Java SE 6 Programming Fundamentals (Self-paced)IBM
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Students should be familiar with:
- object-oriented (OO) programming, or successfully completed course , Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java Examples (WD150)/ Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java Examples (Remote Classroom) (VD150).
In this 5-day course, students learn how to develop applications using the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 6 programming language.
The course begins with an introduction to the Java programming language and a review of the principles of object-oriented (OO) development before focusing on how to create 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, this course covers various new features of Java SE 5 and Java SE 6, 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.
Hands-on lab exercises are provided throughout the course, allowing students to explore the Java language and reinforcing the concepts covered in the lectures. In the labs, students write and debug Java code and work with the Java APIs by using the Java development tools provided in Eclipse and IBM Rational Application Developer. These development tools include the tools used to write and execute Java code, the integrated debugger, the refactoring tools, and the/06/it unit testing tools.
Students have the choice of performing the lab exercises in either Eclipse V3.5 or IBM Rational Application Developer V7.5.
If you are enrolling in a Self Paced Virtual Classroom or Web Based Training course, before you enroll, please review the Self-Paced Virtual Classes and Web-Based Training Classes on our Terms and Conditions page, as well as the system requirements, to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course.
Training Paths that reference this course are:
- Application Developer Skills for Java
- Describe the fundamentals of object-oriented programming
- Use Java syntax to develop applications in Java
- Use inheritance and interfaces in Java applications
- Describe how design patterns are used in application design
- Refactor Java code
- Describe and use some of the important API classes and interfaces available in Java, including:
- Primitive wrapper classes
- Classes in the Collections Framework
- Utility classes
- I/O classes
- Create and use JavaBeans
- Use the Java development tools in Eclipse V3.5 and Rational Application Developer V7.5
- Debug Java programs
- Perform unit testing of Java applications using/06/it