The program prepares participants for the Java SE 8 Programmer – Oracle Certified Associate professional certification exams.
Java SE 8 Fundamentals
4 reasons for choosing this programme
Oracle Workforce Development Partner
The Metropolitan College is the first and only College in Greece to beco me an Oracle Workforce Development Partner.
Program participants obtain a sound knowledge in Java, the programming language with the highest demand for developers worldwide.
Authorised access to Oracle training material posted on a Cloud environment, which includes training videos, practice in the use of the Cloud and a special online training seminar in preparation for the certification exams.
(following relevant examinations):
Oracle Certified Associate, Java SE 8 Programmer
As an Oracle Workforce Development Partner, the Metropolitan College offers a program for specialising in Java, the most sought after programming language worldwide.
The program covers the fundamentals of the programming language and the Application Programming Interfaces (API), which are required to design object-oriented applications on the Java SE8 platform. It also prepares participants for the Java SE 8 Programmer – Oracle Certified Associate professional certification exams.
The program covers topics such as:
- Critical evaluation of the JAVA platform
- Objects and classes
- Working with subclasses and encapsulation
- Overriding methods
- Introducing polymorphism
- Abstract classes
- Introducing Lambda expressions
- Parameter classes
- Collections Collections Streams, & Filters
- Lambda applications
- Exceptions & Assertions
- Java API Date & Time
- File Ι/Ο
- Parallel work environments: Fork-join framework, parallel streams
- JDBC Data base applications
WHO IS IT ADDRESSED TO?
The program is aimed at students or recent graduates of Schools of Informatics. To attend the program it is necessary to have an average level of familiarity with the Java programming language. It is indicatively mentioned that such a level of familiarity is achieved after completing a programming module in previous courses where the reference language was Java.