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Core Java Training Course - SourceKode Institute
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Core Java Training & Core Java Course at SourceKode

Java commonly referred to as the father of all programming languages is a very important and highly trending course at SourceKode Institute. It involves object oriented programming and is used to master additional softwares in web, desktop serverside as well as in mobility.
Java was designed to be easy to use and is therefore easy to write, compile, debug, and learn than other programming languages. Java allows you to create modular programs and reusable code.
It is one of the best languages for beginners to learn. It is also opensource and free to use, hence it’s adopted by many companies world-wide.

Benefits of JAVA Training
  • One can get deep knowledge and real time experience to be productive as a java developer.
  • Students who are looking for Internships, then SourceKode can help recommend your profiles to tied-up companies.
  • Graduates looking for full time jobs can get recruitment support from SourceKode, which consists of contacting companies who hire fresher java developers
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Core Java training Syllabus :

Introduction and Setting up Your Environment

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. What Is Java
  • Lesson 3. JRE vs. JDK
  • Lesson 4. Lab: Setting up the JDK
  • Lesson 5. Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
  • Lesson 6. Lab: Setting up Eclipse IDE

Creating a Simple App

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Lab: Creating Your First Project
  • Lesson 3. Lab: Running from the Command Line
  • Lesson 4. Statement Structure and Whitespace
  • Lesson 5. Comments
  • Lesson 6. Creating and Running a Eclipse Project

Variables, Data Types, and Math Operators

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Variables
  • Lesson 3. Primitive Data Types
  • Lesson 4. Primitive Types are Stored By-value
  • Lesson 5. Arithmetic Operators
  • Lesson 6. Type Conversion

Conditional Logic, Looping, and Arrays

  • Lesson 1. Conditional Logic and Relational Operators
  • Lesson 2. Conditional Assignment
  • Lesson 3. If-else Statement
  • Lesson 4. Lab: Nested If-statements
  • Lesson 5. Block Statements and Variable Scope
  • Lesson 6. Logical Operators
  • Lesson 7. Loops
  • Lesson 8. Arrays
  • Lesson 9. For-each Loop
  • Lesson 10. Switch Statement

Representing Complex Types with Classes

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Classes
  • Lesson 3. Using Classes
  • Lesson 4. Encapsulation and Access Modifiers
  • Lesson 5. Applying Access Modifiers
  • Lesson 6. Naming Classes
  • Lesson 7. Method Basics
  • Lesson 8. Exiting from a Method
  • Lesson 9. Method Return Values
  • Lesson 10. Special References: this and null
  • Lesson 10. Acessors, and Mutators

Class Initializers and Constructors

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Establishing Initial State
  • Lesson 3. Field Initial State
  • Lesson 4. Constructor and Adding Multiple Constructors
  • Lesson 5. Chaining Constructors and Constructor Visibility
  • Lesson 6. Initialization and Construction Order

A Closer Look at Parameters

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Parameter Immutability
  • Lesson 3. Overloading
  • Lesson 4. Overloading Walkthrough
  • Lesson 5. Variable Number of Parameters

Class Inheritance

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Inheritance Basics and Typed References
  • Lesson 3. Member Hiding and Overriding
  • Lesson 4. Object Class
  • Lesson 5. Equality
  • Lesson 6. Special Reference: Super
  • Lesson 7. Using Final and Abstract
  • Lesson 8. Inheritance and Constructors

More About Data Types

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. String Class
  • Lesson 3. String Equality
  • Lesson 4. String Representation of Non-string Values
  • Lesson 5. StringBuilder Class
  • Lesson 6. Primitive Wrapper Classes and Type Conversions
  • Lesson 7. Using Primitive Wrapper Classes
  • Lesson 8. Wrapper Class Equality

Exceptions and Error Handling

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Error Handling with Exceptions
  • Lesson 3. Handling Exceptions by Type
  • Lesson 4. Exceptions and Methods
  • Lesson 5. Throwing Exceptions and Custom Exceptions

Working with Packages

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. What Is a Package?
  • Lesson 3. Packages Create a Namespace
  • Lesson 4. Packages Provide Access Boundaries
  • Lesson 5. Packages Act as a Unit of Distribution
  • Lesson 6. Jar file creation

Creating Abstract Relationships with Interfaces

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Introducing Interfaces & Implementing an Interface
  • Lesson 3. Implementing a Generic Interface
  • Lesson 4. Implementing Multiple Interfaces
  • Lesson 5. Declaring an Interface
  • Lesson 6. Extending and interface

Static Members, Nested Types, and Anonymous Classes

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Static Members
  • Lesson 3. Static Initialization Blocks
  • Lesson 4. Nested Types
  • Lesson 5. Inner Classes
  • Lesson 6. Anonymous Classes

Collections

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Collections
  • Lesson 3. List
  • Lesson 4. Map
  • Lesson 5. Set
  • Lesson 6. Queue

Threading

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. Threads
  • Lesson 3. Threading Examples
  • Lesson 4. Creating a Thread
  • Lesson 5. Creating a Runnable
  • Lesson 6. Synchronization
  • Lesson 7. Inter thread communication

IO

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. IO Basics
  • Lesson 3. Reading a File
  • Lesson 4. Writing a File
  • Lesson 5. Implementing a Stream
  • Lesson 6. Serialization and Deserialization

Annotations

  • Lesson 1. Introduction
  • Lesson 2. What is an Annotation
  • Lesson 3. Annotations in Java
  • Lesson 4. Annotation Uses (Compiler)
  • Lesson 5. Using Built in Annotations
  • Lesson 6. Creating an Annotation
  • Lesson 7. Reflection
  • Lesson 8. Using a Custom Annotation

JDBC

  • Lesson 1. Introduction to JDBC
  • Lesson 2. Driver types
  • Lesson 3. Establishing database connections
  • Lesson 4. Connection
  • Lesson 5. Statement
  • Lesson 6. ResultSet
  • Lesson 7. PreparedStatement
  • Lesson 8. CallableStatement
  • Lesson 9. DatabaseMetadata
  • Lesson 10. ResultSetMetadata
  • Lesson 11. Transaction

Syllabus Updates : Since each new updates of Java has new features, we keep adding upgrading our syllabus every 6-12 months to accommodate for advancement. Some topics can be omitted from syllabus without prior notice as they might be redundant or not relevant to the batch being trained. You can request any Java Topic.

Courses Features

  • Language
    English Hindi Marathi
  • Lectures
    40
  • Certification
    Yes
  • Project
    5 Minor + 1 Major
  • Skill Level
    Beginner
  • Duration
    64 hrs + 36 hrs
  • Max-Students
    20
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