MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java (98-388)

MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java (98-388)
MTA Introduction to Programming Using Java (98-388)
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 4h 20m | 2.40 GB

Learn the fundamentals of Java programming and prepare for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) exam 98-388: Introduction to Programming Using Java.

In MTA 98-388: Introduction to Programming Using Java LiveLessons, you learn the fundamentals of writing syntactically correct Java code to solve real-world programming problems. You also gain hands-on experience to prepare for Microsoft MTA exam 98-388.

A professor of computer science and Java Champion, Cay S. Horstmann takes a pragmatic approach and guides you from the absolute basics of Java programming to object-oriented programming, exception handling, and beyond. One step at a time, you learn a brief history of Java, how to install the software development environment, write branches and loops, work with numbers, strings, and arrays, use built-in classes and build your own, as well as handle exceptions and inheritance.

This course covers all of the MTA exam 98-388 objectives and also provides opportunities to review and practice fundamental concepts and techniques. Topics are organized into bite-sized, self-contained lessons, so you can learn key Java skills quickly and easily. This video course will prepare you for the hands-on experience you need before taking the exam and will improve your mastery of fundamental Java concepts.

Learn How To

  • Install the software development environment
  • Write branches and loops
  • Work with numbers, strings and arrays
  • Use built-in classes to create applications
  • Utilize object-oriented programming
  • Construct your own classes
  • Implement exception handling
  • Handle inheritance
  • Prepare for the Microsoft MTA exam 98-388: Introduction to Programming using Java
Table of Contents

01 MTA 98-388 – Introduction
02 Learning objectives
03 1.1 Understand the design decisions that shaped Java
04 1.2 Become familiar with the history of Java
05 1.3 Set up your Java development environment
06 1.4 Use the command-line tools
07 1.5 Exam tips
08 Learning objectives
09 2.1 Write a simple Java program
10 2.2 Work with numeric data types
11 2.3 Work with Strings and the API documentation
12 2.4 Write programs that read input and produce output
13 2.5 Use the control flow constructs of the Java language
14 2.6 Work with big numbers when arbitrary precision is required
15 2.7 Use arrays to store multiple elements of the same type
16 2.8 Exam tips
17 Learning objectives
18 3.1 Understand the fundamental concepts of object-oriented programming
19 3.2 Work with predefined classes
20 3.3 Define your own classes
21 3.4 Understand advanced concepts of classes in Java
22 3.5 Understand parameter passing in Java
23 3.6 Learn more about object construction
24 3.7 Work with packages and imports
25 3.8 Exam tips
26 Learning objectives
27 4.1 Understand and define subclasses
28 4.2 Override methods and provide constructors in subclasses
29 4.3 Understand advanced inheritance concepts in Java
30 4.4 Array lists
31 4.5 Exam tips
32 Learning objectives
33 5.1 Use exceptions to report errors in a program
34 5.2 Catch exceptions to remedy error conditions
35 5.3 Know how to use exceptions effectively
36 5.4 Exam tips
37 MTA 98-388 – Summary