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JAVA-1 - Introduction to Programming Using Java SE 7

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Course Description

Welcome to Introduction to Programming Using Java. This Java Training Course introduces you to general programming concepts, and it can serve as the foundation Java Training Course for a complete path in computer programming skills. You will learn the basic concepts of programming using Java as the tool for learning.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this Java Training Course, students will be able to:

  • Explore various programming concepts.
  • Create simple programs.
  • Use methods to define the behavior of classes.
  • Implement the object-oriented methodology.
  • Handle errors in a program.

Course Audience

This Java Training Course is intended for students with no prior academic background in a field other than computer science or programming, who wish to embark on a Java Training Course of study that will prepare them for employment as professional software developers. Students who interact on a business basis with software development professionals and need to improve communication through better understanding of the concepts and terminology used by professional programmers will also benefit equally.

Course Outline

Lesson 1: Introduction to Programming

  • Topic 1A: Overview of Programming
  • Topic 1B: Introduction to the Software Development Life Cycle

Lesson 2: Creating Simple Programs

  • Topic 2A: Work with Variables
  • Topic 2B: Work with Operators
  • Topic 2C: Control Program Execution
  • Topic 2D: Work with Arrays

Lesson 3: Creating Programs Using Methods

  • Topic 3A: Create Methods
  • Topic 3B: Work with Built-in Methods

Lesson 4: Implementing the Object-Oriented Methodology

  • Topic 4A: Create a Class
  • Topic 4B: Create an Object
  • Topic 4C: Create a Constructor
  • Topic 4D: Create a Subclass

Lesson 5: Handling Programming Errors

  • Topic 5A: Fix Syntax Errors
  • Topic 5B: Fix Logical Errors
  • Topic 5C: Fix Runtime Errors​

Course Prerequisites

Students should be familiar with using personal computers with a mouse and keyboard. Basic typing skills are mandatory. Students should be comfortable in the use of the Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista environment, or Windows 7 environment.

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