Java SE 6 Programming Fundamentals
In this 5-day instructor-led course, students learn how to develop applications using the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE) 6 programming language.
This course introduces students to the Java language and programming techniques using lectures, demonstrations, and extensive labs. It covers object-oriented programming, Java syntax, and important Java classes and interfaces such as collections, exceptions, threads, I/O, and other utility classes.
Hands-on lab exercises throughout the course allow students to gain hands-on experience with Java programming, covering skills such as building classes, debugging Java code, refactoring, and creating and running test cases. Students have the choice of performing the lab exercises using either Eclipse V3.6 or IBM Rational Application Developer V8.0.
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This basic course is for students with little or no Java programming experience. However, some programming experience and some familiarity with object-oriented programming is helpful.
Students should be familiar with object-oriented (OO) programming, or successfully complete course Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java Examples (WD150) or Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming with Java Examples (Remote Classroom) (VD150).
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