Class schedule All Batches
  • Feb 25 - Apr 02 Weekend classes 08:00 - 12:00 CST 12 sessions
    • Feb
    • Sat 25
    • Sun 26
    • Mar
    • Sat 04
    • Sun 05
    • Sat 11
    • Sun 12
    • Sat 18
    • Sun 19
    • Sat 25
    • Sun 26
    • Apr
    • Sat 01
    • Sun 02
  • Mar 25 - Apr 30 Weekend classes 09:00 - 13:00 CST 12 sessions
    • Mar
    • Sat 25
    • Sun 26
    • Apr
    • Sat 01
    • Sun 02
    • Sat 08
    • Sun 09
    • Sat 15
    • Sun 16
    • Sat 22
    • Sun 23
    • Sat 29
    • Sun 30
  • Apr 22 - May 28 Weekend classes 09:00 - 13:00 CST 12 sessions
    • Apr
    • Sat 22
    • Sun 23
    • Sat 29
    • Sun 30
    • May
    • Sat 06
    • Sun 07
    • Sat 13
    • Sun 14
    • Sat 20
    • Sun 21
    • Sat 27
    • Sun 28

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  • 48 hours of interactive instructor-led online training
  • 3 comprehensive projects & 16 chapter-end quizzes
  • Hands-on coding on the Java Eclipse IDE
  • Includes hibernate & spring frameworks
  • Course completion certificate
  • Lifetime access of online class recordings

Course description

  • What's the focus of this course?

    This Java online training course is designed for students and professionals to ensure they learn and master the basic concepts of Core Java (syntax, functions, object-oriented programming etc), advanced concepts of J2EE (JDBC, JSP's Servlets etc), get acquainted with popular frameworks like Hibernate & Spring, and understand SOA & web services.

  • What are the course objectives?

    By the end of this java course, you'll be able to get a head start in your Java professional career and do the following.
    • Understand and write Java code using data types, loops, conditions, functions, string handling techniques etc.
    • Understand object-oriented programming through Java using objects & classes.
    • Implement multi-threading and exception handling.
    • Use parse XML files using DOM and SAX in Java.
    • Use JDBC to communicate with Database.
    • Develop web applications and JSP pages.
    • Interact with the database using hibernate framework
    • Use spring framework components like Auto Wiring & Dependency Injection.
    • Implement SOA using web services

  • Who should take this course?

    This Java certification course is highly recommended for
    • Java developers
    • Web developers
    • Programming enthusiasts
    • Database administrators
    • College students

Course preview

    • Lesson 1: Core Java Fundamentals 07:58
      • 1 Introduction 01:44
      • 2 Overview of Eclipse IDE, setting up a project and running a Java application 06:14
      • 3 Data types, variables, keywords
      • 4 Primitive data types v/s class/object types
      • 5 Conditional statements: if, if-else, if-else-if, switch
      • 6 Looping statements: for, while, do-while
      • 7 Branching statements: break, continue
      • 8 Understanding enumerated data types
      • 9 Understanding arrays
      • 10 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 2: Object-Oriented Programming 10:09
      • 1 Procedural Programming v/s OOPS 10:09
      • 2 Classes and objects with code demo
      • 3 Encapsulation with code demo
      • 4 Access Levels: public, private, protected, default
      • 5 Packages and import statements
      • 6 Inheritance with code demo
      • 7 Abstraction with code demo
      • 8 Polymorphism with code demo, method overriding and overloading
      • 9 Constructors and their rules : default v/s parameterized constructor
      • 10 The "this" keyword
      • 11 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 3: Exception Handling and I/O 06:45
      • 1 Understand the why and what of Exceptions 06:45
      • 2 Types of Exception: Checked, Unchecked and Errors
      • 3 Exception API hierarchy in Java
      • 4 Try, catch, finally, throw and throw keywords in exception handling and significance of each of them
      • 5 Understand need for I/O
      • 6 I/O hierarchy in Java
      • 7 File Reading/Writing in Java
      • 8 Serialization in Java
      • 9 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 4: Collections and Generics
      • 1 Understand need for collections
      • 2 Collections framework hierarchy in Java
      • 3 List interface and its implementation classes
      • 4 Set interface and its implementation classes
      • 5 Map interface and its implementation classes
      • 6 Queue interface and its implementation classes
      • 7 Concept of generics with collection classes
      • 8 Sorting list collections in Java - comparable and comparator
      • 9 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 5: Mutithreading and Inner Classes
      • 1 Process based multitasking v/s thread based multitasking
      • 2 To create and process a thread job in Java
      • 3 Thread class and runnable interface
      • 4 States of a thread
      • 5 Some important thread APIs: sleep, join
      • 6 Synchronization with the help of an example
      • 7 Inter-thread communication: wait, notify, notifyAll
      • 8 Need of Inner classes
      • 9 Types of inner classes
      • 10 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 6: JDBC
      • 1 Need for JDBC
      • 2 JDBC architecture
      • 3 Driver and Application API of JDBC
      • 4 Types of drivers
      • 5 To set up an a project for JDBC usage
      • 6 Setting up a connection using JDBC
      • 7 Executing queries with JDBC API
      • 8 Transaction management using JDBC
      • 9 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 7: Miscellaneous and Unit Testing
      • 1 Understand the var args feature in Java
      • 2 Understand the concept of assertions
      • 3 Understand the concept of unit testing
      • 4 Understand Junit framework
      • 5 Write sample test cases using Junit framework
      • 6 Garbage collection overview
      • 7 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 8: Servlets Fundamentals - Part 1
      • 1 Introduction to J2EE
      • 2 Client Server architecture
      • 3 URL, Port Number, Request, Response
      • 4 HTTP Protocol, overview of HTML
      • 5 Types of Requests
      • 6 Web server v/s Application server
      • 7 Need for servlets
      • 8 Servlet fundamentals
      • 9 Setting up a web project in Eclipse
      • 10 Configuring and running the web app with servlets
      • 11 GET and POST request in web application with demo
      • 12 Servlet lifecycle
      • 13 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 9: Servlets Fundamentals - Part 2
      • 1 Forwarding and redirection
      • 2 Idempotent requests
      • 3 Initialization parameters and attributes
      • 4 Need for conversational state between client and server
      • 5 Session management basics
      • 6 Cookies to exchange session information
      • 7 URL Rewriting to exchange session information
      • 8 Session object APIs
      • 9 Listeners in J2EE
      • 10 Filters in J2EE
      • 11 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 10: JSP
      • 1 Need of JSP
      • 2 Creating a JSP and running in a web application
      • 3 JSP lifecycle
      • 4 JSP elements: Scriptlets, expressions, declaration
      • 5 JSP standard actions
      • 6 JSP directives
      • 7 JSTL overview and usage
      • 8 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 11: Introduction to Hibernate
      • 1 Paradigm mismatch problem
      • 2 Introduction to ORM
      • 3 ORM features
      • 4 Hibernate as an ORM framework
      • 5 Hibernate features
      • 6 Setting up a project with Hibernate framework
      • 7 Basic APIs needed to do CRUD operations with Hibernate
      • 8 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 12: Hibernate Queries and Relationships
      • 1 Hibernate Query Language(HQL)
      • 2 Criteria queries
      • 3 Native SQL queries
      • 4 Mapping relationships with Hibernate
      • 5 One to One relationship
      • 6 One to Many relationship
      • 7 Many to Many relationship
      • 8 Caching overview in Hibernate
      • 9 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 13: Introduction to Spring
      • 1 Introduction to Spring framework
      • 2 Spring Dependency Injection/Bean Wiring
      • 3 Types of Dependency Injection: Setter and Constructor Injection
      • 4 Collections mapping wiring
      • 5 Bean scopes in Spring
      • 6 Bean life cycle in Spring
      • 7 Overview of Spring Expression Language
      • 8 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 14: Spring AOP
      • 1 AOP introduction
      • 2 AOP nomenclature
      • 3 To configure AOP in a Java application - classic approach
      • 4 To configure AOP in a Java application – Annotations - AspectJ approach
      • 5 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 15: Spring JDBC and Transaction Management
      • 1 JDBC and Transaction Management Fundamentals overview
      • 2 Spring JDBC implementation in an application
      • 3 Spring Transaction Management APIs in an application
      • 4 Summary and quizzes
    • Lesson 16: SOA and Web Services
      • 1 Understand SOA architecture
      • 2 Understand web services and its types
      • 3 Understand WSDL, XSD, top-down and bottom-up approach to web service implementation
      • 4 Create a SOAP based web service
      • 5 Create a RESTful web service
      • 6 Summary and quizzes
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Exam & certification

  • What do I need to do to unlock my Simplilearn certificate?

    Online Classroom:
    • Complete 1 project.

FAQs

  • Who delivers the training?

    All our trainers are certified and are highly qualified, with more than 10 years of experience in implementing Java.

  • Is this live training, or will I watch pre-recorded videos?

    All the classes are live. They are interactive sessions that enable you to ask questions and participate in discussions during the class time. We do, however, provide recordings of each session you attend for your future reference.

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