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This advanced Java Certification Training is designed to guide you through the concepts of Java from introductory techniques to advanced programming skills. This Java course will also provide you with the knowledge of Core Java 8, operators, arrays, loops, methods, and constructors while giving you hands-on experience in JDBC and JUnit framework.

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  • Hands-on coding and implementation of two web-based projects
  • 35 coding-related exercises on Core Java 8
  • Flexibility to choose classes
  • Includes Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • Lifetime access to self-paced learning
  • Hands-on coding and implementation of two web-based projects
  • Includes Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • 35 coding-related exercises on Core Java 8
  • Lifetime access to self-paced learning
  • Flexibility to choose classes
  • Hands-on coding and implementation of two web-based projects
  • Includes Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • 35 coding-related exercises on Core Java 8
  • Lifetime access to self-paced learning
  • Flexibility to choose classes

Skills Covered

  • Core Java 8 concepts
  • Java Servlet
  • SOA and web services
  • J2EE HTTP protocol and HTML
  • Java EE
  • Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • Multithreading string handling exception handling techniques
  • Core Java 8 concepts
  • Java EE
  • Java Servlet
  • Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • SOA and web services
  • Multithreading string handling exception handling techniques
  • J2EE HTTP protocol and HTML
  • Core Java 8 concepts
  • Java EE
  • Java Servlet
  • Hibernate and Spring frameworks
  • SOA and web services
  • Multithreading string handling exception handling techniques
  • J2EE HTTP protocol and HTML

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Java is the most popular programming language and works across all computer and mobile platforms without needing to be recompiled. It is one of the top-paying jobs in software development, The one with the Java certification can expect to earn an average of $102,000 per year.

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  • Annual Salary
  • Hiring Companies
  • Annual Salary
    $69KMin
    $95KAverage
    $139KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Oracle
    Accenture
    ICS Consultancy Services
    Mphasis
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $57KMin
    $92KAverage
    $117KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Wells Fargo
    Oracle
    Accenture
    CITI
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $58KMin
    $88KAverage
    $139KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Oracle
    Accenture
    IBM
    Source: Indeed
  • Annual Salary
    $59KMin
    $79KAverage
    $107KMax
    Source: Glassdoor
    Hiring Companies
    Oracle
    Accenture
    IBM
    Source: Indeed

Training Options

Self Paced Learning

  • Lifetime access to high-quality self-paced e-learning content curated by industry experts
  • 24x7 learner assistance and support

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Upskill or reskill your teams

  • Flexible pricing & billing options
  • Private cohorts available
  • Training progress dashboards
  • Skills assessment & benchmarking
  • Platform integration capabilities
  • Dedicated customer success manager

Java Course Curriculum

Eligibility

Simplilearn’s Java course is ideal for software developers, web designers, programming enthusiasts, engineering graduates, and students or professionals who wish to become Java developers.
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Pre-requisites

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma. Knowledge of Core Java.
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Course Content

  • Java Certification course

    Preview
    • Lesson 01 - Introduction to Java EE

      20:32Preview
      • 1.1 Introduction to Java EE
        20:32
    • Lesson 02 - Java Servlet I

      01:13:52Preview
      • 2.1 Servlets API, Interfaces, and Methods
        10:55
      • 2.2 Servlet Lifecycle
        00:36
      • 2.3 Configure and Deploy Servlet
        19:14
      • 2.4 ServletRequest, ServletResponse
        03:05
      • 2.5 ServletConfig, ServletContext
        16:51
      • 2.6 Servlet Scopes, Attributes, and Collaboration
        23:11
    • Lesson 03 - Java Servlet II

      01:09:22
      • 3.1 Session Management
        34:20
      • 3.2 Listeners in Java EE
        17:10
      • 3.3 Filters in Java EE
        17:52
    • Lesson 04 - Java Server Pages

      01:15:53
      • 4.1 JSP Lifecycle
        09:24
      • 4.2 Creating and Working With JSP Elements
        17:30
      • 4.3 Working With JSP Standard Action
        20:04
      • 4.4 JSTL and Custom Tag Libraries
        28:55
    • Lesson 05 - Introduction to Hibernate

      01:00:24Preview
      • 5.1 Introduction to Hibernate
        16:33
      • 5.2 Hibernate CRUD Operation
        43:51
    • Lesson 06 - Hibernate Queries and Relationship

      49:10Preview
      • 6.1 Hibernate Queries and Relationships
        17:11
      • 6.2 Mapping Relationship with Hibernate
        31:59
    • Lesson 07 - Introduction to Spring

      49:07
      • 7.1 Introduction to Spring
        15:42
      • 7.2 Dependency Injection, SpringBean Lifecycle, Wiring and Scope
        33:25
    • Lesson 08 - Spring AOP

      36:15
      • 8.1 Introduction to Spring AOP (Aspect-Oriented Programming)
        12:30
      • 8.2 Configuring AOP in Java Application using AspectJ Approach
        23:45
    • Lesson 09 - Spring JDBC and Spring Hibernate

      30:46Preview
      • 9.1 Spring JDBC Implementation in an Application
        16:28
      • 9.2 Spring Hibernate Template
        09:40
      • 9.3 Spring JDBC Transaction Management
        04:38
    • Lesson 10 - Spring MVC

      32:39
      • 10.1 Spring MVC Architecture, Components, and Framework
        09:57
      • 10.2 Spring MVC Program
        22:42
    • Lesson 11 - SOA and Web Services

      31:34
      • 11.1 Basics of SOA Architecture and Web Services
        18:08
      • 11.2 Creating SOAP based and RESTful Web Services
        13:26
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  • Core Java

    Preview
    • Lesson 01: Introduction to Java 11 and OOPs Concepts

      03:45:02Preview
      • 1.01 Course Introduction
        13:40
      • 1.02 Learning Objectives
        01:26
      • 1.03 Introduction
        04:39
      • 1.04 Working of Java program
        06:24
      • 1.05 Object Oriented Programming
        08:58
      • 1.06 Install and Work with Eclipse
        05:29
      • 1.07 Demo - Basic Java Program
        14:25
      • 1.08 Demo - Displaying Content
        14:28
      • 1.09 Basic Elements of Java 
        00:43
      • 1.10 Unicode Characters
        01:38
      • 1.11 Variables
        06:33
      • 1.12 Data Types
        06:48
      • 1.13 Operators
        06:57
      • 1.14 Operator (Logical Operator)
        05:03
      • 1.15 Operators Precedence
        01:01
      • 1.16 Type Casting or Type Conversion
        02:54
      • 1.17 Conditional Statements
        07:17
      • 1.18 Conditional Statement (Nested if)
        03:19
      • 1.19 Loops
        03:22
      • 1.20 for vs while vs do while
        08:21
      • 1.21 Access Specifiers
        04:22
      • 1.22 Java Eleven
        01:22
      • 1.23 Null, this, and instanceof Operators
        03:00
      • 1.24 Destructors
        02:10
      • 1.25 Code Refactoring
        02:36
      • 1.26 Garbage Collector
        01:35
      • 1.27 Static Code Analysis
        01:31
      • 1.28 String
        03:32
      • 1.29 Arrays Part One
        06:06
      • 1.30 Arrays Part Two
        06:48
      • 1.31 For – Each Loop
        05:43
      • 1.32 Method Overloading
        06:11
      • 1.33 Command Line Arguments
        03:46
      • 1.34 Parameter Passing Techniques
        01:38
      • 1.35 Types of Parameters
        02:51
      • 1.36 Variable Arguments
        04:51
      • 1.37 Initializer
        03:24
      • 1.38 Demo - String Functions Program
        16:33
      • 1.39 Demo - Quiz Program
        16:49
      • 1.40 Demo - Student Record and Displaying by Registration Number Program
        04:36
      • 1.41 Summary
        02:13
    • Lesson 02: Utility Packages and Inheritance

      01:27:27Preview
      • 2.01 Learning Objectives
        00:41
      • 2.02 Packages in Java
        06:05
      • 2.04 Inheritance in Java
        06:50
      • 2.05 Object Type Casting in Java
        05:03
      • 2.06 Methоd Оverriding in Java
        03:00
      • 2.07 Lambda Expression in Java
        03:35
      • 2.08 Static Variables and Methods
        03:49
      • 2.09 Abstract Classes
        01:37
      • 2.10 Interface in Java
        03:31
      • 2.11 Jаvа Set Interfасe
        03:07
      • 2.12 Marker Interfaces in Java
        01:25
      • 2.13 Inner Class
        02:43
      • 2.14 Exception Handling in Java
        09:59
      • 2.15 Java Memory Management
        01:14
      • 2.03 Demo - Utility Packages Program
        09:58
      • 2.17 Demo - Bank Account Statement using Inheritance
        09:14
      • 2.18 Demo - House Architecture using Polymorphism Program
        06:09
      • 2.16 Demo - Creating Errors and Catching the Exception Program
        07:53
      • 2.19 Summary
        01:34
    • Lesson 03: Multithreading Concepts

      03:00:10Preview
      • 3.01 Learning Objectives
        01:54
      • 3.02 Multithreading
        04:18
      • 3.03 Introduction to Threads
        09:32
      • 3.04 Thread Life Cycle
        01:54
      • 3.05 Thread Priority
        02:12
      • 3.06 Deamon Thread in Java
        01:06
      • 3.07 Thread Scheduling and Sleeping
        03:15
      • 3.08 Thread Synchronization
        07:35
      • 3.09 Wrapper Classes
        03:46
      • 3.10 Autoboxing and Unboxing
        08:32
      • 3.11 java.util and java.lang Classes
        07:48
      • 3.12 java.lang - String Class
        05:04
      • 3.13 java.util - StringBuilder and StringTokenizer Class
        04:30
      • 3.14 java.lang - Math Class
        02:02
      • 3.15 java.util - Locale Class
        04:56
      • 3.16 Jаvа Generics
        06:12
      • 3.17 Collections Framework in Java
        05:55
      • 3.18 Set Interface in Collection
        01:30
      • 3.19 Hashcode() in Collection
        01:29
      • 3.20 List in Collections 
        03:53
      • 3.21 Queue in Collections 
        03:31
      • 3.22 Соmраrаtоr Interfасe in Collections
        03:22
      • 3.23 Deque in Collections
        02:04
      • 3.24 Map in Collections
        05:38
      • 3.25 For - Each Method in Java
        00:42
      • 3.26 Differentiate Collections and Array Class 
        02:37
      • 3.27 Input or Output Stream
        03:01
      • 3.28 Java.io.file Class
        04:15
      • 3.29 Byte Stream Hierarchy
        08:49
      • 3.30 CharacterStream Classes
        01:50
      • 3.31 Serialization
        01:51
      • 3.32 JUnit 
        01:06
      • 3.33 Logger - log4j
        03:52
      • 3.34 Demo - Creating and Sorting Students Regno using Arrays
        14:44
      • 3.35 Demo - Stack Queue and Linked List Programs
        24:18
      • 3.36 Demo - Multithreading Program
        09:44
      • 3.37 Summary
        01:23
    • Lesson 04: Debugging Concepts

      01:11:20Preview
      • 4.01 Learning Objectives
        00:56
      • 4.02 Java Debugging Techniques 
        05:25
      • 4.03 Tracing and Logging Analysis 
        07:50
      • 4.04 Log Levels and Log Analysis
        09:47
      • 4.05 Stack Trace
        04:29
      • 4.06 Logging using log4j
        03:45
      • 4.07 Best Practices of log4j Part - One
        08:54
      • 4.08 Best Practices of log4j Part - Two
        09:18
      • 4.09 log4j Levels
        01:04
      • 4.10 Eclipse Debugging Support
        02:18
      • 4.11 Setting Breаkроints
        00:31
      • 4.12 Stepping Through or Variable Inspection
        02:41
      • 4.13 Demo - Analysis of Reports with Logging
        13:06
      • 4.14 Summary
        01:16
    • Lesson 05: JUnit

      01:50:25Preview
      • 5.01 Learning Objectives
        00:33
      • 5.02 Introduction
        06:07
      • 5.03 Unit Testing
        03:40
      • 5.04 JUnit Test Framework
        08:16
      • 5.05 JUnit Test Framework - Annotations
        07:12
      • 5.06 JUnit Test Framework - Assert Class
        05:49
      • 5.07 JUnit Test Framework - Test Suite
        03:49
      • 5.08 JUnit Test Framework - Exceptions Test
        04:14
      • 5.10 Demo - Generating Report using JUnit
        29:40
      • 5.09 Demo - Testing Student Mark System with JUnit
        40:00
      • 5.11 Summary
        01:05
    • Lesson 06: Java Cryptographic Extensions

      01:11:38Preview
      • 6.01 Learning Objectives
        00:40
      • 6.02 Cryptography
        09:22
      • 6.03 Two Types of Authenticators
        04:32
      • 6.04 CHACHA20 Stream Cipher and Poly1305 Authenticator
        06:16
      • 6.05 Example Program
        08:13
      • 6.06 Demo - Cryptographic Program
        41:48
      • 6.07 Summary
        00:47
    • Lesson 07: Design Pattern

      03:18:20Preview
      • 7.01 Learning Objectives
        00:36
      • 7.02 Introduction of Design Pattern
        05:22
      • 7.03 Types of Design Patterns
        00:24
      • 7.04 Creational Patterns
        01:21
      • 7.05 Fасtоry Method Раttern
        08:07
      • 7.07 Singletоn Design Раttern
        08:09
      • 7.08 Builder Pattern
        05:53
      • 7.09 Struсturаl Раtterns
        02:24
      • 7.10 Adарter Раttern
        04:42
      • 7.11 Bridge Раttern
        07:39
      • 7.12 Fасаde Раttern
        07:00
      • 7.13 Flyweight Design Раttern
        07:25
      • 7.14 Behаviоrаl Design Раtterns
        01:46
      • 7.15 Strategy Design Pattern
        05:03
      • 7.15 Сhаin оf Resроnsibility Раttern
        03:51
      • 7.16 Command Design Pattern
        05:17
      • 7.17 Interрreter Design Раttern
        03:47
      • 7.18 Iterаtоr Design Раttern
        05:25
      • 7.19 Mediаtоr Design Pаttern
        06:19
      • 7.20 Memento Design Раttern
        03:55
      • 7.21 Null Object Design Pattern
        05:11
      • 7.22 Observer Design Pattern
        04:19
      • 7.23 State Design Pattern
        06:39
      • 7.24 Template Method Design Pattern
        03:35
      • 7.25 Visitor Design Pattern
        05:25
      • 7.26 JEE or J2EE Design Patterns
        04:01
      • 7.27 Demo - Loan Approval Process using One of Behavioural Design Pattern
        30:04
      • 7.06 Demo - Creating Family of Objects using Factory Design Pattern
        22:42
      • 7.28 Demo - State Design Pattern Program
        20:55
      • 7.29 Summary
        01:04

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Java Course and Certification
  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn certificate for this Java training course?

    Online Classroom:
    • Attend one complete batch of the Java Training Course
    • Successful completion and evaluation of any one of the given projects
    Online Self-learning:
    • Complete 85% of the Java Certification course
    • Successful completion and evaluation of any one of the given projects

  • Do you provide any practice tests as a part of this Java course?

    Yes, we provide 1 practice test as part of our Java Training course to help you prepare for the actual certification exam. You can try this free Java Fundamentals Practice Test to understand the type of tests that are part of the course curriculum.

  • How to prepare for a Java Certification exam?

    • Code every day, as there is no substitute for coding. This will help you develop your coding, reading, and writing skills.
    • Refer to good study books depending on which exam you plan to take up
    • Join this Simplilearn Online course, as this gives you a chance to interact with your subject expert instructors and fellow aspirants preparing for certifications.
    • Solve practice questions which will help you develop accuracy and speed needed for attempting the exam.

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    Himanshu Sukhija

    Software Engineer at Tata Consultancy Services

    I have enrolled in Simplilearn's Java Certification Course. The content in the Java course is highly informative, and the trainer is exceptionally knowledgeable with outstanding skills in explaining the concepts.

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    Samlesh Panda

    Associate Director at IHS Markit

    Simplilearn's Java Certification Course is straightforward and highly effective. The trainer was supportive, providing examples that made the material easy to grasp. I highly recommend Simplilearn for anyone seeking Java training.

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  • Learn by working on real-world problemsCapstone projects involving real world data sets with virtual labs for hands-on learning
  • Structured guidance ensuring learning never stops24x7 Learning support from mentors and a community of like-minded peers to resolve any conceptual doubts

Java Certification FAQs

  • What is Java?

    Java is a versatile and widely used programming language renowned for its simplicity, portability, and robustness. Developed by Sun Microsystems (now owned by Oracle Corporation), Java was first released in 1995. It is designed to be platform-independent, allowing Java programs to run on any device or operating system with a Java Virtual Machine (JVM).

  • Who should take this Java Training Course?

    This Java Training course is ideal for: 

    • Students and professionals who wish to become Java developers
    • Software developers
    • Web designers
    • Programming enthusiasts
    • Engineering graduates

  • Why should you take this Java Certification course?

    Some of the reasons to take up this Java Training:

    • Java is the most popular programming language in use and is the only language that works across all computer and Android mobile platforms without needing to be recompiled for each one.
    • Java is widely used to develop cutting-edge applications for web or mobile platforms and acts as the stepping stone for anyone hoping to advance their career in mobile development.
    • Excelling in Java also prepares you for a career in Big Data, as Hadoop (the most widely used framework of Big Data architecture) uses Java for design and development.

  • What are the various job roles available after this Java Course?

    Java-certified individuals can consider the following job roles:

    • Web developer
    • Java Developer
    • Application developer
    • EJB Programmer
    • Software Developer/Engineer
    • Tester
    • Graphic designer

  • Few companies that offer roles for Java Developers.

    Mastering Java can help you get started with your career in IT. Companies like 

    • Amazon
    • Bosch
    • Capgemini
    • DELL
    • Accenture
    • Mphasis
    • Paypal 
    • MindLabs

  • What job are roles available after getting a Java certification?

    Completing Java training will open the door to careers with software developer, mobile developer, and software engineer titles. As per indeed.com, over 70,000 job vacancies exist with Java programming skills or expertise. Almost 100% of these posts pay an annual amount of $90,0000 or higher. Discover the best ways to study Java with the courses in this collection and get to your next job, promotion, or degree with our Java certification.

  • What skills should a Java Developer know?

    Java developers need a variety of skills, ranging from in-depth know-how to understanding the latest innovations. Java developers also need to know how the development process works and navigate the coding environments. Our advanced Java certification program has been designed to develop job-ready capabilities in conjunction with industry and academia.
     

  • What industries use Java most?

    Java has been the primary component in building a wide range of applications in real-time, embedded web systems, and many more. Java finds its applications in major industries such as Finance, Business Services, retail, healthcare, Government, Education, Manufacturing, Transportation, Entertainment, Agriculture, etc. Our Java course helps you build a foundation in Java, the most commonly-used and preferred software programming language.
     

  • What is the pay scale of Java Professional across the world?

    You will always find Java somewhere at the top if you check the rankings of the most popular and sought-after programming languages. According to PayScale & Glassdoor, the average annual salary for a Java professional across the world is as follows:

    • India: ₹565,000
    • US: $93,116
    • UK: £48,768
    • Canada: CA$73,115
    • Australia: A$96,313
    • Japan: JP¥51,20,140
       

  • What skills or experience do I need to already have before starting to learn Java?‎

    Before starting Java training, it is beneficial to have a basic understanding of programming concepts and Java fundamentals. While prior experience in programming is not mandatory, familiarity with concepts such as variables, data types, loops, and conditional statements can help beginners grasp Java concepts more quickly.

  • What are the common career paths for someone in Java?‎

    Common career paths include Java Developer, Software Engineer, Web Developer, Mobile App Developer, System Architect, and Database Administrator. The average salaries of some of the popular career paths after Java certification are given below for your reference. 

    Career Role

    Salary Range (INR/yr)

    Java Developer

    ₹400000 - ₹800000

    Software Engineer

    ₹280000 - ₹1550000

    Web Developer

    ₹400000 - ₹900000

    Mobile App Developer

    ₹400000 - ₹900000

    Systems Architect

    ₹560000 - ₹4400000

    Database Administrator

    ₹500000 - ₹1300000

    DevOps Engineer

    ₹500000 - ₹1200000

    Big Data Engineer

    ₹500000 - ₹1400000

    Cloud Solutions Architect

    ₹1300000 - ₹3100000

    Full Stack Developer

    ₹500000 - ₹1200000

  • What Java courses are best for training and upskilling employees or the workforce?‎

    Simplilearn's Java certification course stands out as an ideal choice for corporate training and upskilling the workforce. Our comprehensive course covers foundational to advanced topics in Java programming, ensuring that employees acquire practical skills relevant to their roles and responsibilities. The training plans are customizable to meet the specific needs and objectives of your organization, allowing you to tailor the learning experience to suit your workforce's requirements. 

  • Are Java and Javascript the same?

    No, Java and JavaScript are distinct languages with different purposes. Java is a versatile, object-oriented programming language primarily used for application development, while JavaScript is a scripting language mainly employed for web development to enhance interactivity in browsers. 

  • What is the best IDE for Java?

    Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA, and NetBeans are among the most popular Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) for Java development.

  • Can I join a Java programming course without any prior programming experience?

    Absolutely! You can embark on your journey to learn Java programming even if you have no prior experience in programming. Java is renowned for its beginner-friendly nature, characterized by its intuitive syntax, comprehensive documentation, and abundance of online learning resources. Simplilearn offers a free Java course tailored specifically for beginners, providing a structured learning path to familiarize yourself with the fundamental concepts of Java programming.

  • Which is better - becoming a Java SE 8 programmer or an Oracle-certified professional?

    Choosing between Java programming and Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification depends on your career goals and aspirations. Becoming a Java SE 8 programmer involves mastering the Java SE 8 platform and its features, enabling you to develop applications using the Java programming language. This path is suitable if you want to specialize in Java development and work on projects leveraging SE 8.

    On the other hand, obtaining an Oracle Certified Professional (OCP) certification demonstrates your proficiency in Java programming and validates your skills to potential employers. This certification encompasses a broader range of Java concepts beyond SE 8, potentially opening up more opportunities in the job market. Ultimately, the choice between becoming a SE 8 programmer or obtaining an Oracle Certified Professional certification depends on your career objectives.

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