Welcome to LSET Java Bootcamp. In this task-oriented and practical Bootcamp, we will emphasise Java, its libraries, object-oriented programming, SOAP, Rest, and more. Java is one of the oldest programming languages in the world, with over 3 decades of existence. The language is perceived as the gold standard for developing web applications, embedded applications, enterprise software, and games. Our Java Bootcamp aims to teach the deep insights of object-oriented programming to help you acquire the profession of a Java professional.
Today, Java can be found almost everywhere, from web applications to ATM machines to video game consoles. Being a platform-independent language, Java has a huge community of over 12 million developers. Despite so many Java professionals, there is still a great demand for skilled Java coders. The majority of the enterprises still consider Java as one of the best languages for building their applications. Thus, Java learners can have a lucrative career in Java. It is important to learn how to build end-to-end applications, testing, and deploying codes to apply for java programmer jobs. LSET’s Java Bootcamp helps you learn about the architecture, packaging, libraries, and language documentation.
LSET has designed the Java Bootcamp to be practical, interactive, and project-based to make the learning experience effective. You will learn:
In this Bootcamp, we are putting a huge focus on an interactive learning experience with maximum interactions with the trainers and participants. Apart from Java development skills, we also want to open doors to computational thinking. Giving real-world experience to the participants is important for LSET to prepare the future Java developers. Thus, provide a project-based learning environment with group discussions and projects. This approach enables us to comply with the latest industry trends of Java to help you apply for java programmer jobs.
We are putting a huge focus on an interactive learning experience with maximum interactions with the trainers and participants. Apart from Java development skills, we also want to open doors to computational thinking.