IITWorkForce offer Advance Java live project training from industry experts
What is Advanced Java?
For newbies, Advanced Java begins where Core Java ends. While everything about the language and the basic programming techniques is covered in Core Java, Advanced Java is all about web applications and server programming. Advanced Java is a much bigger picture with more intense and practical applications.
What are the advantages of learning Advanced Java?
In a nutshell, Advanced Java is essentially the content that real-time applications demand.
- In Advanced Java concepts, students learn all about client-server architecture, the wide range of web servers like Apache Tomcat, Microsoft IIS, Google Web Server, and so on.
- Core and Advanced Java concepts form the basis for ruling technologies like Hadoop, Python, and Cloud Services. Hence, it is imperative to know these Advanced Java concepts.
- Advanced Java frameworks like Spring, Hibernate, Struts, etc help in developing secured web applications for E-commerce, Banking, Health Care, and Finance industries.
- Most APIs and mobile applications use Advanced Java for being versatile, platform-independent, and robust.
What concepts are covered in the Advanced Java course?
Java is an easy to learn, a platform-independent, versatile, high-level programming language that is widely used in many organizations across the globe. The different concepts covered during our the training program are:
- J2EE concepts/Servlets/JSP/Installation of Apache Tomcat Web Server
- Web Application Packaging Structure
- Servlet Life Cycle, Servlet Configuration and Context, Servlet Request/Response Object, Servlet Filters, Session Management, Servlet Communication
- JSP Technology and Life Cycle, JSPvs Servlet, JSP Implicit Objects, Handling Errors, Expression Language
- MVC Architecture, Mini MVC project
- Introduction to XML, Validate XML using XSD/DTD, XML Parsing using SAX/DOM parsers
- Hibernate, Hibernate Configuration, Hibernate Query Language
- JDBC Vs ORM Framework
- Spring Overview, Spring Bean Configuration, Spring Framework with Spring Boot
- Various Web Services – Architecture, Web service using Apache Tomcat/CXF, Spring Webservices, RESTful Webservices, JAXB
- JMS Architecture, JMS Transitions
- Version Control, Unit Testing
Who is qualified for real-time Java Projects?
Given the current demand for software languages and the evergreen, versatile nature of Core Java and J2EE concepts, everyone who aspires to become a part of the IT industry should take the initiative and learn Java.
However, coming down to the brass tacks, all job aspirants who have completed the Advanced Java course are eligible for enrolling themselves for the live projects.
Note: For beginners, we offer an 80-hour Advanced Java course. Check out www.h2kinfosys.com for additional course details.
What are the advantages of doing a Java Project?
The real-time project in Advanced Java essentially helps our interns to master the concepts learned during the training phase. On successful project completion in Advanced Java, our interns have the following benefits:
- First and foremost, it closes the gap between theoretical learning and practical experience as they work on live projects.
- Most importantly, working on live projects instills confidence in them and will enable them to crack the crucial interviews with ease.
- Finally, the project experience reflects on their resume and adds weightage to it.
What will you learn during the Java Project?
In the course of a typical real-time Java Project, our interns will gain command over the following
- Developing real-time web applications.
- Designing flow charts using flow charts.
- Have a working knowledge of Java concepts like – Servlets, JSP, with the understanding of web designing tools like HTML.
- Data integration techniques using various databases like Oracle, MySQL, etc.
What can you expect after the Java Project completion?
On project completion, our interns would have absolute mastery of the Advanced Java concepts and will know about the full Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). While we employ Agile Scrum methodology during our project development, our interns will get a sneak peek at the other traditional life cycle methodologies as well.
By the end of the Advanced Java project, every Java Developer will have witnessed the various stages of the project from gathering the requirements, database integrations, coding, unit testing, code integration, debugging, and so on.
Our interns, during the course of the project as a developer, will imbibe all the skills of a team player, comprehend the advantages of best practice sharing, and begin to see how the different teams collaborate to drive the project through completion.
Finally, you emerge as an expert Java Developer with a complete understanding of software development, and not to mention the impressive resume with unbeatable work experience.
What happens after Project Completion?
Now that you are a much wiser person as a software developer, the next step is the resume-building exercise which is handled by none other than the project lead.
After crafting a striking resume, our staffing team will take over from there. They begin to line-up interviews based on your comfort zone after assessing your strong and weak points. If need be, the mentors/trainers step up to groom you for the upcoming interviews and provide you with tips on how to crack the interviews.
Once the candidate is placed, the rest is history!