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Java is object oriented, platform independent, simple, secure, architectural–neutral, portable, robust, multi threaded, high performance, distributed and dynamic. It can be used to develop software and also applets. A java program can run on various operating systems without rewriting the code. And this is possible because of java run-time environment which tells the operating system what to do by interpreting the java code.

Java is a perfect programming language for anybody who wants to learn Object Oriented Concepts. In our core java training, at Orbit Technologies, the best of the teaching methodologies are followed so that the students can gain the best of knowledge on each and every topic in the course. As we have expert trainers with long real time experience, we deliver training with practical real time awareness along with the theoretical understanding. Students are guided through the training in such a way that they can develop a standalone application using swings by the end of  java training course.

Orbit Technologies is the ultimate core java training institute. We can proudly say that students trained at our institute have very good command on the subject than those trained elsewhere. Course material covering all the topics is given to help the students learn better. Daily assignments and regular assessments are conducted to help groom their technical skills. Good learning environment, regular assistance and well cataloged training procedures are the key features of Orbit Technologies core java Training in Hyderabad.


The objectives of this course are:

  • To become familiar with the features of Java Language
  • To discover how to write Java code according to Object-Oriented Programming principles.
  • To become comfortable with concepts such as Classes, Objects, Inheritance, Polymorphism and Interfaces
  • To learn Java APIs for Collections, I/O Streams
  • To design GUI applications and Applets using AWT and Swing.
  • To develop Multithreaded and Networking applications.
  • To develop database applications using JDBC



This course is designed to meet the needs of those who want to be professional Java developers. This will also help the audience to get through the Java Programmer Certification.

Students should be familiar with basic programming techniques and have some real programming experience, preferably with procedural programming languages, and ideally with C. Even though C++ is not required, prior knowledge of it will be an added advantage.

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Java Course Curriculum:

  1. Introduction to Java and OOPS
  2. Java Tokens- Comments, Identifiers, Keywords, Separators
  3. Working with Java Editor Software’s –Eclipse, IntelliJ IDE
  4. Packages with static imports
  5. Working with jar
  6. Modifiers – File level, Access level and Non-access level
  7. Datatypes, Literals, Variables, Type Conversion, Casting & Promotion
  8. Reading runtime values from keyboard and Properties File
  9. Operators and Control Statements
  10. Method and Types of methods
  11. Variable and Types of Variables
  12. Constructor and Types of constructors
  13. Block and Types of Blocks
  14. Declarations, Invocations and Executions
  15. Compiler & JVM Architecture with Reflection API
  16. Static Members and their execution control flow
  17. Non-Static Members and their execution control flow
  18. Final Variables and their rules
  19. Classes and Types of classes
  20. OOPS- Fundamentals, Models, Relations and Principles
  21. Coupling and Cohesion (MVC and LCRP Architectures)
  22. Types of objects & Garbage Collection
  23. Arrays
  24. Enum and Annotation
  25. Design Patterns

Java API and Project

  1. API and API Documentation
  2. Fundamental Classes – Object, Class, System, Runtime
  3. String Handling
  4. Exception Handling and Assertions
  5. Multithreading with JVM Architecture
  6. IO Streams (File IO)
  7. Networking (Socket Programming)
  8. Wrapper Classes with Auto boxing and unboxing
  9. Collections with Generics
  10. Java 5, 6, 7, 8 new features
  11. Inner classes
  12. Regular Expressions
  13. Formatting date, time (java. Text package)

Java 8 Features

  1. What’s new in Interfaces
  • Static Methods
  • Default Methods
  • Functional Interfaces

Introducing Lambda Expressions

  • Motivation for Lambdas
  • Lambda Expression Overview
  • Lambda Expressions and Functional Interfaces
  • Using Lambda Expressions
  • Working with Method References

The Stream API

  • Overview
    • Shortcomings of Collections
    • What are Streams?
    • Chaining – Intermediate and Terminal Operations
  • Understanding the Stream API
    • Overview – java.util.stream types (Stream, Collector, …)
    • Keys to Understanding the API
    • Important Functional Interfaces: Predicate, Comparator, Function
  • Stream Processing
    • Using filter()
    • Sorting / Comparator.comparing()
    • Using map()
    • Other operations: peek(), distinct(), limit(), skip()
    • Result producing terminal operations – collect, min/max …
    • void Terminal Operations – forEach()
    • Existence (e.g. anyMatch) and Finder (e.g. findAny) Operations
  • Collectors
    • Roles and Capabilities
    • toList(), Collectors.toSet()
    • Supplier and Collectors.toCollection()
    • Partitioning and Grouping Collectors

Parallel Processing and Concurrency

  • Overview
  • Java 8 Parallel Processing using Streams
  • Ground Rules / Requirements for Using Parallel Stream Processing
  • Multithreading / Concurrency Issues
  • Race Conditions, Data Synchronization, Locks
  • Performance Issues and Considerations

Date/Time API

  • Overview and Limitations of Previous API
  • The Date/Time API (JSR 310)
  • Creating and Working with LocalData/LocalTime/LocalDateTime Instances
  • Formatting Date/Time
  • Localization / Time Zones
  • Periods and Durations
  • Performing Calculations on Data/Time types

Other Capabilities

  • Compact Profiles
  • Using Optional Instead of null
  • Repeatable and Type Annotations
  • Nashorn JavaScript Engine
  • Minor New Features

Advanced Java


  1. Introduction to JDBC
  2. JDBC architecture
  3. java.sql Package
  4. Connection, Statement, ResultSet
  5. Prepared Statement
  6. Callable Statement
  7. Scrollable and Updatable ResultSet
  8. Batch Updates
  9. ResultSetMetaData
  10. Simple Transaction Management
  11. Four Levels of JDBC drivers, their pros & cons
  12. Features of JDBC 3.0/4.0


  • Need of Server side Programming
  • Introduction to Servlets
  • Servlet Life Cycle
  • javax.servlet package
  • ServletConfig, ServletContext, ServletResponse
  • Supplying initialization parameters to Servlets
  • Performing database operations in Servlets
  • Include and forward mechanisms
  • Applying filters to Servlets
  • javax.servlet.http Package
  • HttpServlet Life Cycle
  • Http request methods GET vs POST
  • HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse
  • Dealing with Http headers & error codes
  • Session Tracking, purpose
  • Hidden form fields, Cookies
  • Http Session, URL rewriting
  • Event listeners
  • Web application security


  • Disadvantages of Servlets
  • Introduction to JSP
  • JSP Life Cycle
  • Creating dynamic Web content with JSP
  • Scripting elements
  • Scriptlet
  • Declaration
  • Expression
  • XML syntax for JSP elements
  • JSP directives page, include and taglib
  • JSP implicit objects
  • JSP scopes
  • Include and forward mechanism
  • Using a Java bean in a JSP
  • JSP Model 1 architecture
  • JSP Model 2 (MVC) architecture
  • Custom Tag Development
  • Classic Tags, Simple Tags
  • Error Handling in a JSP
  • JSTL
  • Expression Language
  • Processing XML in a JSP


Introduction to Microservices

  • What are Microservices
  • Goals & Features

Introduction to Spring boot

  • Spring boot goal & features
  • Spring boot application project using spring Initializeer
  • Spring boot Annotation
    • Bean
    • Configuration
    • Qualifier
    • d. EnabeJpa Repositories
    • Component Scan
    • EnableAuto Configuration
    • Autowired
    • Import Resource

Creating Rest service using Spring data JPA within build H2 NoSQL DB

Creating Rest service

  • Repository,RestController
  • RequestBody
  • RequestMapping
  • Versioning Rest service
  • Multi MIME types (JSON and XML)
  • Global Exception handling for 415,403,500 error codes.
  • Cross origin request

Spring data JPA

  • Create spring data jpa repository
  • Creating Custom JPA repository
  • Spring data JPA sepcifications
  • Spring data JPA criteria query
  • Spring data jpa native query

Introduction to spring cloud

  • Login with jdbc and in memory db
  • Role&aunthentication


  • Docker architecture
  • Docker images
  • Docker volumes
  • Docker hub
  • Docker compose
  • Docker machine


  • Introduction to RESTful Web services

1. Restful web services
2. Rest Template

  • Service registry Spring cloud Discovery
  • Spring cloud Eureka Server
  • Service Discovery Spring cloud Routing
  • Zuul/Ribbon/ Feign
  • Cloud Tracing
  • Sleuth
  • Zipkin Stream
  • Zipkin UI
  • Cloud Circuit Breaker
  • Hystrix
  • Hystrix Dashboard
  • Cloud Configuration
  • Config Client &Config Server


  • Spring cloud
  • Spring cloud configuration-Centralized,versioned configuration
  • API Gateway-purpose and spring cloud zuul
  • API Gateway-caching options

Version Control (GIT)

  • GIT commands overview
  • GIT commands and GIT Hub



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