Introduction to Java Part 2

Did you think you could learn all about the Java language in one week? It is much too full featured for that! If you already have the Java basics under your belt, this is the course that will take you deeper into the Java language. You will discover the additional capabilities provided by the Java programming language and its associated standard classes and packages. Learn to incorporate documentation with Javadoc; find out how JUnit supports effective and repeatable unit testing and how JavaBeans support comparing and sorting objects. Learn all about the Collections Framework, Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) and Java I/O. Learn about important features added to the language in Java 5 including enums, generics, and annotations. Learn about important features added to the language in Java 8 including functional interfaces, lambdas, and the new Stream API for processing collections. The course begins with an optional section that provides a review of Java basics to give you a Java refresher. This course is independent of the Java development environment that is being used. Typically, either Eclipse or RAD are used as the Integrated Development Environment (IDE).
Introduction to Java course or equivalent experience with basic Java programming.
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is for Technical Users, Applications Programmers, and Systems Programmers.
  • Basic Java Review
  • Javadoc Documentation
  • Unit Testing with Junit
  • JavaBeans and Comparing Objects
  • Type Safety
  • Collections Framework
  • Manipulating Databases Using Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • Java 8 New Features
  • Input/Output Streams
  • Reflection and Introspection (optional)

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