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Condensed Extreme Java Course

Finishing School for the Professional Java Programmer

If you answer "yes!" to any of these questions, then this course is for you:

  • Would you like to become a true master of the Java Programming Language?
  • Would you like to understand threading?
  • Would you like to understand the intricacies of Java memory, including tips on how to diagnose problems?
  • Ever wanted to improve the performance of your Java program, but did not know where to start?

The Condensed Extreme Java Course is a compressed version of our famous Java Specialist Master Course. It is written by Heinz Kabutz, the publisher of The Java Specialists' Newsletter. It includes (under license) training material produced by

"This course embodies my Java knowledge and experience gained publishing 200 advanced Java newsletters, teaching hundreds of seminars and writing hundreds of thousands of lines of Java code."
Heinz Kabutz, The Java Specialists Newsletter

This course is ideally suited to the professional Java programmer with at least 2 years experience, who would like to learn how to truly master the Java Programming Language.


Previous Training Preferably a formal qualification in computer science or related field.

Required Experience At least two years of professional Java programming. Are you unsure whether you are ready for this course? Try our free Java Specialist Master Course Prep.

Equipment Computers with the latest version of Sun JDK preinstalled, together with an IDE of your choice (e.g. Netbeans, Eclipse or IntelliJ).

Note: All quoted prices are excluding VAT and other local taxes. Please contact us for an exact quote for your situation. Also, most courses will give discounts for 3 or more students or if they are booked early.

1. Course Overview 2. Course Outline

Extreme Java - Concurrency
Extreme Java - Advanced Topics
Refactoring to Java 8
Design Patterns
In-House Courses

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