The Java Curriculum team has developed several courses that are available through Oracle University.
The courses are available as instructor-led training (ILT), live
virtual classrooms (LVC), and training on demand. Our titles include:
Java SE 7 Fundamentals - The Java SE 7 Fundamentals teaches students who have little or no
programming experience about the Java programming language. The course
teaches students the significance of object-oriented programming, the
keywords and constructs of the Java programming language, and the
steps required to create simple Java technology programs.">
Java SE 7 Programming - The second of two courses that cover the Java Standard Edition 7
(Java SE 7) Platform explores the core Application Programming
Interfaces (API) developers use to design and develop object-oriented
applications with Java.
Java SE7: Develop Rich Client Applications - The course takes students through the process of designing a rich
client application in a case study approach – analysis and design, and
development of the key components of the application using the rich set
of JavaFX graphics and media API.
Java SE 7 New Features - This new features course delves into the major changes and
enhancements in the Oracle Java SE 7 release. This course is meant for
the Java professionals who are already proficient with developing Java
programs using Java SE 6 or earlier Java SE platforms.
Java ME: Develop Applications for Mobile Phones - This course teaches students how to use Connected Device Limited
Configuration (CDLC) and the Mobile, Interface Device Profile (MIDP),
and the Lightweight User Interface Toolkit (LWUIT) to develop
applications for smart phones. Students get to develop applications
that access a mobile database, and leverage the Location and Payment
Several of our courses support the Java Certification programs, which you can search for on the Oracle University Certification pages
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