Software engineers, programmers, and analysts who have been designing and creating programs using Java. Anyone desiring the ability to read and understand Java programs for maintenance and update purposes.
AWT- The Abstract Windowing Toolkit
JFC- Java Foundation Classes and
JDBC- Java Database Connectivity
RMI- Remote Method Invocation
Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
JFCclasses to create and maintain Java programs.
Students are invited to bring their current ideas and questions to the classroom for discussion. Lecture, group problem solving, and online laboratories will be used. Students will be encouraged to enhance their skills utilizing the techniques presented through classroom problem solving and controlled online workshops. This course is approximately 50% labwork.
This course does not concentrate on the use of any one particular development tool. Instead, the students are encouraged to learn the proper design and implementation techniques by hand-coding their applications. If development tools are available at the training site, the instructor will demonstrate their use and guide the students in the use of such tools.