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Java from oracle Oracle Authorized Java Training

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Oracle Authorized Java Training

and skill. Since the acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle, the certification has become an industry standard. Java is a platform independent object oriented programming language and is most widely recognized software. The OOPS concept of Java will never make it obsolete and Oracle certifications are industry recognized and gives a professional the credentials that signify a high level of knowledge there will always be demand for skilled professionals to code in this language. Training on Java and Advanced Java courses ensure entry into the IT industry even for fresher's.


Oracle Certifications in Java are:

• OCJP (Oracle Certified Java Programmer)

• OCWCD (Oracle Certified Web Component Developer)

• OCBCD (Oracle Certified Business Component Developer)


Benefits of getting trained through Oracle Authorized Partners:

• Participation certificate from Oracle.

• Downloadable e-Kit containing study materials for the course.


How Certification help?

A research study by International Data Corporation has concluded that an Oracle certified professional directly impacts an organizations’ performance in a positive way. Oracle certification helps a programmer learn basics and thus have a solid foundation of skills needed for outstanding performance.

Contents of OCJP (Oracle Certified Java Programmer):
• Overview of Java
• Java Fundamentals-Data types,variables,operators.
• Arrays, String and control statements .
• classes and methods
• Inheritance and polymorphism
• Interfaces, Inner Classes,Use of this,super keyword.
• Java API classes , create own packages and import
• Exception Handling , Logging, assertions and Debugging
• Multithreading
-How Thread is created and executed, setting priorities and Synchronization
• The collection Framework
-Array list, Hash map ,Tree map, Linked List
• Generic Programming
• Streams and input/output programming
• Introduction to AWT
• Graphics Programming
• AWT Components and Event Handling
• Working with Applets
-Deploying applications and Applets
• User Interface Components with Swing




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