Introduction to Programming with Java

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7 HOURS OF TRAINING
2 SKILLS
34 VIDEOS
17 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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Java FAQs: Cost, Training, Value

What will you learn in this Java training?

The objectives of this Java course are pretty straightforward: make sure you understand what the Java programming language is, what it's good for, and how to write programs with it. This Java training is focused on being practical and applicable, so you'll learn real-world programming skills.

Who should take this Java course?

This Java course is best for application developers, software engineers and even network engineers. IT professionals in all sorts of different jobs will benefit from learning Java, but it's people who develop for the Android operating system or who want to someday who should definitely plan to take this course.

Is this training in Java associated with any certifications?

No, this Java course isn't designed with any certifications or certifying exams in mind. There aren't many certifications that reliably prove a developer's familiarity with Java, and the ones that do exist aren't widely recognized or popular. That's why this course stays focused on real-world Java app development skills.

What certification should you consider after taking this course in Java?

Unless you're certifying in a specific ecosystem (like Microsoft Azure) or hardware environment (like Oracle), there aren't many certifications for application developers that are considered high-quality. For Java in particular, your best bet is to actually develop on Android and create an impressive portfolio of your experience and knowledge.

Why should you take this Java training?

You should take this Java training because it's one of the world's most common programming languages. Not only that, Java has one of the easiest syntaxes to figure out at a glance, so learning to code in Java is also a good introduction to object-oriented programming (OOP) design principles.

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