MP4 | Video: h264, 1920×1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 11 Lessons (48m) | Size: 70.8 MB
Gain the knowledge you need to start your study towards the Java SE 11 developer exam (1Z0-819). The Java SE 11 developer exam (1Z0-819) was released in September 2020 and effectively combines the preview Programmer I and II exams. There is currently limited material specifically designed to address this new exam. Material that does exist is split across two resources and does not address directly the new certification.
The modules present a subset of those essential core topics that anyone who wants to learn Java must know. Regardless of whether or not they wish to take the certificate, each module can be viewed in isolation thereby providing a flexible resource for anyone wanting to ramp up on these topics. It covers sufficient knowledge to allow the candidate to develop non-trivial Java applications.
What You Will Learn
What are the core concepts and essential Java data types
How to work with operators, execution, exceptions, methods, class design and more
How to work with the collections framework and its some methods
How to use variables and scopes to store and reference data
How to loop and branch code and make runtime decisions
How to handled errors and exceptions correctly
How to design classes using interfaces, abstract classes and encapsulation
Who This Video Is For
Java developers that want to formalize their current knowledge by obtaining an official Oracle certificate; recent computer science graduates who what to distinguish themselves from the crowd and specialize in Java development with a highly sort after certificate; already certified Java developers who want to upgrade their knowledge of Java; Java developers who want to take the upgrade exam (1Z0-817 – those with OCP Java 6/7/8); and junior developers who just want to learn about a specific topic covered by one or more of the modules.