Java-Bootcamp-from Zero to Java-HeroEsciris GmbH
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Before taking this course, students should be familiar with object-oriented (OO) programming, or complete Introduction to Object-Oriented Technology with Java Examples (WD150) or (VD150).
In this 5-day instructor-led course, students learn how to develop applications using the Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) V5.0 programming language.The course begins by reviewing the principles of object-oriented (OO) development before focusing on creating object-oriented applications in Java. The course provides students with an overview of the Java language syntax, including packages, classes, methods, variables, conditional statements, and control flow. Students then learn about the role of inheritance and interfaces in Java, how to apply design patterns in their application design, how to create and handle exceptions, and how to refactor code. In addition, the course covers the new features of J2SE 5.0, such as generics, autoboxing, and annotations.Students also learn about the different Java Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), focusing on the APIs most commonly used in real-world Java applications such as Collections, Input/Output (I/O), Threads, and other utility classes.Lab exercises are provided throughout the course, allowing students to explore the Java language and reinforcing the concepts covered in the lectures, including writing and debugging Java code and working with the Java APIs. In the hands-on labs, students use the Java development tools provided in Eclipse and Rational Application Developer V7, including the tools to write and execute Java code, the integrated debugger, the refactoring tools, and the JUnit unit testing tools.Students have the choice of performing the lab exercises in either Eclipse or IBM Rational Application Developer V7.