Become a Java Web Developer
At 5-10 hours/week
Get access to the classroom immediately upon enrollment
To optimize your chances of success in the Java Web Developer Nanodegree program, we recommend intermediate knowledge of Java.
Learn the fundamentals of Java while being introduced to a Spring Boot framework and associated integrations and plugins.
Explore the differences between web services, APIs, and microservices. Develop REST and GraphQL APIs, and learn how to secure, consume, document, and test those APIs and web services.
Build applications that read and write to relational databases using both the Java Persistence API (JPA) and SQL. Use standard design patterns to make your persistence layer easy to test and integrate with a Spring Boot application
Learn about Git, version control, and best practices for authorization and authentication. Use Jenkins to build a CI/CD pipeline to deploy code to production.
Kesha has over 20 years experience in software development and is a software engineering manager at Chick-fil-A, routinely leading innovation teams in proving out the use of cloud services to solve complex business problems. She was recently named an Alexa Champion by Amazon.
Sareeta is a Java enthusiast and Senior Developer at Walmart e-Commerce. She specializes in Enterprise Application development with Java and Kafka, NoSQL, Spring security, and CI/CD. Sareeta has over a decade of experience, spanning recently acquired startups to top Fortune 500 companies.
Peter Zastoupil is an enterprise developer and technical administrator. He has seven years of on-the-job experience building features for massive enterprise Java servers, and over four years of teaching those skills to new developers.
Alex is a Senior Software Engineer for CPA Global. He is excited to combine his background as a music educator with more than a decade of enterprise Java experience to help create this practical course on Data Stores and Persistence.
Java has been one of the most popular programming languages in the world for over 20 years, and most Fortune 500 companies rely on Java for their back-end architecture. In this program, you’ll learn to build, test, and deploy back-end infrastructure(s) using Java, and complete real-world projects to share with current or prospective employers to demonstrate mastery of the skills that are in high-demand at a wide range of companies.
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