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Java Programming II

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This course is an advanced study in Java™ programming. It covers topics around advanced Java™ class design, object-oriented design principles, threads, concurrency, localization, and accessing database applications. These topics are closely aligned with the Oracle® Certified Professional Java™ SE examination.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available to take individually or To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5

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    Applying Object-Oriented Principles to Javaâ ¢ Class Design

    • Design and code three Java™ classes that, collectively, demonstrate encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism.
    • Develop code that implements a Java™ abstract class and at least one concrete class that derives from that abstract class.
    • Design and code a Java™ class that includes at least one static method and one static variable, and explain the utility of making methods and variables static.

    Javaâ ¢ Input/Output

    • Design and code a Java™ program that accepts input, both from a console and from a file.
    • Design and code a Java™ program that produces output, both to the console and to a file.

    Manipulating Data with the Javaâ ¢ Stream API

    • Develop Java™ code that extracts data from an object using Stream methods such as peek().
    • Develop Java™ code that searches for data using Stream search methods such as findFirst().
    • Develop Java™ code that sorts extracted data and saves it to a collection.
    • Describe the difference between an abstract class and a generic class, such as the Collections class.

    Javaâ ¢ Concurrency and Localization

    • Develop code that creates worker threads to execute programming tasks concurrently.
    • Examine potential threading problems, including deadlock and starvation.
    • Examine the business utility of the Locale object and develop code that reads and sets the Locale object.

    Javaâ ¢-to-database Communication Using the JDBC API

    • Describe the purpose of the JDBC (Java™ Database Connectivity) API and its utility to Java™ programmers.
    • Identify the JDBC API calls necessary for establishing connection to and retrieving data from a database.
    • Develop Java™ code that retrieves data from a database, processes that data, and presents a modified subset of the data on the console.
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