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C#.Net Programming
Overview:

This training program lets you start a challenging career as a JAVA developer. During the session, participants get hands on experience from basic level concepts to the most advanced level concepts of JAVA programming, which are being used by most of the software companies currently in the market. We will make sure that at the end of the session, you would be able to develop console applications, windows applications and as well as web applications. The material we provide will be helpful for the participants get confidence to be a successful developer.

JAVA Course Contents:

Core Java
 Generation of Java
 Features of Java
 Java programming format
 Reserved words
 Arrays
 Data types
Features of OOPS
 Class
 Object
 Abstraction
 Encapsulation
 Inheritance
 Polymorphism
 Over loading
 Over riding
 Constructor
 This keyword
 Super keyword
 Control Statements
 Access Modifiers
Exception Handling
 Exception Types
 Try, catch, finally blocks
 Throw, throws keywords
 Fundamental classes in java.lang package
 String
 StringBuffer
 Math
 Wrapper classes
Multi threading
 Introduction
 Thread creation
 Thread life cycle
 Synchronization
 Thread priorities
 Daemon thread
 Inter thread communication
File I/O streams
 Byte stream
 Character stream
 File
 Serialization
AWT
 Introduction
 Components
 Event Handling
 Listeners
 Layout Managers
Swings
 Introduction
 Difference between AWT and Swing
 Component hierarchy
Applet
 Life cycle
 Animation graphics
 Networking
Collection Framework
 Collection
 List (ArrayList, LinkedList, Vector, Stack)
 Set (HashSet, LinkedHashSet, SortedSet, TreeSet)
 Queue (PriorityQueue)
 Map (HashMap, Hashtable, Properties, SortedMap, TreeMap)
 Collection Vs Collections
 Cursors (Enumeration, Iterator, ListIterator)
 Var – arg methods
 Static import
 Generics
 For each loop
 Boxing – unboxing
Advance Java
JDBC
 Introduction to JDBC
 JDBC Architecture
 Types of JDBC Drivers
 Establishing a JDCB Connection
 Integration Java to Database using JDBC API
 Using Statement
 Using PreparedStatement
 Using CallableStatement
 Establish ResultSet
 ScrollableResultSet
 Batch Updates
 Inserting BLOB&CLOB type of columns
 Managing Transaction Management
Common Gateway Interface
 Introduction to CGI
 Disadvantage and Limitations of CGI
Servlets
 Servlet as an improved CGI
 Servlet fundamentals
 Web Container & WebServer
 Servlet Life Cycle/Architecture
 Http Methods
 Configuration of Web Application
 web.xml (Deployment Descriptor file)
 Specifying welcome file
 ServletContext
 ServletConfig
 RequestDispatcher
 Session Management
 Using HttpSession
 Using Cookie
 Using URL Rewriting
 Filters
 FilterConfig
 FilterChain
 Jar file creation
 War file creation
Java Server Pages (JSP)
 JSP Architecture
 JSP implicit objects
 JSP Directive Tags
 Page Directive
 Include Directive
 Taglib Directive
JSP Standard Actions
 useBean tag
 setProperty tag
 getProperty tag
 include tag
 forward tag
 plug-in tag
 param tag
Custom Actions
 Classic
 Simple
 JSP Scripting tags
 Declaratives
 Scriptlets
 Expressions
 EL implicit Objects
 JSTL & Tag library
 JavaBeans
 IDE
 MyEclipse
 Servers
 Tomcat
 Weblogic

Intended for:
This course is intended for any graduate who is looking to kick-start or advance their career as C#.Net developer. No prior experience is presumed.

Learning Outcomes:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Get good knowledge of Object oriented programming concepts (OOPS).
Implementing Oops concept through your JAVA programs.
Acquire good knowledge of JAVA basics. As basics are always stepping stones for being a good developer.
Able to design windows and web applications successfully.
Connect to SQL server database and working on it through your applications.

Duration:
30 hrs
Weekdays : Mon – Fri – 6hrs/day
Timings: 10am-4pm

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