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  1. 1. C N C W e b W o r l d | 2 1 B r a m h a E s t a t e , C / 2 - 1 s t F l o o r , K o n d h w a P u n e Page 1 Core Java Syllabus Course Overview: The Core Java technologies and application programming interfaces (APIs) are the foundation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE). They are Used in all classes of Java programming, from desktop applications to Java EE applications. Introduction  Programming language Types and Paradigms.  Computer Programming Hierarchy.  How Computer Architecture Affects a Language?  Why Java?  Flavors of Java.  Java Designing Goal.  Role of Java Programmer in Industry.  Features of Java Language.  JVM –The heart of Java  Java’s Magic Bytecode Language Fundamentals  The Java Environment:  Installing Java.  Java Program Development  Java Source File Structure  Compilation  Executions.  Basic Language Elements:  Lexical Tokens,Identifiers  Keywords,Literals, Comments  Primitive Datatypes,Operators  Assignments. Object Oriented Programming  Class Fundamentals.  Object & Object reference.  Object Life time & Garbage Collection.  Creating and Operating Objects.  Constructor & initialization code block.  Access Control, Modifiers, methods  Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes  Abstract Class & Interfaces  Defining Methods, Argument Passing Mechanism  Method Overloading, Recursion.  Dealing with Static Members. Finalize () Method.  Native Method. Use of “this “reference.  Use of Modifiers with Classes & Methods.  Design of Accessors and Mutator Methods  Cloning Objects, shallow and deep cloning  Generic Class Types Extending Classes and Inheritance  Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP  Types of Inheritance in Java  Inheriting Data Members and Methods  Role of Constructors in inheritance  Overriding Super Class Methods.  Use of “super”.  Polymorphism in inheritance.  Type Compatibility and Conversion  Implementing interfaces. Package  Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.  Package as Access Protection  Defining Package.  CLASSPATH Setting for Packages.  Making JAR Files for Library Packages  Import and Static Import  Naming Convention For Packages
  2. 2. C N C W e b W o r l d | 2 1 B r a m h a E s t a t e , C / 2 - 1 s t F l o o r , K o n d h w a P u n e Page 2 Exception Handling:  The Idea behind Exception  Exceptions & Errors  Types of Exception  Control Flow In Exceptions  JVM reaction to Exceptions  Use of try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.  In-built and User Defined Exceptions  Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions Array &String :  Defining an Array  Initializing & Accessing Array  Multi –Dimensional Array  Operation on String  Mutable & Immutable String  Using Collection Bases Loop for String  Tokenizing a String  Creating Strings using StringBuffer Thread  Understanding Threads  Needs of Multi-Threaded Programming.  Thread Life-Cycle  Thread Priorities  Synchronizing Threads  Inter Communication of Threads  Critical Factor in Thread –DeadLock Event Handling  Event-Driven Programming in Java  Event- Handling Process  Event-Handling Mechanism  The Delegation Model of Event Handling  Event Classes  Event Sources  Event Listeners  Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling  Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling  Avoiding Deadlocks in GUI Code  Event Types & Classes Networking Programming  Networking Basics  Client-Server Architecture  Socket Overview  Networking Classes and Interfaces  Network Protocols  Developing Networking Applications in Java DataBase Programming using JDBC  Introduction to JDBC  JDBC Drivers & Architecture  CURD operation Using JDBC  Connecting to non-conventional Databases
  3. 3. C N C W e b W o r l d | 2 1 B r a m h a E s t a t e , C / 2 - 1 s t F l o o r , K o n d h w a P u n e Page 3 What is CNCWEBWORLD’S IT Career Guidelines Approach? CNCWEBWORLD’S IT Career guidelines Vision to placed more than 90% students from each and every batches that’s why we did enormous market research for IT student and come with solution. Our Approach Communicate with the student Counseling Skill Test Feedback Analysis Training & Development Interview PreparationPlacement Market tested Approach
  4. 4. C N C W e b W o r l d | 2 1 B r a m h a E s t a t e , C / 2 - 1 s t F l o o r , K o n d h w a P u n e Page 4 Why CNCWEBWORLD?  100% Practical Training.  No fee for counseling.  No Class room session.  No fee for Interview preparation.  No fee for communication skills training.  No Time boundation for Practical session.  No Black/White board session.  No fee for Presentation skills.  No fee for Resume preparation.  One by one Training (1 faculty for 1 student).  Real Time Training (Complete IT environment).  100 % job Assistance.  Latest tutorial provided.  Technologies update on weekly basis.  Personal attention.  Training on the basis of company’s requirement.  Percentage of placement is more than 95%.  Dedicated team for placement. Note: All topics are covered in extreme detail with practical examples for all. Theoretical Classes will be accompanied by practical sessions at our computer lab. Some of the topics may have been missed from the displayed syllabus above, which nonetheless will be covered during training session. For more detail please contact us: Pune, Office CNC WEB WORLD Brahma Estate C/2, Office No 21 1st Floor, NIBM Kondhwa Near Jyoti Restaurant, Pune -411048 Tel No: 020 41207557 Mob: 9175371080/81 Email: Website: