JAVA Beginners – From Basic To Core Java – Including Project Work

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About Course

Whether you’re a beginner or seeking a refresher, this Java course is designed to equip you with all the essentials of Java programming. From basic syntax to advanced concepts, you’ll delve into Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), data structures, algorithms, and more. By the end of the course, you’ll build a comprehensive understanding and even develop your own Java applications.

Java proficiency opens doors to lucrative opportunities, allowing individuals to thrive both online and offline by creating dynamic software solutions. With Java, you can craft web applications, mobile apps, enterprise-level software, and even gaming platforms. The versatility of Java makes it a cornerstone in the programming landscape, providing developers with unparalleled versatility and job prospects.

Why Java ?

Java is a powerhouse in the programming world, with millions of applications and systems relying on its robust capabilities. Its ubiquity ensures a steady demand for skilled Java developers across various industries. Whether you aspire to join established firms, work remotely, or launch your own projects, Java proficiency offers limitless possibilities.

Our Approach

In this course, we emphasize a hands-on approach to learning at an industrial level approach. Each section concludes with practice exercises to solidify your understanding of the concepts covered. Additionally, I provide downloadable resources and practical projects to enhance your Java skills. From basic syntax to advanced techniques, you’ll gain confidence through practical application. And rest assured, we strive to make learning enjoyable by injecting energy and enthusiasm into every lesson.

Entire classes are divided into multiple modules, where each module is designed based on IIT and industrial level demand. All the classes will be a live google meet class. After Each Module, a dedicated test will be conducted on Sunday. At the end of the classes a team will be created where a project will be assigned and our experts will help to complete the project. At the end a Certificate of excellence will be issued that will help you to elevate your profile. 

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What Will You Learn?

  • Fundamental Java concepts including syntax, data types, variables, and operators.
  • Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) principles such as classes, objects, inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation.
  • Handling exceptions and error handling in Java applications.
  • Working with Java collections framework, including ArrayLists, LinkedLists, HashMaps, and more.
  • Implementing data structures and algorithms in Java, such as arrays, linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and graphs.
  • Java input and output (I/O) operations, file handling, and stream processing.
  • Utilizing Java libraries and frameworks for enhanced functionality.
  • Building GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications using JavaFX or Swing.
  • Understanding database connectivity in Java using JDBC (Java Database Connectivity).
  • Developing multi-threaded applications for concurrent programming in Java.
  • Building real-world projects and applications to reinforce learning.

Course Content

Introductory Class
Introductory Class - Everything related to upcoming classes and project will be discussed

  • Introductory Class – L1
    04:28
  • Introductory Classes PPT
    00:00

Introduction to Java
Why JAVA History JVM, JDK Features Installation of JDK and JAVA IDE Post installation configuration of IDE

Java Basics
Structure of a JAVA program Tokens Data types Primitive datatypes Non-primitive datatypes Variables and its classification Primitive typecasting Compilation and execution

Operators & Expressions
Arithmetic/Binary operators Unary operators Relational/Comparison operators Assignment/Initialization operators Logical operators Ternary/Conditional operator Bitwise operators instanceOf operator (After inheritance)

Control statements
Branching/Conditional statements Iterative/Looping statements Break and Continue statement

Test – T1 – L10 – 28/Apr/2024

Java Object Oriented Programming
Basics of OOPs Local member Global member Static member Non-static member Method new keyword this keyword Method overloading static vs non static class and object Constructor & its type Constructor overloading Constructor chaining Recursion final keyword

Test – T2 – L19 – 5/May/2024

Inheritance
Basics of inheritance Superclass and subclass extends keyword Access modifiers and members accessibility in inheritance super keyword Types of inheritance Diamond problem/Constructor chaining problem Non-primitive type casting The sequence of execution of constructors in inheritance Method overriding

Test – T3 – L22 – 12/May/2024

Encapsulation, Polymorphism
Encapsulation, Polymorphism

Interfaces
Purpose of interface Syntax and definition of an interface Implementing interfaces using implements keyword

Abstraction
Abstraction

Exception handling
Fundamentals of exceptions Types of exceptions Handling unchecked exception throw vs throws keyword User defined/Custom exception

Test -T4 – L 29 – 19/May/2024

Doubt Solving / Buffer Classes
Doubt Solving / Buffer Classes

Project
Project

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