• Basic Programming with Java

    This course is an introduction to software engineering, using the Java programming language. It covers concepts useful to beginners. Students will learn the fundamentals of Java. The focus is on developing high quality, working software that solves real problems.

    • Objectives

      At the end of the course, the students will be able to:

      • Write, compile and execute Java programs
      • Build robust applications using Java's object-oriented features
      • Create robust applications using Java class libraries
      • Develop platform-independent GUIs
      • Read and write data using Java streams
      • Retrieve data from a relational database with JDBC
    • Topics to be covered

      Introduction to Java History of Java, Overview of Java, Environment Setup, Introducing JDK, JRE, IDE Week 1 Reading suggested articles, notes. Lecture notes, question
      Data Types, Variables, Operators, Class Data Types, Variables, Type casting, Being familiar with Class and Object,  Operators (Arithmetic Operators, BitwiseOperators, Relational Operators, OperatorPrecedence), Array Week 2-3 Lecture, Lab Work and Assignments Lecture notes, question
      Control Statements, Iterative Statements, Input/Output, String, Keywords Control Statements (if, else, switch), Loops (for, while, do-while, for-each), Nested Loops, Jump Statements (break, continue)Java Input/Output, String Handling, Static and Final,Keywords( this, new ) Week 3-4 Homework, Mini-project Lecture notes, question
      Create app with material design

      Constructor,  Function Overloading, Function Overriding, Pass by value, pass by reference, Introduction to Object Oriented

      Programming (OOP),  Inheritance, Polymorphism,  Encapsulation, Different classes and methods (abstract class andmethod, interface), Packages, Access Modifiers
      Week 5-6 Homework, Mini-project Lecture notes, question
      Exceptions, Multithreaded Programming Exception Handling, Multithreaded programming Week 7 Lecture, Lab, Live Work Lecture notes, question
      Java Libraries, Data Structures

      Exploring java.lang, Exploring java.util - Data Structure (Collection interface - list, set, queue, sorted set), Exploring java.util - Data Structure (Collection Class - ArrayList, LindedList, HashSet, PriorityQueye), Vector, Stack, Hashtable)

      Week 8 Homework, Lecture, Live Work Lecture notes, question
    • Course requirements

      Student attendance

      All students are expected to attend all scheduled classes, and to read all assigned chapters / materials before coming to class.

      Class Participation & Peer Evaluation

      You Students are expected to participate actively in the class. Your contribution towards your team will be counted too.

    • Textbook / References

        • JAVA: The Complete Reference by Herbert Schildt
        • Oracle Documentation. URL: https://docs.oracle.com/javase/tutorial/
        • Tutorials Point tutorials
        • Other Online Recourses.


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