Java Course for Advanced Programmers


Though this course starts from scratch, it delves deeper into Java, i.e. the data structures, object oriented programming and its design and analysis. Like all our other training courses,it is enriched with numerous examples and exercises to deepen the acquired knowledge and skills. The participants will learn how to write, compile and execute Java complex programs. They will also learn to design and program complex object oriented classes.


Target Group:
This seminar is ideal for those, who have no are hardly any experience and skills in any programming language. The course is also targeting Web developers, technical manager, or system administrators.

Content:
TThe following topics are covered by this seminar:
  • Java compared to other programming languages
  • Executing and Writing Java Code
  • Variables, Statements and expressions
  • Data Types and variables
  • Conditional statements
  • Loops
  • Arrays and other data structures
  • Basic programming techniques
  • Concepts of Object-oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Using classes and methods
  • Fundamentals of Inheritance
  • Interfaces & Inner Classes
  • Exception Handling
  • Working with Files and the File Class
  • Advanced Java I/O
  • Multi-Threading
  • Java Networking
  • Overview of Sockets


Dates:
  • From Mon, 25th Jun, 2018 until Fri, 29th Jun, 2018 (5 days)
  • From Mon, 22nd Oct, 2018 until Fri, 26th Oct, 2018 (5 days)

Duration of the course:
5 days

The fees for this Java course per day:

Toronto, Canada:
$539 per day (exclusive of HST)
Lake Constance, Hemmenhofen, Germany:
€379 per day (exclusive of VAT)
plus € 90 for full board and lodging in 4 star hotel
Berlin, Germany:
€413 per day (exclusive of VAT)
London, England:
£413 per day (exclusive of VAT)


Attention:
The price of this course includes participation in the seminar and board and lodging in a 4-star hotel located at Lake Constance.
The price comprises:
Comprehensive course material

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