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Java 8 Job Roles and Opportunities

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Why Enroll for Java 8 at IIHT?

IIHT offers you Java 8 for the first time in India! JAVA 8 is the latest and the most powerful version of Java. IIHT’s  Programme in Java 8 is not just limited to core Java,  but it also provides detailed knowledge in terms of Advanced Java and Web Java.

Learn high-end concepts like Java Object Orientation features, Developing Networking Applications, Threads and Multi-threading, Generics, Lambda expressions, JavaServer Pages (JSP), JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and other related technologies.

If you are looking for an extensive Java 8 course that will kick-start your career, IIHT’s  Programme in Java 8 is the way to go!

Core Java

Overview

  • What is Java?
  • Why Java?
  • How Java Works?
  • Importance of Java
  • References

 

History and Evolution of Java Platform

  • Pre-history
  • Evolution and Growth of Java
  • Java 1.0 – Java SE 8
  • Future Releases of Java

 

Hello, World!

  • System Requirements
  • Setting up the System

Java Programming Fundamentals

  • The Java Programming Paradigm
  • Language Basics
  • Primitive Data Types
  • Reference Data Types
  • Java Coding Conventions
  • Java Documentation

Expressions and Control Flow

  • Operators
  • Control Flow

 

Arrays

  • What are arrays in Java?
  • How to declare and create arrays
  • Array element initialization
  • Multi-dimensional Arrays
  • Copying Arrays

Object Orientation in Java

  • What are Objects?
  • What is Object Orientation?
  • What are Classes?
  • Structure of Classes in Java Application
  • Java Documentation

Java Classes and Objects

  • Access Modifiers
  • Inheritance in Java
  • Polymorphism in Java
  • The Object Class and its Methods
  • The Wrapper Classes

 

Errors, Exceptions and Assertions

  • Throwable
  • Error
  • Exceptions
  • Checked Exceptions
  • Unchecked Exceptions
  • Common Exceptions
  • Declare or Handle Rule
  • User Defined Exceptions
  • Assertions

Java Input / Output

  • Accessing Command Line Arguments
  • System Properties
  • Input / Output Stream Fundamentals
  • Readers / Writers
  • Node Streams
  • Hierarchy of InputStream / OutputStream Classes
  • Hierarchy of Reader / Writer Classes
  • Buffered Streams
  • Chaining of Streams
  • Serialization
  • Console I/O
  • File I/O

Enumerations and Annotations

  • Enumerations
  • Annotations

 

Core Java APIs

  • Core Java
  • The java.lang Package
  • The java.util Package
  • The java.sql Package
  • The java.time Package
  • The java.rmi Package

Networking using Java

  • Socket Networking
  • URL Networking

 

Swing Application Development

  • Abstract Window Toolkit (AWT)
  • Swing Application Development
  • Handling GUI Events
  • Introduction to JavaFX
  • Say Hello using JavaFX

Advanced Java

Introduction     

  • Growth and Proliferation of Java Platform
  • Categorization of the Platform
  • Concepts, Utilities and frameworks for advanced application devleopment

Advanced Class Concepts                           

  • Overloading
  • Overriding
  • Inner Classes
  • Anonymous Classes

Multi Threaded Java Applications           

  • Java Thread Model
  • Creating Threads and the Main Thread
  • Creating Multiple Threads and running them
  • Synchronization
  • Communication among threads
  • Playing with threads – Suspending, Resuming and Stopping

Generics

  • What are Generics
  • Why Generics
  • Generic Classes and Methods
  • Generic Interfaces
  • Generic Class Hierarchies
  • Restrictions in Generics

Lambda Expressions

  • Introduction to Lambda Expressions
  • Block Lambda Expressions
  • Method and Constructor References

The Collections Framework

  • Overview of Collections in Java
  • Collection Interfaces
  • Collection Classes
  • Maps
  • Comparators

Utilities in Java

  • Scanner
  • Formatter
  • StringTokenizer
  • Calendar, date and time
  • Regular Expressions
  • Timer
  • Sub-packages in the Utilities

 

JavaBeans          

  • What are beans?
  • Properties of JavaBeans
  • JavaBeans and Patterns
  • The JavaBean API

Connecting to the Databases – JDBC

  • Databases and their importance
  • Types of Databases
  • Creating Applications for creating, updating and modifying data in the Databases
  • Types of JDBC Drivers

Web Java

Introduction

  • Internet and World Wide Web
  • Web Applications
  • Web Modules

Servlets

  • What are Servlets?
  • Hello, World! Using Servlets
  • Servlet Lifecycle
  • Creating and Configuring Servlets
  • Servlet Methods and Designing them
  • Servlet Filters
  • Session Management
  • Web Context

JavaServer Pages

  • What are JSP Pages
  • JSP and Servlets
  • Hello, World using JSP
  • How JSP works?
  • JSP and Dynamic Content
  • Unified Expression Language
  • JavaBean Components in JSP
  • JSP Documents

JSP Standard Tag Libraries

  • What is JSTL
  • Hello, World! Using JSTL
  • Core Tag Libraries
  • XML Tags
  • Tag Libraries for L10N and I118N
  • SQL Tag Libraries
  • JSTL Functions

Custom Tags

  • What are Custom Tags?
  • Hello, World! Using Custom Tags
  • Types of Tags
  • Tags with Attributes
  • Tags with Bodies
  • Simple Tag Handlers

Introduction to JavaServer Faces Technology

  • User Interface and JavaServer Faces Technology
  • Hello, World! Using JSF

Web Services

  • What are Web Services?
  • Classification of Web Services
  • RESTful Services and its importance in the web context
  • JAX-RS API for RESTful Web Services
  • Creating RESTFul Applications using JAX-RS

Securing Web Java Applications

  • Importance of Security
  • Characteristics of Application Security
  • Declarative and Programmatic Security in Web Java

Java 8 Job Opportunities

Each module in Java is well-designed that make you eligible for certain job roles as mentioned below:

  • Java Programmer
  • Java Developer
  • Core Java developer
  • Advanced Java Developer
  • Web Developer
  • J2EE / Java EE developer
  • Enterprise Application Developer and Architect
  • Data Architect
  • Solution Architect
  • Enterprise Architect
  • Mobile Application Developer and Architect and more.

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