Course Outline


  • Inheritance and Intefances
  • Object References vs Inheritence
  • Polymorphism
  • Interface Static and Default Methods
  • Collections and Generics
  • Generics (Inheritance, Wildcards)
  • Writing Generic Types

Design Patterns

  • Object Creation
  • Static methods and fields
  • new Operator
  • Creation Patterns
  • Inheritance vs Composition / Pros and Cons
  • Composite Pattern
  • Inner Classes


  • The class called Class
  • Finding Fields, Methods, and Constructors
  • Accessing Fields, Invoking Methods
  • Examining Arrays


  • Annotations in the Java API (@Override, @Deprecated)
  • Defining Annotations

Functional Programming

  • Lambda Expression Overview
  • Lambda Expressions and Functional Interfaces
  • Using Lambda Expressions
  • Working with Method References

The Stream API

  • Streams and Collections
  • Filtering Collections
  • Chaining and Pipelining

Date/Time API

  • Legecy APIs
  • The Date/Time API (JSR 310)
  • Date-Based and Time-Based Events
  • Timestamps, Periods, and Durations
  • Performing Calculations
  • Formatting
  • Localization / Time Zones

JUnit Basics

  • JUnit Overview, Test Driven Development
  • Tests and Assertions
  • Working With Exceptions
  • Organizing Tests with JUnit
  • Writing Fixtures - @Before, @After
  • Test Suites, and Other Capabilities
  • Mock Objects Overview

Build Tools

  • Ant Overview
  • Maven Overview

Abstract Class

  • Declaration principles and implementation of abstract classes
  • Typical problems encountered when working with abstract classes

The Role of Classes, Abstract Classes and Interfaces in the Application Model

  • Grades Java object-oriented abstraction
  • The complete object model in Java
  • Program model oriented  for interfaces, abstract classes and interfaces for application more flexibility and independence of each of its sub-systems from each other in their implementation
  • Applications of abstract classes in order to extract common functionality extended by the implementation of the flexibility that they offer interfaces

The Role of Dynamic and Static Objects in the Application Model

  • Static Java classes and dynamic properties of these classes
  • Making a distinction in the functionality of both types of entities within Java and typical uses, and their example of good practice in the design of solutions based on static and dynamic beings Java
  • Introduction to the design patterns
  • Introduction to the factory design pattern

Operations with Simple Types and Wrapper Classes

  • Very important facts and techniques to extend the use of simple types in the Java object model.
  • Discussion of the role of wrapper classes simple types and typical applications of this type in the application

Special Objects Java, the Class String, StringBuilder and StringBuffer

  • Reminder basic properties of the String class and discuss the treatment of String objects by the virtual machine
  • The use of buffer classes and operate on chains

Formatting and Parsing, Regular Expressions

  • Introduction to regular expressions in Java
  • Discussion of both basic techniques for handling regular expressions (String class) as well as advanced techniques based on dedicated classes for this type of construction
  • Tokenization, search and pattern matching for string types


  • Knowledge about Java langauge and OOP. Participatns needs to know packages, control flows and loops, basic concrete classes and basic interfaces.

  21 Hours


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