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During this course, students:
gain the basic knowledge of object oriented programming in Java;
become familiar with the basic Java and OO terminology, as well as necessary language syntax and semantics rules;
be able to analyze, design and implement simple software solutions with the appropriate tools.
At the end of the course students should be able to:
explain and use principles of object paradigm;
use basic principles of object-oriented design for coding;
create programs on Java SE platform;
use development tools efficiently, e.g. IDE, unit tests, git, etc.;
Introduction to Java - principles, history. Java development lifecycle, basic development tools.
Basic concepts and terminology of object-oriented programming - class, instance (object), variable, method. Encapsulation.
Inheritance, polymorphism. Class hierarchy. Architecture of Java programs - methods, classes, packages.
Abstract classes. Access modifiers.
Basic program constructs. Primitive datatypes, object types and arrays.
Exceptions. Built-in exceptions, design of custom exceptions.
Basic design patterns.
PITNER, Tomáš. Java - začínáme programovat : podrobný průvodce začínajícího uživatele. Praha: Grada, 2002. 222 s. ISBN 8024702959. info
ECKEL, Bruce. Myslíme v jazyku Java : knihovna programátora. Praha: Grada, 2001. 431 s. ISBN 8024790106. info
Učebnice jazyka JAVA. Edited by Pavel Herout. 1. vyd. České Budějovice: KOPP, 2001. 349 s. ISBN 80-7232-115-3. info
ECKEL, Bruce. Myslíme v jazyku Java : knihovna zkušeného programátora. Praha: Grada, 2000. 470 s. ISBN 8024700271. info
Lectures with many examples, project-oriented lab sessions, homeworks.
In the course of the semester, the students will work on project, gaining points. The algorithmic optimality together with coding style and documentation will be taken into evaluation. Another points can be obtained on practical lessons in the form of short online tests. Another points can be obtained from in-term test, as well as from the final exam. Both in-term tests and final exam has the form of practical programming, final exam is more complex. 70 out of the total 100 points is required to complete the course successfully.