Learning Java8 online

Learning Java8 online

What is Java, where it is used, what type of applications are created in Java, why use java and Java platforms etc.. are the various questions carried out by the learner of Java. Java undergone several changes since versions, with more changes periodically. Let us understand new features of Java. Java with lambda expressions as a latest feature with version 8 is released in the month March 18, 201, and Java 8 Update is in the month of April 15, 2014. Java 8 enhancements are as follows.


Each course is like an interactive textbook, featuring pre-recorded videos, quizzes, and projects.

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What’s Included in the course

Course Duration: 20 Days

What do I get from this course?

More than 400 hours of learning with project work, role-plays, code challenges, peer collaboration. Comprehensive project and coding time all through and at the end of the program. Projects designed and implemented as in the real world.

  • Machine Learning Principles
  • Data Science
  • R
  • Python
  • Statistical Analysis & Data Visualization with Excel
  • Analysis & Visualization with T-SQL (SQL Server)
  • Advance Programming with R
  • Advance Programming with Python
  • MS Azure
  • MS Machine Learning Server and MUCH MORE

What are the requirements for joining in?

You can just start if you know High school level mathematics, some statistics. Better yet if you programmed (or) coded (or) worked with MS Excel. But don’t worry we will make this fun and exciting even for starters.

You will need a laptop/ desktop and connected to internet.

How will course happen?

This is a instructor-led classroom course. Our professional mentors will deliver the course, coursework, hands-on everything online. Participate with the co-learners, have your Q&A posted on forums. Get your queries answered on our learning platform.

Who will train me?

Our team of experienced data science experts with great academic experience will take you through this experience. They are geeky but also know how to make this a fun filled mix of learning, real time runs, coding challenges, presentations and many more.

Who should attend this course?

  • Anyone interested in Machine Learning.
  • Students who have at least high school knowledge in math and who want to start learning Machine Learning.
  • College students in college who want to start a career in Data Science.
  • Analysts who want to level up in Machine Learning.
  • People who are not satisfied with their job and who want to become a Data Scientist.
  • People who want to create added value to their business by using powerful Machine Learning tools.

Course Structure

forEach() method in Iterable interface
  • Java8 implementing new method forEach() to iterate the elements. It is defined in Iterable and Stream interfaces.
  • Method forEach() is a default method defined in the Iterable interface. Collection classes which extends Iterable interface can use forEach() method to iterate elements.
  • This method takes a single parameter which is a functional interface. So, you can pass lambda expression as an argument.


Default and static methods in Interfaces

Java provides a facility to define method body inside the interface with even static modifier. Default Methods which are defined inside the interface and tagged with default keyword. These methods are non-abstract methods and can have method body.

Lambda Expression

Lambda expression in Java8 helps us to write our code in functional style. It provides a clear and concise way to implement Single Abstract Method. It is very useful in collection library in which it helps to iterate, filter and extract data.

Java Stream APIs

In Java 8 java.util.stream package consists of classes, interfaces and an enum to allow functional-style operations on the elements. It performs lazy computation. This is more useful for bulk data operations in Collections.

Java Date & Time APIs

Java 8 has package java.time with classes like LocalDate, LocalTime, LocalDateTime, ZonedDateTime, Period, Duration and their supported APIs.

Collector API

Collectors is a final class that extends Object class. It provides reduction operations, such as adding elements into collections, summarizing elements according to various criteria etc.

Concurrency API

Concurrency APIs of Java8 has enhanced classes are: CompletionStage, CompletableFuture.AsynchronousCompletionTask, CompletableFuture, ConcurrentHashMap.KeySetView, and CountedCompleter.

Java8 I/O

Java8 introduced a class SelectorProvider which support to improve performance or scalability for server. The /dev/poll SelectorProvider continues to be the default. To use the Solaris event port mechanism, run with the system property java.nio.channels.spi.Selector set to the value sun.nio.ch.EventPortSelectorProvider.

Java8 JDBC

Java JDBC 4.2 introduces the following features:
Addition of REF_CURSOR support, Addition of java.sql.DriverAction Interface,Addition of security check on deregisterDriver Method in DriverManager Class,Addition of the java.sql.SQLType Interface,Addition of the java.sql.JDBCType Enum,Add Support for large update counts, Changes to the existing interfaces.

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