Advanced Java

Written by Shirley Parker
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Java training is obviously useful for anyone seeking to apply it to his or her projects. Learning object-oriented programming, though, is something that takes a mind shift from procedural languages. Thinking in words and certain numbers is closer to every day logic than thinking in objects, for most people.

Almost anything can be taught, though, and almost anyone with sufficient motivation can learn it, short of unavoidable and limiting disabilities. Time for a reality check here. Not just anyone can be President of the United States or wants to be. Not everyone is interested in Java Programming or should be.

Once a programmer has mastered basic Java concepts, he or she may want to move on to Advanced Java. Some advanced classes will also cover the server side of Java programming. A prerequisite in any case is Java Programming and Object-Oriented familiarity. Most courses will include a great deal of lab work. A student needs to learn to build JavaBeans and understand how garbage collection works in Java, for example. Students usually demonstrate their ability to construct servlets, JSPs and other components in later labs.

Class Length for Advanced Java

Classes seem to vary widely in the number of days allocated to Advanced Java training. A careful comparison of topics covered and the number of labs included by various teaching resources would be a good idea. No use wasting money, or ending up frustrated. Java classes can be taught at a client site, at a boot camp, or via the Internet. Some instructors customize their teaching to a business's needs.


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