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Java Certification Programming

Core Java Certification Course

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Learn Java Programming to begin your journey in the exciting field of development. Master the concepts of Java Programming which have made it one of the most used programming languages in the IT industry.

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Core Java Certification Course
200 Hrs quality online training
Core Java Certification Course
25 Hrs aptitude & logical reasoning
Core Java Certification Course
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Core Java Certification Course
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  • Hands-on experience at our state-of-the-art Lab
  • 100+ lab assignments & Quizzes
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  • 5 Capstone & 1 real-world project
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Course Curriculum for Java Developer Certification Programming

Core

  • Language Fundamentals
  • Object orientation
  • Main method
  • Data types
  • Object creation
  • Methods
  • Method overloading
  • Pattern programming
  • Arrays
  • Strings
  • Pillars of oops
  • Encapsulation
  • Static
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism
  • Association
  • Abstraction
  • Interfaces
  • Exception Handling
  • Multithreading
  • Garbage collection
  • Collection Framework
  • Maps
  • Input and output
  • Serialisation and De-serialization
  • JDBC
  • Servlets
  • JSP
  • JSTL
  • Expression Language
  • Maven
  • Hibernate
  • Spring
  • Know about computer
  • Different styles of programming
  • History of High level languages
  • Memory organisation
  • Object file vs Executable file
  • Compiler vs Interpreter
  • Architecture of java
  • Principles of oops
  • Classes and objects
  • Signature of main
  • Command line arguments
  • Primitive datatypes
  • Incrementation and decrementation
  • Wrapper classes
  • Boxing and unboxing
  • Type casting
  • Variables, idenitfiers, keywords
  • Different ways of creating objects
  • Value type assignment vs reference type assignment
  • Local variables vs instance variables
  • What is a method
  • Types of methods
  • Compile-time polymorphism
  • Method overloading with type promotion
  • Overloading main method
  • Loops in java(for ,while, do-while)
  • Star patterns
  • Number patterns
  • Variable approach vs array approach
  • Types of arrays
  • Jagged arrays
  • Array of objects
  • Enhanced for-loop
  • Arrays inbuilt class
  • Programs on arrays
  • Var args
  • C strings vs java strings
  • Types of strings
  • Different ways to create strings
  • Different ways to compare strings
  • Different ways to concatenate strings
  • Rules of strings
  • +” operator vs concat method
  • String interning
  • Inbuilt methods of string class
  • Programs on strings
  • Mutable strings
  • Inbuilt methods of stringbuffer and stringbuilder
  • Conversion between different types of strings
  • Advantages of programming using oops
  • Private modifier
  • Setters and getters
  • Shadowing problem
  • This keyword
  • Constructors
  • Constructor overloading
  • Constructor chaining
  • Methods vs constructor
  • Class loading
  • Components of a class
  • Static control flow
  • Instance control flow
  • Accessibilty rules
  • Application of static elements
  • Program to count the objects of the class
  • Static vs non-static
  • Singleton design pattern
  • Extends keyword
  • Rules of inheritance
  • Variable hiding and Super keyword
  • Constructor execution in inheritance
  • Types of methods in inheritance
  • Method overriding
  • Access modifiers
  • Packages and modules
  • Rules of method overriding
  • Sealed classes
  • Static with inheritance
  • Polymorphic version and non-polymorphic version
  • Tight coupling, loose coupling
  • Compile time polyorphism
  • Run-time polymorphism
  • Method hiding
  • Instanceof operator
  • Aggregation and composition
  • Programs on Aggregation and composition
  • Abstract classes
  • Abstract methods vs concrete methods
  • Final keyword
  • Pure abstraction
  • Impure abstraction
  • Introduction to interfaces
  • Rules of interfaces
  • Functional interface
  • Lambda expressions
  • Annotations
  • Method reference and constructor reference
  • Try-catch finally blocks
  • Different ways of handling an exceotion
  • Multiple catch blocks
  • Exception object propogation
  • Exception hierarchy
  • Checked and unchecked exceptions
  • Throw vs throws keyword
  • Error vs exception
  • Custom exceptions
  • Nested try catch
  • Try with resources
  • Final vs finally vs finalize
  • Exception handling with overridding
  • Thread class methods
  • Single-threaded approach vs multi-threaded approach
  • Different ways to achieve multithreading
  • Impact of invoking run() explicitly
  • Executing multiple tasks simultaneously using a single run() method
  • Exception handling in a multi-threaded environment
  • Time-trial: race condition
  • The not-so-evil thread: daemon threads
  • Benefits and limitations of multithreading
  • Join() and isalive()
  • thread safety: “synchronized” keyword- semaphore | monitor
  • Thread life cycle
  • Stand-off: dead locks
  • Cooperation: inter-thread communication
  • Thread vs process
  • Threadgroup
    Threadlocal variable
  • “Volatile” keyword
  • Different ways to run Garbage Collector
  • Arraylist class
  • Linkedlist class
  • Arraydeque class
  • Priorityqueue class
  • Treeset class
  • Hashset class
  • Linkedhashset class
  • Collections hierarchy
  • Accessing mechanisms
  • Legacy classes and interfaces
  • Fail fast vs fail safe
  • Sorting objects
  • Generics
  • Inbuilt methods of collections class
  • Map hierarchy
  • Hashmap class
  • Linkedhashmap class
  • Treemap class
  • Collection views
  • Files and I/O
  • BufferedWriter and BufferedReader
  • Inbuilt File class methods
  • Standard I/O Streams
  • PrintWriter
  • Serializable interface
  • Objectoutputstream and objectinputstream
  • Bufferedoutputstream and bufferedinputstream
  • Selective serialization
  • Serializable vs externalizable
  • Secure hash algorithm
  • Inception of jdbc:
  • Thin is the great middleman:
  • Employ java on data tanks:
  • Different ways of adding jars to eclipse
  • Generic programs on steps involved in jdbc
  • Crud operations in jdbc
  • Statement
  • Preparedstatement
  • Callablestatement
  • Resultset
  • Metadata
  • Connection pooling
  • Properties file in jdbc
  • Batch processing
  • Acid properties
  • Triggers
  • Resourcebundle
  • Transactions and savepoint
  • Stored procedures
  • Handling blob and clob

Advanced Java (JEE)

  • Introduction to servlets
  • Stand-alone applications vs enterprise applications
  • Web application architecture
  • Http protocol and http methods
  • Web server and web container
  • Design patterns for web application(mvc1 and mvc2)
  • static and dynamic response
  • Download and configure dynamic-web project
  • Servlet interface
  • Genericservlet & httpservlet
  • Servlet life cycle
  • Servletconfig and servletcontext
  • Servlet chaining
  • Session management
  • Httpsession
  • Cookies
  • Url-rewriting
  • Hidden-form fields
  • Filters
  • Listeners and wrappers
  • Web-security
  • Deploying web applications in application servers
  • Server-based connection pooling
  • File sharing: file uploading and file downloading
  • Working of jsp engine (jasper)
  • jsp lifecycle
  • Jsp directives
  • Jsp scripting elements
  • Jsp implicit objects
  • Jsp scopes
  • Jsp actions
  • Tags in jsp
  • Custom tags
  • Exception handling in jsp
  • introduction to JSTL
  • Different Tags in JSTL
  • Core Tags
  • Function Tags
  • XML Tags
  • SQL Tags
  • Formatted Tags
  • Introduction
  • EL Implicit Objects
  • EL Functions
  • Maven build cycle
  • Archetype of maven
  • Importance of project object model file (pom.Xml)
  • integration of maven with eclipse
  • Commands of maven to run
  • Ntegrating maven with embedded server (tomcat)

Frameworks

  • Benefits of hibernate
  • Explanation of hibernate.Cfg.Xml file
  • The relation between hibernate and jdbc
  • Program to update multiple lines (using hql)
  • crud operations
  • Writing sql queries in hibernate
  • Introduction to mapping
  • 1:1 mapping
  • Property tag in 1:1 mapping
  • Unidirectional and bidirectional in 1:1 mapping
  • Many-to-one mapping
  • 1:1
  • mapping and many-to-one
  • Many-to-one mapping (bi- direction)
  • many-to-many mapping
  • Programs using joinable
  • Lazy loading and eager loading
  • Lifecycle of hibernate
  • Difference between get and load
  • Feature of spring, spring architecture, inversion of control
  • Dependency injection (constructor injection, setter injection)
  • bean scope, bean lifecycle, ioc (annotation approach)
  • constructor injection, setter injection, field injection (annotation approach)
  • bean configuration using java code
  • Spring mvc architecture, first mvc code
  • Configuration of spring mvc
  • Control flow of spring mvc, handler mapping
  • Requestmapping
  • Data transfer between controller & view
  • Request param
  • Spring mvc form tag library
  • Spring validation

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