On-line Java EE Courses at PluralSight
Here is my contribution on Java EE courses :
Java EE: Getting Started
The Java EE: Getting Started course is 5 hours long (Beginner level). Java EE and Angular are complementary technologies. This course targets Java and web developers who want to learn how to build a Java EE back-end REST API and add an Angular front-end to it.
- Java EE: The Big Picture (1:07 hour long) – Beginner
- Java Platforma and Java EE Overview
- What Is Java EE?
- Is Java EE Right for Your Organization?
- Java EE 7 Fundamentals (5:23 hours long) – Intermediate
- Understanding Java EE
- Creating a Common Application Tier (CDI, Interceptors, Bean Validation)
- Addressing Business Concerns (JPA, JTA, Batch)
- Implementing Web Applications (Servlets, JSF, WebSockets)
- Interoperating with External Services (XML, JSon, JAX-RS, JMS)
- Bean Validation 1.1 (2:30 hours long)
- Built-in Constraints
- Defining our own Constraints
- Messages, Groups and Payloads
- Advanced Topics
- Java Persistence API 2.1 (3:41 hours long) – Advanced
- Managing Elementary Entities With JPA
- Relationships and Inheritance
- Querying Entities
- Entity Lifecycle, Callbacks, and Listeners
- Context & Dependency Injection 1.1 (3:42 hours long) – Advanced
- Injection With CDI
- Producers and Disposers
- Interceptors, Decorators, and Events
- Bringing the Web Tier and Service Tier Together
Each course is made of slides, demos and you will have the pleasure to listen to my voice ;o) No video of the speaker, but many screen recording for the demos. Each course is made of several modules, several clips, and you get to answer a few questions at the end of each module
So I hope you will enjoy taking the courses (not free I’m afraid ;o) and do not hesitate to give me some feedback. Once you’ve assessed the course, you can link it on your LinkedIn profile.