Development with Javaź SE7. Part 1

40 hours
The Java language was first created in the mid-90's and the Java SE 7 version was released in 2011. During this course we will cover the basic knowledge and skills needed for development efforts on the Javaź SE 7 platform. 

Participants will create, compile and execute Java programs using both command-line facilities or an IDE (Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA).

The training covers all the specific topics related to Java development, from UML basics to OOP implementation in Java. A special emphasis is made on syntax basics and key practices of object-oriented programming.
Target Audience:
  • The course is designed for java junior developers working on the Javaź SE7 platform.
  • Developers working with other languages and platforms without Java experience are also eligible for this course.
Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Generate JavaDoc documentation;
  • Read basic types of UML diagrams;
  • Develop and initiate Java applications;
  • Use primitive and object types in applications;
  • Use key language statements in applications;
  • Use abstract classes and interfaces in applications;
  • Apply key design principles and design patterns in application design;
  • Use assertions in applications;
  • Use inner classes in applications;
  • Use exceptions mechanism in applications.
  • Introduction to Javaź Platform:
    • History;
    • Platform goals;
    • Platform concept;
    • Versioning;
    • Java specifications;
    • JDK overview;
    • Development and initiation;
    • Writing comments in JavDoc.
  • Basics of Object-Oriented Programming:
    • Programming paradigms;
    • Classes and objects;
    • Inheritance;
    • Polymorphism;
    • Visibility.
  • Introduction to UML:
    • UML tasks;
    • Types of diagrams;
    •  Class diagram;
    •  State diagram;        
    • Sequence diagram;
    • Other diagrams overview.
  • Java Application Structure:
    • Class description;
    • Java application concept;
    • Working with class instance;
    • Example;
    • The Classpath concept;
    • Practice;
    • Packages;
    • Java archives;
    • Practice;
    • Modification of Java application from two classes; 
    • Class division by packages;
    • Archiving a single package;
    • Initiation.
  • Primitive Types, Operators, and Flow Control:
    • Where basic types are used;
    • Variables declaration and their initialization;
    • Primitive types;
    • Basic types;
    • Java operators;
    • Branching;        
    • Loops;
    • Method parameters.
  • OOP implementation in Java:
    • Method overriding;
    • Inheritance;
    • Polymorphism;
    • The final modifier;
    • Constructors;
    • Enumerations;
    • Static context;
    • Abstractions;
    • Design principles;
    • Parameterized classes (generics).        
  • Advanced topics of Java syntax:
    • Assertions;
    • Inner classes;        
    • Compatibility with previous platform versions.        
  • Exceptions:
    • Exceptions handling;
    • The try-catch-finally block;
    • Types of exceptions;
    • Throwing exceptions from method;
    • The rethrow technique.
€ 600
Invoices for the course will be issued in local currency. All fees above can change according to training location and delivery mode and are subject to change while scheduling. For individual participants the price is as displayed. For legal entities VAT is added to the displayed price.

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