Java Training is one of the most popular programming languages which is used worldwide by many top software companies to build software IT products. The trends for Java training in Nepal is growing higher day by day because of its popularity, robustness, security, reliability, and wider usage worldwide. There are many Java training institute in Kathmandu, However, only rare institutes provide professional Java training. In context to Nepal, Java programming is getting a heated spark nowadays. Many software companies in Nepal are shifting their software development trends in java as it is more reliable, secure and robust than its competitors in multiple aspects such as security, reliability, and scalability.
Guru has introduced a special package for Java training in Kathmandu Nepal as trends for Java development are quite becoming popular in context to Nepal. Java applications are heavily demanded over many places such as Enterprise Banking Systems, Data Warehouse Systems, Security Systems, Network Management Systems, and other information representation systems. Banking systems highly prefer to establish their transactional systems, especially with Java-based software because of it’s unique capabilities of advanced securities.
Nowadays Java is emerging as one of the most popular and demanding programming technology in Nepal, however, professional Java experts are rarely available in the market. Many students search for the best Java training institute in Kathmandu, however, they do not find a good Java training institute in Kathmandu and becomes fade up. The academic institutions providing Java training classes in Kathmandu are not much industry oriented due to lack of expert instructors in the domain.
Embedded Java programming is one of the most widely used areas of Java because of its simplicity, developer friendliness, and being dominantly popular pushing the past 20 years since its inception. Java comprises the rich set of standard and open source libraries that are fairly helping any embedded application to be developed in a quick and efficient way. Guru launches special packages for Java training in Kathmandu Nepal for embedded Java programmers too.
Before diving into embedded system programming with Java, we recommend the application developer to understand few of following basic things:
If you are a passionate programmer, obviously you won’t like to bog your head down for solving an existing problem that has been already solved until you come up with the better one efficient solution. In case of java too, more than tens of thousands of Java developers have contributed to an open source library in Java where you would almost not find any part of common libraries which are not available. So, it is always recommended that before trying to develop any sort of Java code, think of getting or knowing the right libraries that suit your application and using them. At Guru Java training center in Kathmandu, we facilitate learning those tips and tricks on using open sources best libraries for IoT application development.
Data collection and controlling of external devices are frequently required in an embedded system for communication between sensors, actuators and the application via various mechanisms such as GPIO, I2C, Serial connections, etc. The actuators and sensor devices used in the application are designed at our own R&D labs in Java training R&D laboratory in Kathmandu. These interfaces can be easily accessible with the use of existing java open source libraries. For example – on the Raspberry pie, a library called PI4J to interact with external devices. For the handing of inputs and outputs for gpio pins, there are classes GpioPinInput and GpioPinOutput in Java.
Since the initial release, Java has brought the capability to handle multiple processing tasks at a time. The multithreading, locking, unlocking of process, deadlock avoidance, concurrency management can be handled efficiently in Java. With the introduction of multicore processors, the trends for developing multithreaded applications are continuously on the rise. As the processors are being more powerful, embedded devices itself are now comprised of multiple cores. This also has brought the need for developing parallel processing embedded applications for efficiency and faster response access.
Not all time existing open-source libraries are sufficient to address every application need. Sometimes, there may need to have access to explicit memory locations in embedded application development. Java provides this capability by introducing Java native interfacing features. The java tool generates headers file where the function can be defined. These function can now be implemented in C or any other language which can have direct memory access. After setting of native code and header library, it is required to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH environmental variable after which native code can be called using simple method invocation.
Debugging in an embedded system can be one of the most challenging parts, however, Java introduces the best capabilities to debug the application remotely using extensions like (JMX) Java Management Extensions. As Java runs on a virtual machine, an additional layer exists between the virtual machine and the physical machine. Thus full control can be received from the IDEs running Java applications to inspect variables, and its data setting breaks points. Eclipse is one of the best IDE for remote debugging applications.
What is Java?
• Background/History of Java
• The Internet and Java’s place in it
• Java Virtual Machine
• Byte code – not an executable code
• Procedure-Oriented vs. Object-Oriented Programming
• Compiling and running a simple “Hello World” program
Setting Up Your Computer
Writing a Program
Compiling, Interpreting and Running the program
• Primitive Data Types
• Floating-Point Types
• User-Defined Data Types.
• Identifiers, Literals
• Type Conversion and Casting
• Objects and Wrapper Classes
• Command-Line Arguments
• Arrays of Primitive Data Types
• Comment Syntax
• Garbage Collection
• Using Operators
Arithmetic, Bitwise, Relational, Logical, Assignment, Conditional, Shift, Ternary Auto-increment and Auto-decrement
• Using control statements
Selection statements – If, Switch
Loops and loop options – While, do-while, for Special Topics:
Jump statements – Break, continue and return
• Abstraction loud and Big Data Workshop
• Polymorphism and Overloading
• Fundamentals of Classes
A simple class
Creating Class Instances
Adding methods to a class
• Using ‘this’ keyword
• More on methods
Passing by Value, by Reference
Methods that Return Values
Recursion• Nested and Inner classes
Using ‘extends’ keyword
Subclasses and Superclasses
‘super’ keyword usage
Dynamic Method Dispatch
• The Object class
• abstract and final Classes
Defining a package
Importing a package
Defining an interface
Implementing and applying interfaces
• Basic Exceptions
• Proper use of exceptions
• User-defined Exceptions
• Catching Exception
• Throwing and re-throwing
• Cleaning up using the finally clauseHandling Strings
• Creation, Concatenation, and conversion of a string
• Changing the case
• Character Extraction
• String Comparison
• Searching strings
• Modifying strings
• String Buffer
• Create/instantiate/start new threads
Extending java. lang. Thread
Implementing java. lang. Runnable Interface
• Understand thread execution
• Thread Priorities
• Inter-thread communication, Deadlock
• java.io package
• Files and directories
• StreamsByte Streams and Character Streams
• Reading/Writing Console Input/Output
• Reading and Writing Files
• Using java.lang Package
java. lang. Math
Wrapper classes and associated methods
o Double, Float
o Integer, Byte o Short, Long o Character
• Arrays and collection classes/interfaces
• Map/List/Set implementations
Map interface, List interface, Set interface
• Collection classes
ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet and TreeSet
• Intro to AWT and Swing
• Working with Frame, windows, graphics, color, fonts
• AWT controls – Buttons, Checkbox, Choice, List, and TextField
• Layout Managers – Flow Layout, Grid Layout, and Border Layout
• JFrame and JPanel containers
• What is a Java applet?
• Applet lifecycle methods
• Build a simple applet
• Using AppletViewerBasic Networking Concepts
• What is Client/Server Application?
• Manipulating URL’s
• Establishing a simple server
• Establishing a simple client
• What is JSP
• Why use JSP
• Advantages Of JSP
• JSP Processing
• JSP – Life Cycle
• JSP Syntax
• JSP Implicit Objects
• The request Object
• The response Object
• The out Object
• The Session Object
• The page Object
• The exception Object
What is Web Application
• Web Architecture
• MVC Architecture
• Introduction to Servlet
• Introduction to basic Servlet programming
• Servlet Life Cycle
• Building HTML
• Basic Servlet Structure
• Servlet that generates HTML
• Servlet Packaging
• Generic Servlet
• Http Servlet
• Advantages Of Http Servlet
• Servlet Methods/JAVA 10 Features
consolidating the JDK Forest into a Single Repository
Parallel Full GC for G1
Application Class-Data Sharing
R Native-Header Generation Tool Removal (java)
Unicode Language-Tag Extensions Additional
Heap Allocation on Alternative Memory Devices (AMUS)
Experimental Java-Based JIT Compiler
Root Certificates in Java 10
Time-Based Release Versioning
Guru Institute of Engineering & Technology (nepguru.com) provides extensive specialization in professional java development academic training. Java programming professional experts at Guru are committed to providing students the nectar of their 10 Years of experience in developing Java-based Enterprise products. Students can watch and learn to troubleshoot, analyze, debug, the real-time handling of software issues confronted on live servers while getting training in java at Glabs- Guru Java training center in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Learning from internationally renowned Professional Java experts
Participation in Live Industry Projects
Real-time server issue troubleshooting’s and solutions
Linux shell administration and Server handling
Java interview tracking tips
Assistance on Java Certified Professional Exams
Java training at our center GLabs provides real-time hands-on works on industry live projects
We do not teach Java training theories, we realize and make sure the theory is well understood showing a real-time demonstration of theories in fully practically ways where they are livelily implemented in projects
At our Java training institute & Development center in Kathmandu, Nepal, we follow a complete test-driven development approach. We make sure that students learn java development best practices even before writing a single line of code during java training. This is one of our unique specialties of a java training program in Kathmandu Nepal.
Students at our Java training center in Kathmandu Nepal could get the realization of real-time project work handling as similar to the operations executed in software industries. With our industry-oriented globally updated Java syllabus, students would not get any significant challenges after joining the software companies. We periodically visit java based software companies and get the most updated trends of java development patterns, tools, and syllabuses.
The students also get the opportunity to demonstrate their project works as part of tech talks that will be presented to other Java training groups of students in Kathmandu and Java experts and trainers at Guru.
The rift of information and technology is rifting so fast that hardware without software is a nightmare and vice-versa. With the growth of the development of IoT(internet of things) in the digital world, the combo knowledge of programming domain and hardware has become a necessity for most of an integration development professionals. As a good product developer, it is crucial to have knowledge of the software and hardware domain. In this regard, the trends of adopting the challenges of software development with Hardware expertise are nowadays becoming very popular.
IoT application development with the Java programming language is the smartest choice of programmers worldwide. Many of the electronic engineering graduates with years of industrial experience in circuit designs are now making their efforts in learning application development with Java.
The trends seem to be growing day by day as IoT products are revolving quite flexible with the use of Java-based application fusions inside devices. This is too attracting the minds of many fresh electronic engineering graduates to learn Java application development in combination with electronics accessories. This seems to be one of the promising and growing IT carrier market. Guru Institute of Engineering and Technology is facilitating Java training in Nepal in combination with to use of applications via IoT and electronics.
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