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Java Training in Noida

Sofcon is one of the leading Java training center in the entire NCR region. Getting the right education is necessary, but getting training from the right educational center helps in imparting excellent skills sets to your list. The education institution is known to be one of the top 10 Java training institutes for providing quality education with hands-on experience in practical work.

Research says that there has been a continuous increase of Java developers, which suggest the requirement, especially to technical graduates. Sofcon has state of art lab facilities which combined forms it as the best Java training institute. The advanced Java and core training institute help the special candidates who have a clear understanding of Java but need little more enhancement can join Sofcon which is the best advanced Java training institute in Noida, which adds little more feathers to their wings.

Engineering is all time trending sector to study and work in the same. We at Sofcon aim to provide you education as per your convenience. The live project Java training adds an extra edge to the You can join the weekend classes to enhance your technical skills or to boost your programming skills. Likewise, there are many other batches available such as daytime batches (regular batches) and evening batches as well. So, that no one (candidate) lags behind in securing a good position in top organizations.

The course fee is designed in such a way that even non-working candidate can also take admission in this certification course. After successful completion of the course, we provide complete assistance for job hiring as well. Sofcon provides guaranteed placement to the candidates. So, are you still looking out for the job? Or you are frustrated with a current job in the software industry. You looking for a change or want to become a part of the technical team, then Java developers are one of the most trending jobs ever known till date.

Core Java Syllabus

Introduction About Java and Core Java
• Introduction about Android.
• Key Features Of Java Programming Language
• Basics of Object Oriented Programming
• Compiling and Running First Java Program
• Java Data Types
• Java Operators
• Primitive Type Casting
• Taking Input from Console (Using Console class)
• constant (final variable)

Control Statement
• if-else statement
• switch-case statement
• for loop
• while loop
• do-while loop

Declaring Class
• Declaring class
• Instantiating class
• Java memory management
• Object and Reference
• Declaring class member (Methods and Variables)
• Calling methods (call by value and call by reference)
• Method Overloading (Static Polymorphism)
• Java Access Modifiers (public, protected, private, default)
• static methods and variables
• Declaring constant. (final modifiers)

Constructors
• What are constructors?
• Need for constructors
• Declaring constructor
• Default Constructor
• Parameterized Constructors
• Usage of this keyword
• Constructor chaining

Package
• Concept of package
• Creating user defined packages

String Processing and Data Formatting
• The immutability of java.lang.String class
• Key methods of the java.lang.String class
• The java.lang.StringBuffer and java.lang.StringBuilder class
• Dates, Numbers, Currencies and Locales
• Parsing, Tokenizing and Formatting

Introduction about Array
• Declaring, Instantiating, and Initializing 1D array
• Concept of Array of Arrays [2D array]
• Passing arrays to methods
• var-args (Variable arguments)
• Example: Array of reference
• Example: Array of String

Implementation of Inheritance & Polymorphism
• Basics of Inheritance
• IS-A and HAS-A Relationship
• Member access and inheritance
• Constructor in inheritance
• Use of super keyword
• Calling super class constructor (super() constructor call)
• Method Overriding (Dynamic Polymorphism)
• final method
• Dynamic Method Dispatch
• Reference Variable Casting
• abstract class and abstract methods
• Example using abstract class
• Declaring interface
• Example : using interface
• Difference Between Abstract Class And Interface
• The Object class
• Key methods of the Object class

Android Garbage Collection
• Overview of garbage collection
• How garbage collector works
• Writing code that makes object explicitly garbage collected
Concept about Exception Handling
• Concept of Exception in Java
• Exception class hierarchy
• Handling exceptions using try, catch, finally
• Use of throws clause (Propagating Exception)
• Use of throw Clause
• Creating User Defined Exception Class

Concept of Threading
• Overview Of Threads
• Defining, Instantiating And Running Thread
• Thread Life Cycle (Thread State Transition)
• sleep() and join() method
• Thread Priorities and yield() method
• Thread Synchronization
• Inter thread interconnection

Inner Class in Java
• Regular Inner Class
• Method Local Inner Class
• Anonymous Inner class
• static Nested Class

Wrapper Class in Java
• Overview
• Wrapper conversion utilities
• Auto-boxing and Auto-unboxing
• Method Overloading Revisited With primitive, wrapper and var-args

Generic Class in Java
• Overview
• A simple example of generics
• Working of generic class
• Generic class with one and two type parameters
• Wild card parameters
• Creating generic methods
• Generic constructor
• Casting of generic references

Collection Framework in Java
• Overriding toString(),equals() and hashCode() methods from the Object class
• Collection Framework overview
• Important Classes And Interfaces In Collection Framework
• Working with List
• Working with Set
• Working with Map
• Generic Collections
• Mixing Generic and non-generic collections
• Sorting and searching collection
• Working with Date and Calendar class

Advance Java Course (J2EE +J2SE)
J2EE Course Contents

Java 2 Enterprise Edition:
• The Enterprise today
• J2EE Platform
• J2EE Architecture
• Developing J2EE Applications

Database Programming with JDBC:
• Java Database Connectivity
• Database Drivers
• JDBC Core API
• Open database Connectivity

Servlets:
• Servlets
• Servlet Implementation
• More about Servlets
• Tomcat Documentation

JSP – Java Server Pages:
• JSP Basics & Architecture
• The Nuts & Bolts
• JSP Application Design
• Tag Libraries

Remote method Invocation:
• Remote Objects
• Stubs & Skeletons
• Serialization Classes
• Remote Interfaces

Enterprise Java Bean:
• Components of EJB
• Session Bean
• Entity Bean
• Message driven Bean
• Java Transaction Services
• Transaction Manager Functionality
• Transaction Model
• Transaction Manager Implementation

Java Transaction API:
• Introduction
• Distributed Transaction Process & Transaction Manager
• Sample Program

Java Naming & Directory Services Interface:
• Naming Services Overview
• Directory Services Overview
• Naming Service Provider
• Directory Service provider

JavaMail:
• Implementation of System
• JavaMail with Weblogic
• Sending Message with JavaMail
• Reading Message with JavaMail

Struts:
• Introduction to Frameworks
• Frameworks vs Class Libraries
• Struts Framework
• Configuration
• Packages in Struts

XML:
• Role of XML
• XML Syntax & Parsing
• Elements. Tags & Attributes
• Roles & functions of DTD
• XML Schema Structure
• JAXP – Java XML API
• XML Parsers for Java
• Role of SAX & DOM

Why To Choose Sofcon for JAVA Training

• Training program as per International Code & Standard
• NSDC Affiliated certificate
• Guided by the industry’s renowned professionals with unprecedented knowledge of the Industry.
• Highly interactive program with practical and relevant case studies.
• Training by extensively researched self-developed cutting edge techniques.
• Skill development techniques with comprehensive set of documentation, practical skills and tools used in the Industry.
• Fully equipped lab facilities with latest technology
• Interactive, interesting and motivational training sessions.
• Access to enormous reference books and research materials.
• Live Project & onsite exposure(Industrial Visit)
• Interview Preparation
• Placement tie up with leading Industries
• Assured Job opportunity in Core Industries

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