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Java is an object-oriented programming language with predefined libraries. It is useful for creating desktop applications, mobile applications and web applications. In SLA, we cover basic Java concepts that include OOP, collection, exception handling, threads, etc. We also cover J2EE, JDBC, Servlet, Hibernate, Spring and Struts.

"Write once, ran anywhere" and open nature These are the wonderful advantages of Java. Because of this, there is considerable use of Java in the software. With this massive use, there is also an increase in the number of jobs. So far, with the development of programming languages, including Python and R, Java supports ring competition.

Today, the biggest challenge for a job in the IT industry is to acquire comprehensive knowledge and skills about modern technologies. SLA focuses on providing training in technologies such as Java, Python, Big Data, RPA, etc.

When we talk about Java, it is an imperishable language and ample job opportunities. But for this ambitious candidate you must have enough knowledge, skills and practice. Are you considering enrolling in Java Training in Chennai of the best training institute? Register in softlogic
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