Advanced Java Programming Training

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Course Description

 
Client/server applications can be written utilizing both the java.net and java.rmi packages. Security is also covered in detail throughout several chapters including security policies and data encryption. XML parsing is done using the JAXP API. Programmers can use C and C++ functions from their Java programs using JNI. The course ends with several chapters on design patterns and how they can be put to best use in different types of Java applications.
Course Length: 5 Days
Course Tuition: $2090 (US)

Prerequisites

Either Java Programming or Java Fundamentals for Non-C Programmers is required.

Course Outline

 

Advanced I/O - Object Serialization
What is Serialization?
Serializable Objects
Writing an Object
Reading an Object
Handling Exceptions
Customizing Serialization
Controlling Serialization
Versioning

Advanced I/O - New I/O
The java.nio package
Buffers and Channels
Buffer Implementations
Buffer Methods
ByteBuffer Methods
FileChannel
File Locking
MappedByteBuffer
Transferring Data Between Channels
Character Sets

Reflection
Introduction to Reflection
The Class Class
The reflect Package
Constructors
Fields
Methods
Exception Handling and Reflection
JavaBeans
Dynamic Programming

Advanced JDBC
JDBC SQL Escape Syntax
The execute() Method
Batch Updates
Updatable Result Sets
Large Objects
Working with Savepoints
RowSets
CachedRowSets
DataSources

Networking with Sockets
Clients and Servers
Ports, Addresses and Protocols
The Socket Class
Communication Using I/O
Servers
The ServerSocket Class
Concurrent Servers
The URL Class
The URLConnection Class

Remote Method Invocation
Distributed Applications
Stubs
Steps to Create a Remote Object
An RMI Client
An RMI Server
RMI Classes and Interfaces
Class Distribution
RMI Utilities
Parameter Passing and Serialization
Advanced RMI
Client Callbacks
Dynamic Class Loading
Activation
Activatable Objects
Registering Activatable Objects
Security and Activation
JNDI and RMI Registry
RMI-IIOP
Managing Security Policies
Untrusted Code
Security Managers
The Java Security Model
Policy Entries
Policy Files
Using the Policy Tool
Securing Applets
Securing Applications

Keys, Signatures, and Certificates
Jar Files
Data Security Concerns
Message Digests
Digital Signatures
Using keytool
Using jarsigner
Certificates
Certificate Chains
Managing Keys and Certificates
Security Policies for Signed Code

Encryption with the javax.crypto Package
Cryptography Concepts
Encryption Keys
Cipher Algorithms
Modes and Padding Schemes
The Cipher Class
Encrypting and Decrypting Data
Cipher Output Stream
Cipher Input Stream
Encryption using Password Ciphers
Exchanging Encrypted Keys
Sealed Objects Java Authentication and Authorization Service (JAAS)
Authentication and Authorization
JAAS Overview
LoginContext
Subjects, Principals, and PrivilegedActions
Authentication with the NTLoginModule
Defining Permissions in Policy Files
KeyStoreLoginModule
Callbacks
NameCallback and PasswordCallback
The Policy Class

Java Naming and Directory Interface (JNDI)
Naming and Directory Services
Namespaces and Contexts
Naming Operations
Bindings
Attributes
Directory Operations
DNS Lookups with JNDI
JNDI in J2EE
Parsing XML with Java - JAXP
The Java API for XML Processing
Introduction to SAX Parsing
SAXParser and JAXP
SAX Event Methods
Introduction to DOM
Parsing DOM with JAXP
The DOM API
Validation
Transformation
Native Methods
Overview of Java Native Methods and JNI
How to Create and Use Native Methods
Native Method Declaration
Using javah
Creating the Implementation Code
Compilation
Distribution
Using the Native Methods
JNI
Passing Arguments
Calling Java Methods in Native Code
JNI Signatures

Java Design Patterns - Creational Patterns
What are Design Patterns?
What are Creational Patterns?
Singleton - Introduction
Singleton - Implementation
Singleton - When to Use?
Factory Method - Introduction
Factory Method - Implementation
Factory Method - When to Use?
Builder - Introduction
Builder - Implementation
Builder - When to Use?

Java Design Patterns - Structural Patterns
What are Structural Patterns?
Facade - Introduction
Facade - Implementation
Facade - When to Use?
Adapter - Introduction
Adapter - Implementation
Adapter - When to Use?
Composite - Introduction
Composite - Implementation
Composite - When to Use?

Java Design Patterns - Behavioral Patterns
What are Behavioral Patterns?
Template - Introduction
Template - Implementation
Template - When to Use?
State - Introduction
State - Implementation
State - When to Use?
Observer - Introduction
Observer - Implementation
Observer - When to Use?

Appendix A JDBC SQL Programming
Error Checking and the SQLException Class
The SQLWarning Class
JDBC Types
Executing SQL Queries
ResultSetMetaData
Executing SQL Updates
Using a PreparedStatement
Parameterized Statements
Stored Procedures
Transaction Management

Appendix B Eclipse
Introduction to Eclipse
Installing Eclipse
Running Eclipse for the First Time
Editors, Views, and Perspectives
Setting up a Project
Creating a New Java Application
Running a Java Application
Shortcut Key Sequences
More Shortcut Key Sequences
Setting the Classpath
Importing Existing Java Code into Eclipse
 

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Java Programming Uses & Stats

Java Programming is Used For:
Android & IOS Development Software Products Video Games Desktop GUI's
Difficulty
Popularity
Year Created
1995
Pros

Most Commonly Used: 
According to Oracle, three billion devices run on Java.  And, because of its real-world applications, it consistently ranks at the top of the TIOBE Programming Community Index. 

Great Career Choice: 
Some of the fastest-growing salaries in the U.S. in 2018 are for Java developers.  (Glassdoor)  

Android Apps Development:
Developers predominatly use their Java skills in building apps for Google's Android. The Android platform is the number one mobile paltform in the world

It Can Run On Any Platform:
Java can compile on Windows and run the same compiled file on Linux, Windows and Mac.

Great Supporting IDE's:
Over the years, coding in Java has become simpler with the introduction of open source development tools, i.e. Eclipse and NetBeans that use Java capabilities for debugging.  
 

Cons

Uses a Lot of Memory:
Performance can be significantly slower with Java and more memory-consuming than natively compiled languages such as C or C++.

Difficulty in Learning: 
Learning Java can be a bit challenging if you are a beginner.  However, once you get the hang of Object Oriented Programming and a decent grasp of the syntax, you will be well on your way.

Slow Start Up Times:
There is quite a bit of one-time initialization done by JDK classes before compiling as well as loading classes and verification (making sure code doesn't do evil things, all of which takes longer that some other languages such as C. 

Verbose and Complex Code:
Long, over-complicated sentences make code less readable and scannable. Compare to let's say Python, we can see how clear Python code appears: It doesn’t require semicolons; uses “and,” “or,” and “not” as operators instead of Java’s “&&,” “||,” and “!”; and generally has fewer bells and whistles such as parentheses or curly braces.

Commercial License Cost:
Companies have to prepare for the changes that Oracle will institute in 2019 . Today, the current version of Java is free and available for redistribution for general purpose computing. However, If you are a DEVELOPER, Oracle recommends you review the roadmap information for Java SE 8 and beyond and take appropriate action depending on the type of application you develop and your distribution mode.

Java Programming Job Market
Average Salary
$102,000
Job Count
26,856
Top Job Locations

New York City 
San Jose
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Complimentary Skills to have along with Java Programming

- If you are an experienced Java developer, learning a complimentary language to Java should come much more naturally.  As an example JetBrains recently created the Kotlin programming language which is officially supported by Google for mobile development.  Kotlin compiles to Java bytecode and runs on the JVM; it's purported to address many of Java's shortcomings...

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