Since the release of Java 9, both Java SE Platform and the JDK went from the historical feature-driven release model to a strict, time-based model with a new feature release every six months, update releases every quarter and a long-term support release every three years.
Java 12 was released in March 2019 but, according to JVM Ecosystem Report 2018, most users are still developing in Java versions 7 & 8. The need to migrate may come sooner than later, and thus being up to date with the latest features becomes a pressing issue.
This full day of training in Java is a must for everyone who wants to prepare for a migration (what to look out for) and who wants to be aware of all the must-knows from the latest Java versions.
Who should follow this training?
Software engineers, developers, DevOps engineers and people that want to get familiar with Java.
What is the required knowledge to join this course?
You need to be comfortable and have experience with Java 7 and higher. Participants should be comfortable following the training in English.
What do you receive after the workshop?
Participants will be granted access to all exercises covered during the workshop via Github repositories and will be able to download them for up to 1 month following the workshop.
On top of that, Hackages participants will able to contact their mentor for up to 3 months following the workshop. This assistance includes one hour of discussion per participant on the topics covered in the training.
Participants will receive a personalised certificate issued by Hackages that proves that they have successfully completed the workshop.
Participants become part of a fast-growing community of developers and will be informed of upcoming community events.