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Learn the ins and outs of Java programming in an intense 12-week course designed to prepare you for a successful career in tech. After that, begin your journey as a software engineer.
Java Full-Stack Programming
Java is used for the Internet of Things and APIs, in big data technologies, e-commerce websites, high frequency financial trading platforms, and scientific applications. Java powers Android, which is the most widely used operating system on earth. It’s the brains behind Gmail, and is even in the Curiosity Rover on Mars.
Job security with Java skills is relatively high. The US Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts software developer roles to grow by 22% from 2020 to 2030! With Java in your skillset, many companies will have roles for you.
of candidates land a job through our program
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Below are some of the topics that you will learn in this course. Get the full PDF syllabus sent to you with more details!
Note: The actual curriculum for your program may vary. We customize the training to best meet client needs, and to prepare you for success. Your recruiter will share the specific curriculum for you upon hiring.
Core Java I, II, III
Some Topics You’ll Cover: Primitive Data Types Predicate Logic, Strings, Sentinel Constructs (Looping), Arrays, Version Control Systems, Debugging, Unit Testing, Collections, Array Lists, Hash Sets, Iterators
Core Java IV, V, VI
Some Topics You’ll Cover: Object Oriented Programming, Classes, Attributes, Methods, Constructors, Interfaces, Enumerations, Maps, Filters, Reading Files, Writing Files
Software Cycle, Spring Boot
Some Topics You’ll Cover: SDLC, Agile Model, Waterfall Model, Containers, Bean Management, Dependency Injection, Profiles, Spring Boot, MySQL, Hibernate, Intro to Microservices
Wed Dev, AWS
WEEKLY LESSONS & TRAININGS
Soft Skills and Interview Prep
This is training that GenSpark employees receive on a weekly basis. We believe in not only preparing you with technical knowledge, but also in the soft skills that will help you land a job.
Some Topics You’ll Cover:
- Soft Skills: Communication, Professionalism, Time Management, Decision Making, Working in a Team, Continuous Learning
- Interview Prep: Technical Interviews, Behavioral Interviews, Independent Interview Prep, Mock Interview with Internal and External Experts, Interview Best Practices and Tips
Let GenSpark help spark your new career
What makes GenSpark unique is that we take on the work of getting your tech career started. Before you even start with GenSpark, we started working with great companies to understand their needs and the skills they want in employees at their companies, and we tailor our training programs perfectly to fit those needs. That’s why you can be confident in your new role once you complete your training. Throughout your training, we’re preparing you for real work, not just theoretical training.
Job searching can be stressful; GenSpark makes the process easy for you. You will not be navigating the process alone. Here are some ways we support your new career in the world tech:
What you can expect when you join GenSpark
The first step in the process is to submit an application. There is no commitment at this point. Our recruiters will use your answers to determine the best program for you. Put your questions and which course you’re interested in the additional information section.
Follow Up Call
At this point, if your application meets the minimum criteria, you will receive a 20-min follow up call from one of our recruiters. The recruiter will ask you some questions, explain the GenSpark program, and understand which of our upcoming cohorts would be the best fit for you. A recruiter will usually reach out to qualified applicants within 2-3 business days, so be sure to check your emails and phone calls for our response.
Before you join GenSpark, you will have a technical interview to ensure your ability to succeed at GenSpark. The technical interview is approximately 45 min and administered online.
As the final stage in the recruiting process, you may get an online technical assessment through https://glider.ai/. This assessment may not be given to every candidate, but it serves as another checkpoint on your ability to succeed at GenSpark. The assessment will be of your current knowledge, so you are not required to learn new material for the assessment, but it would help to study up on what you already know. Your recruiter will share more information on the assessment through the interview process.
Receive an Offer
Congratulations! At this stage in the process, you will get an offer to join GenSpark. Before you can join, you must sign an employment agreement, complete your onboarding paperwork, and pass a drug test. Once that is complete, you will be ready to join GenSpark and learn from our top-notch instructors!
Once all of your paperwork is completed, you will begin your training! You will be introduced to your cohort peers, your instructors, and all support staff that is invested in your success. Training length depends on your program.
Meet some of our Java instructors
Adam previously worked as an Electronic Engineer. Here at GenSpark, he is one of our Lead Technical Instructors. His passion is working with people and helping them grow as developers.
Jacob is passionate about helping people who graduate from academia but are unable to land a job in their technical field. He is one of our Lead Technical Instructors in Java.
Instructor-Lead Training: Meet GenSpark’s Java Instructors
Read our blog to get to know some of our Java instructors!