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Instructor: Alex Theedom
Java is the leading programming language of choice for over 9 million developers and is deployed on billions of devices and servers worldwide. It drives websites, desktop applications, mobile phones, IOT devices, and much more. It has been adopted by everyone from large multinational corporations to small local business.
This course is designed for the beginner who wants to learn Java and for any Java developer who wants to become an Oracle Certified Associate Java Programmer by taking the Java SE 8 Programmer I exam. This course is ideal for those coming from another language and who want to get up-to-speed quickly.
You will be taken on a journey through the fundamental concepts of the Java language and given the knowledge necessary to write your own Java application. You will learn about flow control by using loops, decision logic, and exception handling; you will learn how to manipulate data and store it in a data structure. Once you are comfortable using these constructs, you’ll learn how to structure classes and design applications using object-oriented concepts.
Once you have completed this course you will be able to write and launch a Java application and ready to take the Associate exam.
Write and compile your first Java application
Gain a thorough understanding of fundamental Java concepts
Learn to control the flow of application execution
Who this course is for
This course is targeted at beginners who want to learn how to develop professional-level Java applications, and experienced developers who are migrating from another language and want to get up-to-speed quickly with Java.
Anyone who wants to prepare for the Oracle Certified Associate Java SE 8 Programmer I exam will also find it indispensable.
What You Will Learn
Create and use arrays
Use operators and decision constructs
Use loops and handle exceptions
Work with methods and encapsulation
Work with inheritance and object orientation
Develop object-oriented Java applications