Writing Java programs for newcomers to programming.
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This course introduces you to programming in the Java programming
The course starts with an introduction to programming techniques, using the
Java language. You'll learn how to write and run programs, how to store
information in variables within your programs, and how to make decisions and
repeat pieces of code (loops).
One of the big strengths of Java is the way it lets you write code that's
shareable through a whole suite of programs. Such code is structured into
"methods", "objects", "classes" and "packages". The course studies the
theories of this scheme (known as object oriented programming), and shows
you how to design and write your own classes, and how to make effective use
of the huge library of standard classes supplied with Java.
Handling text through string objects, and using standard collection
objects such as arrays, vectors, stacks and hashtables is covered once you
have a good grounding in how Java's objects work. We also cover
input, output and exception handing in some depth on this section
of the course. Threads, serialisation, synchronisation and
internationalisation will also be overviewed.
There's a whole terminology associated with Java, and we'll ensure that
you know your "JVM"s from your "JRE"s, and you know when you would use
Applets or Servlets, beans and JSPs. The course includes a section on
managing all your files, arranging them into packages and jars, setting
up your environment so that they're accessible later. We'll show you
examples of different environments in which Java can be used - on a
web server, within a browser, etc.
The course concludes with a section on resources that are available,
and a forward-looking lecture that overviews many more of the
facilities available in Java, and what they can do for you.
This is a "learning to program" course and no previous
programming knowledge is required. If you have programmed before, please
consider our alternative Java Bootcamp
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|Learning to Progam (module Q100)
|Programming Principles (module Q101)
|Analysing a Programming Task (module Q904)
|Java Introduction (module J601)
|Hello Java World (module J702)
|Variables (module J703)
|Loops and Conditional Statements (module J704)
|Arrays (module J705)
|Object Orientation: Individual Objects (module Q906)
|Objects and Classes (module J706)
|Strings (module J707)
|Packages (module J708)
|Class Access (module J709)
|Object Orientation: Composite Objects (module Q909)
|Extending Classes and More (module J710)
|Object Orientation: Design Techniques (module Q907)
|Exceptions (module J712)
|More Input and Output (module J713)
|Fundamental classes (module J714)
|Servlets (module J901)
|JSP - JavaServer Pages (module J907)
|Servlets in More Detail (module J906)
|Java Roadmap - Beyond the Fundamentals (module J606)
TUTOR and COURSE AUTHOR
Graham Ellis - firstname.lastname@example.org
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, England. A taxi transfer can be arranged if you'll be arriving by air
from United States.
can be arranged on site in your country.
Public courses run at
Well House Manor
- our own
purpose fitted training centre and business hotel / conference centre in
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|| 2 students
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|| For 4 or more students
from the same company,
please consider a private course.
| With hotel room
($3720.00 inc VAT) or
£1900.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
($3060.00 inc VAT) or
£1550.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
| With hotel rooms
($7380.00 inc VAT) or
£3750.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
($6060.00 inc VAT) or
£3050.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
| With hotel rooms
($11040.00 inc VAT) or
£5600.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
($9060.00 inc VAT) or
£4550.00 (No VAT from 1.2019)
• Multiple discount applies to bookings for second and subsequent delegates on the same running of a course, and on same order.
• Hotel rooms are available for arrival the night before the course starts, for departure after the end of the course on the last day.
If you want to interface to SQL databases, you might also like
to consider our MySQL
course. Further Java can be covered via our Java Extra
scheme that lets you cover specialist topics not on the regular public courses.
Upon completion of your course, you'll have online access to the source code of
all the examples from the course, and you'll have access to the
"Ask the Tutor" forum
where you can raise questions. We also encourage you to email the tutor, and
to visit us again to use our library as appropriate.
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