This course provides a comprehensive review of advanced programming techniques and APIs.
This intermediate-level 4 days training program is specifically designed for experienced Java Developers striving to master the art of programming in Java 8. This course provides a comprehensive review of advanced programming techniques and APIs. This course nurtures the programming skills of developers and is best for professionals striving to pursue a career as a Java Developer. On average, a professional Java Developer earns $90,992 annually.
This course covers the key concepts and functionalities of Advanced Java and sheds light on the new features and performance tools in Java 8. Professionals get to learn the art of harnessing and applying these tools to augment the performance of web applications and programs. This course provides professionals with the practical experience of working in a Java environment and help them build familiarity with innovative coding techniques and programming practices.
The core objective of this course is to help professionals develop a better understanding and sound knowledge of the following key concepts:
This course is specifically tailored for the following group of professionals and interested candidates:
Professionals planning to enroll in the Advanced Java 8 Programming (TT3100-J8) Course must have practical experience of working with Java 8 Applications and familiarity with Java 8 Program Development.
|Technology||Microsoft, Programming Language|
|Learning Style||Virtual Classroom|
|Course Duration||4 Days|
Brian Hernandez has been in the development field for over a decade. Brain works extensively with Full Stack Web Development, MEAN Stack, MEMR (Mango, Express, MySQL, React) Stack and other Modern Web Frameworks.
Brian is a consultant, and his company is currently catering to clients to want to improve their online presence or build one from scratch. He has worked with high profile companies, helping them move them to digital, both for in-housework, and for having a digital presence for their external stakeholders.