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Accelerator Program in Java Training

Java is a versatile, high-level, object-oriented programming language that was developed by James Gosling and his team at Sun Microsystems in the mid-1990s. Since its introduction, Java has become one of the most widely used programming languages, known for its platform independence, robustness, and versatility. Cranesoft provides the best Java training in Bangalore.



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About Program

Java is a versatile, high-level, object-oriented programming language that was developed by James Gosling and his team at Sun Microsystems in the 1990s. One of Java's primary design goals was to create a platform-independent language, and it has become one of the most widely used programming languages in the world. Here's a brief introduction to Java

Key Highlights

Platform Independence

Java programs can run on any device that has a Java Virtual Machine (JVM). The "Write Once, Run Anywhere" (WORA) principle allows Java applications to be easily ported across different platforms without modification.


Java follows the object-oriented programming (OOP) paradigm, promoting the use of classes and objects for modular and efficient code organization. This enhances code reusability and maintainability.

Simple and Familiar

Java syntax is derived from C and C++, making it easy for developers familiar with these languages to transition to Java. It also eliminates certain complex features like pointers and operator overloading.

Automatic Memory Management

Java uses a garbage collector to automatically manage memory, freeing developers from the burden of manual memory management and reducing the risk of memory leaks.


Java has built-in security features to create robust and secure applications. It includes features like the sandboxing of applets, which allows the execution of untrusted code within a restricted environment.


Java supports multithreading, enabling the concurrent execution of multiple threads within a program. This is beneficial for building responsive and efficient applications.

Rich Standard Library

Java comes with a comprehensive standard library (Java API) that provides ready-to-use classes and methods for common programming tasks, such as file handling, networking, and data structures.

Distributed Computing

Java has built-in support for building distributed applications, allowing developers to create client-server applications and networked systems.

Live Course
  • Overview of Java and its history
  • Setting up the Java Development Environment (JDK, IDE)
  • First Java program: "Hello, World!"
  • Basic syntax and structure of a Java program
  • Variables, data types, and operators
  • Control flow statements (if, switch, loops)
  • Methods and functions
  • Object-oriented programming (OOP) concepts: classes and objects
  • Inheritance and polymorphism
  • Encapsulation and abstraction
  • Interfaces and abstract classes
  • Packages and access modifiers
  • Handling errors in Java programs
  • Try-catch blocks and exception types
  • Custom exceptions
  • Reading from and writing to files
  • Working with streams
  • Serialization and deserialization
  • Message Class Introduction
  • Message types
  • Calling message class in Report & Dialog programs
  • Overview of Java Collections
  • Lists, sets, and maps
  • Iterators and foreach loop
  • Basics of concurrent programming
  • Synchronization and thread safety
  • Thread pools and Executors
  • Connecting to databases
  • Executing SQL queries
  • Handling database transactions
  • Introduction to Java Swing
  • Designing graphical user interfaces (GUIs)
  • Event handling in Swing
  • Basics of networking in Java
  • Socket programming
  • URL handling and HTTP connections
  • Overview of Java EE
  • Servlets for server-side processing
  • JavaServer Pages (JSP) for dynamic web content
  • Basics of the Spring framework
  • Dependency Injection (DI) and Inversion of Control (IoC)
  • Introduction to Spring Boot
  • Object-Relational Mapping (ORM)
  • Mapping Java objects to database tables
  • Hibernate Query Language (HQL)
  • Introduction to REST architecture
  • Building and consuming RESTful APIs in Java
  • Introduction to JSON and XML handling
  • Coding standards and style
  • Unit testing with JUnit
  • Version control systems (e.g., Git)
  • Capstone project applying learned concepts
  • Code reviews and project presentation
  • Introduction to JavaFX for modern UI development
  • Introduction to microservices architecture
  • Deployment and containerization with Docker
  • Integration with external APIs and libraries
  • Preparation for Java certification exams (optional)
  • Regular assessments, quizzes, and a final examination
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Via Java Developer, Role: Designing, developing, testing, and maintaining Java applications. Responsibilities: Writing clean and efficient code, collaborating with cross-functional teams, and ensuring software quality.

Via Software Engineer,Role: Contributing to the development of software systems and applications. Responsibilities: Participating in the entire software development life cycle, from requirement analysis to deployment and maintenance.

Via Web Developer,Role: Creating web applications and websites using Java-based frameworks. Responsibilities: Front-end and back-end development, working with databases, and ensuring a seamless user experience.

Via Mobile App Developer (Android),Role: Building Android applications using Java (and Kotlin). Responsibilities: Developing, testing, and maintaining mobile applications, and collaborating with UX/UI designers.

Via Enterprise Java Developer,Role: Developing large-scale enterprise applications using Java EE. Responsibilities: Designing and implementing solutions for business needs, integrating with databases and other systems.

Via Full-Stack Developer,Role: Working on both the front-end and back-end development of applications. Responsibilities: Involvement in the entire software stack, from user interfaces to server-side logic and databases.

Via DevOps Engineer,Role: Implementing continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines. Responsibilities: Automating deployment processes, managing infrastructure, and ensuring the reliability of systems.

Via Technical Architect,Role: Designing the architecture of software systems and applications. Responsibilities: Making high-level design decisions, ensuring technical feasibility, and guiding development teams.

Via Cloud Developer,Role: Building and deploying applications on cloud platforms. Responsibilities: Utilizing cloud services, optimizing for scalability, and ensuring the security of cloud-based applications.

Via Data Engineer,Role: Developing systems for data processing and analysis. Responsibilities: Building data pipelines, integrating with databases, and implementing data storage solutions.

Via Machine Learning Engineer,Role: Developing machine learning models and applications. Responsibilities: Implementing algorithms, training models, and integrating machine learning solutions into applications.

Via Cybersecurity Analyst (with Java),Role: Implementing security measures in Java applications. Responsibilities: Identifying and mitigating security vulnerabilities, ensuring compliance with security standards.

Via Technical Consultant,Role: Providing technical expertise and guidance to clients. Responsibilities: Analyzing client requirements, recommending solutions, and assisting in implementation.

Via Educator/Trainer,Role: Teaching Java programming to students or professionals. Responsibilities: Developing curriculum, conducting training sessions, and staying updated on industry trends.

Via Freelancer/Contractor,Role: Taking on short-term projects or contracts as an independent Java developer. Responsibilities: Meeting project requirements, delivering high-quality code, and managing client relationships.

Via Freelancer/Contractor,Role: Taking on short-term projects or contracts as an independent Java developer. Responsibilities: Meeting project requirements, delivering high-quality code, and managing client relationships.