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Java Design Patterns

  • Tuition USD $3,696
  • Reviews star_rate star_rate star_rate star_rate star_half 1444 Ratings
  • Course Code D71487GC10
  • Duration 4 days
  • Available Formats Virtual

This Java Patterns course reviews common and emerging patterns specific to Java SDK and EE development. You'll learn the depth and evolution of pattern-based techniques in Java, with particular emphasis on Java EE 6 conventions.

Learn To:

  • Dinstinguish between Java EE 5 and Java EE 6 pattern-based features.
  • Implement relevant patterns in each tier of the Java EE environment.
  • Re-factor code to improve inter-tier communications.
  • Relate pattern-based development to an implementation architecture.
  • Apply object-oriented pronciples and design guidelines.
  • Implement well-known patterns to Java-specific code problems.

Lab Exercises

The lab exercises show you how to identify, apply and re-factor selected patterns into code, using a NetBeans or Eclipse IDE and the GlassFish Application Server v3. You'll also learn a subset of UML notation to expedite communicating through design instead of code.

Java Design Patterns

In design patterns, the responsibility of each component is identified by role. The conventions of design pattern documentation make it easier for development teams to communicate their programming intentions and provide a reference point for the entire Java development community.

Java-Based Frameworks

The Java language and popular Java-based frameworks incorporate more proven development practices into their programming interfaces with each major release. These practices, referred to as design patterns, document well-known names, code implementation and re-factoring techniques, and the risks and trade-offs associated with using them.

Skills Gained

  • Identify key design principles of object-oriented development
  • Apply Java-specific implementation techniques to well-known patterns
  • Use patterns to complete a Java application design
  • Use patterns to complete a web-tier application design
  • Use patterns to complete a business-tier application design
  • Use patterns to improve communication between Java EE tiers
  • Identify and refactor anti-patterns in working code
  • Using part of a sample architecture scheme, select design patterns for implementing the scheme

Who Can Benefit

  • Developer
  • System Integrator

Prerequisites

Required Prerequisite

  • Developing Applications for the Java EE 6 Platform Ed 2
  • Experience with Java SE and Java EE development

Course Details

Topics

  • Reviewing Object-Oriented Principles in Java
    • Describe how OO concepts apply to Java
    • Describe how OO principles apply to Java
    • List the goals of an OO language
    • Interpret Unified Modeling Language (UML) notation and create UML diagrams
    • Identify selected design patterns
  • Reviewing Gang of Four Patterns
    • List key behavioral, creational and structural patterns
    • Apply the Facade pattern
    • Apply the Strategy pattern
    • Apply the Observer pattern
    • Apply the Composite pattern
    • Review the Model-View-Controller (MVC) patterns
  • Implementing Patterns in Java
    • Use implementation patterns designed for Java
    • List forces affecting class, state, and behavioral patterns
    • Describe how patterns, idioms and refactoring differ from each other
  • Exploring Changes in Java EE Technology
    • Describe the design goals of the Java EE model
    • Describe improvements in the Java EE 6 model
  • Implementing Integration Patterns
    • Describe design patterns for the integration tier
    • Review Java EE integration changes that apply design patterns
    • Identify use cases for applying integration tier patterns
  • Implementing Patterns in Business Components
    • Describe the role of an enterprise bean
    • Describe design patterns for the business tier
  • Implementing Infrastructural Patterns in Java EE
    • Describe the role of infrastructural Java EE patterns
    • Describe the Service Starter pattern
    • Describe the Singleton pattern
    • Describe the Bean Locator pattern
    • Describe the Resource Binder pattern
  • Implementing More Infrastructure Patterns
    • Describe how Java EE interceptors work
    • Describe the Dependency Injection Extender pattern
    • Describe the Payload Extractor pattern
    • Describe the Context Holder pattern
    • Describe the Thread Tracker pattern
  • Exploring Anti-Patterns
    • Describe the Law of Leaky Abstractions
    • Define AntiPatterns
    • Describe Integration Tier AntiPatterns
    • Describe Business Tier AntiPatterns
    • Describe Presentation Tier AntiPatterns
  • Selecting Patterns for Architecture
    • Define the roles of architect, designer, and developer
    • Describe the relationship between design patterns and architecture
    • List guidelines for applying patterns to an architectural solution
  • Describe how OO concepts apply to Java
  • Describe how OO principles apply to Java
  • List the goals of an OO language
  • Interpret Unified Modeling Language (UML) notation and create UML diagrams
  • Identify selected design patterns

Reviewing Gang of Four Patterns

  • List key behavioral, creational and structural patterns
  • Apply the Facade pattern
  • Apply the Strategy pattern
  • Apply the Observer pattern
  • Apply the Composite pattern
  • Review the Model-View-Controller (MVC) patterns

Implementing Patterns in Java

  • Use implementation patterns designed for Java
  • List forces affecting class, state, and behavioral patterns
  • Describe how patterns, idioms and refactoring differ from each other

Exploring Changes in Java EE Technology

  • Describe the design goals of the Java EE model
  • Describe improvements in the Java EE 6 model

Implementing Integration Patterns

  • Describe design patterns for the integration tier
  • Review Java EE integration changes that apply design patterns
  • Identify use cases for applying integration tier patterns

Implementing Patterns in Business Components

  • Describe the role of an enterprise bean
  • Describe design patterns for the business tier

Implementing Infrastructural Patterns in Java EE

  • Describe the role of infrastructural Java EE patterns
  • Describe the Service Starter pattern
  • Describe the Singleton pattern
  • Describe the Bean Locator pattern
  • Describe the Resource Binder pattern

Implementing More Infrastructure Patterns

  • Describe how Java EE interceptors work
  • Describe the Dependency Injection Extender pattern
  • Describe the Payload Extractor pattern
  • Describe the Context Holder pattern
  • Describe the Thread Tracker pattern

Exploring Anti-Patterns

  • Describe the Law of Leaky Abstractions
  • Define AntiPatterns
  • Describe Integration Tier AntiPatterns
  • Describe Business Tier AntiPatterns
  • Describe Presentation Tier AntiPatterns

Selecting Patterns for Architecture

  • Define the roles of architect, designer, and developer
  • Describe the relationship between design patterns and architecture
  • List guidelines for applying patterns to an architectural solution

When does class start/end?

Classes begin promptly at 9:00 am, and typically end at 5:00 pm.

Does the course schedule include a Lunchbreak?

Lunch is normally an hour long and begins at noon. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate and juice are available all day in the kitchen. Fruit, muffins and bagels are served each morning. There are numerous restaurants near each of our centers, and some popular ones are indicated on the Area Map in the Student Welcome Handbooks - these can be picked up in the lobby or requested from one of our ExitCertified staff.

How can someone reach me during class?

If someone should need to contact you while you are in class, please have them call the center telephone number and leave a message with the receptionist.

What languages are used to deliver training?

Most courses are conducted in English, unless otherwise specified. Some courses will have the word "FRENCH" marked in red beside the scheduled date(s) indicating the language of instruction.

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Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

Does ExitCertified deliver group training?

Yes, we provide training for groups, individuals, and private on sites. View our group training page for more information.

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