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Training Details

Course Duration: 90-100 hours Training + Assignments + Actual Project Based Case Studies

Training Materials: All attendees will receive,

  • Assignment after each module, Video recording of every session
  • Notes and study material for examples covered.
  • Access to the Training Blog & Repository of Materials

Pre-Requisites:

  • Entry-level IT.
  • Non-IT professionals aspiring to get into J2EE/JEE.
  • Self-taught IT J2EE/JEE wanting to fill in the gaps and put all the pieces together.
  • Systems Analysts and programmers interested in expanding their role into new Technology.

Training Format:

This course is delivered as a highly interactive session, with extensive live examples. This course is Live Instructor led Online training delivered using Cisco Webex Meeting center Web and Audio Conferencing tool.

Timing: Weekdays and Weekends after work hours.

Training Highlights

  • Focus on Hands on training with lot of assignments, practice exercises and quizzes based on Actual Projects
  • Assignments after each session. Video Recording after every session.
  • Quality Study material. Private access to Training Blog.
  • One Problem Statement discussed across the Core Java, Servlets, JSP, EJB, Struts, Hibernate etc.
  • Case Studies based on Real-time project based Scenarios
  • SCJP Certification Guidance
  • Online Exam after course and Certificate of Participation at the end.

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How are we Different from other Training Institutes?

Role-Specific Training – Traditional training focuses on an overall business process, without regard for the individual’s role. By contrast, ZaranTech’s series of role-based courses delivers in-depth training on a specific role within the business process.

Hands-on Mentoring – Our expert trainer’s work side-by-side with each trainee and teach proven discipline and techniques for successful delivery. Mentoring is “hands-on” as part of actual projects to gain real-time experience.

Real-time Project Experience – Comprehension of practical skills is both reinforced and demonstrated in our training programs by completing Case studies of actual projects.

Certification Exams –Our trainers are all certified and provide expert industry level guidance to certification exams with tips and tricks to guarantee consistency of skills and practices for a successful completion of certification.

Ongoing Education – ZaranTech continues to offer new courses so you can keep up-to-date on latest technologies and best practices.

After reviewing your goals, and assessing your current IT skills capability, ZaranTech will tailor an after-the-training program and placement plan that will meet your needs in successful placement. This includes Resume preparation assistance, Mock interviews (technical and project based), Soft Skills and On-the-job support.

Modules Covered in this Training

In this training, attendees learn:

Module 1: Essential Technologies
1. XML
2. HTML/CSS
3. Java script
4. OOAD/UML
5. Assignments

Module 2: Java Development (version 6/7) – CORE JAVA
1. Java for Developers
2. Using Design patterns
3. Assignments

Module 3: Enterprise Development Using JEE Framework (version 5/6)
1. Servlets/JSP
2. JDBC/JAXP/EJB
3. Hibernate/JPA
4. JMS/AJAX
5. Spring 3.0
6. WAS/JBOSS
7. JEE patterns
8. Enterprise Architecture Framework
9. Demo Project

Module 4: SOA Fundamental and Products
1. SOA Fundamentals
2. SOA Reference Model
3. IBM MQ/ESB
4. FUSE Mule
5. Project

Module 5: Cloud Computing for JAVA Developers
1. Cloud Fundamentals: IAAS, PAAS
2. Google App engine
3. Introduction to Hadoop and BIG DATA

Attendees also learn:

  1. Resume Preparation Guidelines and Tips
  2. Mock Interviews and Interview Preparation Tips

Topics Covered

PHASE 1: Essential Technologies
a. XML
b. HTML5/CSS3
c. Java script
d. OOAD / UML
e. ASSIGNMENTS

Detailed Coverage for PHASE 1:

  • Writing XML
  • DTD (Document Type Definition) fundamentals
  • Entities and notations
  • XML Schema
  • Role of XML Schemas and how they improve on DTDs
  • Simple and complex types
  • Local and global declarations
  • Beginning a simple schema
  • Indicating a simple schema’s location
  • Annotating schemas
  • Using namespaces in XML
  • XSLT basics
  • XPath: patterns and expressions
  • XPath test expressions and functions
  • Code cutting-edge web sites using new HTML5 tags and features
  • Create HTML5 web forms
  • Add multimedia content that is mobile-friendly and does not rely on plugins
  • Use the Canvas element to dynamically generate shapes complete with fills, color, strokes, gradients, and more
  • Combine the powerful styling and animation capabilities of CSS3 to enhance your web pages
  • Use JavaScript and JQuery to add interactivity to your web pages
  • Add HTML5 Geo location to integrate location-aware mapping features to your site
  • Improve your site’s interactivity with HTML5’s drag and drop features
  • Learn how to identify and design objects, classes, and their relationships to each other
  • Use links, associations, and inheritance
  • Use diagram notation for use cases, class & object representation, links & associations & object messages
  • Gain a working knowledge UML 2.0
  • Apply knowledge of OOAD to design an object-oriented system which can be implemented in an object-oriented language

PHASE 2: Java Development (version 6/7) – CORE JAVA
a. Java for Developers
b. Using Design patterns
c. Assignments

Detailed Coverage for PHASE 2:

  • A Simple Java Class
  • Java’s “Hello World” Program
  • Java Basics
  • Language and Platform Features
  • Program Life Cycle
  • The Java SE Development Kit (JDK)
  • Class and Object Basics
  • The Object Model and Object-Oriented Programming
  • Classes, References, and Instantiation
  • Adding Data to a Class Definition
  • Adding Methods (Behaviour)
  • More on Classes and Objects
  • Accessing data, the “this” variable
  • Encapsulation and Access Control, public and private Access
  • Constructors and Initialization
  • static Members of a Class
  • Scopes, Blocks, References to Objects
  • Flow of Control[briefly due to attendee experience]
  • Branching: if, if-else, switch
  • Iteration: while, do-while, for, break, continue
  • Strings and Arrays
  • String, String Buffer, String Builder
  • Arrays, Primitive Arrays, Arrays of Reference Types
  • varargs
  • Packages
  • Package Overview – Using Packages to Organize Code
  • import statements
  • Creating Packages, package Statement, Required Directory Structure
  • Finding Classes, Packages and Class path
  • Composition and Inheritance
  • Using Composition to Deal With Complexity
  • Composition/HAS-A, Delegation
  • Using Inheritance and Polymorphism to share commonality
  • IS-A, extends, Inheriting Features, Overriding Methods, Using Polymorphism
  • Class Object
  • Abstract Classes
  • Interfaces
  • Using Interfaces to Define Types
  • Interfaces and Abstract Classes
  • Exceptions
  • Exceptions and the Exception Hierarchy
  • try and catch
  • Handling Exceptions
  • Program Flow with Exceptions
  • finally
  • JDBC
  • JDBC basics
  • JDBC Architecture
  • Using JDBC drivers & Driver Manager
  • Class Connection and connecting to a database
  • Class Statement and executing SQL statements
  • Other statement types
  • Driver types
  • Java Collections and Generics
  • The Collections Framework and its API
  • Collections and Java Generics
  • Collection, Set, List, Map, Iterator
  • Auto boxing
  • Collections of Object (non-generic)
  • Using Array List, Hash Set, and Hash Map
  • for-each Loop
  • Processing Items With an Iterator
  • More About Generics
  • Additional Java Features
  • Assertions
  • Type-safe Enums
  • Annotations
  • Additional Features in Java 6 and Java 7
  • performance tuning java
  • Recognizing and Applying Patterns
  • Design Patterns
  • Defining a Pattern
  • Unified Modelling Language
  • Seeing Patterns
  • Warning Signs and Pitfalls
  • Creational Patterns
  • Factory Patterns
  • The Singleton Pattern
  • APIs and Providers
  • Cascading Factories
  • Behavioural Patterns
  • The Strategy Pattern
  • The Template Method Pattern
  • The Observer Pattern
  • The Model/View/Controller Pattern
  • The Command Pattern
  • The Chain of Responsibility Pattern
  • Structural Patterns
  • The Composite Pattern
  • The Adapter Pattern
  • The Decorator Pattern
  • The Facade Pattern
  • The Flyweight Pattern

PHASE 3: Enterprise Development Using JEE Framework (version 5/6)
a. Servlets/JSP
b. JDBC/JAXP/EJB
c. Hibernate/JPA
d. JMS/AJAX
e. Spring 3.0
f. WAS/JBOSS
g. JEE patterns
h. Enterprise Architecture Framework
i. Demo project

Detailed Coverage for PHASE 3:

  • Java EE Introduction
    • Java EE Overview
    • Java EE Technologies
    • Java EE Architecture
    • MVC
    • Servlets and JSP with the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
      • Web Application Basics
        • How the Web works, Thin Clients, TCP/IP
        • HTTP overview, Brief HTML review
        • Overview of Java EE, servlets & Web applications.
        • Servlet Basics
        • Servlet API
          • HTML Forms
          • HTTP: Request-response, headers, GET, POST
          • Overview: How Servlets Work
            • Servlet Lifecycle: init(), service(), destroy()
            • Requests and responses
            • Core Servlet API: Generic Servlet, Servlet Request, and Servlet Response
            • HTTP Servlets: Http Servlet Request, Http Servlet Response and Http Servlet
            • Accessing Parameters
            • Additional Servlet Capabilities
              • HTTP headers and MIME types
              • Request Dispatcher: Including and forwarding
              • Sharing data with the request object attributes
              • Sharing data with Servlet Context attributes
              • Error Handling
            • Java Server Pages
              • Basics and Overview
                • JSP architecture
                • JSP tags and JSP expressions
                • Fixed Template Data
                • Lifecycle of a JSP
                • Model View Controller (MVC)
                  • Model 1/Model 2 Architecture
                • Data Sharing among servlets & JSP
                  • Object scopes or “buckets”
                  • Request, application, session and page scope
                  • Predefined JSP implicit objects (request, session, application, page)
                  • <jsp:useBean>
                  • <jsp:getProperty>, <jsp:setProperty>
                  • <jsp:include>, <jsp:forward>
            • Using Custom Tags
              • Custom tags overview
              • Reducing JSP complexity
              • Tag Libraries
                • Tag Library Descriptor (TLD)
                • Loading a tag library in a web app
                • The JSTL
                • JSP Expression Language (EL)
                • Using custom tags
                  • The c:url, c:param, c:forEach, c:out tags
          • Component Integration and EJB
            • Database Integration
              • Web Architecture choices
              • Connecting servlets to a database via Data Source
            • EJB
              • Overview of EJB
              • High-level EJB architecture
              • Roles within EJB
              • Client view of a session bean
              • JNDI (Java Naming and Directory Interface)
              • Remote and Home Interfaces
              • Writing an EJB client
            • Other Technologies
              • XML and Web Services
              • JMS – Java Message Service
          • Understand the JPA architecture
          • Create JPA based applications
          • Understand and use JPA to map persistent objects to the database
          • Create JPA persistence units, and understand JPA persistence contexts
          • Use the JPA Entity Manager
            • Work with queries and JPQL (Java Persistence Query Language), as well as the Criteria API (JPA 2)
            • Understand and work with collections and associations
              • Value and Entity Types
              • Bidirectional and unidirectional
              • 1-1, 1-N, N-N
          • Use versioning support for optimistic locking
          • Map inheritance hierarchies using JPA
          • Performance tune your JPA applications
          • Understanding JPA transaction support
          • Understand the relationship between JPA / EJB3
          • Use JPA entities from session beans
          • Be familiar with Spring support for JPA
          • Use JMS queues to manage message transmission between a single producer and a single consumer.
          • Use JMS topics to allow for broadcasting of messages in real time.
          • Use various JMS message types, including text, object, and map-based messages.
            • Set message headers and use properties to define additional information about messages.
            • Use message selectors to filter messages in consumption.
            • Trigger redelivery of messages using various acknowledgement modes and techniques.
            • Use JMS transactions to assure that message receipts and sends are grouped into atomic units of execution.
            • Understand the principles of interactive Web applications and how Ajax is used to create them
            • Understand how XML Http Request works, and use it with JavaScript to update a Web page
            • Use JavaScript and DOM with Ajax to manipulate the structure of a Web page
            • Use Servlets/JSP to handle Ajax requests
            • Understand and use JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)
            • Be familiar with using Ajax with XML
            • Use Ajax with HTML, JSON or XML on both the client-side and server-side (Java)
            • Use DWR (Direct Web Remoting) to invoke server side Java from the browser
            • Use Ajax with JSF
            • Understand issues with using Ajax technology, including design and security issues .
            • Understand the scope, purpose, and architecture of Spring
            • Use Spring’s Inversion of Control to declare application components, rather than hard-coding their states and lifecycles
            • Use Dependency Injection to further control object relationships from outside the Java code base
            • Create validators for business objects, and associate them for application-level and unit-testing uses
            • Build a Web application as a Spring Dispatcher Servlet and associated application context, with declared beans acting as controllers, command objects, and view resolvers
            • Build and manage HTML forms with Spring command objects and custom tags
            • Use Spring interceptors to implement horizontal features in the Web application
            • Connect business objects to persistent stores using Spring’s DAO and ORM modules

Java EE Patterns

  • Model/View/Controller, Redux
  • The Intercepting Filter Pattern
  • The Front and Application Controller Patterns
  • The Business Delegate Pattern
  • The Service Locator Pattern
  • The Transfer Object Pattern
  • The Composite Entity Pattern
  • The Data Access Object Pattern

Install and configure a Web Logic 12c /WAS/JBOSS Server

  • Describe the Java EE architecture
  • Deploy applications on WebLogic
  • Use the WebLogic Console /WAS/JBOSS effectively
  • Install and manage JMS destinations
  • Control access and privileges on WebLogic/WAS/JBOSS
  • Configure WebLogic /WAS/JBOSS for JDBC access
  • Secure WebLogic using integrated Authentication, Authorization, and SSL
  • Manage remote servers with the Node Manager
  • Tune WebLogic for optimal performance
  • Design and implement WebLogic /WAS/JBOSS clusters

PHASE 4: SOA Fundamental and Products
a. SOA Fundamentals
b. SOA Reference Model
c. IBM MQ/ESB
d. FUSE Mule
e. Project

Detailed Coverage for PHASE 4:

  • Overview of SOA/Web Services
  • SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Overview
  • Web Services Overview / Relationship to SOA
  • Web services Architecture
  • SOAP and WSDL Overview
  • Introduction to Java Web Services
  • Overview of Java Web Services
  • JAX-WS and JSR-181
  • Service definition with @WebService
  • Creating a Web Service with JAX-WS/JAX-RS
  • Adopting a service-oriented architecture
  • SOA architecture and design
  • Process and methods
  • Business modelling
  • Service identification
  • Information architecture and SOA
  • Service specification
  • Role of enterprise service bus in SOA
  • Service realization patterns
  • Implement the process
  • Service registry and SOA
  • Understanding MQ and Messaging Concepts.
  • Hands On Implementation of MULE/FUSE

PHASE 5: Cloud Computing for JAVA Developers ( 4 hours Complimentary Session)
a. Cloud Fundamentals: IAAS, PAAS,
b. Google App engine
c. Introduction to Hadoop and BIG DATA

Detailed Coverage for PHASE 5:

  • Build and deploy cloud applications and develop an effective implementation strategy
  • Leverage cloud vendors, including Force.com, Microsoft Azure, Google and Amazon
  • Exploit Software as a Service (SaaS) to optimize cost and resources
  • Create, deploy and secure applications and services with Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Commission a computing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) with Amazon EC2 and Eucalyptus
  • Unleash the power of Big Data for competitive advantage
  • Select and apply the correct Big Data stores for your disparate data sets
  • Leverage Hadoop to process large data sets to benefit business and technical decision making
  • Apply sophisticated analytic techniques and tools to process and analyse Big Data
  • Evaluate and select appropriate vendor products as a part of a Big Data implementation plan

Detailed Objective:

  • To teach attendees how to enhance their sites with special effects created by integrating Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript
  • To teach students how to create these effects in a way that is compatible with a wide array of browsers, including Internet Explorer 4 through 6 and Netscape 4 through 7
  • To learn how XML and its related technologies function and how they facilitate integration between applications
  • To master the core syntax of XML, DTD, and XML Schema
  • To learn the fundamentals of XSL .
  • To teach attendees the fundamentals of Java programming and how to use Java to write applications
  • To teach attendees core object-oriented concepts, including classes, packages, objects, methods, properties, abstraction, polymorphism, inheritance, encapsulation, and more
  • To understand and know how to apply advanced object-oriented concepts to Java code
  • To explore core object-oriented design patterns and their application to Java
  • To learn core Java EE design patterns
  • Design and build robust and maintainable web applications
  • Create dynamic HTML content with Servlets and Java Server Pages, using the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL)
  • Make Servlets and JSP work together cleanly
  • Use JSTL and other Custom Tag Libraries to separate Java and HTML code
  • Access databases with JDBC
  • Use Enterprise JavaBeans effectively from Servlets and JSP
  • Understand the role of EJB in the broader Java EE platform.
  • Describe the features that are implemented by an EJB container on behalf of application components.
  • Build stateless session beans as part of a service layer or SOA.
  • Build JPA entities to represent persistent data records within the Java application.
  • Develop systems of entities to manage complex data models including 1:1, 1:N, and N:N associations.
  • Manage transactional behavior of the application through declarative and programmatic techniques.
  • Invoke EJB sessions from Java web applications.
  • Use dependency injection and JNDI names to assemble complex web/EJB systems with minimal fuss and maximal flexibility.
  • Implement message-driven beans to process queued messages asynchronously.
  • Declare and/or program transaction boundaries, persistence contexts, and exception handling to properly control persistence logic.
  • Apply role-based authorization policies to EJBs
  • Build interceptors to perform generic processing before, after, or around EJB business-method invocations
  • Use EJB timers to defer processing or establish regularly scheduled tasks
  • Describe the interoperable web services architecture, including the roles of SOAP and WSDL.
  • Understand the importance of the WS-I Basic Profile for interoperable web services.
  • Build JAX-WS services and clients that take full advantage of the automated data binding of JAXB.
  • Use lower-level SOAP and XML APIs for services and/or clients.
  • Customize data binding by specifying specific type mappings or altering method or parameter names.
  • Expose session beans as web services.
  • Incorporate binary data, such as images, into service and client code.
  • To teach attendees the mechanics of the Struts 2 framework for building Java EE applications
  • To integrate Struts 2 with Spring and Hibernate/JPA
  • To incorporate best practices for building applications with Struts 2
  • To migrate from Struts Classic to Struts 2
  • Understand the scope, purpose, and architecture of Spring
  • Use Spring’s Inversion of Control to declare application components, rather than hard-coding their states and lifecycles
  • Use Dependency Injection to further control object relationships from outside the Java code base
  • Create validators for business objects, and associate them for application-level and unit-testing uses
  • Build a Web application as a Spring Dispatcher Servlet and associated application context, with declared beans acting as controllers, command objects, and view resolvers
  • Master deploying and managing J2EE and Web Services applications in WAS
  • Learn the Web Sphere Application Server Architecture, as well as installation and troubleshooting
  • Understand workload and security management
  • Learn how to define deployment descriptors and troubleshoot deployment problems using the advanced features of the Web Sphere Administrator’s Console and other Web Sphere tools
  • Learn how to implement the WS-Security specification to provide Web services with authentication, message integrity and confidentiality
  • Examine JMS deployment and configuration
  • Describe the fundamentals of SOA.
  • Understand the business advantages of SOA.
  • Explain the SOA runtime elements.
  • Describe the concept of an Enterprise Service Bus.
  • Understand the role of Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) in SOA.
  • Identify features of typical SOA Framework Products.
  • Patterns Map to SOA.
  • Working with SOA tools including oracle, IBM and Open Sources Like FUSE and MULE.

Interview Preparation:

  • Mock Interviews
  • Interview Preparation Tips
  • Sample Interview Questions
  • How to clear an Interview

SCJP Certification Guidelines
1. Sample questions on Sun Certified Java Programmer

About the trainer

  • Worked in various domains like Insurance, Financial / Banking, Retail, Auto, Telecom.
  • Extensive experience in IT and Non IT projects as Sr. Architect, Lead Developer / Analyst, Technical Manager.
  • Extensive CRM experience with various projects
  • Trained & mentored more than 250 people in US, Europe and South East Asia.
  • Worked with global clients and teams (US, Germany, UK, Japan, Dubai, Qatar, India).
  • Helped set up the EA Team and put together the standards and templates for the organization.
  • Member for IASA, IIBA and PMI – have been since 2003.
  • IBM and ORACLE Certified SOA Developer.
  • Committer to Open Source Technologies.

CASE STUDY # 1 – “Healthcare System”

Healthcare System Application:

As the Product Manager for Inner Expressions you are asked to provide one of your largest clients with additional features in the EMR ( Electronic Medical Records Management) System. The client has requested an integrated Referral Management System that tracks patients from Primary care into the Specialist departments. Appointments are created by either the Primary Care Physicians themselves or other clinical staff like Nurse Practitioners or Clinical Assistants. Each appointment must go through the appropriate checks including checking if the patient has an active insurance with the client, whether the insurance program covers the condition of the patient, patient’s preference for location and timings and availability of the Specialist doctor.

Some appointments may have to be reviewed by the Specialists themselves before they can be approved, the administrator of the facility (hospital) must have the ability to choose by appointment type to either make it directly bookable by the Primary Care Staff or as a type that requires review by the specialist. The system should also allow the Primary Care Staff and specialists departments to exchange notes and comments about a particular appointment. If the specialist department requests tests or reports as mandatory for the appointment, the system must ensure that the patient has these available on the date of the appointment.

The system shall also allow users to track the status of patients’ appts & must store the entire clinical history of each patient. This will be used by the hospital for two main purposes; the specialist and the primary care providers will have access to the patients complete medical history before the patient walks in for the appt and hence allowing for better patient care, the Hospital also stores this data in a general data warehouse ( without Protected Health Information) to do analytics on it and come up with local disease management programs for the area. This is aligned with the Hospitals mission of providing top quality preventive medical care.

The Hospital sets about 300 appointments per day and must support about 50 users at the same time. The existing EMR system is based on Java and an Oracle database system.

TASKS

  • Identify Actors, Use Cases, Relationships,
  • Draw Use Case Diagrams
  • Identify Ideal, Alternate and Exception Flows
  • Write a Business Requirements Document

CASE STUDY # 2 – “Asset Management System”

Asset Management Application:

An e Examination system is also known as (e-Pariksha/ Online Examination Scheduler), an Intelligent Web Application which automates the process of pre examination scheduling of Any Academic Institutions, Universities, Colleges and School. This automations primary scope is to save nature by saving tons of paper involved in conducting the examination. All examination communications are done via email management between student and Academia. Usually any examination would start with Exam Registrations, which is connected to Subject Creation, Exam Room Management , Room Allotment, Examination Hall Dairy, and Absentees Information (Variety of Reports) – Required by UniversityThis WebApp edges two sides of Client side and Server side Application. Client side enables student community to fill up their examination registration form online via internet and also they have privileges to check out their examination details like (Day of Start, Complete Time Table, Day-wise Exam Details and Day seating details of the candidate- like room name, seating number subject, date and time. The Server side involves the processing of each candidate exam registration form into workflow like, Subject Loader, Room Management, Seating Manager, Room Allotment, Room Dairies, Absentee Marking, and Rich Crystal Reports to meet various needs of Data set.The WebApp Admin records new chattel into database, deletes archaic ones, and revises any information related to examination. “User”. All users are known to the system by their USN, ID and their The asset management system keeps track of a number of assets that can be borrowed, their ownership, their availability, their current location, the current borrower and the asset history. Assets include books, software, computers, and peripherals. Assets are entered in the database when acquired, deleted from the database when disposed. The availability is updated whenever it is borrowed or returned. When a borrower fails to return an asset on time, the asset management system sends a reminder to the borrower and informs the asset owner.

The administrator enters new assets in the database, deletes obsolete ones, and updates any information related to assets. The borrower search for assets in the database to determine their availability and borrows and returns assets. The asset owner loans assets to borrowers. Each system has exactly one administrator, one or more asset owners, and one or more borrowers. When referring to any of the above actor, we use the term “user”. All users are known to the system by their name and their email address. The system may keep track of other attributes such as the owner’s telephone number, title, address, and position in the organization.

The system should support at least 200 borrowers and 2000 assets. The system should be extensible to other types of assets. The system should checkpoint the state of the database every day such that it can be recovered in case of data loss. Owners and the administrator are authenticated using a user/password combination. Actors interact with the system via a web browser capable of rendering HTML and HTTP without support for JavaScript and Java.

The persistent storage is realized using an SQL database. The business logic is realized using the WebObjects runtime system. The system includes:

TASKS

  • Identify Actors, Use Cases, Relationships,
  • Draw Use Case Diagrams
  • Identify Ideal, Alternate and Exception Flows
  • Write a Business Requirements Document

OTHER CASE STUDIES:

Social Networking, Cruise Management System, Collegiate Sporting system


What is the Difference between Live training and Video training?

These Videos here will help you understand the difference,
VIDEO – What is Instructor led LIVE Training -http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G908QvF-gVA
VIDEO – What is Instructor led VIDEO Training – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naPdAyKvAI0

How soon after I Enroll would I get access to the Training Program and Content?

Right after you have Enrolled, we will send you an Email to your Gmail id with a Video on How To login to the training blog and get access to the training program and content.

What are the pre-requisites of taking this training?

- Entry-level IT
- Non-IT professionals aspiring to get into J2EE/JEE.
- Self-taught IT J2EE/JEE wanting to fill in the gaps and put all the pieces together.
- Systems Analysts and programmers interested in expanding their role into new Technology.

Who are the instructors and what are their qualifications?

All our instructors are Senior Consultants themselves with a minimum of 10 years of real-time experience in their respective fields. Each trainer has also trained more than 100 students in the individual and/or corporate training programs.

How will be the practicals/assignments done?

Practicals/assignments will be done using the training blog. Instructions will be sent after you enroll.

When are the classes held and How many hours effort would I need to put in every day/week?

Online Live sessions are held weekdays evening CST (Central Standard Time GMT-6) or on Weekends. The schedule is posted for each batch on the website. You have to put in a effort of 8-10 hrs per week going thru the videos once again and completing your assignments.

What if I miss a class?

We Video record every Live session and after the session is complete, we will post the Video recording of that session in the blog. You will have access to these Video recordings for 6 months from the date you start your training. Material access will be provided using Google Drive Cloud for lifetime.

How can I request for a support session?

You can do that by posting a question on the training blog.

What If I have queries after I complete this course?

You can post those questions on the training blog.

Will I get 24*7 Support ?

You will get 24*7 accesss to the blog to post your questions. Trainers will answer your questions within 24 hrs of time. Normally they answer very frequently, like about 1-2 hrs. You can also approach your training coordinator for the same.

Can I get the recorded sessions of a class from some other batches before attending a live class?

Yes, you can. Or you can see our Youtube page for previous batch session recordings.

How will I get the recorded sessions?

It will be provided to you through the trainng blog.

How can I download the class videos?

You wont be able to download any videos. They are available for you to View using the training blog 24*7.

Is the course material accessible to the students even after the course training finishes?

Yes.

Do you provide Placements as well

We are infact, a Consulting company which provides training so we are mainly looking for trainees who are looking for Placement after training.
After the Training Process explained (Video): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrBJjoH46VI
Our 6-step training to placement process (Video): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrBJjoH46VI

How can I complete the course in a shorter Duration?

Yes you can. Go for the Video Training.
VIDEO – What is Instructor led VIDEO Training – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naPdAyKvAI0

Do you provide any Certification? If yes, what is the Certification process?

We provide Certification guidance at the end of each course. You will also receive a “Certificate of Completion” from ZaranTech at the end of the course.

Are these classes conducted via LIVE video streaming?

We have both the options available

What internet speed is required to attend the LIVE classes?

1Mbps of internet speed is recommended to attend the LIVE classes. However, we have seen people attending the classes from a much slower internet.

What are the payment options?

We accept Credit Cards, Paypal, Bank payments from anywhere in USA, Money orders, International Wire transfer, ACH transfers, Chase Quickpay, Bank of America transfers, Wellsfargo Surepay. All the payments details are mentioned on the Enrollment page.

What if I have more queries?

Call the number listed on the Course Details page of our website.