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Core Java Training


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Core Java Training Details
Track Regular Track Weekend Track Fast Track
Course Duration 30 Hrs 8 Weekends 5 Days
Hours 1hr/day 2 Hours a day 6 Hours a day
Training Mode Online Classroom Online Classroom Online Classroom
Delivery Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live Instructor Led-Live


Course Curriculum

Module 1 : Introduction to Core Java

Topics : Overview of Java, Object oriented programming, Platform independent, Multithreaded, Secure, Robust, Dynamic linking, Built-in Networking, Compiled / Interpreted approach, Internet security, Automatic memory management, C, C++ VS Java

Module 2 : Java fundamentals

Topics : Operators, Variable arguments, Arrays, Data types, Enumerated types, Control Statements, Enhanced for-loop, C-style formatted I/O, Auto boxing, Static import

Module 3 :  oops concepts and their implementation in Java

Topics : Introduction to oops, its properties and uses, Inheritance and Polymorphism, Defining methods and variables in Java, Use of final keywords, Role of constructors, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Nested classes and its use, Abstract classes and its interface, Garbage Collection, Method Overloading, Static Members

Module 4 : Packages

Topics : Introduction to package, Programs interrelated to packages, Access modifiers and their scopes

Module 4 : Exception handling

Topics : Introduction and importance of exception handling in Java, Exception propagation, Types of exception, Throw and throws keywords, Catch, Try and finally blocks

Module 5 : I/O operations in Java

Topics : Introduction and implementation of buffered, data, object and character stream, File handling, Readers and writers

Module 5 : Multithreading

Topics : Multiprocessing, Introduction to programs, process and threads, Multithreading and Multitasking, Thread class & Runnable Interface, Synchronization of threads, Deadlock prevention, Inter thread communication, Priority of threads, Introduction of JDBC API., Use of sleep and suspend methods, Introduction of Callable statement, Sending batch updates, Driver types, Types of tire model, Connection and statement overview, Result sets overview, Concurrency types, Prepared statement overview

Module 6 : String Handling

Topics : String class,StringBuffer class, StringBuilder class, StringTokenizer class

Module 7 : Applets

Topics : Introduction of Applets, Development and implementation of applets, Life cycle applets, Deploying of applets, Execution environment of applets, Exploring the applets

Module 8 : Windows programming using AWT and SWING

Topics : Use of swing components, Concurrency in swings, Learning Swing with the NetBeans IDE, Writing event listener, Drag and drop and data transfer

Module9 :  Networking

Topics : Introduction to networking in Java, Introduction to TCP and UDDP, URL in terms of Java network programming, Datagram in network environment, Retrieve of IP address from host address or vice-versa

Module 10 : JAVA UTIL package/collection Framework

Topics : Hash Table, Properties, Set Interface & SortedSet, Vector, Comparator, Collection & Iterator Interface, Enumeration, List and ArrayList

Module 11 : Miscellaneous

Topics : Inner Classes, Generics, Swing programming, Abstract window toolkit.

Module 12 : Database Applications with JDBC

Topics : Layout of the JDBC API, JDBC divers, Queries and results, PreparedStatement and CallableStatement, Transactions, RowSet 1.1 RowSetProvider and RowSetFactory, The DAO Pattern and JDBC, Localization, Advantages of localization, Defining locale, Read and set locale using the Locale object, Resource bundles, Format messages, dates and numbers

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Course Curriculum

Module 1 : Introduction to Core Java

Topics : Overview of Java, Object oriented programming, Platform independent, Multithreaded, Secure, Robust, Dynamic linking, Built-in Networking, Compiled / Interpreted approach, Internet security, Automatic memory management, C, C++ VS Java

Module 2 : Java fundamentals

Topics : Operators, Variable arguments, Arrays, Data types, Enumerated types, Control Statements, Enhanced for-loop, C-style formatted I/O, Auto boxing, Static import

Module 3 :  oops concepts and their implementation in Java

Topics : Introduction to oops, its properties and uses, Inheritance and Polymorphism, Defining methods and variables in Java, Use of final keywords, Role of constructors, Inheritance, Polymorphism, Nested classes and its use, Abstract classes and its interface, Garbage Collection, Method Overloading, Static Members

Module 4 : Packages

Topics : Introduction to package, Programs interrelated to packages, Access modifiers and their scopes

Module 4 : Exception handling

Topics : Introduction and importance of exception handling in Java, Exception propagation, Types of exception, Throw and throws keywords, Catch, Try and finally blocks

Module 5 : I/O operations in Java

Topics : Introduction and implementation of buffered, data, object and character stream, File handling, Readers and writers

Module 5 : Multithreading

Topics : Multiprocessing, Introduction to programs, process and threads, Multithreading and Multitasking, Thread class & Runnable Interface, Synchronization of threads, Deadlock prevention, Inter thread communication, Priority of threads, Introduction of JDBC API., Use of sleep and suspend methods, Introduction of Callable statement, Sending batch updates, Driver types, Types of tire model, Connection and statement overview, Result sets overview, Concurrency types, Prepared statement overview

Module 6 : String Handling

Topics : String class,StringBuffer class, StringBuilder class, StringTokenizer class

Module 7 : Applets

Topics : Introduction of Applets, Development and implementation of applets, Life cycle applets, Deploying of applets, Execution environment of applets, Exploring the applets

Module 8 : Windows programming using AWT and SWING

Topics : Use of swing components, Concurrency in swings, Learning Swing with the NetBeans IDE, Writing event listener, Drag and drop and data transfer

Module9 :  Networking

Topics : Introduction to networking in Java, Introduction to TCP and UDDP, URL in terms of Java network programming, Datagram in network environment, Retrieve of IP address from host address or vice-versa

Module 10 : JAVA UTIL package/collection Framework

Topics : Hash Table, Properties, Set Interface & SortedSet, Vector, Comparator, Collection & Iterator Interface, Enumeration, List and ArrayList

Module 11 : Miscellaneous

Topics : Inner Classes, Generics, Swing programming, Abstract window toolkit.

Module 12 : Database Applications with JDBC

Topics : Layout of the JDBC API, JDBC divers, Queries and results, PreparedStatement and CallableStatement, Transactions, RowSet 1.1 RowSetProvider and RowSetFactory, The DAO Pattern and JDBC, Localization, Advantages of localization, Defining locale, Read and set locale using the Locale object, Resource bundles, Format messages, dates and numbers

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