Java Level 3
This course teaches developers and architects how to design and build easily managed and maintainable J2EE applications by applying J2EE and Gang of Four design patterns.
Prerequisites: This course assumes that participants have general competence in Object Oriented design and programming. Proficiency in Java programming is preferred.
By the end of this course, participants should be able to:
- Use commonly used J2EE patterns to develop faster and better J2EE applications.
- Recognize potential architecture and design problems early on and design and implement an optimal solution.
- Select the best combination and implementation of patterns for problem at hand.
- Implement design pattern solutions with Servlets, JSPs, with and without EJBs.
- Overview of J2EE Architecture
- UML - Unified Modeling Language
- Object Oriented Design Principle
- JSP Standard Tag Library 1.1
- Review of MVC Paradigm
- J2EE Design Patterns
- Servlet and JSP Filter
- Annotations and Servlet
- Overview of Enterprise JavaBeans
- Demo in Creating Enterprise Session Bean 2.1
Industry Certifications optional
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for enterprise architects, Java technology and J2EE software developers with a good understanding of Object Oriented design and programming.
The Business & Community Institute
Phone: (517) 483-1857
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