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Java Full Stack

Core Java


1. Data types
2. Variables, Objects
3. Literals, Operators
4. Modifiers, Variables, Methods
5. Control Flow Statements
6. Exception Handling
7. Static & Instance Members and their executions
8. OOP (Object-Oriented Programming):
– Classes
– Objects
– Polymorphism
– Abstraction
– Encapsulation
– Interface
9. Package, Access Modifiers
10. JVM (Java Virtual Machine) Architecture
11. Applet, AWT (Abstract Window Toolkit)


Note: The course may be subject to change based on the student’s understanding of the course and the instructor’s discretion.

Adv Java


1. Collection Frameworks
2. Date and I/O
3. Multithreading
5. JDBC (Java Database Connectivity)
6. Networking
7. Servlet
8. File Handling
9. XML and JSON
10. JavaServer Pages
11. RMI (Remote Method Invocation) Programming
12. JavaBeans
13. Struts 2 Introduction
14. Project Work


  • Node
  • Google Cloud Services
  • Node Functions
  • Node API


  • Mysql
  • MongoDB ( CRUD )
  • Firebase


  • HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Bootstrap
  • App Design Tools
  • UI UX Design

A Java Full Stack Developer is a software developer who is proficient in using the Java programming language to develop both the front-end and back-end of a web application. Full stack developers are responsible for the entire development process of a web application, from designing the user interface to implementing the business logic and integrating with back-end systems.

A Java Full Stack Developer typically has a good understanding of the following technologies:

  • Java: This is the primary programming language used for developing the back-end of a web application.

  • Spring Framework: Spring is a popular framework for developing Java-based web applications. It provides a wide range of features, including dependency injection, data access, and security.

  • JavaScript: JavaScript is used for developing the front-end of a web application. JavaScript frameworks such as React, AngularJS or VueJS are commonly used to build modern web applications.

  • HTML, CSS: These are used to design and layout the user interface of a web application.

  • SQL: SQL is used to interact with databases, which are used to store and retrieve data for web applications.

  • Git: Git is a version control system used to manage code changes and collaborate with other developers.

A Java Full Stack Developer also has a good understanding of software development principles such as Agile and Scrum, and is familiar with development tools such as Eclipse or IntelliJ IDEA, JIRA and etc.

Java Full Stack Developers are in high demand in the industry, as the number of web applications continues to grow, and more companies are looking to build and maintain web applications in-house.

The job responsibilities of a Java Full Stack Developer include:

  • Designing and implementing the front-end and back-end of a web application
  • Writing and maintaining code for the web application
  • Integrating with back-end systems and databases
  • Collaborating with other developers, designers, and project managers
  • Troubleshoot and debug any issues that arise during the development process
  • Test and deploy the web application
  • Continuously improve the application by staying up to date with the latest technologies and industry trends.