Java is one of the most popular programming languages in the world and is found in many different applications
from washing machines to smart phones.
Similar to C++, Java is an Object Orientated Language (Oops) and uses program classes to contain the code.
Most Developers and Companies use Eclipse software to create Java programs and it is this course we recommend,
however we can also teach you Java using the DOS command prompt.
Developers wishing to develop Android apps will need Java skills to fully utilise the functionality.
Java Swing is a GUI front end suite of code for Java, allowing the Developer to create intricate input screens and menu systems.
By its very name, its structure is very formalised and has strict programming conventions, its syntax will seem pretty unforgiving to
the User attempting to learn the SQL language without proper guidance and training.
Seer Computing currently offer a number of different Java courses, some with Eclipse software others with a DOS prompt, click on the lists above or below what each offers and what the target delegate is
Each Java course is 5 days duration.
There is a variety of versions suitable from Java 7 to the latest Java 17, with appropriate Eclipse software, the second course, Java Swing, the second complimentary course deals with Java's
Swing interface which is a GUI front-end.
In the Java Programming course, the Delegate is guided throughout the course by a highly experienced Java Consultant taking the delegate from basic structure to Oops architecture.
The Java Swing course assumes that the Delegate has already been on the Java Programming course or is an experienced Java Developer.
The pricing for the courses depends on the number attending, whether the location is on-site or at a local conference centre close to your
place of work, sizeable discounts are available when more than two delegates attend the course (up to 16 delegates can be placed on the same
At the end of the course the Delegate will have greatly increased their knowledge of the facilities available through Java