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Design Patterns in Java Training Video

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The following course, offered by Career vision, will help you improve your skills and achieve your professional goals. During the program you will study different subjects which are deemed to be useful for those who want to enhance their professional career. Sign up for more information!

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Design Patterns in Java Training Video

  • Duration: 3.5 hours - tutorial videos
  • Date Released: 2015-05-29
  • Works on: Windows PC or Mac
  • Format: DVD and Download
  • Instructor: Petter Graff

A Practical Training Course That Teaches Real World Skills

In this project-based Design Patterns in Java video tutorial series, you'll quickly have relevant skills for real-world applications.

Follow along with our expert instructor in this training course to get:

  • Concise, informative and broadcast-quality Design Patterns in Java training videos delivered to your desktop
  • The ability to learn at your own pace with our intuitive, easy-to-use interface
  • A quick grasp of even the most complex Design Patterns in Java subjects because they're broken into simple, easy to follow tutorial videos

Practical working files further enhance the learning process and provide a degree of retention that is unmatched by any other form of Design Patterns in Java tutorial, online or offline... so you'll know the exact steps for your own projects.

In this Design Patterns in Java training course, expert author Petter Graff teaches you about the most commonly used design patterns and how to select the correct pattern. This course is designed for users that already have some knowledge of object-oriented programming and design.

You will start by learning about the value of design patterns, then jump into learning when and when not to apply design patterns. This video tutorial will then cover the most commonly used Gang-of-Four patterns, including abstract factory, adapter, builder, command, composite, observer, strategy, and prototype.

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully knowledgeable of the most commonly used design patterns, as well as be able to select and implement the correct pattern. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Course Outline


01. Introduction Introduction About The Author 0103 How To Access Your Working Files 02. Context Of Patterns Introduction History Of Patterns What Are Design Patterns? 03. Composite Composite Lecture Composite Binary Expression Drawings Composite Binary Expression Coding 04. Proxy 0401 Proxy Introduction 0402 Proxy Examples 0403 Proxy Class Diagram 0404 Proxy In Code 0405 Proxy Wrapup 05. Adapter 0501 Adapter Introduction 0502 Adapter Discussion 0503 Adapter In Java 0504 Adapter Wrapup 06. Decorator 0601 Decorator Introduction 0602 Decorator Example 0603 Decorator Solution And Discussion 0604 Decorator In Java 07. Facade 0701 Facade Drawing And Discussion 08. Summary Of Pseudo Delegation Patterns 0801 Pseudo Delegation Drawing And Discussion 09. Creational Patterns 0901 Creational Patterns Introduction 0902 What Problem Are The Creational Patterns Solving? 0903 Factory Method 0904 Abstract Factory 0905 Prototype Builder And Singleton 0906 Wrap-up 10. Observer 1001 Observer Introduction 1002 Observer Problem 1003 Observer Solution 1004 Observer In Java 1005 Summary 11. Command 1101 Command Introduction 1102 Command In Eclipse 1103 Command Summary 12. Template Method 1201 Template Method Introduction And In Code 1202 Template Method Discussion 1203 Template Method Summary 13. Strategy 1301 Strategy Introduction 1302 Strategy Concept 1303 Strategy In Java 1304 Strategy Summary 14. Wrapup 1401 Conclusion