Java and the Java Application Programming
Interface (API) enable programmers to serve dynamic content over the Internet
and write truly portable applications - impossible programming assignments in
traditional object-oriented languages like C++. This five day course for programmers
with limited programming experience teaches the Java programming language, details
of the Java API, and object-oriented programming fundamentals. The course emphasizes
understanding why and when to use a language feature or library resource. This
is a hands-on course consisting of 50% lecture and 50% programming exercises.
Many examples of real applets and applications are presented, giving students
an understanding of how to solve genuine programming problems in Java.
Programmers with some, but not extensive,
This course assumes that participants are comfortable with procedural programming concepts: control structures, expressions, method (function) calls, data structures (records), and references (pointers). Participants may know these topics in any language and not necessarily Java.
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