Core Java

Core Java

The Internet helped catapult java to the forefront of programming, and java, in turn, has had a profound effect on the Internet. Java is one of the most preferred language when it comes to performance. It is an interpreted language, so the bytecodes interpretation is of high performance.At runtime these bytecodes are easily translated to machine code by just-in-time compilers.

Java is certainly best programming language available to serious programmers out there. It is one of the best and most widely used programming language. Java is a powerful language with great features. Talking in terms of technology, Java is not a language, it is a full featured platform. If we talk about high level features then Java platform contains a wide variety of Java Libraries. These libraries has lot of useful reusable code already written. It also has execution environment within it which provides security, simplicity, portability. Its one good feature is automatic garbage collection which makes Java easier to use. If we talk about some other features then this language provides huge API’s (Application Programming Interface) , great syntax and semantics to code. It has everything that makes it a language to get addicted.

Java is an Interpreted Programming Language. Interpreted languages provides advantages of platform independence. Generally Java program is first compiled into bytecode and this bytecode is been interpreted by the interpreter installed on different JVM’s. Java is a Robust Programming Language. Java was designed to write reliable programs. Its main aim was to become a language which can detect as many as possible errors early rather than at runtime. Java detects many such issues at compile time only as compared to many other programming language which have issues at runtime. Java is considered to be Robust because it overcomes problem of memory leakage and data corruption.

Java is one of the most highly secured programming language. The creation of Java was done keeping security on high priority. As Java is language designed to be used with networked/distributed environments much of the steps were taken to make it virus free. Java is highly dynamic programming language.Java is highly Multithreaded Programming Language because it has to output better real-time behavior and response. Java’s platform dependency weakens when coming to implement threads.

WHY CYBER SUCCESS?

  • Cyber Success imparts Real-Time and Job Oriented Training in Core Java / Android Development.
  • Core Java / Android Development course has been designed keeping in mind current market trends to empower students with Technical skills.
  • Our trainers are experienced working professionals with hands on real time multiple Software projects.
  • Cyber Success is highly preferred by corporate across Pune for source of skilled candidates.
  • We have dedicated Placement Cell with target of 100% Guaranteed Interview Calls.
  • Personalized attention on every student.

Key Features

  • Hands-on training on Core Java/ Android.
  • In Depth Training on Variables, Methods, Constructors, Instance & Static Blocks.
  • Deep Understanding of OOPS (Inheritance, Encapsulation, Polymorphism & Abstraction)
  • Hands on Wrappers Classes, Inner Classes & Exceptions.
  • OCJP Training Modules & Certification preparation.
  • Wide Exposure on Strings, Packages, Collections & Multi Threading.
  • SQL/PL-SQL.
  • In Depth Logic Building sessions
  • Mock Interviews, Grooming sessions and Interview focused preparation.

Course Content

INTRODUCTION TO JAVA AND FLOW CONTROL AND OPERATORS
  • Introduction to Java
    • Basics of lava
    • First application
  • Flow control & operators
    • if,
    • if -else,
    • else -if,
    • switch
    • For,
    • while,
    • do while
  • More..
JAVA CLASS
  • Variables
  • Methods
  • Constructors
  • Instance blocks
  • Static blocks
  • More…
ARRAYS AND OOPS CONCEPT
  • Arrays
    • Introduction
    • Declaration of Arrays
    • Arrays storing Object data
  • OOPs
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
PACKAGES AND MODIFIERS
  • Packages
    • Predefined packages
    • user defined packages
    • Importing packages
    • Project modules
    • Source file declaration
  • Modifiers
    • Public, private, protected, abstract,
    • final, static, native,
    • strictfp, volatile, transient,
    • synchronized, (11 modifiers)
  • More…
INTERFACE AND GARBAGE COLLECTOR
  • Interface
    • Interface declarations
    • Marker interface
    • Adaptor classes
    • Interface vs inheritance
  • Garbage Collector
  • More..
STRING MANIPULATIONS
  • String
  • StringBuffer
  • StringBuilder
  • StringTokenizer
  • More…
WRAPPER CLASS AND NESTEDCLASSES/INNERCLASSES
  • Wrapper Class
    • Data types vs Wrapper classes
    • All wrapper classes
    • Auto boxing vs Autounboxing
    • Conversion- toString() ,
    • parseXXXO,vaIue0f(), XXXVaIue().
  • NestedClasses/InnerClasses
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
EXCEPTION HANDLING AND MULTITHREADING
  • Exception handling
    • Types of Exceptions
    • Exception vs Error
    • Try -catch blocks
    • Finally block
    • Throw keyword
    • Throws keyword
    • Different types Of Exceptions and error
  • Multithreading
    • Thread info
    • Single Threaded model vs multithreaded model
    • Main Thread vs user Thread
    • Creation of user defined Thread
    • Life cycle stages of Thread
    • Thread naming
    • Thread priority
    • Thread synchronization
    • Inter Thread communication
    • Hook Thread
    • Daemon Thread

 More…

JAVA.IO PACKAGE
  • Introduction
  • Character Oriented Streams
  • Byte oriented stream
  • Writing and reading operations on file
  • Normal streams vs Buffered stream
  • File class
  • Serialization
  • Deserialization
  • More…
COLLECTION FRAMEWORK
  • Introduction about Arrays
  • Advantages of collection over arrays
  • Collection vs Collections
  • Key interfaces of Collections
  • Characteristics of Collection
  • Framework classes
  • lterators
  • Introduction about Map interface
  • List interface implementation classes
  • Set interface implementation classes
  • Map interface implementation classes
  • Comparable vs comparator
  • Sorting mechanisms of Collection
  • Objects
  • Generics
  • Type Safety
  • More…
JVM ARCHITECTURE
  • JVM
  • Structure of the JVM
  • Components of JVM
  • More…
ADVANCE TOPICS
  • AWT
  • SWING *
  • APPLET *
  • JDBC*
INTRODUCTION TO JAVA AND FLOW CONTROL AND OPERATORS
  • Introduction to Java
    • Basics of lava
    • First application
  • Flow control & operators
    • if,
    • if -else,
    • else -if,
    • switch
    • For,
    • while,
    • do while
  • More..
JAVA CLASS
  • Variables
  • Methods
  • Constructors
  • Instance blocks
  • Static blocks
  • More…
ARRAYS AND OOPS CONCEPT
  • Arrays
    • Introduction
    • Declaration of Arrays
    • Arrays storing Object data
  • OOPs
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
PACKAGES AND MODIFIERS
  • Packages
    • Predefined packages
    • user defined packages
    • Importing packages
    • Project modules
    • Source file declaration
  • Modifiers
    • Public, private, protected, abstract,
    • final, static, native,
    • strictfp, volatile, transient,
    • synchronized, (11 modifiers)
  • More…
INTERFACE AND GARBAGE COLLECTOR
  • Interface
    • Interface declarations
    • Marker interface
    • Adaptor classes
    • Interface vs inheritance
  • Garbage Collector
  • More..
STRING MANIPULATIONS
  • String
  • StringBuffer
  • StringBuilder
  • StringTokenizer
  • More…
WRAPPER CLASS AND NESTEDCLASSES/INNERCLASSES
  • Wrapper Class
    • Data types vs Wrapper classes
    • All wrapper classes
    • Auto boxing vs Autounboxing
    • Conversion- toString() ,
    • parseXXXO,vaIue0f(), XXXVaIue().
  • NestedClasses/InnerClasses
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
EXCEPTION HANDLING AND MULTITHREADING
  • Exception handling
    • Types of Exceptions
    • Exception vs Error
    • Try -catch blocks
    • Finally block
    • Throw keyword
    • Throws keyword
    • Different types Of Exceptions and error
  • Multithreading
    • Thread info
    • Single Threaded model vs multithreaded model
    • Main Thread vs user Thread
    • Creation of user defined Thread
    • Life cycle stages of Thread
    • Thread naming
    • Thread priority
    • Thread synchronization
    • Inter Thread communication
    • Hook Thread
    • Daemon Thread

 More…

JAVA.IO PACKAGE
  • Introduction
  • Character Oriented Streams
  • Byte oriented stream
  • Writing and reading operations on file
  • Normal streams vs Buffered stream
  • File class
  • Serialization
  • Deserialization
  • More…
COLLECTION FRAMEWORK
  • Introduction about Arrays
  • Advantages of collection over arrays
  • Collection vs Collections
  • Key interfaces of Collections
  • Characteristics of Collection
  • Framework classes
  • lterators
  • Introduction about Map interface
  • List interface implementation classes
  • Set interface implementation classes
  • Map interface implementation classes
  • Comparable vs comparator
  • Sorting mechanisms of Collection
  • Objects
  • Generics
  • Type Safety
  • More…
JVM ARCHITECTURE
  • JVM
  • Structure of the JVM
  • Components of JVM
  • More…
ADVANCE TOPICS
  • AWT
  • SWING *
  • APPLET *
  • JDBC*
INTRODUCTION TO JAVA AND FLOW CONTROL AND OPERATORS
  • Introduction to Java
    • Basics of lava
    • First application
  • Flow control & operators
    • if,
    • if -else,
    • else -if,
    • switch
    • For,
    • while,
    • do while
  • More..
JAVA CLASS
  • Variables
  • Methods
  • Constructors
  • Instance blocks
  • Static blocks
  • More…
ARRAYS AND OOPS CONCEPT
  • Arrays
    • Introduction
    • Declaration of Arrays
    • Arrays storing Object data
  • OOPs
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
PACKAGES AND MODIFIERS
  • Packages
    • Predefined packages
    • user defined packages
    • Importing packages
    • Project modules
    • Source file declaration
  • Modifiers
    • Public, private, protected, abstract,
    • final, static, native,
    • strictfp, volatile, transient,
    • synchronized, (11 modifiers)
  • More…
INTERFACE AND GARBAGE COLLECTOR
  • Interface
    • Interface declarations
    • Marker interface
    • Adaptor classes
    • Interface vs inheritance
  • Garbage Collector
  • More..
STRING MANIPULATIONS
  • String
  • StringBuffer
  • StringBuilder
  • StringTokenizer
  • More…
WRAPPER CLASS AND NESTEDCLASSES/INNERCLASSES
  • Wrapper Class
    • Data types vs Wrapper classes
    • All wrapper classes
    • Auto boxing vs Autounboxing
    • Conversion- toString() ,
    • parseXXXO,vaIue0f(), XXXVaIue().
  • NestedClasses/InnerClasses
    • Introduction
    • Advantages of Inner classes
    • Normal Inner classes
    • Method local inner classes
    • Anonymous inner classes
    • Static nested classes
  • More…
EXCEPTION HANDLING AND MULTITHREADING
  • Exception handling
    • Types of Exceptions
    • Exception vs Error
    • Try -catch blocks
    • Finally block
    • Throw keyword
    • Throws keyword
    • Different types Of Exceptions and error
  • Multithreading
    • Thread info
    • Single Threaded model vs multithreaded model
    • Main Thread vs user Thread
    • Creation of user defined Thread
    • Life cycle stages of Thread
    • Thread naming
    • Thread priority
    • Thread synchronization
    • Inter Thread communication
    • Hook Thread
    • Daemon Thread

 More…

JAVA.IO PACKAGE
  • Introduction
  • Character Oriented Streams
  • Byte oriented stream
  • Writing and reading operations on file
  • Normal streams vs Buffered stream
  • File class
  • Serialization
  • Deserialization
  • More…
COLLECTION FRAMEWORK
  • Introduction about Arrays
  • Advantages of collection over arrays
  • Collection vs Collections
  • Key interfaces of Collections
  • Characteristics of Collection
  • Framework classes
  • lterators
  • Introduction about Map interface
  • List interface implementation classes
  • Set interface implementation classes
  • Map interface implementation classes
  • Comparable vs comparator
  • Sorting mechanisms of Collection
  • Objects
  • Generics
  • Type Safety
  • More…
JVM ARCHITECTURE
  • JVM
  • Structure of the JVM
  • Components of JVM
  • More…
ADVANCE TOPICS
  • AWT
  • SWING *
  • APPLET *
  • JDBC*

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Indepth expertise in Software Development and Testing. Involved in Code Automation, IT Consulting & Training. Developing Best Practices, alliances & partnerships and Identification of core competency areas for the Development / Testing Delivery Practice. Transformed Technical Project Management group, by instituting project planning, tracking and oversight to predict project delivery. Group recognized as among most mature organizations company-wide.

Training wide audience on Advance Software Training in Development and Testing. The Objective being inculcating current and new technologies within candidates to help them cope with current market standards across the IT Industry and also help the IT sector with the highly skilled resources who can be productive from day one.

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Almost all the big corporations need JAVA and Android developers. This core JAVA training builds a strong foundation for J2EE course or Android. You may choose any of the training depending on your interest after finishing this training. You can be hired at entry/mid-level either JAVA developer or Android developer which depends upon your experience and the training.

All Trainers conducting courses are certified working professionals with multiple years of experience in IT industry as well as have flair of training. Trainers have extensive experience in training candidates.

All the classes are live and interactive sessions wherein you can ask questions/ queries/doubts.  We encourage students to participate in discussion.

Surely, you can attend demo session that would give you a clear insight about how are the classes conducted, what is the level of interaction in the session, do you find subject interesting? Demo session defiantly helps you in taking decision.

We can arrange back-up classes so even if you miss a class, you won’t miss the training.

Candidates undergone or attending training courses at cyber success are only eligible for placements.

You will receive unlimited interview calls for fresher’s/experienced job profile. We can help you for job change later also in your career.

You can complete the course by attending weekend sessions anytime during 1 year of period from the commencement.

The fees and duration vary from course to course and modules you choose for training. For more details on duration of courses, fee structure and payment methods please contact us.

Yes, the fee can be paid in two equal and easy instalments.

Cyber Success also equips you with the training on Agile methodologies followed in industry to manage project. Trainer will also share you interview questions & soft skills along with exposure to real time project management tools. There will be also Mock interviews for every students periodically to boost self-confidence. This is to groom students’ overall personality make them industry ready.

Yes, after successful completion of the course you will be handed with your certificate, irrespective of you being placed or not.

Cyber Success has specially designed courses keeping in mind the current industry trends. Students can take admission to such combo courses instead of get trained in only one technology/language. For example, student can take admission to AngulrJS + PHP+ SQL or Angualr JS+ Dot Net +MVC or Testing+JAVA/J2EE+Android or Testing+DotNET+AngularJS. For more details on course contents, duration, fees and guidance please contact us.

Lab exercises are important part of training courses. Apart from lab exercises we will be having real time projects for in depth training.

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