Our course covers 23 basic patterns that are generally considered to be the foundation for all other patterns. During the course participants will have the opportunity to practice these patterns with the help of case studies and exercises.
The course deals with the concept of refactoring as a way of preventing software rot. The course describes various smells indicating that a code needs refactoring, explains which refactoring types best suit specific situations, and describes the work of refactoring in detail through analyzing concrete real-life cases.
RDD-based framework for automated distributed code execution, and companion projects in different paradigms: Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, MLLib, Spark ML, GraphX.
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.
This training focuses on advanced techniques for developing programs on the Java® SE7 platform and represents a continuation of the Java® SE7 part 1course.
This course will give participants information related to how Spring Framework works. They will learn about the basic modules of the framework and options for their use as well as how to use the Spring framework in conjunction with other technologies
This training is designed as an introduction for the JUnit 4 and 5 testing frameworks. We cover all major aspects of both and explain the differences between frameworks and how to migrate from one version to another.
During this training we will talk about Java Persistence API, and how to use it for persisting Java objects into relational databases based on Hibernate EntityManager.
The training explores new design patterns and language idioms, showing how to make the most of features ranging from generics to enums, annotations to autoboxing.
The course introduces the basic technology of Web application development with the Java EE platform.
This training is designed to help participants understand these new features of Java 8. The course covers lambda expressions, data streams, stream data processing with map-filter-reduce approach, asynchronous programming and DateTime API.
The course covers all the content that is necessary to effectively use Scala: operators and data types, using basic data structures such as arrays, map, tuples, the use of object-oriented and functional approach.
It covers the major aspects of the Spring Core framework used for the inversion of control (IoC), Spring Expression Language (SpEL) and aspect oriented programming (AoP) applications constructing.
This course is dedicated to RESTful web services development on the Java platform using JAX-RS and Spring MVC.
The seminar teaches the SOLID design principles with practical examples and builds together with an exercise that is continued throughout the training: writing an application in 5 sprints. The exercise shows how good design keeps the complexity down while adding business features and technical tasks. In the process, design patterns will be deployed and refactoring will be performed to achieve elegant solutions.
Camel is an integration framework that aims to make your integration projects productive and easy to develop. Its main focus is on simplifying the integration of different systems which normally do not communicate very easy with each other.
This training is an introduction to the Spring Databases, covering all the major aspects of the Spring Databases framework: Spring JDBC, Spring ORM, transactions. During the course participants will also get learn how to write their own applications using the Spring Databases framework.
This training introduces participants to Google Guava, an open source Java-based library, developed by Google.
The purpose of this training is to teach participants how to work with the Java IO package. They will be able to understand how Java handles the files, streams and standard IO operations and also write programs that execute IO operations and use custom formatters.
This training focuses on multithreading, concurrency and parallel programming in Java from low level aspects to high level API elements in order to create asynchronous code.
This practical straining requires involves participants in implementing an application based on a potential real world task they might receive in their day to day work – which requires following specifications and understanding some business logic.
Our training is an introduction into CDI covering all the major aspects of this area: dependency injection, producers, disposers, interceptors, decorators, events.
The purpose of this training is to introduce participants to ActiveMQ, the most popular and powerful open source messaging server.
We’ll start from crash course in JMS, then we’ll discuss AMQP and the message flow model in RabbitMQ - broker configuration options.
This training covers all the major aspects of JMS, with information, comparison and examples both on JMS 1.1 and JMS 2.0.
This course covers everything you need to know about JUnit5 (architecture and features), with examples and exercises to help participants practice everything they learned.