Course Java for Managers

In the course Java for Managers the basic principles of object oriented programming in the Java language and the operation and capabilities of Java technology are discussed. Attention is paid to both client and server technology.

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  • Course Java for Managers : Content

    Java Fundamentals

    The course is always aimed at making clear the principles without going into details. Both the syntax and control flow constructs of Java are discussed as well as object oriented things such as classes, inheritance, interfaces and exceptions. In this respect also UML as modeling language for software systems is on the course schedule.

    Java GUI Clients

    Regarding client technology both Rich Client Applications with GUIs as well as applets and Java Web Start applications are discussed.

    Java Enterprise Edition

    Regarding server technology the focus is on Java Enterprise applications running on application servers and Java EE technologies like Servlets, JSPs and EJBs are addressed.

    Java Data Access

    Furthermore, the different ways in which Java applications can store data is on the course schedule. Attention is paid to direct file I/O, serialization, JDBC, Hibernate and the Persistence API.

    Messaging and Web Services

    Finally, various Java integration technologies like RMI, JMS and Web Services are discussed. The course contents covers the requirements of the Java Associate exam 1Z0-850.

  • Course Java for Managers : Training

    Audience Course Java for Managers

    Managers of Java software teams, project leaders of Java software projects, junior Java Developers and other interested persons who want to gain insight in Java software.

    Prerequisites Course Java for Managers

    General basic knowledge of computer systems and software development is required. Programming experience is an advantage in following this course.

    Realization Training Java for Managers

    The theory is treated by means of presentation slides and is interspersed with exercises. Demos are used to clarify the theory. The course has a hands-on nature. The course material is in English. The course times are from 9.30 up and to 16.30.

    Certification Java for Managers

    Participants receive an official certificate Java for Managers after successful completion of the course.

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  • Course Java for Managers : Modules

    Module 1 : Java Platform

    Module 2 : Java Language

    Module 3 : Object Orientation and UML

    History of Java
    Java Overview
    Java Editions
    Java Platform
    Java Community Process
    Java Libraries
    Java Language
    Compiling Java Programs
    Running Java Programs
    Compiler and Interpreter
    Application structure
    Garbage Collection
    Import statement
    Types of Variables
    Primitive Data Types
    Block Statements
    Operator Precedence
    if else Statements
    switch Statement
    for and while Loop
    do while Loop
    break and continue
    Enhanced For Loop
    Formatted Output
    Programming Paradigms
    Procedural Programming
    Object Oriented Programming
    Classes and Objects
    Abstraction and Modularity
    Encapsulation and Data Hiding
    Inheritance and Polymorphism
    UML Diagrams
    Use Cases
    Sequence Diagrams
    Class Relationships
    Associations and Aggregations
    Class Diagrams

    Module 4 : Classes and Interfaces

    Module 5 : Rich Clients

    Module 6 : Java EE Applications

    Java Class Definition
    Access Modifiers
    Creating Objects
    Fields and Methods
    Overloading and Overriding
    this keyword
    extends keyword
    Abstract Classes
    Packaging in JAR
    Java Beans
    Java GUI's
    Abstract Window Toolkit
    GUI Design with AWT
    AWT Containers
    Window Containers
    AWT Controls
    AWT versus Swing
    Swing Component Hierarchy
    Layout Managers
    Event Delegation Model
    Java Applets
    Java Plug-In
    Java Web Start
    Java EE
    Enterprise Challenges
    Java EE Standard
    Java EE Servers
    Web Components
    EJB Components
    Persistent Entities
    Java EE and Web Services
    Container Services
    Java EE Deployment
    Packaging in EAR Files
    Development Roles
    Java EE API's

    Module 7 : Servlets and JSP’s

    Module 8 : Java Persistence

    Module 9 : Integration Technologies

    What is a Servlet?
    Possible Servlet Tasks
    HTTP Protocol
    Form Submissions
    Concurrent Access
    What is a JSP?
    JSP Translation Time
    JSP Request Time
    Scopes in Web Applications
    ServletContext Scope
    Session Scope
    Classic MVC Pattern
    Model 2 Architecture
    Web Application Structure
    Java Persistence
    Traditional Persistence
    Transparent Persistence
    Direct File I/O
    Java Database Connectivity
    JDBC Architecture
    Problems with JDBC
    Persistent Classes
    Mapping Files
    Persistence API
    Entity Lifecycle
    Remote Method Invocation
    RMI Architecture
    Remote Interface and Object
    Stubs and Skeletons
    Remote Object Use
    Java Message Service
    Messaging Models
    Point to Point
    Publish and Subscribe
    JMS Programming Model
    Web Services
    SOAP and WSDL
    WSDL and Code Generation
    JAX-WS and SAAJ
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