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  • 1.Programming language Types and Paradigms.
  • 2.Computer Programming Hierarchy.
  • 3.How Computer Architecture Affects a Language ?
  • 4.Why Java ?
  • 5.Flavors of Java.
  • 6.Java Designing Goal.
  • 7.Role of Java Programmer in Industry.
  • 8.Features of Java Language.
  • 9.JVM –The heart of Java
  • 10.Java’s Magic Bytecode
  • 11.Language Fundamentals

The Java Environment:

  • 1.Installing Java.
  • 2.Java Program Development
  • 3.Java Source File Structure
  • 4.Compilation
  • 5.Executions.

Basic Language Elements:

  • 1.Lexical Tokens, Identifiers
  • 2.Keywords, Literals, Comments
  • 3.Primitive Datatypes,Operators
  • 4.Assignments.
  • 5.Object Oriented Programming
  • 6.Class Fundamentals.
  • 7.Object & Object reference.
  • 8.Object Life time & Garbage Collection.
  • 9.Creating and Operating Objects.
  • 10.Constructor & initialization code block.
  • 11.Access Control, Modifiers, methods
  • 12.Nested , Inner Class &Anonymous Classes
  • 13.Abstract Class & Interfaces
  • 14.Defining Methods, Argument Passing Mechanism
  • 15.Method Overloading, Recursion.
  • 16.Dealing with Static Members. Finalize() Method.
  • 17.Native Method. Use of “this “ reference.
  • 18.Use of Modifiers with Classes & Methods.
  • 19.Design of Accessors and Mutator Methods
  • 20.Cloning Objects, shallow and deep cloning
  • 21.Generic Class Types
  • 22.Syllabus
  • 23. Extending Classes and Inheritance
  • 24.Use and Benefits of Inheritance in OOP
  • 25.Types of Inheritance in Java
  • 26.Inheriting Data Members and Methods
  • 27.Role of Constructors in inheritance
  • 28.Overriding Super Class Methods.
  • 29.Use of “super”.
  • 30.Polymorphism in inheritance.
  • 31.Type Compatibility and Conversion
  • 32.Implementing interfaces.
  • 33.Package
  • 34.Organizing Classes and Interfaces in Packages.
  • 35.Package as Access Protection
  • 36.Defining Package.
  • 37.CLASSPATH Setting for Packages.
  • 38.Making JAR Files for Library Packages
  • 39.Import and Static Import
  • 40.Naming Convention For Packages

Exception Handling:

  • 1.The Idea behind Exception
  • 2.Exceptions & Errors
  • 3.Types of Exception
  • 4.Control Flow In Exceptions
  • 5.JVM reaction to Exceptions
  • 6.Use of try, catch, finally, throw, throws in Exception Handling.
  • 7.In-built and User Defined Exceptions
  • 8.Checked and Un-Checked Exceptions

Arrays & Strings :

  • 1.Defining an Array
  • 2.Initializing & Accessing Array
  • 3.Multi –Dimensional Array
  • 4.Operation on String
  • 5.Mutable & Immutable String
  • 6.Using Collection BasesLoopfor String
  • 7.Tokenizing a String
  • 8.Creating Strings using StringBuffer


  • 1.Understanding Threads
  • 2.Needs of Multi-Threaded Programming.
  • 3.Thread Life-Cycle
  • 4.Thread Priorities
  • 5.Synchronizing Threads
  • 6.Inter Communication of Threads
  • 7.Critical Factor in Thread -DeadLock
  • 8. Applet
  • 9.Applet & Application
  • 10.Applet Architecture.
  • 11.Parameters to Applet
  • 12.Embedding Applets in Web page.
  • 13.Applet Security Policies
  • 14.A Collection of Useful Classes
  • 15.Utility Methods for Arrays
  • 16.Observable and Observer Objects
  • 17.Date & Times
  • 18.Using Scanner
  • 19.Regular Expression
  • 20.Input/Output Operation in Java( Package)
  • 21.Streams and the new I/O Capabilities
  • 22.Understanding Streams
  • 23.The Classes for Input and Output
  • 24.The Standard Streams
  • 25.Working with File Object
  • 26.File I/O Basics
  • 27.Readingand Writing to Files
  • 28.Buffer and Buffer Management
  • 29.Read/Write Operations with File Channel
  • 30.Serializing Objects
  • 31.GUI Programming
  • 32.Designing Graphical User Interfaces in Java
  • 33.Components and Containers
  • 34.Basics of Components
  • 35.Using Containers
  • 36.Layout Managers
  • 37.AWT Componets
  • 38.Adding a Menu to Window
  • 39.Extending GUI Features Using Swing Components
  • 40.Java Utilities (java.util Package)

The Collection Framework :

  • 1.Collections of Objects
  • 2.Collection Types
  • 3.Sets
  • 4.Sequence
  • 5.Map
  • 6.Understanding Hashing
  • 7.Use of ArrayList & Vector
  • 8. Event Handling
  • 9.Event-Driven Programming in Java
  • 10.Event- Handling Process
  • 11.Event-Handling Mechanism
  • 12.The Delegation Model of Event Handling
  • 13.Event Classes
  • 14.Event Sources
  • 15.Event Listeners
  • 16.Adapter Classes as Helper Classes in Event Handling
  • 17.Anonymous Inner classes a Short –cut to Event Handling
  • 18.Avoiding Deadlocks in GUI Code
  • 19.Event Types & Classes
  • 20.Networking Programming
  • 21.Networking Basics
  • 22.Client-Server Architecture
  • 23.Socket Overview
  • 24.Networking Classes and Interfaces
  • 25.Network Protocols
  • 26.Developing Networking Applications in Java
  • 27.DataBase Programming using JDBC
  • 28.Introduction to JDBC
  • 29.JDBC Drivers & Architecture
  • 30.CURD operation Using JDBC
  • 31.Connecting to non-conventional Databases
  • 32.J2EE Syllabus

Advance JDBC Programming:

  • 1.Overview of Database Driver Architecture
  • 2.Introduction to JDBC Standard Extension API (javax.sql)
  • 3.Connection Pooling
  • 4.JDBC Programming with ORACLE, MYSQL, etc.
  • 5.Batch Processing
  • 6.Connecting to non-conventional databases
  • 7.Use of Excel API
  • 8.Database cashing (case study with HSDB,CSQL)
  • 9.Working with Multiple Databases
  • 10.Handling SQL escape syntax
  • 11.Calling SQL functions, Database stored procedures
  • 12.Dealing with Database Metadata
  • 13.Handling Binary Data (Operation on Image File)
  • 14.Type mapping  & SQL3 Data types

Introduction to J2EE

  • 1.J2EE Overview
  • 2.Why J2EE?
  • 3.J2EE Architecture
  • 4.J2EE APIs
  • 5.J2EE Containers
  • 6.Java Server Technologies
  • 7.Servlet
  • 8.Web Application Basics.
  • 9.Architecture and challenges of Web Application.
  • 10.Introduction to servlet
  • 11.Servlet life cycle
  • 12.Developing and Deploying Servlets
  • 13.Exploring Deployment Descriptor (web.xml).
  • 14.Handling Request and Response
  • 15.Initializing a Servlet
  • 16.Accessing Database
  • 17.Servlet Chaining
  • 18.Session Tracking  & Management
  • 19.Dealing with cookies
  • 20.Transferring Request
  • 21.Accessing Web Context
  • 22.Passing INIT and CONTEXT Parameter
  • 23.Sharing information using scope object
  • 24.Controlling concurrent access
  • 25.User Authentication
  • 26.Filtering Request and Response
  • 27.Programming Filter
  • 28.Filter Mapping
  • 29.Servlet Listeners

Java Server Pages Technology:

  • 1.Basic JSP Architecture
  • 2.Life Cycle of JSP (Translation, compilation)
  • 3.JSP Tags and Expressions
  • 4.Role of JSP in MVC-2
  • 5.JSP with Database
  • 6.JSP Implicit Objects
  • 7.Tag Libraries
  • 8.JSP Expression Language (EL)
  • 9.Using Custom Tag

JSP Capabilities:

  • 1.Exception Handling
  • 2.Session Management
  • 3.Directives
  • 4.JSP with Java Bean
  • 5.RMI (Remote Method Invocation)
  • 6.RMI overview
  • 7.RMI architecture
  • 8.Example demonstrating RMI
  • 9.EnterpriseJAVA Beans
  • 10.Enterprise Bean overview
  • 11.Types of enterprise beans
  • 12.Advantages of enterprise beans
  • 13.The Life Cycles ofEnterpriseBeans
  • 14.Working with Session Beans
  • 15.Statefull vs. Stateless Session Beans
  • 16.Working with Entity Beans
  • 17.Message Driven Beans
  • 18.JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)
  • 19.JNDI overview
  • 20.JNDI API
  • 21.Context operations
  • 22.Using JNDI in J2EE applications
  • 23. J2EE Syllabus

Struts Framework:

  • 1.What is Struts?
  • 2.Struts Architecture
  • 3.Struts classes – ActionForward, ActionForm,
  • 4.ActionServlet, Action classes
  • 5.Understanding struts-config.xml
  • 6.Understanding Action Mappings
  • 7.Struts flow with an example application
  • 8.Struts Tiles Framework.
  • 9.Struts Validation Framework
  • 10.Internationalizing Struts Application
  • 11.Struts with Message Resources

Awareness to Other J2EE Technologies:

  • 1.Java Mail
  • 2.JTA
  • 3.Web Services
  • 4.JMS
  • 5.ANT
  • 6.Log4J
  • 7.JSF
  • 8.Hibernate
  • 9.Spring Framework
  • 10.Design Pattern

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