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The Enterprise Java Developer Training Program

Building a strong foundation for beginners and experienced programmers

The Enterprise Java Developer Training Program is a comprehensive training course designed to equip individuals with the skills and knowledge needed to build robust and scalable web applications. The program covers essential concepts and technologies used in Java web development, including front-end design, back-end programming, database management, and web application security.

Through hands-on learning, practical exercises, and projects, participants will develop real-world skills and gain valuable experience in Java web development.

Our experienced instructors will guide participants through the program, providing personalized feedback and support. Upon completion of the program, participants will have the skills and experience needed to build enterprise-level web applications using Java technologies. They will be job-ready and equipped to pursue a career as an Enterprise Java Developer.

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Program Objectives

Program Outline

  1. Introduction to Java Enterprise technologies
  2. Overview of application servers and containers
  3. Java Enterprise Edition (EE) platform and its components
  4. Understanding the Java EE architecture
  1. Creating web applications using Servlets and JSPs
  2. Implementing Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture in web applications
  3. Introduction to Java Server Faces (JSF) framework
  4. Implementing WebSocket for real-time communication
  1. Introduction to Java Database Connectivity (JDBC)
  2. Understanding Java Persistence API (JPA) for database access
  3. Implementing Java Transaction API (JTA) for managing transactions in enterprise applications
  1. Introduction to Enterprise Java Beans (EJB)
  2. Developing session beans, message-driven beans, and entity beans
  3. Using JPA for database access in enterprise applications
  4. Implementing Java Transaction API (JTA) for managing transactions in enterprise applications
  5. Understanding Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE
  6. Contexts and Dependency Injection for Java EE
  1. Introduction to Java EE web services
  2. Developing SOAP and RESTful web services using Java EE
  3. Overview of Java Message Service (JMS)
  4. Implementing JMS for messaging between Java EE applications
  1. Understanding Java EE security features
  2. Developing secure Java EE applications
  3. Performance tuning of Java EE applications
  4. Using Java EE performance monitoring tools
  1. Overview of Java EE design patterns
  2. Implementing design patterns in Java EE applications
  3. Best practices for Java EE development
  4. Code review and optimization techniques
  1. Overview of batch processing in Java EE
  2. Understanding concurrency utilities in Java EE
  3. Implementing interceptors in Java EE applications
  1. Integrating Java EE applications with databases and other enterprise systems
  2. Understanding Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
  3. Implementing message-based and RESTful enterprise integration patterns
  4. Working with version control and collaboration tools for enterprise-level projects
  1. Applying the knowledge and skills acquired in a final project
  2. Preparing for the Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE Developer Certification exam
  3. Reviewing exam objectives and taking practice tests
  4. Best practices for exam preparation and taking
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Training Methodology

At the end of the course, the students will have all the skills of an experienced software engineer who can undertake serious software projects with a sense of ownership.

The entire course is designed around a software project that develops a real-life application and the whole batch of students are organized as the team members who develop the system. The team will follow agile methodologies such as SCRUM, and software engineering principles and practices as part of their daily tasks. As the course progresses towards the end, the project will be fully developed by the team members.

ATM is a specialized learning methodology that follows standard software engineering principles and practices as part of the whole learning process. It is based on a project-based, team-oriented, and instructor-led approach that emphasizes collaboration, problem-solving, and continuous improvement. 

This program follows Aitrich Training Methodology(ATM), which is designed to provide a real-life software engineering experience to the students.

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What other essential skills you earn from this program

Beyond Enterprise Java Development

  1. Version Control using Git
  2. Agile Methodologies – SCRUM, XP & Kanban
  3. Project Management Tools – Trello, JIRA
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pre-requisites and program duration


To enroll in this program, you should have thorough knowledge and hands-on experience with Core Java (Java SE) programming. Besides, it is highly recommended to have knowledge and experience in the client-side web technologies such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

Recommended Programs: 

  1. Core Java Developer
  2. Java Web Developer
Program Duration

3 Months


(Exam Number: 1Z0-900) Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 7  Application Developer Certification

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be awarded Aitrich Trained Professional certificate on Java Web Developer Program. Besides, the students will be eligible to pursue Oracle Certified Professional, Java EE 7 Application Developer Certification (Exam Number: 1Z0-900).

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