Consulting & Training by Randall Nagy





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Java Training Videos

We were asked to present our Java Training into Video Format.

Knowing that we have mastered numerous programming technologies, during a recent interview we were also asked a few questions about Java.

The questions included an opportunity to elaborate upon the goals of our Introduction to Java 7 and Object-Oriented Programming as well as Advanced Java 7 Programming Training Videos:

Q: What business problem does Java solve? (pick the most pressing/popular)
Java allows both large and small organizations to work independently of any given vendor's hardware and software technology. Designed to be “written once, run anywhere” (WORA), using Java allows us to collaborate together to create far more long-lived innovations. -Tools and applications that can run across different Mainframes, Workstations, and Web Servers.
From a personal point of view, rather than having to learn how to create different “Windows” “Mac” and “Mainframe” applications, software developers will find that their Java efforts can cover all platforms. Being able to cover more operating systems therefore means that learning Java can help one find far more employment opportunities. Ultimately - much like the millions of dollars often invested in any software application - when using Java the personal hours invested in training are far more respected.
Q: Are there other technologies that address this same problem? If so, why is Java a better choice?
While technologies like Microsoft's .NET have offered reactive “me too” support for WORA, Java remains the world largest independent technology movement. The mere fact that no single company owns the Java programming standards ensures healthy competition.
Java's technological openness also ensures that what we create will remain supported far longer. Indeed, while Oracle has inherited Sun's Java software legacy, other robust Java implementations – such as OpenJDK - can not only be found, but their communities have long been encouraged, as well as supported.
Along with Java's competitive community-centric securities quite naturally comes a matching amount of collaborative innovation. -From accounting software to game engines, projects interested in solution-longevity have created more cross-platform collaborative software communities than any other programming language.
Hence the implications of any successful free and open community standard may seem obvious: For those just starting out, whenever much of what one needs to do is something that others wanted done elsewhere, chances are that there is a free-and-open project to discover. -A solution that we cannot only re-use, but a community of subject-matters experts; Like-minded enthusiasts; Developers who are often eager for us to work with them, as well.
Q: What makes your courses better than other Java courses on the market?
When we created our Java Training, our objective was to get new students off to a good start by teaching the latest language concepts. Another goal was that students would be able to earn some respect at work by understanding advanced topics. Hence, in addition to covering Java, our training also discusses professional programming techniques. Ideas as well as programming-idioms that even tenured programmers might not be aware of.
Next, our educational opportunity is unique in that the training continuously builds upon a single example. From basic console input & output to files, databases, unit testing, graphics, and using Object-Orientation, key programming concepts & best practice tips are constantly applied. Throughout both the introductory and advanced sessions, numerous practice activities topically reinforce the agile creation of a real-world, readily re-usable utility.
Along the way our training also introduces students to using requirements, diagramming and other techniques. The very in-demand concepts that professional software developers often need to know.
To sum it all up, in our training each student will enjoy a modern learning-experience. Our mission was to ensure that students experience the same process that professional software developers use when incorporating real-world innovation into our own projects.

By splitting our Object Oriented Java Software Development Training into two different classes, both an Introduction to Java 7 and Object-Oriented Programming and Advanced Java 7 Programming video training class are now available on-line for immediate career-advancement.

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