
* Combining ifs
* while and do/while Loops
* for Loop and Loop Counters
* break and continue
* Break to Labeled Loops
* switch Statement
* return Statement
* Exit Sstatus

Using Java Classes and Objects

* Classes as Data Types
* Objects and References
* Memory in the JVM
* Object Initialization
* Objects as Arguments to Methods
* Objects as Return Values
* Garbage Collection
* Primitive Wrapper Classes - Integer, Double, etc.
* Autoboxing and Unboxing (Java SE 5+)


* String Manipulation
* StringBuffer and StringBuilder
* Simple Number/String Conversion


* Declaring and Allocating Arrays
* Multi-Dimensional Array
* Array Literals
* The java.util.Arrays Class
* Command-Line Arguments
* Enhanced for Loop (Java SE 5+)
* Arrays as Method Arguments
* Variable-Length arglists (varargs) (Java SE 5+)
* Autoboxing and varargs

Developing Java Classes

* Object-Oriented (OO) Concepts
* Methods, member variables
* Accessing Members
* Tight Encapsulation
* Access Control Modifiers
* Constructors and Finalizer
* Using this
* Class Variables - Static Members and Static Blocks
* Instance Variables
* Local Variables
* Variables and Initialization
* Inner Classes
* Anonymous Classes
* JavaBeans
* Driver Classes


* Extending Java Classes
* Accessing Superclass Constructors and Members
* Overriding Methods
* Abstract CLasses and Methods
* Polymorphism
* Overriding Methods of java.lang.Object
* equals(), toString(), hashCode();
* Final Classes and Methods
* Multiple Inheritance
* Interfaces
* Casting Object References
* Documenting Classes with the javadoc Utility
* Unit Testing

Type Safety

* Annotations (Java SE 5+)
* Java SE Built-In Annotations
* Defining New Annotations
* Enumerated Types (Java SE 5+)
* Constants and Contrained Values
* Defining and Declaring enums
* enum Values
* enums and switch Statements
* values() and valueOf()
* Generic Classes (Java SE 5+)
* Generic Type Parameters
* Using Type Parameters inClass, Variable and Method Declarations
* Using a Generic Class
* Bounded Type Parameters

The Collections Framework

* The java.util Package
* Container Objects
* Arrays as Containers
* Legacy Container Classes - Vector, Hashtable, Enumeration
* Legacy Container Generic forms (Java SE 5+)
* Collections Interfaces - Collection<E>, List<E>, Set<E>, SortedSet<E>
* Map Interfaces - Map<K,V>
* Coding to the Interface
* List<E>, Set<E>, Queue<E> and Map<K,V> implementations
* Iterating Collections with the Iterator<E> Interface
* Collections and the Enhanced for Loop
* Choosing the Correct Implementation and Interface
* The java.util.Collections Utility Class
* Sorting Using the Comparable Interface

Exceptions and Exception Handling

* The Throwable Hierarchy: Error, RuntimeException and Checked Exception
* Methods that Throw Exceptions
* Handling Exceptions with try-catch-finally Blocks
* Application-Defined Exceptions
* Throwing an Exception
* Assertions (Java 1.4+)
* Enabling Assertions at Run-Time

Basic Input and Output (I/O)

* The java.io Package
* Using Stream Classes
* Combining Streams
* flush() and close()
* Console Input and Output
* Navigating the File System
* File Streams
* Character File Input and Output
* Reader and Writer Interfaces
* BufferedReader and BufferedWriter
* Binary File I/O - DataOutputStream and DataInputStream
* Object Streams - ObjectInputStream and ObjectOutputStream
* Serialization and Versioning
* Random Access Files
* Formatted Iinput and Output
* Formatter (Java SE 5+)
* Format specifiers, printf() and format()
* java.text Classes for Formatting Dates, Mumbers, Currencies
* Input with Scanner (Java SE 5+)

Network Programming

* The java.net Package
* IP Addresses and Port Numbers
* Client/Server Socket Programming
* URL and URLConnection classes
* Communicating with Web Servers
* HTTP GET and POST Operations
* Posting to a Server-Side Program


* Life and States of a Thread
* Creating and Starting a Thread
* java.lang.Runnable and java.lang.Thread
* Stopping a Thread
* Inter-Thread Communication
* Thread-Safe Access to Shared Objects and Variables
* Synchronized Code
* Sleeping
* Interrupting a Blocked Thread
* wait(), notify(), notifyAll() Example
* Thread Scheduling
* Thread Groups
* Writing a Multithreaded Server

Java Database Connectivity

* The java.sql Package
* JDBC Architecture and Drivers
* SQL Exceptions
* DriverManager, Connection, Statement and ResultSet interfaces
* Examining database MetaData
* Basic Query and Update
* Improving Performance with PreparedStatement and CallableStatement Interfaces
* JDBC Transaction Management

Java Web Applications

* Java Enterprise Edition
* Java EE Application Servers
* Web Application Directory and WAR files
* Deploying a Web Application - the web.xml file
* Servlet Architecture
* The javax.servlet Package
* Servlet Classes and Interfaces
* Writing a Servlet
* HttpServletRequest and HttpServletResponse
* Handling HTML Forms
* Retrieving Request Parameters

JavaServer Pages (JSPs)

* JSP Lifecycle
* Elements of a JSP
* Directives, Declarative, Scriptlets
* Writing a JSP
* Objects Available in a JSP
* Repeated content in JSPs
* Translation-Time and Request-Time Includes
* Using JavaBeans in a JSP
* Session Management
* Mixing JSPs and Servlets
* Installing and Using Tag Libraries
* The JSP taglib Directive
* The Tag Library Descriptor

Courses Can Be Applied To Industry-Recognized Credentials

Sun Certified Java Associate (SCJA) Certification Training (you must pass one exam)

Exam CX-310-019 - Sun Certified Associate for the Java Platform, Standard Edition

Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) Certification (you must pass one exam)

Exam CX-310-065 - Sun Certified Programmer for the Java Platform, Standard Edition 6 (A)

Sun Certified Java Developer (SCJD) Certification Training

(Before you can become a Sun Certified Java Developer (SCJD) you must pass the Sun Certified Java Programmer (SCJP) exam as well as the following two exams.)

Exam CX-310-252A - Sun Certified Developer for Java 2 Platform, Programming Assignment (A)

Exam CX-310-027 - Sun Certified Developer for Java 2 Platform, Essay Exam (A)

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