MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java

MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training + Exam

MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training

The MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java training course is the ideal starting point to learn about Java programming.

A range of topics are covered including data types, variables, expressions.

The course also covers compiling and debugging code.

Benefits of MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training.

  • Training: get practical technical skills
  • Receive a certificate of course attendance
  • Small class size: increased instructor interaction
  • Expert trainers: imparting real world experience
  • Authorised test centre: exam taken at our premises
Pre-requisites of MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training.
  • Basic knowledge of programming

Candidates can achieve this certification by passing following exam(s).

  • 98-388 – Introduction to Programming Using Java

The certification exam can be registered and attempted within 3 months of course/module completion at Logitrain training centre on weekdays during normal business hours (excludes public holidays)

MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java (98-388) course material

Skills gained during the MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training.

  • Understand Java fundamentals
  • Work with data types, variables, and expressions
  • Implement flow control
  • Perform object-oriented programming
  • Compile and debug code

Following people can attend MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training.

  • University students
  • Helpdesk operators
  • Candidates entering IT job market
  • First-level network support staff
  • Systems administrator
  • Individuals seeking MTA programming certification
  • Signature of main, why it is static; how to consume an instance of your own class; command-line arguments
  • Print statements; import and use the Scanner class
  • Declare a variable within a block, class, or method
  • Declare and use primitive data type variables
  • Data types, including byte, char, int, double, short, long, float, boolean; identify when precision is lost; initialization; how primitives differ from wrapper object types such as Integer and Boolean
  • String class and string literals, comparisons, concatenation, case and length; String.format methods; string operators; converting a primitive data type to a string; the immutable nature of strings; initialization; null
  • One- and two-dimensional arrays, including initialization, null, size, iterating elements, accessing elements; array lists, including adding and removing elements, traversing the list
  • Implementing code that casts between primitive data types, converts primitive types to equivalent object types, or parses strings to numbers
  • Arithmetic operators, assignment, compound assignment operators, operator precedence
    if, else, else if, switch; single-line versus block; nesting; logical and relational operators
    while, for, for each, do while; break and continue; nesting; logical, relational, and unary operators
  • Constructors; constructor overloading; one class per .java file; this keyword; inheritance and overriding at a basic level
  • private, public, protected; instance data members; static data members; using static final to create constants; describe encapsulation
  • private, public, protected; method parameters; return type; void; return value; instance methods; static methods; overloading
  • Instantiation; initialization; null; accessing and modifying data members; accessing methods; accessing and modifying static members; importing packages and classes
  • Troubleshoot syntax errors, logic errors, and runtime errors
  • print statement debugging; output from the javac command; analysing code for logic errors; console exceptions after running the program; evaluating a stack trace
  • try catch finally; exception class; exception class types; display exception information

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What is included with the MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java Training Course?
Logitrain course includes official certification exam fee.

Includes Official Exam Fee

Take the certification exam within 3 months of course / module completion

Logitrain is an Authorized Pearson VUE Test Center.

Authorized Test Center

Take the official vendor certification exam at the Logitrain training center

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Includes Books & Meals

Course material in hardcopy included for you to keep. Full-time courses include meals

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Includes Mock & Test Questions

Mock tests included in full-time courses for 3 months from course completion

Logitrain full-time course includes course retake, if you do not pass the official certification exam.

Includes Course Retake

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