IT Specialist Java

(ITSPC-JAVA) / ISBN : 9781644593325

This course includes

Gain hands-on experience in the Java programming language with uCertify's course IT Specialist Java. The course contains interactive lessons, practice tests, knowledge checks, quizzes, flashcards, glossaries, and live labs to comprehensively cover the ITSPC exam objectives. It equips the candidates with all the skills required to pass the ITSPC Java exam.

Here's what you will get

The Information Technology Specialist program validates the candidates for entry-level IT skills that employers look for. The ITSPC Java program verifies the candidate's knowledge of Java Fundamentals, Data Types, Variables, and Expressions, Flow Control Implementation, and Code Compilation and Debugging. They should demonstrate skills in recognizing, writing, and debugging Java code that will logically solve a problem.


26+ Lessons | 155+ Quizzes | 451+ Flashcards | 451+ Glossary of terms


56+ Pre Assessment Questions | 56+ Post Assessment Questions |

Hand on lab

58+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes

Here's what you will learn

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  • How This Course Is Organized?
  • Who Should Read This Course?
  • Conventions Used in This Course

  • The Java Language
  • Object-Oriented Programming
  • Objects and Classes
  • Attributes and Behavior
  • Organizing Classes and Class Behavior
  • Summary

  • Statements and Expressions
  • Variables and Data Types
  • Comments
  • Literals
  • Expressions and Operators
  • String Arithmetic
  • Summary

  • Creating New Objects
  • Using Class and Instance Variables
  • Calling Methods
  • References to Objects
  • Casting Objects and Primitive Types
  • Comparing Object Values and Classes
  • Summary

  • Arrays
  • Block Statements
  • if Conditionals
  • Switch Conditionals
  • The Ternary Operator
  • for Loops
  • while and do Loops
  • Breaking Out of Loops
  • Summary

  • Defining Classes
  • Creating Instance and Class Variables
  • Creating Methods
  • Creating Java Applications
  • Java Applications and Arguments
  • Creating Methods with the Same Name
  • Constructors
  • Overriding Methods
  • Summary

  • Modifiers
  • Static Variables and Methods
  • Final Classes, Methods, and Variables
  • Abstract Classes and Methods
  • Packages
  • Creating Your Own Packages
  • Interfaces
  • Creating and Extending Interfaces
  • Summary

  • Exceptions
  • Managing Exceptions
  • Declaring Methods That Might Throw Exceptions
  • Creating and Throwing Exceptions
  • When Not to Use Exceptions
  • Threads
  • Summary

  • Moving Beyond Arrays
  • Java Structures
  • Generics
  • Enumerations
  • Summary

  • Creating an Application
  • Working with Components
  • Lists
  • The Java Class Library
  • Summary

  • Swing Features
  • Summary

  • Basic Interface Layout
  • Mixing Layout Managers
  • Card Layout
  • Summary

  • Event Listeners
  • Working with Methods
  • Summary

  • The Graphics2D Class
  • Drawing Text
  • Color
  • Drawing Lines and Polygons
  • Summary

  • Improving Performance with SwingWorker
  • Grid Bag Layout
  • Summary

  • Inner Classes
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Variable Type Inference
  • Summary

  • Introduction to Streams
  • Byte Streams
  • Filtering a Stream
  • Character Streams
  • Files and Paths
  • Summary

  • Networking in Java
  • The java.nio Package
  • Summary

  • Java Database Connectivity
  • Summary

  • Using XML
  • Designing an XML Dialect
  • Processing XML with Java
  • Processing XML with XOM
  • Summary

  • Introduction to XML-RPC
  • Communicating with XML-RPC
  • Choosing an XML-RPC Implementation
  • Using an XML-RPC Web Service
  • Creating an XML-RPC Web Service
  • Summary

  • Playing a Game
  • Summary

  • Installing NetBeans
  • Creating a New Project
  • Creating a New Java Class
  • Running the Application
  • Fixing Errors
  • Expanding and Shrinking a Pane
  • Exploring NetBeans

  • Adding Module Info

  • Choosing a Java Development Tool
  • Configuring the Java Development Kit
  • Using a Text Editor
  • Creating a Sample Program

  • Overview of the JDK
  • java, the Java Virtual Machine
  • The javac Compiler
  • The javadoc Documentation Tool
  • The jar Java File Archival Tool
  • The jdb Debugger
  • Using System Properties
  • Writing Java Statements in a Shell

Hands-on LAB Activities

  • Using a Variable
  • Using Multiple Variables
  • Creating a Local Variable
  • Using Comments
  • Using the Modulus Operator
  • Using the Logical AND Operator
  • Using the Logical OR Operator
  • Using the instanceOf Operator
  • Using Relational Operators
  • Concatenating Two Strings

  • Creating an Object
  • Creating a Class Variable
  • Creating a Reference to the Object
  • Using Java Primitives 
  • Converting a Primitive Type to Object

  • Declaring a Multidimensional Array
  • Declaring an Array
  • Using the if Statement
  • Using the if-else Statement
  • Using the switch Statement
  • Using the Ternary Operator
  • Using the for Statement
  • Using the while Loop
  • Using the do/while Loop
  • Using the break Statement

  • Using the this Keyword
  • Creating a Method
  • Creating the main() Method
  • Passing Parameters to a Method
  • Creating a Constructor
  • Overloading a Method
  • Using Method Overriding

  • Using the Access Modifier
  • Using the Static Method
  • Using Static Variables
  • Importing a Package
  • Using the Abstract Method
  • Creating an Interface

  • Using the try/catch Block
  • Using the finally Block
  • Using the throws Keyword

  • Creating an Enumeration

  • Creating a Form

  • Creating a Signup Form
  • Creating a Textbox and a Progress Bar

  • Creating a Calendar

  • Creating a Calculator

  • Drawing a Rectangle and Adding Color to it

  • Creating a Graphical User Interface

  • Using the Static Inner Class
  • Using a Lambda Expression

  • Writing Values in a File
  • Reading the Content of a File

  • Working with JDBC Statements
  • Executing a SQL Query
  • Displaying Records
  • Reading the Content of a Webpage

  • Creating an XML Document

Exam FAQs

Pearson VUE

The exam contains 35-45 questions.

50 minutes

  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  • If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait seven days before retaking the exam a third time.
  • A seven-day waiting period is imposed between each subsequent exam retake.
  • A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period starts from the first attempt. The candidate is then eligible to retake the exam 12 months from the date of the first attempt.