Java is a new object-oriented programming language developed at Sun Microsystems which has achieved rapid and widespread popularity.
And that's just in the first hour. The rest of the day will be spent taking a technical tour of the language features and libraries to give you the information you need to evaluate Java's suitability for your projects. We'll explain, with program examples, the language basics, OO support, packages, interfaces, exceptions, dynamic class loading, threads and synchronization, inner classes, reflection, garbage collection, and native methods.
Next, we'll tour the rich set of libraries supporting I/O, data structures, networking, GUIs, applets, database connectivity, remote method invocation, internationalization, media and more. As time permits we'll address security, standardization, implementation technologies, Java Beans, Java Spaces, Java Server, JavaOS, JavaCC, JMAPI, JNDI, JTAPI, JFC, and other acronyms. Seat belts recommended.
The course is presented as 1 day of lecture with some live demonstration if facilities permit.
This course assumes intermediate level experience with any common programming language. You don't need to be an object-oriented programmer, but the more technical your background, the more you will get from the course. Language features will be presented at several levels, to accommodate a diverse audience.
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