Ultimate Java Development and Certification Guide
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Learn to program in Java and prepare for the Oracle Java certification exam with one single training program. This course serves the dual purpose of making you a proficient Java programmer by focusing on practical java paradigms and also help you get certified by making sure you are fully prepared for the java certification exam.
This course is for anyone who wants to learn java from the ground up. It starts with basic java installation and help you master the language by going through tons of programming examples. The main sections covered in the course are:
Java Syntax and Class Review
This section ensures that you get familiar with the java syntax and general programming constructs. You will learn conditionals and iterators along with different data types and data structures.
Encapsulation and Subclassing
Get started with object oriented programming in this section learning about Classes, Objects, encapsulation and subclasses. These are the basic building blocks of Java programming.
This section will help you master concepts covering the powerful polymorphism feature in java. Topics such as method overriding, final, static keyword and singleton class will be covered in this section.
Abstract and Nested Classes
Learn to take a deep dive into object oriented programming with concepts such as nested and inner classes. Learn to use the power of Java for creating more complex programs.
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Komal Stephen –
The lectures are good but you need to figure out your initial bugs yourself. But overall it is good.
Bob Jasinski –
A lot of exaggeration in this title. I would have a very tiny chance to pass OCA for Java Certification using this course. Lol big words alert
Jeff Kidder –
Yes, I remember these topics, but presented like this is very interesting.