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Take Advantage of Dynamic and Self-Directed Java SE Learning Content

Diana Gray
Sr. Principal Curriculum Product Manager

The Java programming language has been around for a while now, but remains the world’s number-one programming language for developing applications across conventional and cloud environments. Java provides the basis for enterprise applications on a wide range of devices and platforms.

This means that Java is, of course, everywhere.

When you shop online, when you use your cell phone, when you access corporate applications, Java is likely to be doing its work. And Java is changing quickly these days, with new releases of the Standard Edition coming out every few months.

With Oracle University’s Java Programming Learning Subscription, you and your team members can benefit from multiple training areas incorporated within this comprehensive, online learning subscription.

You’ll be able to access online tutorial content – for everyone from absolute beginners to experienced SE 7 and SE 8 programmers to those wanting to explore the capabilities of SE 10 and beyond– and anyone who needs to learn skills like performance tuning or how to effectively use Lambda expressions.

“Millions of people learn Java each year, so a Java Programming Learning Subscription makes sense,” says Glenn Maslen, Senior Manager, Curriculum Product Management, Oracle University.

“With learning subscriptions, Oracle University makes all of our expert training content available in a convenient package. A big added benefit is that the subscription isn’t static – we continue to add new content all the time. So you’ll see new topics offered within the subscription after new Java releases come along.”

Java programming Learning Subscription

“You can access the content anywhere you can use a web browser,” he adds. “Many of the courses in the subscription are our Training On Demand titles, with video lectures and hands-on exercises. The learning subscription format also provides regular skill checks where you can test your knowledge and track your progress through a learning path. Then, when you’re ready, you can register for certification exams, right from within the subscription.”

“A big added benefit is that the subscription isn’t static – we continue to add new content all the time.”

The subscription includes individual courses and exercises that cover specific tasks, plus certification exams that validate the skills you acquire. Designed to fit the needs of a wide range of people, including those who need to learn Java from scratch, the subscription includes training on the language’s basic concepts.

Also, programmers who have learned a bit about Java, for example, from Oracle’s MOOCs, can round out their skills.

Right now, Java SE 7, SE 8  and SE 10 topics are included in the subscription, with Java 11 content coming very soon.

Topics include:

  • How to program using the Java Standard Edition
  • Using interfaces and Lambda expressions
  • Connecting to databases with JDBC
  • Building multi-threaded applications

There are cloud-related topics, too, for people looking to work in a cloud environment. You’ll also learn how to use the Java Mission Control and Flight Recorder tools to perform profiling and troubleshooting.

Certification Exams Included with this Subscription

Gain professional recognition for your expertise with an Oracle certification. This learning subscription provides you with one attempt at the following Oracle certification exams, at no additional charge, during the subscription period. Pass the exams for Java SE 8 and earn the corresponding Oracle certifications.

You will also enjoy much more content on new Java releases, for both novices and experienced programmers, coming in the months ahead. It’s worth checking out the Java Programming Learning Subscription, where you will find engaging topics that teach you Java programming skills and keep you engaged as new topics are added.

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