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About Freshers Masters Program & Placement Training Course in Chennai

We would do whatever it takes to make this a definitive Freshers Masters Program course. We will try to cover almost all the major topics related to Freshers Masters Program technology. This would be your unique destination to learn Freshers Masters Program.

Learning Freshers Masters Program can help open up many opportunities for your career. It is a great skill-set to have as many roles in the job market requires proficiency in Freshers Masters. Mastering Freshers Masters Program can help you get started with your career in IT Companies like : Paypal, CapGemini, Accenture, Mphasis, CTS and MindLabs etc.. are all hiring Developer.

This course will not only cover the core issues, but will also cover many more advanced topics. This course is going to be one of the most comprehensive course on ACTE. Dot Net,Java,Python,advanced topics PHP Essentials; THERE IS NO PROBLEM. Everything is covered.

Best Job Oriented Topics Covered
  • C & C ++

    HTML & CSS


  • Bootstrap



  • Dot Net



A Freshers Masters Developer is someone who can handle all the work of databases, servers, system engineering and clients... Comparing both the professions, opting data scientist as a career option is better than being a Freshers Masters developer.

Freshers Masters Developer can work with multiple technologies, and so, they can handle more aspects of a project than an average programmer. They cut costs for companies because they can do the work of many specialists alone.

You should have some prior knowledge in c&c++ and html,css. This Specialization is designed primarily for software engineering professionals seeking to enter the fields of developer, but other experienced technical professionals are also welcome.

We are happy and proud to say that we have strong relationship with over 700+ small, mid-sized and MNCs. Many of these companies have openings for developer. Moreover, we have a very active placement cell that provides 100% placement assistance to our students. The cell also contributes by training students in mock interviews and discussions even after the course completion.

I wouldn't necessarily say that being a Freshers Masters developer is more difficult than other roles -- you don't have to be a super genius to do it. You just need to be able to recognize, understand, prioritize and apply software patterns. It's something any motivated engineer can do.

  • Basic HTML Programming.
  • HTML5 Programming.
  • Styling with CSS3.
  • Twitter Bootstrap Programming.
  • Basic JavaScript Concepts.
  • java Programming Techniques.

Freshers Masters developer engineer should know at least one server-side programming languages like Java, Python, . Net etc. Knowledge of various DBMS technology is another important need of full stack developer.

Our courseware is designed to give a hands-on approach to the students in Freshers Masters Program. The course is made up of theoretical classes that teach the basics of each module followed by high-intensity practical sessions reflecting the current challenges and needs of the industry that will demand the students’ time and commitment.

Freshers Masters developers do, in fact, exist. However, you have to be careful when assessing the skills of a Freshers Masters developer. Being a good Freshers Masters engineer is not about familiarity; it's about an intuitive and deep understanding of both front-end and back-end best practices and paradigms.

Three-Four months is long enough to learn a considerable amount of Freshers Masters Program. If you are already able to fluently program in another language, then 2 month would be a generous amount of time to learn enough Freshers Masters Program to meaningfully contribute in a professional capacity.

Top reasons to consider a career in Freshers Masters Program?

  • High Demand. The demand for Freshers Masters Program is high.
  • Great Pay. The average salary of Freshers Masters developers in India is around 6 LPA.
  • Creative Flexibility. You know about multiple aspects of development.
  • Better Productivity.
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Syllabus of C & C ++ Course in Chennai
Module 1:Introduction
  • The C Language and its Advantages
  • The Structure of a C Program
  • Writing C Programs
  • Building an Executable Version of a C Program
  • Debugging a C Program
  • Examining and Running a C Application Program
Module 2: Data Types and Variables
  • Data Types
  • Operands, Operators, and Arithmetic Expressions
Module 3: Input/Output Management
  • The Input/Output Concept
  • Formatted Input Function
  • Control-Flow Statements
Module 4: The Control-Flow Program Statements
  • Looping Statements
  • The Data-checking process
Module 5: Modular Programming with Functions
  • The C Function
  • Passing Data to Functions
  • Passing an Address to Modify a Value in Memory
  • Using Functions in the Checkbook Program
  • C Standard Library Functions
Module 6: Arrays, Pointers, and Strings
  • Arrays , Pointers , Strings
  • Using Arrays, Strings, and Pointers in the Checkbook Program
Module 7: Structures
  • Structures
  • Arrays of Structures
  • Passing Structures to Functions
  • Nesting Structures
Module 8: File Input/Output
  • Command-line Arguments
  • Combining Command-line
C++ Course Syllabus
    Module 1: Introduction to C++
    • Creating a project
    • Writing, compiling and running a program
    Module 2: Variables and data types
    • Expressions
    • Constants
    • Operators
    • Type conversions
    Module 3: Looping constructs: while, do…while, for loops
    • If…else statements
    • Switch/case construct
    Module 4: Functions
    • Passing arguments
    • Function prototyping
    • Default argument initializers
    • Inline functions
    Module 5: Arrays
    • Array initialisation
    • Multi-dimensional arrays
    • Character arrays
    • Working with character strings
    Module 6: Storage Classes
    • Global variables
    Module 7: Pointers
    • Pointer and arrays
    • Pointers to character strings
    • Arrays of pointers
    • Memory slicing
    • Pointers to functions
    Module 8: C++ classes
    • Data members and member functions
    • Creating objects
    • The new and delete operators
    • Friends to a class
    • Class initialisation
    Module 9: Reference types
    • Reference type arguments
    Module 10: Function overloading
    • Operator overloading
    Module 11: Copy constructor
    • Assignment operator
    Module 12: Template classes
    • Static class members
    • File streams
    Module 13: Inheritance
    • Base classes and derived classes
    • Inherited member access
    • Base class initialisation
    • Protected members of a class
    Module 14: Virtual functions
    • Virtual destructors
    Module 15: Virtual base classes
    • Virtual base class member access
    • Constructor and destructor ordering
    Module 16: Exception handling
    • try…throw…catch block
    • Nested catch handlers
    Syllabus of HTML Course in Chennai
    Module 1: Web Programming Introduction
    • Web Development Introduction
    Module 2: HTML-Introduction
    • History of HTML
    • What you need to do to get going and make your first HTML page
    • What are HTML Tags and Attributes?
    • HTML Tag vs. Element
    • HTML Attributes:
    • How to differentiate HTML Document Versions
    Module 3: HTML-Basic Formatting Tags
    • HTML Basic Tags
    • HTML Formatting Tags
    • HTML Color Coding
    Module 4: HTML-Grouping Using Div Span
    • Div and Span Tags for Grouping
    Module 5: HTML-Lists
    • Unordered Lists
    • Ordered Lists
    • Definition list
    Module 6: HTML-Images
    • Image and Image Mapping
    Module 7: HTML-Hyperlink
    • URL - Uniform Resource Locator
    • URL Encoding
    Module 8: HTML-Table

      This module covers basic table markup, along with more complex features such as implementing captions and summaries.

    • table
    • th
    • tr
    • td
    • caption
    • thead
    • tbody
    • tfoot
    • colgroup
    • col
    Module 9: HTML-Iframe
    • Attributes Using
    • Iframe as the Target
    Module 10: HTML-Form
    • input
    • textarea
    • button
    • select
    • label
    Module 11: HTML-Headers
    • Title
    • Base
    • Link
    • Style s
    • Script
    Module 12: HTML-Miscellaneous
      Syllabus of CSS Course in Chennai
      Module 1: Introduction
      • Benefits of CSS
      • CSS Versions History
      • CSS Syntax
      • External Style Sheet using
      • Multiple Style Sheets
      • Value Lengths and Percentages
      Module 2: CSS2-Syntax
      • CSS Syntax
      • single Style Sheets
      • Multiple Style Sheets
      • Value Lengths and Percentages
      Module 3: CSS2-Selectors
      • ID Selectors
      • Class Selectors
      • Grouping Selectors
      • Universal Selector
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    • Descendant / Child Selectors
    • Attribute Selectors
    • CSS – Pseudo Classes
    • Module 4: CSS2-Color Background Cursor
      • background-image
      • background-repeat
      • background-position
      • CSS Cursor
      Module 5: CSS2-Text Fonts
      • text-decoration
      • text-align
      • vertical-align
      • text-indent
      • text-transform
      • white-space
      • letter-spacing
      • word-spacing
      • line-height
      • font-family
      • font-size
      • font-style
      • font-variant
      • font-weight
      Module 6: CSS2-Lists Tables
      • list-style-type
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      • list-style-position
      • list-style-image
      • list-style
      • CSS Tables
      • I. border

        II. width & height

        III. text-align

        IV. vertical-align

        V. padding

        VI. color

      Module 7: CSS2-Box Model
      • Borders & Outline
      • Margin & Padding
      • Height and width
      • CSS Dimensions
      Module 8: CSS2-Display Positioning
      • CSS Visibility
      • CSS Display
      • CSS Scrollbars
      • CSS Positioning
      • 1. Static Positioning

        2. Fixed Positioning

        3. Relative Positioning

        4. Absolute Positioning

      • CSS Layers with Z-Index
      Syllabus of JavaScript Course in Chennai
      Module 1: Introduction
      • What is JavaScript?
      • What is AJAX?
      Module 2: Developer Essentials
      • The development workflow
      • Selecting the right tools for the job
      • Just enough HTML and CSS
      • Understanding objects
      • Understanding variables
      • Making comparisons
      • Understanding events
      Module 3: Starting to Code
      • Writing your first script
      • Internal vs. external scripts
      • Using comments in scripts
      • Using the noscript tag in HTML
      Module 4: Interacting with Users
      • Creating alert dialogs
      • Understanding conditional statements
      • Getting confirmations from users
      • Creating prompts for users
      • Understanding functions
      • Making links smarter
      • Using switch/case statements
      • Handling errors
      Module 5: JavaScript Language Essentials
      • Getting started
      • Creating loops
      • Passing values to functions
      • Detecting objects
      • Reading arrays
      • Returning values from functions
      • Writing arrays
      • Building do and while loops
      • Re-using functions
      Module 6: Creating Rollovers and More
      • Creating a basic image rollover
      • How to write a better rollover
      • Creating a three-state rollover
      • Making rollovers accessible and 508 compliant
      • Making disjointed rollovers
      • Creating slideshows
      • Displaying random images
      Module 7: Building Smarter Forms
      • Getting started
      • Creating jump menus
      • Creating dynamic menus
      • Requiring fields
      • Cross-checking fields
      • Displaying more informative errors
      • Verifying radio button selections
      • Setting one field with another field
      • Verifying email addresses
      Module 8: Handling Events
      • Responding to window events
      • Responding to mouse movements
      • Responding to mouse clicks
      • Responding to onBlur form events
      • Responding to onFocus form events
      • Responding to keyboard events
      Module 9: Working with Cookies
      • Demystifying cookies
      • Writing a cookie
      • Reading a cookie
      • Displaying a cookie
      • Counting with cookies
      • Deleting cookies
      • Handling multiple cookies
      • Cookies in action
      Module 10: The DOM, Nodes, and Objects
      • Understanding the DOM
      • Adding nodes to the DOM
      • Deleting nodes from the DOM
      • Deleting specific nodes
      • Inserting nodes into the DOM
      • Replacing nodes in the DOM
      Module 11: Working with Dates and Times
      • Displaying dates
      • Displaying times
      • Creating a countdown
      Module 12: Real World Applications of JavaScript
      • Creating sliding menus
      • Creating pop-up menus
      • Creating slideshows with captions
      • Creating a stylesheet switcher
      Syllabus of Bootstrap Course in Chennai
      Module 1: Introduction to Bootstrap
      • What is Bootstrap Framework
      • Why Bootstrap
      • History of Bootstrap
      • Advantages of Bootstrap Framework
      • What is Responsive web page
      • How to remove Responsiveness
      • Major Features of Bootstrap
      • What is Mobile-First Strategy
      • Setting up Environment
      • How to apply Bootstrap to Applications
      Module 2: Bootstrap Grid
      • What is Bootstrap Grid
      • How to apply Bootstrap Grid
      • What is Container
      • What is Offset Column
      • How to Reordering Columns
      • Advantages of Bootstrap Grid
      • How to Display responsive Images
      • How to change class properties
      • How to use readymade themes
      • How to customize Bootstrap's components, Less variables, and jQuery plug-in.
      • What is Bootstrap Typography
      • How to use Typography
      • What is Bootstrap Tables
      • What is Bootstrap Form Layout
      • What is Bootstrap Button
      • How display images in different styles like Circle shape etc
      • How to display text like muted and warning etc
      • What is Carets Classes
      • How to hide or show the text in Bootstrap
      Module 3: Bootstrap Components
      • What is Bootstrap Components
      • Why Bootstrap Components
      • Advantages of Bootstrap Components
      • What are the different types of Bootstrap Components
      • What is Glyphicons Component
      • How to use Glyphicons Component
      • What is Bootstrap Dropdown Menu Component
      • What is Button Groups and Button Toolbar
      • How to use Button Groups and Button Toolbar
      • What are different Input Groups Components
      • What is Navigation Pills & Tabs Components
      • How to use Navigation Pills and Tabs Components
      • What is Navbar Component
      • How to build a Responsive Navbar
      • How to Add Forms and other controls to Navbar
      • How to Fix the position of navbar
      • What is Breadcrumb Component
      • What is Pagination Component
      • How to apply Pagination in Application
      • What is Labels / Badge Components
      • What is Jumbotron / Page Header Components
      • What is Thumbnail Component
      • What is Alerts & Dismissible Alerts
      • How to Create Progress Bar
      • What is Media Objects Component
      • Why Media Objects Component
      • How to use Media Objects Component
      • What is Bootstrap List Group Component
      • What is Bootstrap Panel Component
      Module 4: Bootstrap Plug-Ins
      • What is Bootstrap Plug-Ins.
      • Why Bootstrap Plug-Ins
      • How to use Bootstrap Plug-Ins
      • What is Transition Plug-in
      • What Modal Dialog Box
      • What are the different Properties, Methods and Events of Model Dialog Box
      • What is Scrollspy Plug-In
      • What is Tab Plug-in
      • How to use Tab Plug-in
      • What is Drop Down Plug-in
      • What is Tooltip Plug-in
      • How to use Button Plug-in
      • What are the different methods and events of Tooltip Plug-in
      • What is Popover Plug-in
      • What is alert and Button Plug-ins
      • What is Collapse Plug-in
      • What are different types of Properties, Methods and Events of Collapse Plug-in
      • What is Carousel Plug-in
      • What is Affix Plug-in
      Syllabus of PHP Course in Chennai
      Module 1:Introduction of Web & PHP
      • What is PHP?
      • The history of PHP
      • Why choose PHP?
      • Installation overview
      Module 2: First Steps
      • Embedding PHP code on a page
      • Outputting dynamic text
      • The operational trail
      • Inserting code comments
      Module 3: Exploring Data Types
      • Variables
      • Strings
      • String functions
      • Numbers part one: Integers
      • Numbers part two: Floating points
      • Arrays
      • Associative arrays
      • Array functions
      • Booleans
      • NULL and empty
      • Type juggling and casting
      • Constants
      Module 4: Control Structures: Logical Expressions
      • If statements
      • Else and elseif statements
      • Logical operators
      • Switch statements
      Module 5: Control Structures: Loops
      • While loops
      • For loops
      • Foreach loops
      • Continue
      • Break
      • Understanding array pointers
      Module 6: User-Defined Functions
      • Defining functions
      • Function arguments
      • Returning values from a function
      • Multiple return values
      • Scope and global variables
      • Setting default argument values
      Module 7: Debugging
      • Common problems
      • Warnings and errors
      • Debugging and troubleshooting
      Module 8: Building Web Pages with PHP Course Syllabus
      • Links and URLs
      • Using GET values
      • Encoding GET values
      • Encoding for HTML
      • Including and requiring files
      • Modifying headers
      • Page redirection
      • Output buffering
      Module 9: Working with Forms and Form Data
      • Building forms
      • Detecting form submissions
      • Single-page form processing
      • Validating form values
      • Problems with validation logic
      • Displaying validation errors
      • Custom validation functions
      • Single-page form with validations
      Module 10: Working with Cookies and Sessions
      • Working with cookies
      • Setting cookie values
      • Reading cookie values
      • Unsetting cookie values
      • Working with sessions
      Module 11: MySQL Basics
      • MySQL introduction
      • Creating a database
      • Creating a database table
      • CRUD in MySQL
      • Populating a MySQL database
      • Relational database tables
      • Populating the relational table
      Syllabus of MySQL Course in Chennai
      Module 1: Using PHP to Access MySQL
      • Database APIs in PHP
      • Connecting to MySQL with PHP
      • Retrieving data from MySQL
      • Working with retrieved data
      • Creating records with PHP
      • Updating and deleting records with PHP
      • SQL injection
      • Escaping strings for MySQL
      • Introducing prepared statements
      Module 2: Building a Content Management System (CMS)
      • Blueprinting the application
      • Building the CMS database
      • Establishing your work area
      • Creating and styling the first page
      • Making page assets reusable
      • Connecting the application to the database
      Module 3: Using Site Navigation to Choose Content
      • Adding pages to the navigation subjects
      • Refactoring the navigation
      • Selecting pages from the navigation
      • Highlighting the current page
      • Moving the navigation to a function
      Module 4: Application CRUD
      • Finding a subject in the database
      • Refactoring the page selection
      • Creating a new subject form
      • Processing form values and adding subjects
      • Passing data in the session
      • Validating form values
      • Creating an edit subject form
      • Using single-page submission
      • Deleting a subject
      • Cleaning up
      • Assignment: Pages CRUD
      • Assignment results: Pages CRUD
      Module 5: Building the Public Area
      • The public appearance
      • Using a context for conditional code
      • Adding a default subject behaviour
      • The public content area
      • Protecting page visibility
      Module 6: Regulating Page Access
      • User authentication overview
      • Admin CRUD
      • Encrypting passwords
      • Salting passwords
      • Adding password encryption to CMS
      • New PHP password functions
      • Creating a login system
      • Checking for authorization
      • Creating a logout page
      Module 7: Advanced PHP Techniques
      • Using variable variables
      • Applying more array functions
      • Building dates and times: Epoch/Unix
      • Formatting dates and times: Strings and SQL
      • Setting server and request variables
      • Establishing global and static variable scope
      • Making a reference assignment
      • Using references as function arguments
      • Using references as function return values
      Module 8: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
      • Introducing the concept and basics of OOP
      • Defining classes
      • Defining class methods
      • Instantiating a class
      • Referencing an instance
      • Defining class properties
      Module 9: OOP in Practice
      • Understanding class inheritance
      • Setting access modifiers
      • Using setters and getters
      • Working with the static modifier
      • Reviewing the scope resolution operator
      • Referencing the Parent class
      • Using constructors and destructors
      • Cloning objects
      • Comparing objects
      Module 10: Working with Files and Directories
      • File system basics
      • Understanding file permissions
      • Setting file permissions
      • PHP permissions
      • Accessing files
      • Writing to files
      • Deleting files
      • Moving the file pointer
      • Reading files
      • Examining file details
      • Working with directories
      • Viewing directory content
      Module 11: Sending Emails
      • Configuring PHP for email
      • Sending email with mail()
      • Using headers
      • Reviewing SMTP
      • Using PHPMailer
      Syllabus of Dot Net Course in Chennai
      Module 1:Introduction to Web Programming
      • Introduction
      • Server Side and Client Side applications
      • HTML
      • CSS
      • Silverlight
      • ASP.NET
      • ASP.NET AJAX
      Module 2: Introduction to ASP.NET
      • Introduction
      • ASP.NET Web pages
      • ASP.NET Model View Controller(MVC)
      • ASP.NET Web Forms
      • .NET Framework
      • IIS
    • IDE
    • Working with Views and Windows
    • Adding Folders and Files to your website
    • Projects and solution
    • Building and Executing a project
    • Module 4: Basic Controls
      • Buttons
      • Textbox and Label
      • Check box and Radio Button
      • List Ctrl
      • ListItemCollection object
      • Bulleted and numbered lists
      • Hyperlink and Image controls
      • Panel controls
      • Calendars
      • Multi Views
      Module 5: Directives
      • Assembly
      • Control
      • Implements
      • Import
      • Master
      • MasterType
      • OutputCache
      • Page
      • PreviousPageType
      • Reference
      • Register
      Module 6: Event Handling
      • Event Arguments
      • Application and Session Events
      • Page and control events
      • Event handling using controls
      • Default controls
      Module 7: Database Handling
      • Database systems
      • Microsoft SQL Server
      • SQL
      • SQL Server + ASP.NET
      • Example
      Module 8: Error Handling
      • Tracing
      • Error Handling
      Module 9: Other concepts
      • Data Caching
      • WebSerive
      • MultiThreading
      • Configuration
      • Debugging
      Module 10: Deployment
      • XCOPY Deployment
      • Copying a web site
      • Creating a setup project
      Module 11: Security
      • Form based authentication
      • IIS Authentication SSL
      Syllabus of Java Course in Chennai
      Module 1: Introduction to Java
      • Features of Java
      • Simple
      • Secure
      • Portable
      • Robust
      • Multithreading
      • Platform-Independent
      • Distributed.
      • Dynamic
      • New Features of Java 8
      • Introducing Java Environment
      • Java Development Kit
      • Java Platforms
      • Java Virtual Machine
      • Java API
      • Java Programs
      • Installing Java
      • What about CLASSPATH?
      • Java’s Reserve Words
      • Starting a Java program
      • Line 1—public class App
      • Line 2—public static void main(String[] args)
      • Line 3—System.out.println(“Hello from Java!”);
      • Compiling Code 15
      • Compiling Code: Using Command-Line Options
      • Cross-Compilation Options
      • Compiling Code: Checking for Deprecated Methods
      • Running Code
      • Running Code: Using Command-Line Options
      • Commenting Your Code
      • Importing Java Packages and Classes
      • Finding Java Class with CLASSPATH
      • Summary
      Module 2: Variables, Arrays and Strings
      • Variables
      • Data Typing
      • Arrays
      • Strings
      • What Data Types are Available?
      • Creating Integer Literals
      • Creating Floating-Point Literals
      • Creating Boolean Literals
      • Creating Character Literals
      • Creating String Literals
      • Creating Binary Literals
      • Using Underscores in Numeric Literals
      • Declaring Integer Variables
      • Declaring Floating-Point Variables
      • Declaring Character Variables
      • Declaring Boolean Variables
      • Initializing Variables Dynamically
      • Conversion between Data Types
      • Automatic Conversions
      • Casting to New Data Types
      • Declaring One-Dimensional
      • Creating One-Dimensional Arrays
      • Initializing One-Dimensional Arrays
      • Declaring Multi-Dimensional Arrays
      • Creating Multi-Dimensional Arrays
      • Initializing Multi-Dimensional Arrays
      • Creating Irregular Multi-Dimensional Arrays
      • Getting an the Length of an Array
      • Understanding General Form of Static Import
      • Importing Static Members
      • The String Class
      • Getting String Length
      • Concatenating Strings
      • Getting Characters and Substrings
      • Searching For and Replacing Strings
      • Changing Case in Strings
      • Checking for Empty String
      • Formatting Numbers in Strings
      • The StringBuffer Class
      • Creating StringBuffers
      • Getting and Setting StringBuffer Lengths and Capacities
      • Setting Characters in String Buffers
      • Appending and Inserting Using StringBuffers
      • Deleting Text in StringBuffers
      • Replacing Text in String Buffer
      • Using the Wrapper Class
      • Autoboxing and Unboxing of Primitive Types
      • Learning the Fundamentals of Varargs Methods
      • Overloading Varargs Methods
      • Learning the Ambiguity in Varargs Methods
      • Using Non-Reifiable Formal Parameters
      Module 3: Operators, Conditionals and Loops
      • Operators
      • Conditionals
      • Loops
      • Operator Precedence
      • Incrementing and Decrementing (++ and --)
      • Unary NOT (~ And !)
      • Multiplication and Division (* and /)
      • Modulus (%)
      • Addition and Subtraction (+ and -)
      • Shift Operators (>>, >>>, and <<)
      • Relational Operators (>, >=, <, <=, ==, and !=)
      • Bitwise and Bitwise Logical AND, XOR, and OR (&, ^, and /)
      • Logical (&& and ||)
      • The if-then-else Operator
      • Assignment Operators (= and [operator]=)
      • Using the Math
      • Changes in the Math Class
      • Class StrictMath
      • Comparing Strings
      • The if Statement
      • The else Statement
      • Nested if
      • The if-else Ladders
      • The switch Statement
      • Using Strings in switch Statement
      • The while Loop
      • The do-while Loop
      • The for Loop
      • The for-each Loop
      • Supporting for-each in Your Own Class
      • A (Poor) Solution
      • Significance of for-
      • Nested Loops
      • Using the break Statement
      • Using the continue Statement
      • Using the return Statement
      • Summary
      Module 4: Class, Object, Packages and Access Specifiers
      • The Control Overview of a Class
      • Working with Objects
      • Working with Methods
      • Defining Default Methods
      • Working with Constructors
      • Using Default Constructor
      • Using Parameterized Constructors
      • Exploring Packages
      • Studying the Types of Packages
      • Importing Packages
      • Using Access Specifiers
      • Working with Streams API
      • Stream API Overview
      • Collection and Stream
      • Commonly Used Functional Interfaces in Stream
      • java.util.Optional
      • Aggregate Operations
      • Working with Time API
      Module 5: Implementing Object-Oriented Programming in Java
      • Understanding Encapsulation
      • Understanding Abstraction
      • Understanding Inheritance
      • Understanding the final Keyword
      • Preventing Inheritance
      • Declaring Constant
      • Preventing Method Overriding
      • Implementing Interfaces
      • Working with Lambda Expressions
      • Method References
      • Using Lambda Expressions
      • Implementing Abstract Classes and Methods
      • Difference between Abstract Classes and Interfaces
      • Implementing Polymorphism
      • Understanding the Static Polymorphism
      • Understanding the Dynamic Polymorphism
      • Summary
      Module 6: Working with Streams, Files and I/O Handling
      • Streams, Readers and Writers
      • Essentials in NIO
      • Buffers
      • Channels
      • Charsets and Selectors
      • Enhancements in NIO with Java 8
      • The Path Interface
      • The Files Class
      • The Paths Class
      • The File Attribute Interfaces
      • The FileSystem Class
      • The FileSystems Class
      • The FileStore Class
      • Prospects of NIO
      • Working with Streams
      • The InputStream Class
      • The OutputStream Class
      • The ByteArrayInputStream Class
      • The ByteArrayOutputStream Class
      • The BufferedInputStream Class
      • The BufferedOutputStream Class
      • The FileInputStream Class
      • The FileOutputStream Class
      • Working with the Reader Class
      • Working with the Writer Class
      • Accepting Input from the Keyboard with the InputStreamReader Class
      • Working with the OutputStreamWriter Class
      • Working with Files
      • Using the File Class
      • Using the FileReader Class
      • Using the FileWriter Class
      • Working with the RandomAccessFile Class
      • Working with Character Arrays
      • Using the CharArrayReader Class
      • Using the CharArrayWriter Class
      • Working with Buffers
      • Using the BufferedReader Class
      • Using the BufferedWriter Class
      • Working with the PushbackReader Class
      • Working with the PrintWriter Class
      • Working with the StreamTokenizer Class
      • Implementing the Serializable Interface
      • Working with the Console Class
      • Working with the Clipboard
      • Working with the Printer
      • Printing with the Formatter Class
      • Using the System.out.printf() Method
      • Using the String.format() Method
      • Formatting Dates Using the String.format() Method
      • Using the java.util.Formatter Class
      • Scanning Input with the Scanner class
      • Summary
      Module 7: Implementing Exception Handling
      • Overview of Exceptions
      • Exception Handling Techniques
      • Rethrowing Catched Exception with Improved Type Checking
      • Built-in Exceptions
      • User-Defined Exceptions
      • Summary
      Module 8: Working with Multiple Threads
      • Using Threads in Java
      • Life Cycle of a Thread
      • Synchronization of Threads
      • Multithreaded Custom Class Loader
      • Getting the Main Thread
      • Naming a Thread
      • Pausing a Thread
      • Creating a Thread with the Runnable Interface
      • Creating a Thread with the Thread Class
      • Creating Multiple Threads
      • Joining Threads
      • Checking if a Thread Is Alive
      • Setting Thread Priority and Stopping Threads
      • Synchronizing
      • Communicating between Threads
      • Suspending and Resuming Threads
      • Creating Graphics Animation with Threads
      • Eliminating Flicker in Graphics Animation Created Using Threads
      • Suspending and Resuming Graphics Animation
      • Using Double Buffering
      • Simplifying Producer-Consumer with the Queue Interface
      • Implementing Concurrent Programming
      • Simplifying Servers Using the Concurrency Utilities
      • Knowing Various Concurrency Utilities
      • Learning about the java.util.concurrent Package
      • Learning about the java.util.concurrent.locks Package
      • Learning about the java.util.concurrent.atomic Package
      • Summary
      Module 9: Working with Collections Framework
      • The Collection Interfaces
      • The Collection Classes
      • The Map Interfaces
      • The Map Classes
      • Collections Framework Enhancements in Java SE 8
      • Using the Collection Interface
      • The Queue Interface
      • The List Interface
      • The Set Interface
      • The SortedSet Interface
      • Using the Collection Classes
      • Using the Comparator Interface
      • Using the Iterator Interface
      • Using the ListIterator Interface
      • Using the AbstractMap Class
      • Using the HashMap Class
      • Using the TreeMap Class
      • Using the Arrays Class
      • Learning the Fundamentals of Enumerations
      • The Legacy Classes and Interfaces
      • Using the Aggregate Operations
      • Using the java.util.function Package
      • Summary
      Module 10: Creating Packages, Interfaces, JAR Files and Annotations
      • Packages and Interfaces
      • JAR Files
      • The Core Java API Package
      • The java.lang Package
      • Basics of Annotation
      • Other Built-In Annotations
      • Creating a Package
      • Creating Packages that have Subpackages
      • Creating an Interface
      • Implementing an Interface
      • Extending an Interface
      • Using Interfaces for Callbacks
      • Performing Operations on a JAR File
      • Marker Annotations
      • Single Member Annotations
      • Summary
      Module 11: Working with Java Beans
      • What is Java Bean?
      • Advantages of Java Bean
      • Introspection
      • Persistence
      • Customizers
      • Understanding Java Beans
      • Designing Programs Using Java Beans
      • Creating Applets that Use Java Beans
      • Creating a Java Bean
      • Creating a Bean Manifest File
      • Creating a Bean JAR File
      • Creating a New Bean
      • Adding Controls to Beans
      • Giving a Bean Properties
      • Design Patterns for Properties
      • Using Simple Properties
      • Designing Patterns for Events
      • Learning Methods and Design Patterns
      • Creating Bound Properties
      • Giving a Bean Methods
      • Giving a Bean an Icon
      • Creating a BeanInfo Class
      • Setting Bound and Constrained Properties
      • Implementing Persistence
      • Using the Java Beans API
      • Learning the Basics of an Event
      • Using the Java Beans Conventions
      • Using the Remote Notification and Distributed Notification
      • Using Beans with JSP
      • Summary
      Module 12: Networking and Security with Java
      • Basics of Networking
      • Sockets in Java
      • Client-Server Networking
      • Proxy Servers
      • Internet Addressing
      • Domain Name Service
      • Inet4Addresses and Inet6Addresses
      • The URL Class
      • The URI Class
      • URI Syntax and Components
      • TCP/IP and Datagram
      • Blackboard Assignment Retrieval Transaction
      • Understanding Networking Interfaces and Classes in the java.net Package
      • Understanding the InetAddresses
      • Caching InetAddress
      • Creating and Using Sockets
      • Creating TCP Clients and Servers
      • Understanding the Whois Example
      • Submitting an HTML Form from a Java Program
      • Handling URL
      • Using the URLConnection Objects
      • Working with Datagrams
      • Datagrams Server and Client
      • Working with BART
      • Learning about the java.security Package
      • Summary
      Module 13: Implementing Event Handling and Wrappers in Servlets 3.1
      • Introducing Events
      • Introducing Event Handling
      • Working with the Types of Servlet Events
      • Developing the onlineshop Web Application
      • Introducing Wrappers
      • Working with Wrappers
      • Summary
      Module 14 : Java Server Pages 2.3 and Expression Language 3.0
      • Introducing JSP Technology
      • Listing Advantages of JSP over Java Servlet
      • Exploring the Architecture of a JSP Page
      • Describing the Life Cycle of a JSP Page
      • Working with JSP Basic Tags and Implicit Objects
      • Working with Action Tags in JSP
      • Exploring EL
      • Using Custom Tag Library with EL Functions
      Module 15: Implementing Filters
      • Exploring the Need of Filters
      • Exploring the Working of Filters
      • Exploring Filter API
      • Configuring a Filter
      • Creating a Web Application Using Filters
      • Using Initializing Parameter in Filters
      • Manipulating Responses
      • Discussing Issues in Using Threads with Filters
      • Summary
      Module 16: Java EE Design Patterns
      • Describing the Java EE Application Architecture
      • Introducing a Design Pattern
      • Discussing the Role of Design Patterns
      • Exploring Types of Patterns
      • Summary
      Module 17: Implementing SOA using Java Web Services
      • Section A: Exploring SOA and Java Web Services
      • Overview of SOA
      • Describing the SOA Environment
      • Overview of JWS
      • Role of WSDL, SOAP and Java/XML Mapping in SOA
      • Section B: Understanding Web Service Specifications to Implement SOA
      • Exploring the JAX-WS 2.2 Specification
      • Exploring the JAXB 2.2 Specification
      • Exploring the WSEE 1.3 Specification
      • Exploring the WS-Metadata 2.2 Specification
      • Describing the SAAJ 1.3 Specification
      • Working with SAAJ and DOM APIs
      • Describing the JAXR Specification
      • JAXR Architecture
      • Exploring the StAX 1.0 Specification
      • Exploring the WebSocket 1.0 Specification
      • Describing the JAX-RS 2.0 Specification
      • Exploring the JASON-P 1.0 Specification
      • Section C: Using the Web Service Specifications
      • Using the JAXB 2.2 Specification
      • Using the WSEE and WS-Metadata Specifications
      • Implementing the SAAJ Specification
      • Implementing the JAXR Specification
      • Implementing the StAX Specification
      Syllabus of Python Course in Chennai
      Module 1:An Introduction to Python
      • What can Python do?
      • Why Python?
      • Good to know
      • Python Syntax compared to other programming languages
      • Python Install
      Module 2 : Beginning Python Basics
      • The print statement
      • Comments
      • Python Data Structures & Data Types
      • String Operations in Python
      • Simple Input & Output
      • Simple Output Formatting
      • Operators in python
      Module 3: Python Program Flow
      • Indentation
      • The If statement and its’ related statement
      • An example with if and it’s related statement
      • The while loop
      • The for loop
      • The range statement
      • Break &Continue
      • Assert
      • Examples for looping
      Module 4: Functions& Modules
      • Create your own functions
      • Functions Parameters
      • Variable Arguments
      • Scope of a Function
      • Function Documentations
      • Lambda Functions& map
      • n Exercise with functions
      • Create a Module
      • Standard Modules
      Module 5: Exceptions Handling
      • Errors
      • Exception handling with try
      • handling Multiple Exceptions
      • Writing your own Exception
      Module 6: File Handling
      • File handling Modes
      • Reading Files
      • Writing& Appending to Files
      • Handling File Exceptions
      • The with statement
      Module 7: Classes In Python
      • New Style Classes
      • Creating Classes
      • Instance Methods
      • Inheritance
      • Polymorphism
      • Exception Classes & Custom Exceptions
      Module 8: Generators and iterators
      • Iterators
      • Generators
      • The Functions any and all
      • With Statement
      • Data Compression
      Module 9: Data Structures
      • List Comprehensions
      • Nested List Comprehensions
      • Dictionary Comprehensions
      • Functions
      • Default Parameters
      • Variable Arguments
      • Specialized Sorts
      Module 10: Collections
      • namedtuple()
      • deque
      • ChainMap
      • Counter
      • OrderedDict
      • defaultdict
      • UserDict
      • UserList
      • UserString
      Advance Python
        Module 11: Writing GUIs in Python
        • Introduction
        • Components and Events
        • An Example GUI
        • The root Component
        • Adding a Button
        • Entry Widgets
        • Text Widgets
        • Check buttons
        Module 12: Python SQL Database Access
        • Introduction
        • Installation
        • DB Connection
        • Creating DB Table
        • INSERT, READ, UPDATE, DELETE operations
        • COMMIT & ROLLBACK operation
        • handling Errors
        Module 13:Network Programming
        • Introduction
        • A Daytime Server
        • Clients and Servers
        • The Client Program
        • The Server Program
        Module 14: Date and Time
        • sleep
        • Program execution time
        • more methods on date/time
        Module 15 : Few more topics in-detailed
        • Filter
        • Map
        • Reduce
        • Decorators
        • Frozen set
        • Collections
        Module 16: Regular expression
        • Split
        • Working with special characters, date, emails
        • Quantifiers
        • Match and find all
        • character sequence and substitute
        • Search method
        Module 17: Threads ESSENTIAL
        • Class and threads
        • Multi-threading
        • Synchronization
        • Treads Life cycle
        • use cases
        Module 18: Accessing API ESSENTIAL
        • Introduction
        • Facebook Messenger
        • Openweather
        Module 19: DJANGO ESSENTIAL
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