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SVR Technologies Offering Online Training. Only institute training more than 50 students, a month in every course which it deals....
Core Java Online Training by Real Time Experts. We provide training based on the student requirement by providing live examples. Many institutes provide online training but SVR Technologies has its Unique appearence

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1. 24/6 support
2. Money back guarantee
3. Real time experts
4. Material, S/W including recordings of the sessions would be provided during the training for better understanding

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Contact: 91-9885022027
Email: info svrtechnologies com
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Core java online training by real time experts- SVR Technologies Core java online training by real time experts- SVR Technologies Presentation Transcript

  • Contact: 091-9885022027 Email: info@svrtechnologies.com Course name: Core Java Trainer: Swapna Duration: 30 Hrs Session: Daily 1 Hr
  • • Topic 1: Getting Started with J2SE What is Java? How to Get Java A First Java Program Compiling and Interpreting Applications he JDK Directory Structure
  • Topic 2: Language Fundamentals A Java Program If Statements Switch Statements Loop Statements Syntax Details CONTINUED IN NEXT SLIDE View slide
  • Primitive Data types Variables Expressions in Java Strings Arrays Enhanced for Loop View slide
  • Topic 3: Objects and Classes Defining a Class • Creating an Object • Instance Data and Class Data • Methods • Constructors • Access Modifiers • Encapsulation • • •
  • Topic 4: Inheritance Inheritance Inheritance in Java Method Overriding Polymorphism Abstract Classes Interfaces Wrapper Classes
  • Topic 5: Packages Creating Package The import Statement Package scope
  • Topic 6: Exception Handling Exceptions Overview Catching Exceptions The finally Block Exception Methods Declaring Exceptions Defining and Throwing Exceptions Errors and Runtime Exceptions
  • Topic 7: Input and Output Streams (java.io) Overview of Streams Bytes vs. Characters Converting Byte Streams to Character Streams File Object Binary Input and Output Print Writer Class Reading and Writing Objects Basic and Filtered Streams?
  • Topic 8: Collections (java.util) Binary Input and Output Print Writer Class Reading and Writing Objects Basic and Filtered Streams? Tuning Hash Map and Hash Set Queue Implementation Classes Sorting with Comparable Sorting with Comparator Sorting Lists and Arrays Collections Utility Methods Tuning Array List
  • Topic 9: Introduction to Threads Non-Threaded Applications Threaded Applications Creating Threads Thread States Runnable Threads Coordinating Threads Interrupting Threads Runnable Interface Thread Groups
  • • Topic 10: Thread Synchronization and Concurrency Race Conditions Synchronized Methods Deadlocks Synchronized Blocks Thread Communication — wait() Thread Communication — notify()
  • Topic 11: Introduction to AWT(java.awt) GUI Programming in Java AWT Events and Layout Managers The Java Event Delegation Model Action Events List Selection Events Mouse Events CONTINUED IN NEXT SLIDE
  • Layout Managers Border Layout Flow Layout Grid Layout AWT Displaying a Window Handling Events Arranging Components A Scrollable Component Menus
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