ADVANCED JAVA TRAINING WORKSHOP CONDUCTED BY CETPA
This Press Release is written to describe the event Advanced Java workshop which was held at CETPA INFOTECH, Noida.
A few days back, CETPA INFOTECH, the No 1 Training, and Development Company in Northern India conducted a certified workshop on Advanced JAVA. The workshop was attended by engineering students as well as corporate professionals. This 3-4 hour workshop was organized in CETPA’s training center in Noida.
The workshop was organized for students who want to gain in-depth knowledge of Advanced JAVA. This workshop was organized with the motive of enhancing student’s technical knowledge in Advanced JAVA. They were given training on the topic like how to build applications, basic knowledge of tools and techniques and Java programming techniques. Learners were provided the opportunity to learn & interact with renowned industry experts and broaden their knowledge. At the end of the learning session, the experts organized a small quiz based on the technology and at last participants were given certificates. Some of the topics which were in included in the workshop are-
ü Servlets and JSP
ü JDBC architecture and much more.
JAVA is divided into 2 parts- Core Java and Advanced Java. Core java is used for developing general java application whereas Advanced java is used for developing the web based application and enterprise application. Advanced java is the next level of java programming. Advance java programming covers the swings, socket, thread concept as well as collection object and classes.
The participation in Advanced Java workshop was open to all and was free of any charges. If you also want to attend such workshops or seminars in future or want to know about training programs of CETPA, you can contact them at 9212172602 or 0120-4535353. You can also visit their website www.cetpainfotech.com for any other details. You can also mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CETPA is the one of the most training company for the IT and Embedded system training.
May 04, 2017