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Aswini Nagar, Deshbandhunagar

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Aswini Nagar, Deshbandhunagar

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Dipendu Paul

MTech, IIT Delhi

5 Years of Experience

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MTech in Computer Applications from IIT Delhi. Scored 99.32 percentile (AIR-253) in GATE 2004.
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About the Course

In depth theoretical session.
After class questions.
Classroom exercises.
Online Practice Tests.

Topics Covered

Declarations and Access Control -
Data Types, Variables, Legal Identifiers, Enums
Assignment Operators
Relational Operators
instanceof Comparison
Arithmetic Operators
Conditional Operator
Logical Operators
Introducing Classes, object
Source File Declaration Rules
Introduction to Classes and Objects
Class Modifiers
Class Member Modifiers
this operator
Methods, parameter passing
Constructors and Instantiation
Overloaded Constructors
Type of variables
class, instance, local variables
Static Methods

Object Orientation -
Object relationships : Is-A, Has-A
Method Overriding
Method binding - compile time and runtime
Polymorphism, practical use of polymorphism
Annotations (Metadata)

Stack and Heap
Literals, Assignments, and Variables
Literal Values for All Primitive Types
Assignment Operators
Casting Primitives
Using a Variable or Array Element That Is Uninitialized and Unassigned
Local (Stack, Automatic) Primitives and Objects
Passing Variables into Methods
Passing Object Reference Variables
Does Java Use Pass-By-Value Semantics?
Passing Primitive Variables
Array Declaration, Construction, and Initialization
Declaring an Array
Constructing an Array
Initializing an Array
Initialization Blocks
Using Wrapper Classes and Boxing
An Overview of the Wrapper Classes
Creating Wrapper Objects
Using Wrapper Conversion Utilities
Garbage Collection
Overview of Memory Management and Garbage Collection
Overview of Java's Garbage Collector
Writing Code That Explicitly Makes Objects Eligible for Collection

Control Statements -
Decision Constructs
if-else Branching
switch Statements
Loop Constructs
Using while Loops
Using do Loops
Using for Loops
Using break and continue
Unlabeled Statements
Labeled Statements

Abstraction -
Abstract method
Abstract class
Creating an Abstract Superclass and Concrete Subclass
Declare Interfaces
Declaring an Interface
Declaring Interface Constants

Java library -
Exploring java.lang

Exceptions -
Handling Exceptions
Catching an Exception Using try and catch
Using finally
Type of exceptions : Checked, Unchecked
Propagating Uncaught Exceptions
Defining Exceptions
Exception Hierarchy
Handling an Entire Class Hierarchy of Exceptions
Exception Matching
Exception Declaration and the Public Interface
Rethrowing the Same Exception
Common Exceptions and Errors
Working with the Assertion Mechanism
Assertions Overview
Enabling Assertions
Using Assertions Appropriately

Strings, I/O, Formatting, and parsing
String, StringBuilder, and StringBuffer
The String Class
Important Facts About Strings and Memory
Important Methods in the String Class
The StringBuffer and StringBuilder Classes
Important Methods in the StringBuffer and StringBuilder Classes
File Navigation and I/O
The Class
Dates, Numbers, and Currency
Working with Dates, Numbers, and Currencies
Parsing, Tokenizing, and Formatting
A Search Tutorial
Locating Data via Pattern Matching
Formatting with printf() and format()

Collections and Generics
Overriding hashCode() and equals()
Overriding equals()
Overriding hashCode()
List Interface, Set Interface, Map Interface, Queue Interface
Using the Collections Framework
ArrayList Basics
Autoboxing with Collections
Sorting Collections and Arrays
Navigating (Searching) TreeSets and TreeMaps
Other Navigation Methods
Backed Collections
Generics and Legacy Code
Mixing Generic and Non-generic Collections
Polymorphism and Generics
Generic Methods
Generic Declarations

Multithreading -
Defining, Instantiating, and Starting Threads
Defining and Starting a Thread
Pausing Execution with Sleep
Instantiating a Thread

Thread States and Transitions
Thread States
Preventing Thread Execution
Thread Priorities and yield( )
Synchronizing Code
Synchronization and Locks
Thread Deadlock
Thread Interaction
Using notifyAll( ) When Many Threads May Be Waiting


Who should attend

Undergraduates/graduates/working professionals



What you need to bring

Notebook, pen and laptop for practice and online test.

Key Takeaways

Lectures on each topic
Guided Programming Practice Sessions
Regular online practice tests


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