Java2 Advanced Programming Training in Juneau

Enroll in or hire us to teach our Java2 Advanced Programming class in Juneau, Alaska by calling us @303.377.6176. Like all HSG classes, Java2 Advanced Programming may be offered either onsite or via instructor led virtual training. Consider looking at our public training schedule to see if it is scheduled: Public Training Classes
Provided there are enough attendees, Java2 Advanced Programming may be taught at one of our local training facilities.

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Course Description

Students interested in learning more about the Java programming language should take this course to learn advanced programming techniques and concepts.
Course Length: 3 Days
Course Tuition: $1190 (US)


To ensure your success, we recommend you first take the following Element K course or have equivalent knowledge: Java 2: Programming Language

Course Outline


Lesson 1: Examination Concepts

  • Topic 1A: Determining an Object’s Type
  • Task 1A-1: Using the instance of Operator
  • Task 1A-2: Using the Class.getName() Method
  • Topic 1B: Reflection
  • Task 1B-1: Using Reflection
  • Topic 1C: Comparing Objects for Equality
  • Task 1C-1: Comparing Objects for Equality

 Lesson 2: Exception Handling

  • Topic 2A: Overview of Exceptions
  • Task 2A-1: Following the Control Flow of an Exception Handler
  • Topic 2B: Writing Exception Handlers
  • Task 2B-1: Writing an Exception Handler

 Lesson 3: Data Structures

  • Topic 3A: Arrays
  • Task 3A-1: Creating an Array
  • Task 3A-2: Manipulating an Array
  • Topic 3B: Collections
  • Task 3B-1: Choosing a Collection
  • Task 3B-2: Working with Collections
  • Task 3B-3: Manipulating a List
  • Topic 3C: Other Data Structures
  • Task 3C-1: Working with a Bit Set
  • Task 3C-2: Working with the Stack Class
  • Task 3C-3: Working with the Hashtable Class

 Lesson 4: I/O

  • Topic 4A: Overview of the Package
  • Task 4A-1: Working with the File Class
  • Task 4A-2: Identifying Input and Output Streams
  • Task 4A-3: Identifying Readers and Writers
  • Topic 4B: Reading Files
  • Task 4B-1: Reading Data from a File
  • Topic 4C: Writing Files
  • Task 4C-1: Writing Data to a File
  • Topic 4D: Reading and Writing Objects
  • Task 4D-1: Serializing an Object

 Lesson 5: Multi-Threaded Programming

  • Topic 5A: Overview of Threads
  • Task 5A-1: Observing a Computer’s Processes
  • Task 5A-2: Observing a Multi-Threaded Program
  • Topic 5B: Using Threads
  • Task 5B-1: Deciding Between Daemon and Non-Daemon Threads
  • Task 5B-2: Creating a Multi-Threaded Program
  • Topic 5C: Synchronization
  • Task 5C-1: Synchronizing a Light Show
  • Task 5C-2: The Producer/Consumer Problem

 Lesson 6: JDBC

  • Topic 6A: Overview of SQL
  • Task 6A-1: Working with the SELECT Statement
  • Task 6A-2: Modifying Data in a Database
  • Topic 6B: Using JDBC
  • Task 6B-1: Configuring ODBC for use with JDBC
  • Task 6B-2: Querying a Database

 Lesson 7: Basic Networking

  • Topic 7A: Overview of Networking
  • Task 7A-1: Networking Concepts
  • Task 7A-2: Identifying Your Computer’s IP Address
  • Task 7A-3: Using the InetAddress Class
  • Topic 7B: Sockets
  • Task 7B-1: Implementing the Client Side of a Socket
  • Task 7B-2: Implementing the Server Side of a Socket
  • Task 7B-3: Using the Remote File Copy Application
  • Topic 7C: Datagram Sockets
  • Task 7C-1: Using Datagram Sockets

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