Comprehensive Introduction to Java™

Java Training Philippines

Course: 321

Type: Hands-On Training

Duration: 5 days

Courses Benefits:

This course provides extensive experience with the Java language and its object-oriented features. In this course, you will use Java to create text-based and GUI applications. Updated to cover the Java 8 platform, this program will benefit professionals who wish to take the Oracle Certified Java Programmer certification.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Write, compile, and execute a Java program using the Eclipse IDE
  • Create programs that make use of Object- Oriented Programming concepts such as inheritance and polymorphism
  • Create simple GUI applications using Swing
  • Use Java's exception handling framework
  • Write parallel-processing applications through multi-threading
  • Read and write data using streams
  • Access databases using JDBC

Who Should Attend:

This Java Training course is for organizations and individuals who are looking for ways to create robust, object-oriented applications using Java technology. Prior structured programming experience is required.

Course Content:

The Java Platform

  • What is Java?
  • Java Virtual Machine
  • Java Development Process
  • Java SE, EE, and ME

Java Development Overview

  • Writing Your First Java Application
  • Compiling and Running Java Programs
  • The Eclipse IDE

Java Language Fundamentals

  • Elements of a Java Program
  • Identifiers
  • Literals and Data Types
  • Operators

Getting User Input

  • Using Scanner
  • Using JOptionPane

Control Flow Structures

  • Decision Control – if, if-else, switch
  • Repetition Control – for, while, do-while
  • Transfer of Control – continue, break

Java Arrays

  • Declaring Arrays
  • Creating Arrays
  • Accessing Array Elements
  • Determining the Number of Elements in an Array
  • Creating Multi-Dimensional Arrays
  • Command-line Arguments
  • Object Oriented Programming Concepts

    • Basic OOP Concepts
    • Understanding Classes
    • Declaring Object References
    • Creating Objects
    • Accessing Methods
    • Accessing Static Methods
    • Accessing Attributes
    • Passing by Value vs Reference
    • Comparing Objects

    Essential Java Classes

    • The Object Class
    • The Math Class
    • String and StringBuilder
    • Wrapper Classes
    • The System Class
    • Using ArrayList
    • Using HashMap
    • Generics
    • Generating Random Numbers
    • Formatting Numbers
    • Formatting Dates

    Creating Your Own Classes

    • Declaring Classes
    • Declaring Attributes
    • Declaring Methods
    • The this reference
    • Method overloading
    • Constructors
    • Finalizers
    • Creating enum Types
    • Importing and Creating Packages

    Inheritance, Interfaces, and Polymorphism

    • Reusing Code by Inheritance Creating Abstract classes
    • Creating Abstract Methods
    • Creating Final Classes
    • Creating Final Methods
    • Creating Final Attributes
    • Declaring and implementing Interfaces
    • Understanding Polymorphism
    • Member Visibility – private, protected, public

    Exception Handling

    • Defining Exceptions
    • Catching Exceptions using try-catch
    • Understanding the finally Block
    • Throwing Exceptions
    • Creating Your Own Exception Types


    • Creating Threads
    • Controlling Threads
    • Understanding Thread Priorities
    • Avoiding Race Conditions
    • Thread Synchronization

    Accessing Files and Streams

    • Reading and Writing Binary Data
    • Reading and Writing Character Data
    • Manipulating Files and Directories
    • Reading from The Keyboard
    • Random Access Files

    Accessing Databases Using JDBC

    • Components of a JDBC application
    • Connecting to a Database
    • Retrieving and Processing Data
    • Preventing SQL Injection Using PreparedStatement
    • Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data

    Creating Desktop Applications with Swing

    • Swing Containers
    • Visual Components
    • Laying Out using Layout Managers

    Event Handling

    • The Event Delegation Model
    • Handling Various Types of User Input
    • Event Adapters
    • Inner Classes and Anonymous Inner Classes
    • Lambda Functional Interfaces

    Upcoming Dates

    Dec 18 - 22, 2017 (8:30am - 5:30pm)

    Course Investment

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    "Based on the comments of other (BDO) participants who took Java courses from other institutions, this course really taught them to code and understand basics of Java. (The instructor) was able to relate software concepts with everyday living in order to understand them."
    - Gina Alcera, Senior Manager - Banco De Oro

    "I've attended several training companies and your Java course is one of the best I've attended in terms of both the instructor's knowledge and the course content. And its even better than the one I attended in Sun. The course was just perfect for our level of understanding."
    - Romy Ipapo, IT Head - Acerhomes Development Corp.

    "This course is highly recommended for those who want to learn Java."

    - Geoffrey Asesor, Service Management Head - Globe Telecom, Inc.

    "The approach to teaching is exemplary - discussion of underlying elements and theories."
    - Marvin Marquez, Asia United Bank

    "[The instructor] was approachable. He made sure that we understood the topics."
    - Rowena Valerio, Systems Analyst - Int'l Rice Research Institute

    "The best course to learn Java. [The course content was] updated and well taught."
    - Vincent Madamba, Philippine Heart Center

    "The instructor was very knowledgeable on the theoretical and application of Java."
    - Chester Jed Baccay, Bank of Commerce

    "The pace of the course suited me. He made the learning curve look so easy. His short-breaks in between breaks reduced the instances of dozing off, especially the unholy hour after lunch. We finished the course material without actually skipping anything."
    - Samuel Oberes, Programmer - China Banking Corporation

    "[The instructor is] attentive to the concerns of his students and gives experience based samples for some of the tackled topics."
    -Joseph Usona, Programmer - BDO Unibank

    "The instructor keeps himself updated to latest trends and technologies."
    - Mailyn Sajorda, Software Engineer - Novare Technologies

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    Enrolling entitles you to...
    • Class participation
    • Team workshops
    • Use of in-class and hands-on equipment
    • Course CD
    • Comprehensive course materials
    • Lunch and refreshments
    • Course Completion Certificate