Advanced Java Programming(3 days) Training in Austin

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Course Description

 
This intensive, hands-on course explores advanced Java 5.0 Standard Edition language features and packages. Students will learn to parse XML documents using the JAXP API. Multi-threaded applications will be covered in detail including concepts such as deadlocks and race conditions. Students will also learn how to utilize more advanced I/O capabilities with object serialization and low-level file I/O with the java.nio package. Client/server applications will be written utilizing both the java.net and java.rmi packages. The course ends with an overview of J2EE. Additional topics on JNI, performance tuning, and advanced RMI are included as appendices for further study.
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1290 (US)

Prerequisites

Intermediate Java Programming or equivalent experience is required.

Course Outline

 

Processing 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

Introduction to Threads
Non-Threaded Applications
Threaded Applications
Creating Threads
Thread States
Runnable Threads
Coordinating Threads
Interrupting Threads
Runnable Interface
ThreadGroups

Thread Synchronization and Concurrency
Race Conditions
Synchronized Methods
Deadlocks
Synchronized Blocks
Thread Communication � wait()
Thread Communication � notify()
Java 5.0 Concurrency Improvements
Thread-Aware Collections
Executor
Callable

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

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

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

Java Performance Tuning
Is Java Slow?
Don't Optimize Until You Profile
HotSpot Virtual Machine
Garbage Collection Concepts
Garbage Collection Generations
Garbage Collection in Java 5.0
Object Creation
String, StringBuffer, and StringBuilder
Synchronized
Inline methods
Tuning Collections

Appendix A - Advanced RMI
Client Callbacks
Dynamic Class Loading
Activation
Activatable Objects
Registering Activatable Objects
Security and Activation
JNDI and RMI Registry
RMI-IIOP

Appendix B - 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
 

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