- Course type
- Paid course
- All Levels
- 19 hours
- 171 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- Sagar Uppuluri
- Learn to master the Java programming language.
- Understand SOLID principles and its application.
- Gain familiarity with some selected design patterns.
I have a very specific goal in designing this course, being an Architect I do have an additional role of bringing up trainees or freshers upto the speed of the Java development, and in the process I need to device a training plan where they need to understand the most important aspects of Java programming language and understand different aspects of backend development.
This made me design this course to address the first part of it, i.e. the Java programming language, where you will be focused on the most important features of Java programming language and see where and when to apply the features effectively and efficiently.
You many be having questions like, is this course updated to latest editions of Java, such as Java15 etc etc. don’t worry guys you first need to understand the core language features, once you are able to apply the core features rest of the things will fall in place. Thats my experience, versions are fancy terms guys, not every thing is applicable to us, if I feel some thing really important coming in, then I will certainly try to update that in the course. But anyway I will try to keep you posted on the changes don’t worry.
As an architect I want the trainees to be able to understand the following aspected of Java programming language, you should be able to understand the core language features, think about SOLID principles while designing the code and gain good insights about few selected design patterns. Let me confirm once again guys I won’t be covering all design patterns, I picked few based on my experience and will cover them. All the very best to your Java developer journey, I am with you lets move forward.
Course Highlights -
Note - Refer to the Archived section for programming foundations.
Object Oriented Programming features
Building Loosely coupled code
Few selected Design Patterns
Other Java language features like