Oracle JAVA SE 8 Programming Training

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Oracle JAVA SE 8 Programming training is an important course delivering the core concepts and advanced features for designing object-oriented applications using Application Programming Interfaces (API) and Java Standard Edition 8 (Java SE 8) Platform. The aspirants looking to build career in software development can start from this course, getting all the essential inputs required to be a developer. Get expert guidance on the best practices on the use of the language to build robust applications.

Oracle JAVA SE 8 Programming course, develops the following skills:

  • Object-oriented skills and proficiency in creating Java technology applications with the latest JDK technology
  • Creating high-performing multi-threaded applications
  • Leverage the object –oriented features including inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism
  • Implement input/output functionalities to read and write data and text streams
  • Store and manipulate data using Java Collections framework
  • Connect with database using  SQL queries through JDBC  and JPA technology and perform operations on database and
  • Manipulate files, directories and file systems
  • Use exception handling  to implement error-handling techniques
Target audience
  • Developer
  • Java EE Developers
  • Java Developers
Prerequisites

Java SE 8 Fundamentals

Exams (optional)
Exam Training Required Associated Certifications
Java SE 8 Programmer II 1Z0-809 Java SE 8 Programming Oracle Certified Professional (OCP), Java SE 8 Programmer

1. Java Platform Overview

  • Defining how the Java language achieves platform independence
  • Differentiating between the Java ME, Java SE, and Java EE Platforms
  • Evaluating Java libraries, middle-ware, and database options
  • Defining how the Java language continues to evolve

2. Java Syntax and Class Review

  • Creating simple Java classes
  • Creating primitive variables
  • Using operators
  • Creating and manipulate strings
  • Using if-else and switch statements
  • Iterating with loops: while,do-while,for,enhanced for
  • Creating arrays
  • Using Java fields, constructors, and methods

3. Encapsulation and Subclassing

  • Using encapsulation in Java class design
  • Modeling business problems using Java classes
  • Making classes immutable
  • Creating and use Java subclasses
  • Overloading methods

4. Overriding Methods, Polymorphism, and Static Classes

  • Using access levels: private, protected, default, and public
  • Overriding methods
  • Using virtual method invocation
  • Using varargs to specify variable arguments
  • Using the instanceof operator to compare object types
  • Using upward and downward casts
  • Modeling business problems by using the static keyword
  • Implementing the singleton design pattern

5. Abstract and Nested Classes

  • Designing general-purpose base classes by using abstract classes
  • Constructing abstract Java classes and subclasses
  • Applying final keyword in Java
  • Distinguish between top-level and nested classes

6. Interfaces and Lambda Expressions

  • Defining a Java interface
  • Choosing between interface inheritance and class inheritance
  • Extending an interface
  • Defaulting methods
  • Anonymous inner classes
  • Defining a Lambda Expression

7. Collections and Generics

  • Creating a custom generic class
  • Using the type inference diamond to create an object
  • Creating a collection by using generics
  • Implementing an ArrayList
  • Implementing a TreeSet
  • Implementing a HashMap
  • Implementing a Deque
  • Ordering collections

8. Collections Streams, and Filters

  • Describing the Builder pattern
  • Iterating through a collection using lambda syntax
  • Describing the Stream interface
  • Filtering a collection using lambda expressions
  • Calling an existing method using a method reference
  • Chaining multiple methods together
  • Defining pipelines in terms of lambdas and collections

9. Lambda Built-in Functional Interfaces

  • Listing the built-in interfaces included in java.util.function
  • Core interfaces - Predicate, Consumer, Function, Supplier
  • Using primitive versions of base interfaces
  • Using binary versions of base interfaces

10. Lambda Operations

  • Extracting data from an object using map
  • Describing the types of stream operations
  • Describing the Optional class
  • Describing lazy processing
  • Sorting a stream
  • Saving results to a collection using the collect method
  • Grouping and partition data using the Collectors class

11. Exceptions and Assertions

  • Defining the purpose of Java exceptions
  • Using the try and throw statements
  • Using the catch, multi-catch, and finally clauses
  • Autoclose resources with a try-with-resources statement
  • Recognizing common exception classes and categories
  • Creating custom exceptions
  • Testing invariants by using assertions

12. Java Date/Time API

  • Creating and manage date-based events
  • Creating and manage time-based events
  • Combining date and time into a single object
  • Working with dates and times across time zones
  • Managing changes resulting from daylight savings
  • Defining and create timestamps, periods and durations
  • Applying formatting to local and zoned dates and times

13. I/O Fundamentals

  • Describing the basics of input and output in Java
  • Read and write data from the console
  • Using streams to read and write files
  • Writing and read objects using serialization

14. File I/O (NIO.2)

  • Using the Path interface to operate on file and directory paths
  • Using the Files class to check, delete, copy, or move a file or directory
  • Using Stream API with NIO2

15. Concurrency

  • Describing operating system task scheduling
  • Creating worker threads using Runnable and Callable
  • Using an ExecutorService to concurrently execute tasks
  • Identifying potential threading problems
  • Using synchronized and concurrent atomic to manage atomicity
  • Using monitor locks to control the order of thread execution
  • Using the java.util.concurrent collections

16. The Fork-Join Framework

  • Parallelism
  • The need for Fork-Join
  • Work stealing
  • RecursiveTask
  • RecursiveTask

17. Parallel Streams

  • Reviewing the key characteristics of streams
  • Describing how to make a stream pipeline execute in parallel
  • List the key assumptions needed to use a parallel pipeline
  • Defining reduction
  • Describing why reduction requires an associative function
  • Calculating a value using reduce
  • Describing the process for decomposing and then merging work
  • Listing the key performance considerations for parallel streams

18. Database Applications with JDBC

  • Defining the layout of the JDBC API
  • Connecting to a database by using a JDBC driver
  • Submitting queries and get results from the database
  • Specifying JDBC driver information externally
  • Performing CRUD operations using the JDBC API

19. Localization

  • Describing the advantages of localizing an application
  • Defining what a locale represents
  • Read and set the locale by using the Locale object
  • Building a resource bundle for each locale
  • Calling a resource bundle from an application
  • Changing the locale for a resource bundle
Java is an incredible toolset. It’s a good language to learn the OOPS concepts and build real life applications. Java works as a prerequisite in learning many courses, namely, Hadoop, Android, Selenium, and many more.
Yes, you can. Anyone interested in learning programming concepts particularly object-oriented programming can take this course.
The career-minded programmers go by the surveys and employment markets. The employers easily absorb the Java programmers. Java is the choice of big players like LinkedIn, Reddit, Tumblr, eBay, Google, and more.
Certification validates your learning and gives an edge over other competitors. Earning a certification helps the candidates to improve the career prospects in the Software Development field. The certification owners are of higher possibility of getting increased package along with better chances of growth in career.
Get certified in the version you are most likely to use. If your company is working on 11g, it’s good to get certified against 11g version only, as the companies do not change the software version very frequently.

In case, you are not sure, then go with the latest version released by Oracle.
It is advisable to be certified in the latest version to develop the skills employers are looking for and also to validate your expertise. Oracle provides regular updates, you can identify the gap and fill it by upgrading your skills with the latest changes done by Oracle and adopted in the market.
Oracle certifications are of four levels:
OCA - Oracle Certified Associate - an entry-level certification for individuals just becoming familiar with Oracle in the tested area.

OCP - Oracle Certified Professional - next step up for candidates who had achieved the OCA certification. It is best suited for the individuals that who can execute the task unsupervised.

OCE - Oracle Certified Expert – an advanced level certification targeting niche expertise areas. These professionals show higher degree of proficiency in a very specific subject area.

OCM - Oracle Certified Master - the highest level certification offered by Oracle. The candidates owing OCM certification demonstrates the ability to administer enterprise-class databases.
Yes. For attempting the OCP exam its mandate to have OCA certification.
Yes, on the successful completion of training, you will receive a training certification from Multisoft Systems. To be certified in Java, you have to write the exam conducted by Oracle.
Yes, one can always use your Windows system to practice Java. For this install Java Development Kit (JDK) & Eclipse IDE or any other IDE on your Windows system.
Yes, Mac OS allows you to work on Java/J2ee & SOA.
Operating system requirements:   For Java 7 and later versions, you will need an Intel-based Mac running Mac OS X version 10.7.3 (Lion) and above. Administrative privileges are required to install Java on a Mac as it is performed on a system wide basis, for all users, and cannot be installed on a per-user basis.

Browser requirements: A 64-bit browser e.g. Safari, Firefox is required to run Oracle Java on Mac OS X. Chrome, a 32-bit browser, do not support Java 7 on the Mac platform.

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