CS/IT TECHNOLOGIES:

The Java Training program

Java is one of the most popular one amongst the entire coding languages. It sources multiple services in a variety of fields. On the basis of Java, desktop applications for instance media player, antivirus are able to be created. Alongside with the aim we can as well create web applications via using technologies like Servlet, JSP, JSF et cetera. Java does not stop at this point. It in addition serves enterprise applications for the banking region. Automated Teller Machine (ATM) which is second-hand through all banks internally uses the features of Java.
Xtrude is one of the best Java training institutes. We comprise of a team of expert Java developers and trainers from multinational companies to instruct our students. We believe to learning technology makes you better, but implementing it makes you ideal. We provide computer labs to students in order that they can put into practice usually whatever they learn in the class.

FUTURE ASPECT OF JAVA:

At hand is zeroassumption for the job opportunities in Java and yet the remuneration package of Java developers is in a large amount higher in comparison to others. Java is one of the majorly domineering parts of IT industry. It is the mostlyused programming language. Java developers are making it well-matched in diverse fields for example Artificial intelligence, Data analysis, Business Intelligence etc.

Why Xtrude?

  • You get an opportunity to work on live projects.
  • More focus on practical labs instead of theoretical sessions.
  • Less number of students in a batch.
  • Flexible timing
  • Life time validity.
  • We provide job assistance.

Course Syllabus

    Core JAVA
    Introduction to Java Programming
  • What Is Java?
  • Java's Past, Present and Future
  • Why Learn Java?
  • Getting Started with Programming in Java
  • Java Basics
  • Statements and Expressions
  • Variables and Data Types
  • Comments
  • Literals
  • Expressions and Operators
  • String Arithmetic
  • Arrays, Conditionals, and Loops
  • Block Statements
  • if Conditionals
  • switch Conditionals
  • for Loops
  • while and do Loops
  • Breaking Out of Loops
  • Arrays
  • Object Oriented Programming and Java
  • Objects and Classes
  • Behavior and Attributes
  • Inheritance
  • Encapsulation
  • Abstraction
  • Polymorphism
  • Working with Objects and Classes in Java
  • Defining Classes
  • Creating New Objects
  • Creating Instance and Class Variables
  • Creating Methods
  • Creating Java Applications
  • Java Applications and Command-Line Arguments
  • More about Methods in Java
  • Method Overloading
  • Constructors
  • Overloading Constructors
  • Overriding Methods
  • Finalize Methods
  • Static and Final Keywords
  • Packages and Interfaces
  • Packages
  • The Java Class Library
  • User Define Packages
  • Interfaces
  • Defining an Interface
  • Implementing an Interface
  • Using an Interface as a Type
  • Abstract Class in java
  • Java Access Modifiers
  • Introduction to Java Access Modifiers
  • public access modifier
  • private access modifier
  • protected access modifier
  • default access modifier
    Exception Handling in Java
  • What is Exception?
  • Exception Classes
  • Exception Statement Syntax
  • Rules for try, catch and finally Blocks
  • Defining new Exceptions
  • throw, throws statement
  • Handling Multiple Exceptions
  • Multithreading in Java
  • Introduction to Threads
  • Thread Creation
  • Thread Synchronization
  • Thread States
  • Thread Priority
  • Thread Scheduler
  • Yielding, Sleeping and Waking Up
  • Waiting, Notifying and Joining
  • The Runnable Interface
  • Java Applet
  • How Applets and Applications Are Different
  • Creating Applets
  • Life Cycle of Applet
  • Including an Applet on a Web Page
  • Passing Parameters to Applets
  • Creating Animation in Java
  • Graphics, Fonts, and Color in Java
  • The Graphics Class
  • Drawing and Filling
  • Text and Fonts
  • Color
  • The Java Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT)
  • An AWT Overview
  • The Basic User Interface Components
  • Panels and Layout
  • Handling UI Actions and Events
  • More UI Components
  • Windows, Menus, and Dialog Boxes
  • Managing Simple Events and Interactivity
  • Mouse Clicks
  • Mouse Movements<
  • Keyboard Events
  • The AWT Event Handler
  • Java Collections Framework
  • Core Collection Interfaces
  • Standard utility methods
  • How is Collections Used?
  • Java ArrayList and Vector
  • Java LinkedList and TreeSet
  • Java HashMap, HashTable and HashSet
  • I/O Streams in Java
  • Class InputStream
  • ByteArrayInputStream
  • FileInputStream
  • FilterInputStream
  • PipedInputStream
  • SequenceInputStream
  • StringBufferInputStream
  • Class OutputStream
  • ByteArrayOutputStream
  • FileOutputStream
  • FilterOutputStream
  • PipedOutputStream
  • Related Classes
  • Java Swing and JFC
  • Introduction to Java Swing
  • JFrame and JWindow
  • JOptionPane
  • The Basic User Interface Components
  • JPanels and Layout
  • Java Look and Feel
  • Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  • JDBC Architecture
  • JDBC Basics
  • Processing SQL Statements with JDBC
  • Establishing a Connection
  • Connecting with DataSource Objects
  • Handling SQLExceptions
  • Retrieving and Modifying Values from Result Sets
  • Using Prepared Statements
  • Using JDBC with GUI

Course Information

  • Class Start: Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday
  • Course Duration: 60 hours(40 hours for Software Training & 20 hours for Project Handling)
  • Student Capacity: 8-12 students per batch
  • Certification: For Software Training(1) & For Project Handling(1)
  • Course Benefits Include:
    • Industrial Visit
    • Tool Kit
    • Lifelong Support
    • Placement Guaranteed
    • Project Handling
    • Resume Writing
    • Moneyback Guaranteed

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