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Object-Oriented Programming with Java

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2,925 USD
5 Days
EJCJ-360
Classroom Training, Online Training
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  • Date: 14-Feb-2022 to 18-Feb-2022
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Course Description

Overview

This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills to become productive using object-oriented programming techniques in Java. Students are introduced to the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming and how they are successfully applied in Java through classroom-based instruction and practical exercises.

A student will quickly master the Java programming language and the packages that constitute its rich set of core libraries such as the Collections Framework.

This course can be hosted on a variety of IDEs such as RAD, Eclipse, MyEclipse Blue, Mars and SpringSource Tool Suite (STS). Please let your sales representative know the IDE you are currently using.

 

This course is one step in the following Learning Journeys:

  1. Java - Core
  2. Java - Web Development

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
  • Explain the fundamental principles of object-orientation
  • Productively apply the language fundamentals of Java
  • Design and develop “well engineered” Java classes
  • Understand the use and implications of class inheritance and composition
  • Successfully apply the principles of polymorphism
  • Describe the core Java API including I/O and Collections in depth

Audience

  • Anyone interested in learning Java
  • Programmers
  • Technical Managers
  • Application Developers

Prerequisites

    • Understand the fundamentals of software development in either a procedural or object-oriented language

Topics

  • An Introduction to Java
    • Key Java benefits
    • Write-Once Run Anywhere (WORA)
    • Compilation to execution
    • Portability implications
    • Java packages
    • Familiar C/C++ syntax
    • Rich library support
    • Library standards
    • Extensive documentation
    • JDBC: Java Database Connectivity
    • Security
    • Internationalization
    • Performance
    • Java product suite
    • Java JDK vs JRE installation
    • The installed JDK
    • The bin directory
    • Running Java
  • Java Language Fundamentals - Types
    • Creating Java statements
    • Structure of Java files
    • Simple program with main()
    • Java naming conventions
    • Java reserved words
    • Comments
    • Primitive data types
    • Integer number types
    • Real number types
    • Binary Literals
    • Char type
    • Boolean type
    • Creating primitives
    • Naming conventions for primitives
    • Initializing primitives
    • Range of primitive types
    • Wrapper classes
    • Boxing and unboxing
    • Java arrays
    • Initializing Arrays
    • Arrays and Objects
  • Java Language Fundamentals – Flow of Control
    • Java operators
    • Operator precedence
    • Branching and looping
    • Code blocks
    • if else statement
    • switch statement
    • switch string statement
    • while statement
    • do-while statement
    • for statement
    • Enhanced for statement
    • break statement
    • continue statement
  • An Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming – Classes and Objects
    • Use of Object-Oriented programming
    • Object-Oriented definitions
    • Class definition
    • Attributes
    • Methods
    • An example Class
    • Method signatures
    • Objects
  • Creating Classes
    • Java directory system – packages
    • Packages and CLASSPATH
    • Classes and files
    • Declaring a class
    • Classes and packages
    • Anatomy of a class
    • Adding attributes to a class
    • Adding methods to a class
    • Method signatures
    • Variable argument methods
    • Method variables
    • Static attributes
    • More on visibility
    • Declaring constants
    • Constructors
    • Multiple constructors
    • Static methods
  • Using Java Objects
    • Creating an object
    • The process of object construction
    • The reference table
    • Working with objects
  • Namespaces and Java Libraries
    • JAR files
    • Packages and JARs
    • JARs and namespaces
    • Java packages
    • Mapping packages to the file system
    • The import statement
    • Using imported classes
    • Namespace clashes
    • Implicit imports
    • The String class
    • Dynamic strings with StringBuffer
    • The Math class
  • OO Programming Relationships
    • Inheritance
    • Inheritance limitations
    • Interfaces
    • Interface example
    • Polymorphism
    • Association
    • OO Design
    • Abstraction
    • Generalization and specialization
    • Finding classes
    • Noun-verb filtering
  • Inheritance
    • Inheritance in Java
    • java.lang.Object
    • Superclass
    • Subclass
    • Implications of extends
    • Overloading existing methods
    • Overriding existing methods
    • The super keyword
    • Constructors and inheritance
    • The protected modifier
    • The “is a” relationship
    • Abstracted classes
  • Abstract Classes
    • Abstract classes
    • Concrete classes
    • Using abstract references
    • Building a concrete class
    • Casting
    • Upcasting
    • Downcasting
  • Interfaces
    • Interfaces and abstract classes
    • Defining an interface
    • Implementing an interface
    • Using an interface
    • Design implications
    • Extending interfaces
    • Implementing an interface
    • Design issues with interfaces
    • Design practices
    • Function Interfaces
    • Lambda Expressions
  • Polymorphism
    • Polymorphism mechanics
    • Object creation diagram
    • Reference table and polymorphism
    • Creating object references
    • Upcasting and polymorphism
  • Generics
    • What is a Generic?
    • Defining Generics
    • Generic formal type parameters
    • Declaration of Generics
    • Generics and sub-typing
    • Wildcards
    • null as a type
    • Bounded wildcards
    • Generic methods
    • Generics methods vs. sub-typing
    • Using Generics with legacy code
    • Erase and Transition
    • Generic class sharing
    • Casting and instanceof with Generics
    • Generics as array types
    • Class literals as run-time type tokens
    • Wildcard capture
    • Generic Instance Creation
  • Collections
    • Collections
    • The Collections framework
    • The Collection interface
    • The Set collections
    • Using a Set
    • Important methods of the Set interface
    • The Hashset
    • The Iterator interface
    • Sorted sets
    • The List collections
    • The Map collections
    • Linked collections
  • Input and Output
    • Input and output in Java
    • Java.io.*
    • Reading lines of text
    • Properties file
    • Stream hierarchy
    • InputStream class
    • OutputStream class
    • Buffered vs. unbuffered
    • File class
    • Text files
    • Writing to a text file
    • java.nio.file package
  • Exceptions
    • Handling exceptions
    • Built in exceptions
    • Throwing exceptions from main()
    • The stack trace
    • Working with try / catch
    • Multiple catch blocks
    • Try-with-resources statement
    • Catching Multiple Exception Types and re-throwing Exceptions with Improved Type Checking
    • Different types of exceptions
    • Runtime problems
    • Throwable hierarchy
    • Checked and unchecked exceptions
    • The finally block
    • Throwing multiple exceptions
    • Writing custom exceptions
    • Dealing with error objects
    • Dealing with exceptions locally
    • Designing with exceptions
  • Annotations
    • What is an Annotation
    • The reason for Annotations
    • Annotations vs Javadoc
    • Annotation syntax
    • Types of Annotations
    • Annotation declarations
    • Simple Annotations
    • Override Annotation
    • Deprecated Annotation
    • Suppress Warnings Annotation
    • Meta-annotations
    • Target meta-annotation
    • Retention meta-annotation
    • Documented meta-annotation
    • Inherited meta-annotation
    • Examples of Annotation use
  • Enums
    • What is an Enum?
    • Enum types
    • Extending an Enum
    • Enum constructors
    • Built-in Enum methods
    • Adding fields and methods to Enums
    • Enums and Generics
    • Enums in switch/case
    • When to use Enums
  • Appendix I: Optional Topics—An Introduction to Enterprise Java
    • Goals of JEE systems
    • Container-managed systems
    • WebSphere JEE containers
    • N-tier JEE applications
    • Presentation tier
    • The WebSphere web container
    • HTML
    • Serving HTML in WebSphere
    • Java Server Pages (JSPs)
    • Serving JSP in WebSphere
    • Key JSP issues
    • Controller/mediator tier
    • Servlets
    • The role of a Servlet
    • Key Servlet issues
    • Domain tier
    • The EJB container
    • The EJB specification
    • What is EJB?
    • EJB fundamentals
    • Overview of EJB container responsibilities
    • Entity bean overview
    • Session bean overview
    • Message bean overview
    • EJB deployment description
    • EJB summary
    • Java Messaging Service (JMS)
    • Point to point communication
    • Publish-subscribe communications
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