• Java Basics training

  • Group Training

    Are you interested in programming, but not the intention to become a developer? Java Basics is a low threshold course, in which you learn the basics of Java in 2 days .

    Training code
    CGAJAVATCD
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    Dutch
    Dayparts
    4
    Price
    €1.145,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

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    This course will mostly take place in a group setting. We use several learning methods to help you obtain the knowledge, give you helpful insights and get you inspired. Check the Spoken Language on the left for language info.

    • 7-12-2020
      Utrecht
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      Utrecht
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      Utrecht
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    What is Java Basics

    This training covers the basic syntax of Java in which, among other items, data types, methods, loops and classes are discussed. This training assumes no prior knowledge of programming languages, making the training accessible to anyone. Prior to the start of training you will receive a link to the learning environment. Here you will find the training materials available to you.
    After this training you will be able to understand simple Java code, and you can write small pieces of it. This is done not only by the theory that you're handed; but also, by the practical exercises that you perform with the object-oriented language Java and the IntelliJ integrated development environment.
    Assignments during the training are done on your own laptop. This requires the necessary software to be installed on your laptop, which will be done as a group on day one of the training.

     

    Who should attend the Java Basics

    Everyone who has anything to do with Java in his/her daily work. The training is mainly aimed at testers who have to deal with test automation where Java is required. Participants are expected to have some practical experience and insight into system development.
    This training is not a certification training. This training serves to identify basic skills in Java code and small pieces of java in order to use it at a later time (in for example Selenium). This training pays little attention to test automation tools like Selenium. If you're just looking for the use of Java in Selenium, take a look at our Selenium Cucumber Training.

    Prerequisites

    Programming knowledge is not expected from the participants. This training uses the following software: JDK 7+ and Eclipse (or IntelliJ). Participants are expected to bring their own computer on which this software is installed, or can install software themselves.

    Objectives

    At the end of this training you are familiar with the syntax and structure of the Java language and you have become acquainted with a number of terms that developers use. You also have a number of hand-on assignments written and changed Java programs themselves.

     
    Incompany

    Are you interested in programming, but not the intention to become a developer? Java Basics is a low threshold course, in which you learn the basics of Java in 2 days .

    Training code
    CGAJAVATCD
    Spoken Language
    Dutch
    Language Materials
    Dutch
    Dayparts
    4
    Price
    €1.145,00
    excl. VAT No extra costs.

    With an Incompany training you have several advantages:

    - You choose the location
    - You experience the training with your colleagues, so it is always in line with your practice
    - The trainer can tailor explanations, examples and assignments to your organization
    - In consultation exercises can be adapted to organization-specific questions

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    Java Basics
    10
    8.5
    0
    38 reviews
     

    What is Java Basics

    This training covers the basic syntax of Java in which, among other items, data types, methods, loops and classes are discussed. This training assumes no prior knowledge of programming languages, making the training accessible to anyone. Prior to the start of training you will receive a link to the learning environment. Here you will find the training materials available to you.
    After this training you will be able to understand simple Java code, and you can write small pieces of it. This is done not only by the theory that you're handed; but also, by the practical exercises that you perform with the object-oriented language Java and the IntelliJ integrated development environment.
    Assignments during the training are done on your own laptop. This requires the necessary software to be installed on your laptop, which will be done as a group on day one of the training.

     

    Who should attend the Java Basics

    Everyone who has anything to do with Java in his/her daily work. The training is mainly aimed at testers who have to deal with test automation where Java is required. Participants are expected to have some practical experience and insight into system development.
    This training is not a certification training. This training serves to identify basic skills in Java code and small pieces of java in order to use it at a later time (in for example Selenium). This training pays little attention to test automation tools like Selenium. If you're just looking for the use of Java in Selenium, take a look at our Selenium Cucumber Training.

    Prerequisites

    Programming knowledge is not expected from the participants. This training uses the following software: JDK 7+ and Eclipse (or IntelliJ). Participants are expected to bring their own computer on which this software is installed, or can install software themselves.

    Objectives

    At the end of this training you are familiar with the syntax and structure of the Java language and you have become acquainted with a number of terms that developers use. You also have a number of hand-on assignments written and changed Java programs themselves.

     
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