Intro to Java Programming
Course SummaryThis course covers all you need to know to start writing Java programs, and Java applets, which are runnable from Java enabled Web browsers, and network computers like the Java Station. The course covers the syntax of the language, Object Oriented methods, concepts of Java applets, and use of many of the fundamental classes and interfaces that make up Java. It is impossible to cover all of Java in 3 days, so the goal is to teach Java programming techniques and syntax, after which you can explore the areas of Java that you need to build your Java programs and classes. Java is an Object Oriented, graphics capable, portable, general purpose programming language.
Audience:Anyone wanting to know more about the Java language, and programming in Java.
Prerequisite Knowledge:This course assumes the student has prior programming experience. Especially helpful is strong C or Perl experience. No prior object-oriented programming experience is required (although it wouldn't hurt to have some). Java is not a trivial programming language. Additionally, knowledge of use of the operating system, filesystems, user interface and editors of the platform that labs will be conducted on is expected.
Terminal Objectives:Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to design, write, debug and test Java code.
Course Length:3 Days (It can vary depending on lab exercise level desired)
Course Outline:Day 1
Introduction to Java Detailed Outline Contents:
Chapter 1 Introduction to JAVA class version 3.3 (JDK 1.6)
Chapter 2 Basic JAVA Syntax
Chapter 3 Introduction to JAVA Objects
Chapter 4 Arrays, Strings, and other things
Chapter 5 Advanced JAVA Object Concepts
Chapter 6 Swing and Applets
Chapter 7 JDBC
Chapter 8 Putting Objects to Work
Chapter 9 Putting more Objects to Work
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