MTA Introduction to Programming using Java (98-388)

MTA Introduction to Programming using Java (98-388)

Course provided by Pearson


Summary overview

  • Online anytime

  • 4 hours study time

  • Information technology

  • £94.00

  • Level NA

About this course

Learn how to write Java code to solve real world programming problems with Java Champion, Cay S. Horstmann. You’ll be guided through the absolute basics of Java programming to object-oriented programming, gaining hands-on experience to prepare for Microsoft MTA exam 98-388. You’ll learn a brief history of Java, how to install the software development environment, write branches and loops, work with numbers, strings, and arrays, use built-in classes and build your own, as well as handle exceptions and inheritance.This course is perfect for aspiring programmers who want to learn programming fundamentals, with no prior Java experience required. Topics are organized into bite-sized, self-contained lessons, so you can learn key Java skills quickly and easily.

Learning outcomes

  1. Master the basics of Java and how to install the software development environment
  2. Learn how to write branches and loops, working with numbers, strings and arrays
  3. Build confidence using object-oriented programming and implementing exception handling
  4. Use built-in classes to create applications
  5. Prepare for the Microsoft MTA exam 98-388: Introduction to Programming using Java