Java SE 8 Programming

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Description:
This Java SE 8 Programming training covers the core language features and Application Programming Interfaces (API) you will use to design object-oriented applications with Java Standard Edition 8 (Java SE 8) Platform.
Prerequisites:
Java SE 8 Fundamentals
Course Objectives:
Creating high-performing multi-threaded applications
Creating Java technology applications that leverage the object-oriented features of the Java language, such as encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism
Implementing input/output (I/O) functionality to read from and write to data and text files and understand advanced I/O streams
Executing a Java technology application from the command line
Manipulating files, directories and file systems using the JDK NIO.2 specification
Creating applications that use the Java Collections framework
Performing multiple operations on database tables, including creating, reading, updating and deleting using both JDBC and JPA technology
Searching and filter collections using Lambda Expressions
Implementing error-handling techniques using exception handling
Using Lambda Expression concurrency features
Java Platform Overview:
Defining how the Java language achieves platform independence
Differentiating between the Java ME, Java SE, and Java EE Platforms
Evaluating Java libraries, middle-ware, and database options
Defining how the Java language continues to evolve
Java Syntax and Class Review:
Creating simple Java classes
Creating primitive variables
Using operators
Creating and manipulate strings
Using if-else and switch statements
Iterating with loops: while,do-while,for,enhanced for
Creating arrays
Using Java fields, constructors, and methods
Encapsulation and Subclassing:
Using encapsulation in Java class design
Modeling business problems using Java classes
Making classes immutable
Creating and use Java subclasses
Overloading methods
Overriding Methods, Polymorphism, and Static Classes:
Using access levels: private, protected, default, and public.
Overriding methods
Using virtual method invocation
Using varargs to specify variable arguments
Using the instanceof operator to compare object types
Using upward and downward casts
Modeling business problems by using the static keyword
Implementing the singleton design pattern
Abstract and Nested Classes:
Designing general-purpose base classes by using abstract classes
Constructing abstract Java classes and subclasses
Applying final keyword in Java
Distinguish between top-level and nested classes
Interfaces and Lambda Expressions:
Defining a Java interface
Choosing between interface inheritance and class inheritance
Extending an interface
Defaulting methods
Anonymous inner classes
Defining a Lambda Expression
Collections and Generics:
Creating a custom generic class
Using the type inference diamond to create an object
Creating a collection by using generics
Implementing an ArrayList
Implementing a TreeSet
Implementing a HashMap
Implementing a Deque
Ordering collections
Collections Streams, and Filters:
Describing the Builder pattern
Iterating through a collection using lambda syntax
Describing the Stream interface
Filtering a collection using lambda expressions
Calling an existing method using a method reference
Chaining multiple methods together
Defining pipelines in terms of lambdas and collections
Lambda Built-in Functional Interfaces:
Listing the built-in interfaces included in java.util.function
Core interfaces - Predicate, Consumer, Function, Supplier
Using primitive versions of base interfaces
Using binary versions of base interfaces
Lambda Operations:
Extracting data from an object using map
Describing the types of stream operations
Describing the Optional class
Describing lazy processing
Sorting a stream
Saving results to a collection using the collect method
Grouping and partition data using the Collectors class
Exceptions and Assertions:
Defining the purpose of Java exceptions
Using the try and throw statements
Using the catch, multi-catch, and finally clauses
Autoclose resources with a try-with-resources statement
Recognizing common exception classes and categories
Creating custom exceptions
Testing invariants by using assertions
Java Date/Time API:
Creating and manage date-based events
Creating and manage time-based events
Combining date and time into a single object
Working with dates and times across time zones
Managing changes resulting from daylight savings
Defining and create timestamps, periods and durations
Applying formatting to local and zoned dates and times
I/O Fundamentals:
Describing the basics of input and output in Java
Read and write data from the console
Using streams to read and write files
Writing and read objects using serialization
File I/O (NIO.2):
Using the Path interface to operate on file and directory paths
Using the Files class to check, delete, copy, or move a file or directory
Using Stream API with NIO2
Concurrency:
Describing operating system task scheduling
Creating worker threads using Runnable and Callable
Using an ExecutorService to concurrently execute tasks
Identifying potential threading problems
Using synchronized and concurrent atomic to manage atomicity
Using monitor locks to control the order of thread execution
Using the java.util.concurrent collections
The Fork-Join Framework:
Parallelism
The need for Fork-Join
Work stealing
RecursiveTask
RecursiveTask
Parallel Streams:
Reviewing the key characteristics of streams
Describing how to make a stream pipeline execute in parallel
List the key assumptions needed to use a parallel pipeline
Defining reduction
Describing why reduction requires an associative function
Calculating a value using reduce
Describing the process for decomposing and then merging work
Listing the key performance considerations for parallel streams
Database Applications with JDBC:
Defining the layout of the JDBC API
Connecting to a database by using a JDBC driver
Submitting queries and get results from the database
Specifying JDBC driver information externally
Performing CRUD operations using the JDBC API
Localization:
Describing the advantages of localizing an application
Defining what a locale represents
Read and set the locale by using the Locale object
Building a resource bundle for each locale
Calling a resource bundle from an application
Changing the locale for a resource bundle