Jason Hunter, Mark Logic
Date: Monday, July 22
Time: 8:45am - 5:15pm
Location: Harbor Island II
Java programming from 0 to 60! This intensive course teaches the strengths and weaknesses of Java, gets you writing simple but useful applications, and shows you the basic Java idioms from syntax to I/O to threading.
The course begins with the fundamentals of object oriented (OO) programming. Building on this foundation, we then cover the Java language and programming environment fundamentals with topics on syntax, essential classes, OO features of Java, exception handling, and using the Java Development Kit (JDK), now renamed the Java 2 SDK.
The course also covers the important subjects of abstract types, I/O using Java streams, threads, and collection classes. Topics include abstract classes and interfaces, character streams, byte streams, serialization of objects, employment of stacking streams, creating threads, thread synchronization, and the new collection classes.