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Java Course

  • Start Of Selection

    January

  • Start Of Training

    March

  • Status

    Open

  • Payment

    Free

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Learning Format

Offline. The program completion takes 3 months and consists of two sections: Java Core — lectures twice a week; Java Frameworks — a lecture once a week in our office. Language of study: English.

NIX courses are an opportunity to join our team immediately after training.

During the Java course, you’ll learn

  • to understand the coding standards and the principles of object-oriented programming;
  • to deploy and configure the Git version control system;
  • to work in the Apache Maven framework;
  • to use basic types such as String and Date;
  • to properly work with Exceptions, as well as with the main interfaces of Collections and their implementations;
  • to work with Generics templates and Streams & Optional components;
  • to employ multithreading of Java applications;
  • to use the IO/NIO input and output principles;
  • to work with Reflection and Serialization mechanisms;
  • to run and track application logging;
  • to write unit tests according to the standards of BDD and Mock objects;
  • to understand the fundamentals of SQL, the principle of operation of database management systems and of applications interacting with them;
  • to deploy apps using Docker;
  • to configure servlets based on JSP technology;
  • to work with the JPA specification and the Hibernate library;
  • to use the Spring framework;
  • to integrate REST web services into applications.

Program of the Java training

The program is designed for those who have basic knowledge of Java. The training format will help you get a deeper insight of the subject and provide an opportunity to apply the acquired skills in practice. As a result, each student will be able to better understand how to create full-fledged Java applications.

What do we expect from you

  • English at the intermediate or advanced level;
  • fluency in computer terminology;
  • understanding of Boolean algebra and set theory concepts;
  • basic knowledge of object-oriented programming;
  • basic knowledge of Java and of the development environment (compilation, start, configuring);
  • understanding of HTTP, HTML/CSS.

Learning system details

The authors of the program focused on tasks using Java SE and Java EE utilities and tools. A personal mentor will check the results of independent work, point out shortcomings to the student and will help to find a solution.

What to do next
Celebrate the successful completion of the courses and establish yourself in the proud title of Junior Developer by becoming part of the NIX team.

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