Introduction to Programming & Coding | Java Basics for Non-Developers (TTCODE101-J)

Start Date: January 01, 1970 – 12:00 AM (Pacific Time)

End Date: January 01, 1970 – 12:00 AM (Pacific Time)

$2,195.00

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Course Description:

This course is a beginner level course for students who are interested in diving into java development. This course teaches all the fundamentals and basic concepts of programming in general and also focuses on some key features of Java as well and enlightens the students as to why Java is still one of the most relevant programming languages.

The course focuses mainly on Object-oriented concepts in Java along with an emphasis on the structural integrity of applications and why it is important to get the structure of application right from the very beginning.

Some high-level concepts like memory allocation, standard I/O, algorithm building and application security are also highlighted in this course. Throughout this course, you will gain experience in developing real world applications using Java, and during this process you will face the real world problems that are faced by developers and you will also be taught how to handle them.

There is a lot of emphasis on the structure of the application in this course, as new developers should learn to get their coding patterns and development structure right before anything else. This also includes setting/configuring the environment and the environment variables as well.

The salary of a Java developer is around $90,000 in today’s market and the need for Java developers is ever increasing.

Course Outline

  • Fundamentals of the Program Development Cycle
    • Computer Architecture
    • The Notion of Algorithms
    • Source Code vs. Machine Code
    • Compile-Time vs. Run-Time
    • Software Program Architecture
    • Standalone
    • Client/Server
    • Distributed
    • Web-Enabled
    • IDE (Interactive Development Environment) Concepts

    Application Development Fundamentals

    • Structure of a Java Program
    • Memory Concepts
    • Fundamental Data Type Declarations
    • Fundamental I/O Concepts
    • Fundamental Operators
    • Arithmetic Operators
    • Logical Operators
    • Precedence and Associativity
    • Building and Deploying a Java Program

    Introduction to Classes and Objects

    • Classes, Objects and Methods
    • Object Instances
    • Declaring and Instantiating a Java Object
    • Declaring Methods
    • set and get Methods
    • Initiating Objects with Constructors
    • Primitive Types vs. Reference Types

    Flow Control

    • Conditional Constructs
    • Looping Constructs
    • Counter-Controlled Repetition
    • Sentinel-Controlled Repetition
    • Nested Control Constructs
    • break and continue Statements
    • Structured Programming Best Practices

    Writing Methods (Functions)

    • Static vs. Dynamic Allocation
    • Declaring Methods
    • Declaring Methods with Multiple Parameters
    • Method-Call Stack
    • Scope of Declarations
    • Argument Promotion and Casting
    • Designing Methods for Reusability
    • Method Overloading

    Arrays

    • Purpose of Arrays
    • Declaring and Instantiating Arrays
    • Passing Arrays to Methods
    • Multidimensional Arrays
    • Variable-Length Argument Lists
    • Using Command-Line Arguments
    • Using Environment Variables

    Deeper Into Classes and Objects

    • Controlling Access to Class Members
    • Referencing the Current Object Using this
    • Overloading Constructors
    • Default and No-Argument Constructors
    • Composition of Classes
    • Garbage Collection and Destructors
    • The finalize Method
    • Static Class Members

    Defining Classes Using Inheritance

    • Superclasses and Subclasses
    • Advantages of Using Inheritance
    • protected Class Members
    • Constructors in Subclasses

    Increasing Convenience by Using Polymorphism

    • Purpose of Polymorphic Behavior
    • The Concept of a Signature
    • Abstract Classes and Methods
    • final Methods and Classes
    • Purpose of Interfaces
    • Using and Creating Interfaces
    • Common Interfaces of the Java API

    Files and Streams

    • Concept of a Stream
    • Class File
    • Sequential Access
    • Object Serialization to/from Sequential Access Files
    • Additional java.io Classes

    Fundamental Searching and Sorting

    • Introduction to Searching Algorithms
    • Linear Search
    • Binary Search
    • Introduction to Sorting Algorithms
    • Selection Sort
    • Insertion Sort
    • Merge Sort

    Fundamental Data Structures

    • Dynamic Memory Allocation
    • Linked Lists
    • Stacks
    • Queues
    • Trees

    Exception Handling

    • Types of Exceptions
    • Exception Handling Overview
    • Exception Class Hierarchy
    • Extending Exception Classes
    • When to Throw or Assert Exceptions

    Formatted Output

    • printf Syntax
    • Conversion Characters
    • Specifying Field Width and Precision
    • Using Flags to Alter Appearance
    • Printing Literals and Escape Sequences
    • Formatting Output with Class Formatter

    Strings, Characters and Regular Expressions

    • Fundamentals of Characters and Strings
    • String Class
    • String Operations
    • StringBuilder Class
    • Character Class
    • StringTokenizer Class
    • Regular Expressions
    • Regular Expression Syntax
    • Pattern Class
    • Matcher Class

    Fundamental GUI Programming Concepts

    • Overview of Swing Components
    • Displaying Text and Graphics in a Window
    • Event Handling with Nested Classes
    • GUI Event Types and Listener Interfaces
    • Mouse Event Handling
    • Layout Managers

Course Objectives

Here are the main objectives of this course and what this course plans to teach.

  • Basic concepts of programming
  • Fundamentals of Java
  • Setting up and getting familiar with development environment, including IDE’s
  • Understanding object oriented development
  • Learning how to make classes, methods and objects
  • Learning loops, their importance and usage
  • Use of conditions and regular expressions
  • Learning importance of lists and arrays
  • Basic GUI skills
  • Error and exception handling
  • Formatting output and formatter class

Target Audience

The ideal audience for this course are the people who want to gain programming skills. More specifically people who want to develop or enhance their skills in Java development.

Students are not age-specific, anyone of any age willing learn programming can enroll and get started.

Prerequisites

Not many technical prerequisites required, only these:

  • Familiar with Windows environment
  • Wants to learn how things work within any application
  • Basic idea of number theory
  • Is able to follow suggested steps
  • Can think their way out of technical problems
  • Eager to solve problems and able to visualize problem solving skills

Inclusions

With CCS Learning Academy, you’ll receive:

  • Certified Instructor-led training
  • Official Training Seminar Student Handbook
  • Pre and Post assessments/evaluations
  • Collaboration with classmates (not currently available for self-paced course)
  • Real-world learning activities and scenarios
  • Exam scheduling support*
  • Enjoy job placement assistance for the first 12 months after course completion.
  • This course is eligible for CCS Learning Academy’s Learn and Earn Program: get a tuition fee refund of up to 50% if you are placed in a job through CCS Global Tech’s Placement Division*
  • Government and Private pricing available.*

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