Java / J2EE

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Java / J2EE Taining
javaJava is a powerful programming language. It is platform-independent, robust, simple, object oriented among other things which makes it a perfect medium to create applications belonging to various domains like Banking, Retail, eCommerce etc. It follows the “write once run anywhere” principle that makes the applications created through Java immune to rapid and frequent changes to the architecture and target platforms/operating systems. Java applications also have great performance and are very dynamic in nature.

Java’s popularity and in a way, necessity, is thoroughly felt throughout the IT industry for quite a few years now. Hence, Java professionals are always high on demand. We are proud to say that our Java course is as robust as Java itself.

JavaJ2EETraining About the course
It can be argued that computer programming is an art. It is one thing to understand the syntax and basic rules (which you will even find in the user manuals) but another thing altogether to be able to write code, adapt and implement solutions in Java that will set your applications apart from the others. Our instructors are going to instill the thought process in you to think like a Java developer and share the best practices, tips and tricks that will make your journey to mastering even the most advanced topics of Java a fun ride.

Who is this course for?

This course is perfect:

  • If you have been a programmer and have been working on other languages and are now looking to venture into Java.
  • If you are new to programming and want to start out your IT career with Java.
  • Or even a tester who wants to learn Java in order to do better Automation for your applications.
  • If you are looking for a refresher course that will reacquaint you with Java with which you might have worked sometime in the past.

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