Chapter 63. JBoss Courses

Chapter 63. JBoss Courses

63.1. RHD161 JBoss and EJB3 for Java
63.2. RHD163 JBoss for Web Developers
63.3. RHD167: JBOSS - HIBERNATE ESSENTIALS
63.4. RHD267: JBOSS - ADVANCED HIBERNATE
63.5. RHD261:JBOSS for advanced J2EE developers
63.6. RH336: JBOSS for Administrators
63.7. RHD439: JBoss Clustering
63.8. RHD449: JBoss jBPM
63.9. RHD451 JBoss Rules

63.1. RHD161 JBoss and EJB3 for Java

http://www.redhat.com/training/jboss/courses/rhd161.html

Developers JBoss and EJB3 for Java Developers is targeted toward proficient Java developers who wish to extend their knowledge to EJB3 and J2EE middleware programming using the JBoss Application Server. This class is an in-depth introduction to EJB3 and J2EE using the JBoss Application Server. It provides a hands-on approach to EJB3 and J2EE application development, deployment and the tools necessary to facilitate both processes.

63.1.1. Prerequisites

Basic Java programming skills and knowledge of OOAD concepts are required. The student must have practical knowledge of, and/or experience with, the following:

  1. The object-oriented concepts of inheritance, polymorphism and encapsulation

  2. Java syntax, specifically for data types, variables, operators, statements and control flow

  3. Writing Java classes as well as using Java interfaces and abstract classes


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