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Crack the Advance java interview by mastering Spring,Hibernate and WebServices
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Created by Wilky Singh
Last updated 7/2017
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Supplemental Resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • After completing this course you will be ready to face any advance java interview with confidence
  • After completing this course you will be having a goliath of coverage of Interview questions related to Spring,Hibernate and Webservices
  • New pdf containing most of the questions have been included
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Requirements
  • Core java Knowledge
  • Spring framework knowldge
  • Basics of Hibernate
  • Fundamentals of WebServices like SOAP and REST
Description

If you are preparing for Advance java interview then it is pretty much vast and tricky.You need to get a good grasp on the fundamentals of Spring,Hibernate and Web Services.

You need to cover questions from the coding to the theory to the configuration related stuffs and much more.

This course covers most of the stuffs from every bits and bytes of the different mentioned framework.

We have tried to make the course as intact as it should be.We will keep updating the stuffs in future so, requesting you to keep revisiting the course every fortnight.

Who is the target audience?
  • Corejava Developers
  • Advance Java Developers
  • Advance java developers who have to face Interview
  • Anyone who wants to master the Web Services related Interview Questins
  • Anyone who wants to master the interview questions for Hibernate
  • Anyone who wants to master the interview questions for Spring Framework
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Curriculum For This Course
170 Lectures
01:54:16
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Spring Part 1
24 Lectures 21:22

Introduction

Preview 00:31















Application Context
00:38

AI implementation
01:36

AI or BeanFactory
01:34

DelegationVariableResolver
00:24

Significance of JSF Integration
00:21

Components Spring
00:39

DI
01:31

Constructor or Setter Based
02:16

Pros and Cons of DI
01:58
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Spring Part 2
62 Lectures 40:01
Spring Bean
00:53

Spring Bean 2
00:22

Spring Bean 3
00:42

Scopes of Bean
01:39

Scope
00:35

Singleton threading
00:19

Design Patterns
01:08

Lifecycle of Bean
01:29

Group Methods
00:43

Overriding Bean Lifecycle
00:15

Inner Bean
00:31

Collection Injection
00:40

Beans Wiring
00:23

Autowire fails
00:41

Empty String Injection
00:10

Java Based Configuration
00:21

@Configuration
00:19

Full and Lite
00:48

Annotation Based Configuration
00:26

More Annotaion
00:32

@Autowired
00:41

@Required
00:26

@Qualifier
00:21

JDBC
00:49

Ways to use Hibernate
00:22

Types of ORM support
00:46

Hibernate integration Support
00:29

Transaction Management
00:30

Transaction Management Benefits
00:36

Declarative or Programmatic
00:26

AOP
00:28

Aspects
00:34

Cross Cutting and Other Concerns
00:32

JointPoint
00:21

Types of Advice
00:58

Introduction in Spring
00:21

Target
00:15

Pointcut
00:21

Proxy
00:24

Autoproxy
00:40

Weaving
00:25

Weaving 2
00:11

XML based Implementation
01:00

Annotation Based Aspects
00:28

Spring MVC
00:31

DispatcherServlet
00:31

More DispatcherServlet
00:26

Web Application Context
00:31

@Controller
01:01

@RequestMapping
01:02

Singleton and Prototype
00:43

Usage of Singleton and Prototype
00:39

Setter and Getter Injection
00:58

Drawbacks of setter and constructors
00:59

FileSystemResource and ClassPathResource
00:33

More Annotations
01:31

Upload a file
00:22

Different Types of Events
01:30

DispatcherServlet and ContextLoaderListner
00:53

Handling Exceptions
00:50

Spring Security
00:49

Limit Number of User Sessions
00:52
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Hibernate
48 Lectures 36:51
Hibernate
00:46

Hibernate Framework
01:39

ORM
01:02

Persistence
00:19

Purpose of configuration interface
00:33

ORM impedance mismatch
02:14

Use of session object
00:17

Map column tables of table
00:26

SessionFactory
00:49

Why POJO
00:37

Objects States
00:15

OPenSession and getCurrentSession
00:35

HQL
00:47

Hibernate entity
00:25

no-args constructor
00:25

Merge vs Update
00:49

Save and Persists
01:19

Named Stored Procedure
00:34

SQL generated code in console
00:26

Types of collection support
00:19

Session Save vs Session Update
01:39

Get the Statistics
00:55

Transient State
00:26

Detached State
00:26

Dirty Checking
00:25

Callback Interface
00:24

Query Cache
00:25

Transaction Management
01:12

Unit of work Design Pattern
00:35

Entity as Immutable
00:31

Retrieving objects
00:52

Autogenerate Primary Key
00:42

First Level Cache
01:48

TransactionFactory
00:20

Cripple the Second level cache
00:30

Extra lazy fetching
00:17

Checking the collection intialization
00:23

Cache Types
00:39

List vs Set vs Bags
01:09

Checking the objects state
00:47

Inverse side of mapping
01:11

load() vs get()
00:35

Derived Property
01:11

Named Query
02:03

Locking Strategies
00:49

merge and update
00:29

Save the stills
00:26

Cascading in HBM
01:06
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Web Services
36 Lectures 16:02
SOA and Web Services
00:45

Rest
00:15

SOAP
00:19

Rest vs SOAP
01:01

Better between Rest and SOAP
00:51

JAX-RS and JAX-WS
00:24

WSDL
00:20

JAXB
00:18

MTOM
00:22

XOP
00:21

SOAP envelope
00:35

SOAP Encoding
00:18

WS steps
00:27

User name Token Profile
00:22

Web Authentication
00:27

Web Styles
00:19

Encoding rules for header entries
00:30

wsimport table
00:24

SOAP engines
00:18

wsgen tool
00:17

WS Standards
00:34

Types of operation in WDL
00:33

Steps for rest
00:37

Https methods for Rest
00:15

get instead of post
00:13

Frameworks for REST
00:15

Ajax and Rest
00:40

SOAP encoding style
00:29

Exchange files using MTOM
00:19

Handling more exceptions
00:41

@Path
00:13

@MatrixParam
00:13

@PathParam
00:15

miscellaneous 1
00:17

miscellaneous 2
00:50

Thanks!!
00:45
About the Instructor
Wilky Singh
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Programming Instructor and Technology Enthusiast

Passionate Mobile,Game and Backend Developer.Had worked in top notch organisations like Paypal, Dell R & D,TCS in the past.Have over a decade of experience in programming and software development.

Had Developed over 15 apps and 20 Mobile games for various Clients.And worked extensively as a Full Stack developer for the last 10 years .Game and Mobile development really fascinates me and in my opinion its a future.AI when integrated with mobiles will really blow ones mind in the future.