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Introduction to java

Introduction to java
Start Date : 01, Aug 2016 No.of Seat Available : 6
Course Duration : 2 Weeks Course Level : Elementary, Middle & High School Subjects

COURSE OVERVIEW

Java™ powers billions of devices worldwide and Java™ is now more accessible than ever. Experience an interactive, hands-on approach to learning Java™, one of today’s most widely used and powerful computer-programming languages.

A WELL-BALANCED EXPERIENCE

At DMA, we realize that everybody needs time away from technology – especially teens. That’s why, along with lunch, DMA students enjoy two breaks each day, when they can hang out and socialize with new friends or take part in a wide range of recreational, team-based and character-building activities.

COURSE DETAILS

  • Skill Level: Beginner – Intermediate

  • Basic Understanding of Algebra Strongly Recommended. No Programming Experience Needed.

          WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

  • Variables, loops and conditionals

  • Data types: Strings, booleans, arrays and more

  • Object-oriented programming essentials

  • Algorithms & creative problem solving

  • Programming graphics, animation and audio

  • Interactive graphics and game programming

  • Programming special effects

  • Software: Processing IDE and Eclipse™ IDE

             Course Description

  • Prerequisite: Proficiency in algebra including the knowledge of variables, integers, and absolute values, and ability to evaluate algebraic expressions using order of operations and the distributive property.Unlock the power of code! Learn the fundamentals of Java—one of the most relevant, in-demand programming languages in the job market today. Java has many uses—from game development to business apps. It’s even the chosen language for the AP Computer Science A Exam. Get ready to create your own game or Java application!

            What Will Students Take Home?

            Students in these Java programming camps will take home their Eclipse Workspace containing their final coding project.

           Student Will Learn to:

  • Use IDEs/compilers
  • Identify variables and data types

  • Use arrays, loops, and if statements

  • Recognize classes and constructors

  • Utilize the principles of object-oriented programming

           Top Skills Gained

           Software & Hardware Skills Development

  • Java
  • Eclipse IDE

    STEM & 21st Century Skills Development

  • Critical thinking

  • Problem-solving

  • Creativity

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