Learn Java from scratch and become Software Engineer.

What you will learn

β˜‘ You will Understand the BEST PRACTICES in Writing High Quality Java Code

β˜‘ You will Learn to Write AWESOME Object Oriented Programs with Java

β˜‘ You will learn ADVANCED Object Oriented Programming Concepts – Abstraction, Inheritance, Encapsulation and Polymorphism

β˜‘ You will learn the Basics of Programming – variables, choosing a data type, conditional execution, loops, writing great methods, breaking down problems into sub problems and implementing great Exception Handling

β˜‘ You will learn Basics of Functional Programming with Java

β˜‘ You will learn the Basics of Object Oriented Programming – Interfaces, Inheritance, Abstract Class and Constructors

β˜‘ You will Acquire ALL the SKILLS to demonstrate an EXPERTISE with Java Programming in Your Job Interviews

β˜‘ You will Solve a Wide Range of Hands-on Programming EXERCISES with Java

Description

Would you like to learn real world programming skills that will help you get your first java programming job?

Java is one of the most popular programming languages used to create Web applications and platforms. It was designed for flexibility, allowing developers to write code that would run on any machine.

So it’s your time now to take advantage of a loads of jobs and freelance opportunities that are available for java programmers out there.

This course is provided by Oracle Certified professionals with many years’ experience in java programming

The course is very comprehensive and will be constantly updated. Once you have gone through this course you will be able to understand Java 12 features very easily. So, this course covers each topic in details and is focused to break down topics with simplified examples. Thus, it is for anyone who wants to learn java programming and no previous programming experience is required.

The object-oriented programming language comes up with a much-celebrated principle of Write Once Run Anywhere that allows the Java code to be executed on other platforms, that supports JAVA, without doing recompilation. The language is widely used in Android development along with Web Applications, Desktop Applications, Scientific Applications, etc. Also, top-notch companies like Adobe, Amazon, Flipkart, and many others are using JAVA and offering ravishing career opportunities to Java developers. Its significant demand in the tech world, huge community support,  several enriching features like multithreading, automatic memory allocation & garbage collection, platform independency, etc. ensures that JAVA will provide you with a lot of worthwhile career opportunities in the upcoming years as well.

Enroll in this course now because its your time to get these highly paid and very on-demand skills.

English

Language

Content

Introduction

End-to-End execution flow of Web-Application

History of Java

Types of Applications

Introduction of Types of Applications

Brief explanation on Types of Applications

Introduction of MVC Architecture

Step-By-Step to create MVC Architecture based applications

Technologies combination used in project development

Layers in MVC Architecture

Technologies combination used in project development

RBS and Home page

Java concepts

Java Concepts

Terminologies and platform dependent and independent languages

Installation of java in Computer

Stepping into programming

Naming Conventions in java programs

Comments,Identifiers and Keywords in Java

Explanation of Comments in java

Explanation of Identifiers in Java

Explanation of keywords in java

Working with Editplus Software

Explanation and Advantages of Editplus software

Installation and Setup of Editplus

Java Basic Programming Elements

Explanation of Java Basic elements

Explanation of Java Basic elements part-2

Essential statements of java

Introduction to Essential statements in java

Class in Java

Main method in Java

System.out.println() in java

Datatypes in java

Need of Datatype in Java

Definition of Datatype in Java

Types of Datatypes in Java

Types of Datatypes part-2

Size of Datatypes in Java

Internal memory creation of Datatype in java

Limitations of Datatypes in Java

Arrays in Java

Arrays Limitations in Java

Class in Java

Example Class in Java

Referenced Datatype calculation in Java

Datatype Range calculation in Java

Primitive type conversion in java

Primitive type conversion part-1

Primitive type conversion part-2

Variables and Types of Variables

Introduction of Types of Variables

Execution flow of Variables

Modified Variables in Java

Limitations of Variables

Example class

Execution flow of All variables

Final variables in Java

Methods and types of methods

Introduction to Methods and Types of Methods

Methods and types of methods Execution flow

Methods and types of methods Execution flow part-2

Accessibility modifiers in Java

Accessibility modifiers

JVM Architecture

Introduction of JVM Architecture

Brief Explanation in Virtual Machine

Java program execution inside computer

Classloader working procedure

Explanation on Java Runtime areas

Example class Execution inside JVM

Java Stacks Area inside JVM

Execution engine in JVM Architecture

Static members and their Execution flow

Static Members with Examples

Non-static (or) Instance members and their Execution flow

Introduction of Non-static members Execution flow

Non-static members Execution flow part-2

Non-static members Execution flow part-3

Oops concepts in java

Oops Introduction

Oops concepts

Object,class and Instance

Steps to create Real-world object in programming world

Object Characteristics

Real-world object using Oops concepts

Different types of Oops models

Different types of Oops models part-2

IS-A ,HAS-A Relation in Java

USES-A Relation in Java

Encapsulation in Oops

Inheritance Relation in java

Static members Execution-flow with Inheritance

Non-static members Execution-flow with Inheritance

Polymorphism in Oops

Polymorphism in Oops part-2

Constructor Overloading in Oops

Final methods in Oops

Final classes in Oops

Abstraction in Oops

Abstraction in Oops part-2

Interface in Oops