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This is a list of presentations and workshops that Yakov Fain offers in 2017. If you’d like to invite Yakov to run any of these talks/workshops at your organization, please send an email at training@faratasystems.com. To get familiar with Yakov’s teaching style, watch his Youtube Java tutorial. Presentations Mastering TypeScript – 90 min In this presentation, you’ll learn how to write code in TypeScript, one of the most loved languages today.TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript, which allows you to be more productive in writing JavaScript applications. Per StackOverflow developers survey TypeScript is the 3rd place in the most loved languages and 5th in most wanted. The syntax of this language is pretty easy to pick up for anyone who’s familiar with such object-oriented languages as Java or C#. During this presentation, you’ll learn the syntax of TypeScript and wi... (more)

Lesson 12: An Introduction to Graphical User Interfaces with Swing - Part I

Java comes with the whole bunch of classes that you'll be using to create graphical applications. There are two main groups of classes (libraries) that are used for creating windows in Java: AWT and Swing. AWT and Swing When Java was originally created, only AWT library was available for working with graphics. This library is a simple set of classes like Button, TextField, Label and others. Pretty soon, another and more advanced library called Swing was introduced. It also includes buttons, text fields, and other window controls. The names of the Swing components start with the le... (more)

Secrets Of The Masters: Core Java Job Interview Questions

JDJ's Enterprise Editor, Yakov Fain (pictured) writes: If you are planning to hit the job market,  you may need to refresh some of the Java basic terms and techniques to prepare yourself for a technical interview. Let me offer you some of the core Java questions that you might expect during the interviews.  For  most questions  I’ve provided only  short  answers to encourage further research.  I have included only  questions for mid (*) and senior level (**) Java developers. These sample questions could also become handy for people who need to interview Java developers (see also ... (more)

Java Basics: Introduction to Java Threads, Part 2

Java Basics: Part 1 In the previous lesson www.sys-con.com/story/?storyid=46096&de=1 I've explained the basics of Java threads. This time we'll talk about using threads for creating a little more advanced programs. I'm sure each of you have visited some of the major Internet portals like Yahoo, CNN or your bank's Web site. These portals usually display different types of information like News, Weather, Stock Market quotes, etc. Each of these info pieces appears on the screen instantaneously even though it's coming to the portal from different servers, i.e. the News server may be ... (more)

My Three iPhone Predictions For 2010

iPhone Summit at Cloud Expo Yeah, it's this time of the year. Again. Making predictions is so tempting... This year I'll cover just the iPhone. 1. Apple will let Flash Player on iPhone no later than October ’10. They don’t have a choice, if they want to stay competitive. Enough of a crippled Web browser already. 2. ActionScript won’t kill, but will seriously damage Objective-C as the language of choice for development of iPhone applications. The programs written in ActionScript will be a lot more entertaining and engaging than today's iPhone applications. 3. The next version of ... (more)