Core java

Key Features

Notes

Assignments

6 Months

Our Goals

• Entire SCJP syllabus will be covered
• Every program execution will be explained with Compiler and JVM Architectures
• Every program memory diagram will be clearly explained with JVM Architecture
• 1000+ Programs will be covered in training as well as in practice material
• Entire list of interview questions will be covered on every concept
• Every concept will be clearly explained with real-time project scenarios
• Every concept will be explained with MVC and LC-RP Architectures
• Therefore you will get good knowledge in designing and developing projects
• So that you can clear all interviews as a fresher or as an experience

Our Syllabus

We have provide you the following syllabus modules in your training period.

INTRODUCTION

1. Why Java
2. Paradigms
3. Diff b/w Java & Other (C,C++)
4. Java features
5. Java programming format
6. Java Tokens
7. Java Statements
8. Java Data Types
9. Typecasting
10. Arrays

OOPS

1. Introduction
2. Class
3. Object
4. Static Keywords
5. Constructors
6. This Key Word
7. Inheritance
8. Super Key Word
9. Polymorphism (Over Loading & Over Riding)
10. Abstraction
11. Encapsulation
12. Abstract Classes
13. Interfaces

STRING MANIPULATIONS, AWT & INNER CLASSES

  1. String
  2. String Buffer
  3. String Tokenizer
      AWT
  • Components
  • Event-Delegation-Model
  • Listeners & Layouts
  • ndividual components Lable, Button, CheckBox, Radio Button
  • Choice, List, Menu, Text Field, Text Area
    INNER CLASSES

  1. Introduction
  2. Member inner class
  3. Static inner class
  4. Local inner class
  5. Anonymous inner class

COLLECTION FRAME ,WRAPPER CLASSES & NETWORKING

  1. Introduction
  2. Util Package interfaces, List, Set, Map
  3. List interface 7 its classes
  4. Set interface & its classes
  5. Map interface & its classes.
    WRAPPER CLASSES
  • Introduction
  • Byte, Short, Integer, Long, Float, Double, Character, Boolean classes.
    NETWORKING

  1. Introduction
  2. Socket, Server socket
  3. Client –Server Communication.

I/O STREAMS,PACKAGES & SWING (JFC)

  1. Introduction
  2. Byte-oriented streams
  3. Character – oriented streams
  4. File,Random-access file
  5. Serialization.
    PACKAGES
  • Introduction to all predefined packages
  • User Defined Packages
  • Access Specifier
    SWING (JFC)

  1. Introduction Diff b/w awt and swing
  2. Components hierarchy
  3. Panes
  4. Individual Swings components Jlabel
  5. JButton, JTextField, JTextAres.

MULTITHREADING & EXCEPTION HANDLING

  1. Introduction
  2. Thread Creations
  3. Thread Life Cycle
  4. Life Cycle Methods
  5. Synchronization
  6. Wait() notify() notify all() methods.
    EXCEPTION HANDLING
  • Introduction
  • Pre Defined Exceptions
  • Try-Catch-Finally
  • Throws, throw
  • User Defined Exception examples.