Application Development

Intro To Java Programming

Java is a popular programming language and one of the few that is platform independent. The instructor will teach students the fundamentals of programming all the way to advanced concepts using the Java language utilizing Eclipse and NetBeans IDEs for easier application development. Students will learn the anatomy of a Java program, designing, debugging, and packaging of their code.

Introduction to Java Programming Certification Boot Camp

Java is a popular programming language and one of the few that is platform independent. The instructor will teach students the fundamentals of programming all the way to advanced concepts using the Java language utilizing Eclipse and NetBeans IDEs for easier application development. Students will learn the anatomy of a Java program, designing, debugging, and packaging of their code.

The exam (1Z0-803) has been recently updated. Our instructors are committed to your success and will provide tips to help students pass the exam on the first try.

This course is open to the public and is offered via onsite training; various facility options are available.

The components of the training program include:

Course Code: NET210

Career Level: Intermediate

Course Duration: 5 days (40 hours)

Exam: 1Z0-803

Certification: Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 7 Programmer

Course Delivery: Instructor-led, classroom delivery



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This course targets beginning audiences new to Java and its concepts.

Java introduction

At the completion of course students will be able to:

• Understand what Java is

• Java basic

• Flow control

• Classes and objects

• Beyond the basics

• Arrays

• ArrayLists

• Sorting arrays

• Searching arrays

• Certification: 1Z0-803

• Number of questions: 70 maximum

• Length of test: 120 minutes

• Passing score: 630 (Scale 100-1000)

• Exam codes: 1Z0-803

What is Java:

• Downloading the Java SDK and installing

• Algorithms

• Exploring the Netbeans IDE

• Command-line programming with Java

Java Basics:

• Basic of a Java program

• Data types

• Strings

• Arrays

• Implicit and explicit conversion

• Debugging logic and syntax errors

Flow Control:

• Basic expressions

• Working with decisions

• Loops

• Predefined methods

• User defined methods

• Call by-value and call by-reference

• Overloading methods

Classes and Objects:

• Creating classes

• Instantiating classes

• Using encapsulation

• Inheritance

• Polymorphism

Beyond the Basics:

• Revisiting arrays

• Two-dimensional arrays

• Using ArrayLists

• Sorting arrays

• Searching arrays

File Manipulation

• File operations

• Handling errors

Graphical User Interface Basics

• Frames

• Events

• Event handling