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ADVANCED JAVA-COURSE CONTENT

 

ADVANCED JAVA

 

Java is a high level programming language designed for use in the distributed systems and is developed by Sun Microsystems. It is an object oriented programming language similar to CPP, but is much simplified to purge language features which source common coding errors. Java based applications can be created which can run on a single pc or distributed among clients and servers over a network. One can build application modules or applets which allows a web page user to interact with the page. After completion of the SCJP (Sun certified programmer for Java) course, one is certified to work as a java developer across various fields of technology. Below is the revised course content for Advanced Java.

ADVANCED JAVA - COURSE CONTENT

 

DURATION: - 2 MONTHS/ 80 HOURS

 

·         Understanding Java and the J2EE platforms

·         Reviewing XML Fundamentals

·         Introducing Application Servers

·         Understanding Remote Method Invocation

·         Studying Servers Programming

·         Going Over JSP Basics

·         Using JSP Tag Extensions

·         Working with Java Mail

·         Understanding the java Messaging Services

·         Introducing Java Transaction (JTA)

·         Examining JNDI and Directory Services

·         Reviewing Java Database Connectivity

·         Introducing O/R mapping with hibernate

·         Understanding EJB Architecture and Design

·         Explaining session Beans and Business Logic

·         Working with Entity Beans

·         Using Message - driven Beans

·         Understanding the J2EE connector Architecture

·         Introducing Web Servers

·         Digging Deeper into SOAP, WSDL and UDDI

·         Understanding J2EE web servers

·         Using Data - tier Pattern (DAO, Value Object, etc)

·         Other: Singleton, etc

·         Exploring Framework and Application Architecture

·         Using ANT to Build and Deploy application

·         Create High performance Java Application

·         Reviewing Presentation Tier Pattern (Front Controller, Helper, etc)

·         Understanding Java Authentication and Authorization services (JAAS)

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