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Java is a very popular language for developing variety of applications. Java is platform independent and operation system independent. It runs on browsers, desktops, servers and even on mobile devices. Students opting to study Java have very good career prospects in application programming and web developed. They don’t have to have prior programming knowledge to learn JAVA J2EE at HeadStar Technologies JAVA J2EE course at HeadStar Technologies starts from the very basic and covers the advanced concepts as well. The students would learn to create desktop applications, use various technologies in J2EE, and use Struts and Servlets to make complicated networks simple and manageable. JAVA J2EE @ HeadStar Technologies makes the students job ready, conceptually and fundamentally strong in the language through hands on approach. Students get plenty of exercises and projects to test and try all the concepts taught to them. This training creates a strong foundation for those wanting to take up Sun Java Certified Web Component Developer examination (SJCWCD). All courses at HeadStar Technologies including JAVA are designed by subject experts and rendered by professionals who have worked in the technology. Also, HeadStar Technologies as organisation has carried out various projects on JAVA technology and thus has an edge over others offering the same course. HeadStar Technologies knows what the industry expects from JAVA professionals and has structured the JAVA J2EE course with real time application requirements in mind. Thus our students are equipped to be productive from the day 1 on the job.

 SESSION 1 : REVIEW OF JAVA FUNDAMENTALS

  • a.The Java Environment
  • b.Data Types, The String Class
  • c.The StringBuffer Class, Arrays
  • d.OOPs Feature and implementation in java
  • e.Passing Data Types to a Method
  • f.Constructors and Initialization
  • g.Inheritance, Abstract Classes, Interfaces
  • h.Static Data, Methods, and Blocks

  SESSION 2 : PACKAGING AND DISTRIBUTING A JAVA APPLICATION

  • a. Packages
  • b. Managing Source and Class Files
  • c. The javadoc Utility
  • d. Documenting Classes, Interfaces, Fields
  • e. Documenting Constructors and Methods
  • f. Running the javadoc Utility, jar Files

  SESSION 3 : MISCELLANEOUS ENHANCEMENTS

  • a. Enhanced for Loop
  • b. Autoboxing and Auto-Unboxing
  • c. Static Imports, varArgs, Typesafe Enums
  • d Formatted Strings
  • e. Format Specifier Syntax & Flags
  • f. Formatted Integers Example
  • g. Formatted Floating Points Example
  • h. Formatted Strings Example
  • i. Formatted Dates Example

  SESSION 4 : THE JAVA COLLECTION CLASSES

  • a. The Arrays Class
  • b. Searching and Sorting Arrays of Primitives
  • c. Sorting Arrays of Objects
  • d. The Comparable and Comparator Interfaces
  • e. Sorting – Using Comparable & Comparator
  • f. Collections, Lists and Sets, Iterators
  • g. Lists and Iterators Example
  • h. Maps, Maps and Iterators Example

  SESSION 5 : GENERICS IN JAVA

  • a. Introduction
  • b. Defining Simple Generics
  • c. Generics & Subtyping, Wildcards
  • d. Bounded Wildcards, Generic Methods

  SESSION 6 : ADVANCED I/O

  • a. Basic File I/O Example
  • b. Buffered I/O, The Console Class
  • c. Object Serialization, Serialization Issues
  • d. Compressed Files, Zip File Example
  • e. Writing Your Own I/O Classes
  • f. Property Files, The Preferences Class

  SESSION 7 : NETWORKING

  • a. Networking Fundamentals, The Client/Server Model
  • b. InetAddress, URLs, Sockets
  • c. A Time-of-Day Client, Writing Servers
  • d. Client/Server Example

 

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