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Java Design patterns course
Design patterns are a way to methodically provide solutions to commonly occurring problems in the form of repeatable solutions. Design patterns can speed up the development process and reflect good object oriented programming practices. In order to make use of good design pattern practices, they need to be documented and captured for future references. Here’s where UML comes in, providing a class diagram that can be used to capture the patterns identified in a system. Also, UML has a sufficiently extensive and expressive vocabulary that allows capturing the design patterns in a very descriptive manner.
Zeolearn Academy brings a comprehensive and interactive Java Design patterns course that teaches Java programmers how to improve their object oriented programming skills with the use of design patterns and how to document, catalogue and categorize the patterns. The Java Design Patterns training also combines UML training so that you get a working knowledge of UML 2.0.
What you will learn?
Is this course right for you?
Java programmers who want to apply design patterns while developing programs will find this course useful.
Participants are expected to have experience in Java and J2EE(Servlets, JSP and EJB).
You will receive ASP.NET certification in the form of a course completion certificate.
You may be required to put in 10 to 12 hours of effort every week, including the classroom sessions/live class, self study and assignments.
On completing the course, you will learn about:
We offer classes in classroom and online format. While classroom sessions are held in specific venues in your city, for online sessions all you need is a Windows computer with good internet connection and you can access the class anywhere, at anytime. A headset with microphone is also recommended.
You may also attend these classes from your smart phone or tablet.
Don’t worry, you can always access your class recording or opt to attend the missed session again in any other live batch.
This course is apt for Java programmers or others who want to use design patterns to improve their coding practices.
One must have: