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|Section 1: Introduction|
Short introduction to the course. What are the different types of questions?
|Section 2: Basic Questions|
This lecture describes how Java came into existence.
The easiest and fastest way to install Java.
In this lecture we'll create a hello world program.
Introduction the the Java Micro Edition.
The term Dalvik describes the Virtual Machine used in the Android ecosystem.
What are applets and what are the drawbacks? Why shouldn't you use them?
IDE stands for integrated development environment.
What is the SWING GUI framework?
|Section 3: Java Enterprise Questions|
This lecture answers talk about the Java Enterprise Edition. What is it and how is it different from the normal Java edition.
What is JSF primefaces?
What are the concepts of rest and webservices?
What are the differences between Rest and Web services
What is an ORM mapper?
What is a database transaction?
My professional career started ten years ago when I graduated from the university of Ghent (Belgium) with a masters degree in computer science. During my eduction I've always had a strong focus on software development.
Thus I started working as a technical consultant and gained experience as a software engineer in several large scale applications. My technical expertise was greatly appreciated. Part of my job description became guiding and training others where needed.
After a set of successful projects, I've received the opportunity to become a solution architect. With this change I've become more focused on how systems work together to fulfil a set of functionality instead of designing for one system in particular.
Teaching and supporting others in doing their job has always been a big part of my life. Therefore I possess the necessary skills to help others learn and focus on what's important.
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