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Projects In Enterprise Java


What Is Java? Java is a programming language and a computing platform for application development. It was first released by Sun Microsystem in 1995 and later acquired by Oracle Corporation. It is one of the most used programming languages.


History Of Java 1. James Gosling, Mike Sheridan & Patrick Naughton initiated the Java language in June 1991 2. Originally designed for small, embedded systems in electronic appliances like set-top boxes 3. Firstly, it was called "Greentalk" by James Gosling and file extension was .gt 4. After that, it was called �Oak� and was developed as a part of the Green project 5. In 1995, Oak was renamed as "Java" because it was already a trademark by Oak Technologies


Why Learn Java? 1) Java is Easy to learn 2) Java is an Object Oriented Programming Language 3) Java has Rich API 4) Powerful development tools e.g. Eclipse, Netbeans 5) Great collection of Open Source libraries 6) Wonderful Community Support 7) Java is FREE 8) Excellent documentation support - Javadocs 9) Java is Platform Independent 10) Java is Everywhere


Java Used For? Java is still a relevant programming language that shows no sign of declining in popularity and, for that reason, is worth learning. Most developers pick it up as their first programming language because it’s reasonably easy to learn. 1. Building Android apps 2. Java web applications 3. Software tools 4. Scientific applications


Java Updates So Far 1.

Initial Java Versions 1.0 and 1.1 – 1996

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Java Version 1.5/ - 2004

2. Java version 1.2 – 1998

6. Java Version 1.6/ - 2006

3. Java Version 1.3 – 2000

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4. Java Version 1.4 – 2002

8. Java Version 1.8 - 2015

Java Version 1.7/ - 2011


Five Goals While Developing Java 1.

Keep it simple, familiar and object oriented

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Keep it Robust and Secure

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Keep it architecture-neural and portable

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Executable with High Performance

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Interpreted, threaded and dynamic


Job Roles For Java Developers                

Software Developer – C Programmer Analyst – C C Consultant Software Engineer – C++ Embedded Developer – OOPS Module Lead – Core Java Sr Developer – Core Java Software Engineer – Core Java Core Java Developer Architect – Core Java Software Engineer – JSP Application Developer – JSP Software Engineer – Servlets UI Developer – JS IoT Software Engineer Lead Developer – Angular JS


Companies Hiring Java Professionals

Most of the top MNC’s as well as start-ups are hunting for Java Professionals. Whether it is Infosys, Accenture, IBM, TCS, demand for Java Professionals is on a rise! Google, Amazon, LinkedIn, Blogger, Ebay, Twitter, all use Java to build useful applications.


Course Details Java Enterprise isn’t one of the easiest platforms to work with, especially when it comes with a number of different confusing paradigms and jargons – JDBC, JTA, JAX, MVC, Hibernate, etc. to name a few. Add other technologies such as MySQL and Struts, you’re bound to leave someone more confused than what they started with. Includes: • 12 hours on-demand video • 46 Supplemental Resources • Full lifetime access • Access on mobile and TV • Certificate of Completion


5 Projects In This Course Project 1: Voting System – Learn Spring Boot, Spring Data and Hibernate Project 2: Complaint Manager – Learn configuring Spring MVC Project 3: Job Portal – Learn servlets and JSPs. Project 4: Social Network – Learn using Struts framework and utilization of Struts code Project 5: Task Manager – Learn Vaadin framework that works well with large applications


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Projects in Enterprise Java  

Learn to build real world apps in Enterprise Java using Spring, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Struct and much more in just Rs.640 on https://www.u...

Projects in Enterprise Java  

Learn to build real world apps in Enterprise Java using Spring, Spring Boot, Hibernate, Struct and much more in just Rs.640 on https://www.u...

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