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Java Introduction

Get Started with the Leading Programming Language & Understand How It Works

By Webucator | in Online Courses

Java is one of the world's leading programming languages because its applications are virtually endless...and in this Java training course, intended for students without an extensive programming background, your will get a general overview of Java, learn how to write a Java program, and learn useful stuff necessary to go further.

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  • Access 15 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
  • Understand the Java environment
  • Set up your own Java environment
  • Create a class that can run as a program
  • Use an integrated development environment
  • Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

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    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Your First Program
    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Java Introduction
      • Activity 1 - Conventions in These Notes - Reading
      • Activity 2 - The Java Environment - Overview - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Writing a Java Program - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Writing a Java Program Reviewed - Presentation - 6:38
      • Activity 5 - Obtaining The Java Environment - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Setting Up Your Java Environment - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Setting Up Your Java Environment Reviewed - Presentation - 6:55
      • Activity 8 - Creating a Class that Can Run as a Program - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Useful Stuff Necessary to Go Further - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Useful Stuff Necessary to Go Further Reviewed - Presentation - 8:19
      • Activity 11 - Using an Integrated Development Environment - Reading
      • Activity 12 - Running a Simple Java Program - Exercise
      • Activity 13 - Using the Java Documentation - Reading
      • Activity 14 - Java Introduction - Quiz

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    Java Basics

    Explore Basic Syntax Elements on Java & Learn How to Write Useful Java Classes

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    Now that you have a grasp on how Java generally works, this course will now cover most Java syntax elements, concentrating on fundamental and universally useful elements, while providing an overview of many more advanced elements. Students will learn to write useful Java classes, applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes.

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    • Access 14 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Learn general & basic syntax rules
    • Understand variables & advanced declarations
    • Know primitive & object data types
    • Know constants & the final keyword
    • Learn basic mathematics in Java
    • Create & use methods in Java
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Java Basics
      • Activity 1 - Basic Java Syntax - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Variables - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Java Variables Reviewed - Presentation - 8:25
      • Activity 4 - Data - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Constants and the Keyword - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Mathematics in Java - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Mathematics in Java Reviewed - Presentation - 9:48
      • Activity 8 - Creating and Using Methods - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Variable Scope - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Methods and Scope Reviewed - Presentation - 8:20
      • Activity 11 - Method Exercise - Exercise
      • Activity 12 - Method Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 3:36
      • Activity 13 - Java Basics - Quiz

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    Java Objects

    Write Useful Java Classes & Apply Object-Oriented Concepts

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    This hands-on course is created to help you understand Java Objects and Classes and use that knowledge into actual applications. With included exercises, you'll be applying Object-Oriented concepts such as inheritance, and create Java programs that work with these classes.

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    • Access 48 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Understand what object-oriented languages & programs are and how they work
    • Create & used an Instance of an object
    • Add method members (functions) to a class
    • Create an employee class
    • Create & use Javadoc comments
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Java Objects
      • Activity 1 - Objects - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Object-oriented Languages - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Object-oriented Programs - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Encapsulation - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Object Definition - Exercise
      • Activity 6 - Object Definition Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:17
      • Activity 7 - References - Reading
      • Activity 8 - Defining a Class - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Defining a Class Reviewed - Presentation - 8:12
      • Activity 10 - More on Access Terms - Reading
      • Activity 11 - Adding Data Members to a Class - Reading
      • Activity 12 - Standard Practices for Fields and Methods - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Java Beans - Reading
      • Activity 14 - Bean Properties - Reading
      • Activity 15 - Payroll01_ Creating an Employee Class - Exercise
      • Activity 16 - Payroll01_ Creating an Employee Class Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:55
      • Activity 17 - Constructors - Reading
      • Activity 18 - Instantiating Objects Revisited - Reading
      • Activity 19 - Important Note on Constructors - Reading
      • Activity 20 - Payroll02_ Adding an Employee Constructor - Exercise
      • Activity 21 - Payroll02_ Adding an Employee Constructor Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:07
      • Activity 22 - Method Overloading - Reading
      • Activity 23 - Payroll03_ Overloading Constructors - Exercise
      • Activity 24 - Payroll03_ Overloading Employee Constructors Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:32
      • Activity 25 - The this Keyword - Reading
      • Activity 26 - Using to Call Another Constructor - Reading
      • Activity 27 - Payroll04_ Using the this Reference - Exercise
      • Activity 28 - Payroll04_ Using the This Reference Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 8:32
      • Activity 29 - static Elements - Reading
      • Activity 30 - The main Method - Reading
      • Activity 31 - Payroll05_ A static Field in Employee - Exercise
      • Activity 32 - Payroll05_ A static field in Employee Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:49
      • Activity 33 - Garbage Collection - Reading
      • Activity 34 - Java Packages - Reading
      • Activity 35 - Compiling and Executing with Packages - Reading
      • Activity 36 - Working with Packages - Reading
      • Activity 37 - Payroll06_ Creating an employees Package - Exercise
      • Activity 38 - Payroll06_ Creating an employees Package Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 4:41
      • Activity 39 - Variable Argument Lists (varargs) - Reading
      • Activity 40 - Payroll07_ Using KeyboardReader in Payroll - Exercise
      • Activity 41 - String, StringBuffer, and StringBuilder - Reading
      • Activity 42 - Creating Documentation Comments and Using javadoc - Reading
      • Activity 43 - Payroll08_ Creating and Using Comments - Exercise
      • Activity 44 - Payroll08_ Creating and Using Comments Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:25
      • Activity 45 - Primitives and Wrapper Classes - Reading
      • Activity 46 - Object Quiz - Quiz
      • Activity 47 - Java Mid-Term Exam - Exam

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    Comparisons & Flow Control Structures

    Control a Java Program by Understanding How to Make or Tweak Flow Control Structures

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    Control structures are programming blocks that are fundamental in changing the path we take through those instructions. This course will go over comparisons operators and flow control structures and have you work on some activities to apply concepts into practice. From conditional expressions and if statements to loop controls, this course has got you covered.

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    • Access 33 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Understand comparison operators & objects
    • Go over some if statement examples
    • Compare a number of mutually exclusive branches
    • Learn how to break out of or continue a loop
    • Use classpath & create a jar file

    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Comparisons and Flow Control Structures
      • Activity 1 - Boolean-valued Expressions - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Comparison Operators - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Comparing Objects - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Conditional Expression Examples - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Complex Expressions - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Simple Branching - Reading
      • Activity 7 - The if Statement - Reading
      • Activity 8 - if Statement Examples - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Conditionals Reviewed - Presentation - 5:53
      • Activity 10 - Game01_ A Guessing Game - Exercise
      • Activity 11 - Game01 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:12
      • Activity 12 - Payroll-Control01_ Modified Payroll - Exercise
      • Activity 13 - Payroll-Control01 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:28
      • Activity 14 - Two Mutually Exclusive Branches - Reading
      • Activity 15 - Game02_ A Revised Guessing Game - Exercise
      • Activity 16 - Game02 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:16
      • Activity 17 - Comparing a Number of Mutually Exclusive Options - The Statement - Reading
      • Activity 18 - Game03_ Multiple Levels - Exercise
      • Activity 19 - Game03 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 8:00
      • Activity 20 - Comparing Two Objects - Reading
      • Activity 21 - Conditional Expression - Reading
      • Activity 22 - Payroll-Control02_ Payroll with a Loop - Exercise
      • Activity 23 - Payroll-Control02 Exercise Reviewed - PresentationActivity 23 - Payroll-Control02 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 7:37
      • Activity 24 - Game04_ Guessing Game with a Loop - Exercise
      • Activity 25 - Game04 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 4:20
      • Activity 26 - Additional Loop Control_ break and continue - Reading
      • Activity 27 - Continuing a Loop - Reading
      • Activity 28 - Classpath, Code Libraries, and Jar Files - Reading
      • Activity 29 - Creating and Using an External Library - Exercise
      • Activity 30 - Creating and Using an External Library Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:17
      • Activity 31 - Compiling to a Different Directory - Reading
      • Activity 32 - Conditionals and Loops - Quiz

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    Arrays

    Arrays in Java: What They Are, How to Set Them Up, & What They Can Do

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    When developing programs in the Java programming language, an array stores values of the same type. Many people imagine an array as a type of container that can hold something. It basically is a container, since it holds a sequence of values. Learning about arrays is an important part of getting started in Java programming, an in-demand skill in the IT industry.

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    • Access 21 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Define & declare arrays
    • Instantiate & initialize arrays
    • Learn about multi-dimentional arrays
    • Typecast w/ arrays of primitives
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Arrays
      • Activity 1 - Defining and Declaring Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Instantiating Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Initializing Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Working with Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Working with Arrays Reviewed - Presentation - 6:32
      • Activity 6 - Enhanced Loops - the For-Each Loop - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Array Variables - Reading
      • Activity 8 - Copying Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Using the args Array - Exercise
      • Activity 10 - Game-Arrays01_ A Guessing Game with Random Messages - Exercise
      • Activity 11 - Game-Arrays01_ A Guessing Game with Random Messages Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:21
      • Activity 12 - Arrays of Objects - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Payroll-Arrays01_ An Array of Employees - Exercise
      • Activity 14 - Payroll-Arrays01_ An Array of Employees Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:48
      • Activity 15 - Multi-Dimensional Arrays - Reading
      • Activity 16 - Multidimensional Arrays in Memory - Reading
      • Activity 17 - Example - Printing a Picture - Reading
      • Activity 18 - Multi-Dimensional Arrays Reviewed - Presentation - 5:56
      • Activity 19 - Typecasting with Arrays of Primitives - Reading
      • Activity 20 - Java Arrays Quiz - Quiz

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    Inheritance 101

    Understand How Inheritance Works & Why It is Important in Programming

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    Inheritance is an important part of Object-Oriented Programming. With the use of inheritance, the information is made manageable in a hierarchical order. In this course, you will explore the concepts and methods of inheritance and how it plays an essential role in programming.

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    • Access 31 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Learn about inheritance & its examples
    • Understand polymorphism
    • Know derived class methods that override base class methods
    • Typecast w/ object references
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

    4.1/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Inheritance
      • Activity 1 - Inheritance - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Inheritance Examples - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Payroll with Inheritance - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Derived Class Objects - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Polymorphism - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Creating a Derived Class - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Inheritance Example - A Derived Class - Reading
      • Activity 8 - Inheritance and Access - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Inheritance and Constructors - the super Keyword - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Example - Factoring Person Out of Employee - Reading
      • Activity 11 - Inheritance Reviewed - Presentation - 6:04
      • Activity 12 - Derived Class Methods that Override Base Class Methods - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Inheritance and Default Base Class Constructors - Reading
      • Activity 14 - Inheritance and Default Base Class Constructors Reviewed - Presentation - 6:00
      • Activity 15 - The Instantiation Process at Runtime - Reading
      • Activity 16 - Factoring Person Out of Employee Reviewed - Presentation - 5:54
      • Activity 17 - Payroll-Inheritance01_ Adding_Types of Employees - Exercise
      • Activity 18 - Payroll-Inheritance01_ Adding Types of Employees Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 7:19
      • Activity 19 - Typecasting with Object References - Reading
      • Activity 20 - More on Overriding - Reading
      • Activity 21 - Object Typecasting Example - Reading
      • Activity 22 - Checking an Object's Type_ Using instanceof - Reading
      • Activity 23 - Typecasting with Arrays of Objects - Reading
      • Activity 24 - Payroll-Inheritance02_ Using the Employee Subclasses - Exercise
      • Activity 25 - Payroll-Inheritance02 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 7:29
      • Activity 26 - Other Inheritance-related Keywords - Reading
      • Activity 27 - Payroll-Inheritance03_ Making Our Base Classes Abstract - Exercise
      • Activity 28 - Payroll-Inheritance03 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 3:38
      • Activity 29 - Methods Inherited from Object - Reading
      • Activity 30 - Inheritance - Quiz

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    Intro to Java Interfaces

    Java Interface Examples, Explanation, & Implementation

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    An interface is a completely "abstract class" that is used to group related methods with empty bodies. It basically works as a blueprint to achieve abstraction and multiple inheritances in Java. In this course, you will get more understanding of interfaces, their implementation, and using annotations.

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    • Access 15 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Create an interface definition
    • Implement interfaces
    • Understand interfaces & inheritance better
    • Know annotations & how to use them
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

    4.1/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Interfaces
      • Activity 1 - Interfaces - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Creating an Interface Definition - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Implementing Interfaces - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Implementing Interfaces Reviewed - Presentation - 5:24
      • Activity 5 - Reference Variables and Interfaces - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Interfaces and Inheritance - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Exercise_ Payroll-Interfaces01 - Exercise
      • Activity 8 - Payroll-Interfaces01 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 7:55
      • Activity 9 - Some Uses for Interfaces - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Annotations - Reading
      • Activity 11 - Annotation Details - Reading
      • Activity 12 - Using Annotations - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Using Annotations Reviewed - Presentation - 5:11
      • Activity 14 - Interface Quiz - Quiz

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    Exceptions Classes Explained

    Create & Use Your Own Exception Classes

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    When an error occurs, Java will normally stop and generate an error message. The technical term for this is: Java will throw an exception. It's different from an actual error since it indicates conditions that a reasonable application might try to catch. This course will explain what exceptions are, how to handle them, throwing, and rethrowing.

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    • Access 23 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Know what exceptions are & how to handle them
    • Try & catch blocks and variable scope/intialization
    • Let an exception be thrown to the method caller
    • Create & use your own exception classes
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Exceptions
      • Activity 1 - Exceptions - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Handling Exceptions - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Exception Objects - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Attempting Risky Code - try and catch - Reading
      • Activity 5 - Try Catch Reviewed - Presentation - 5:43
      • Activity 6 - Guaranteeing Execution of Code - The finally Block - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Letting an Exception be Thrown to the Method Caller - Reading
      • Activity 8 - Throwing an Exception - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Payroll-Exceptions01_ Handling NumberFormatException in Payroll - Exercise
      • Activity 10 - Payroll-Exceptions01, continued - Exercise
      • Activity 11 - Payroll-Exceptions01 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 4:43
      • Activity 12 - Exceptions and Inheritance - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Creating and Using Your Own Exception Classes - Reading
      • Activity 14 - Payroll-Exceptions02 - Exercise
      • Activity 15 - Payroll-Exceptions02 Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 6:31
      • Activity 16 - Rethrowing Exceptions - Reading
      • Activity 17 - Initializer Blocks - Reading
      • Activity 18 - Logging - Reading
      • Activity 19 - Log Properties - Reading
      • Activity 20 - Assertions - Reading
      • Activity 21 - Assertions Reviewed - Presentation - 4:54
      • Activity 22 - Exception Quiz - Quiz

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    Collections 101

    Manipulate Group of Objects in Java

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    The Collection framework represents a unified architecture for storing and manipulating a group of objects. Providing many interfaces and classes, Java Collections help achieve all the operations that you can perform on data. This course will provide important concepts on collections, classes, generics, methods, and more.

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    • Access 18 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Use collection classes
    • Use the iterator interface
    • Extend generic classes & implement generic interfaces
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

    4.1/5 Instructor Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★

    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

    Requirements

    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Collections
      • Activity 1 - Collections - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Using the Collection Classes - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Using the Iterator Interface - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Collections and Iterator Reviewed - Presentation - 8:01
      • Activity 5 - Creating Collectible Classes - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Creating and Using a Comparator Class Reviewed - Presentation - 6:18
      • Activity 7 - Generics - Reading
      • Activity 8 - Generics Reviewed - Presentation - 5:42
      • Activity 9 - Bounded Types - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Extending Generic Classes and Implementing Generic Interfaces - Reading
      • Activity 11 - Generic Methods - Reading
      • Activity 12 - Variations on Generics - Wildcards - Reading
      • Activity 13 - Type Erasure - Reading
      • Activity 14 - Multiple-bounded Type Parameters - Reading
      • Activity 15 - Payroll-Collections01_ Payroll Using Generics - Exercise
      • Activity 16 - Payroll-Collections01_ Payroll Using Generics Exercise Reviewed - Presentation - 5:59
      • Activity 17 - Collections - Quiz

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    Inner Classes

    Make Classes & Interfaces Readable and Maintainable

    By Webucator | in Online Courses

    This course will tackle every little detail of inner classes and their classifications. Inner classes are used to logically group classes and interfaces in one place so that it can be more readable and maintainable. This class will cover these classes and better practice for working with inner classes.

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    • Access 12 lectures & 1 hour of content 24/7
    • Understand inner classes
    • Instantiate an inner class instance from within the enclosing class
    • Reference the outer class instance from the inner class code
    • Know better practice for working w/ inner classes
    Webucator is a global training company founded in 2003 that has trained over 60,000 students. It provides onsite and online training on technologies such as Microsoft ASP.NET, Microsoft Office, Azure, Windows, Java, Adobe, Python, SQL, JavaScript, Angular, and much more. Webucator has trained more than 63,677 students from over 11,907 organizations and is a Microsoft Certified Partner for Learning Solutions (CPLS).

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    Important Details

    • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
    • Access options: desktop & mobile
    • Certificate of completion included
    • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
    • Updates included
    • Experience level required: beginner

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    • Any device with basic specifications

    Course Outline

    • Setup
      • Setup for Your Class
    • Inner Classes
      • Activity 1 - Inner Classes, aka Nested Classes - Reading
      • Activity 2 - Inner Class Syntax - Reading
      • Activity 3 - Instantiating an Inner Class Instance from within the Enclosing Class - Reading
      • Activity 4 - Inner Classes Reviewed - Presentation - 5:40
      • Activity 5 - Inner Classes Referenced from Outside the Enclosing Class - Reading
      • Activity 6 - Referencing the Outer Class Instance from the Inner Class Code - Reading
      • Activity 7 - Referencing the Outer Class Instance from the Inner Class Code Reviewed - Presentation - 4:20
      • Activity 8 - Better Practices for Working with Inner Classes - Reading
      • Activity 9 - Enums - Reading
      • Activity 10 - Enums Reviewed - Presentation - 4:04
      • Activity 11 - Inner Classes - Quiz

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