Java Advanced Courses
Java Swing (3 days)
This three-day course shows how to build
professional-looking graphical user interfaces using Java's Swing
technology. Topics include components, containers, events, layout
managers, models, and timers. Covers the latest version of Swing
(J2SE 5.0). The course features extensive programming labs during
which participants write and test programs under the supervision
of the instructor. (2.1 CEUs)
Beginning Java or Accelerated
Java or one year of Java experience.
Click here for current dates.
Coming in 2007!
What is the format of the courses?
Each course consists of alternating lecture
and laboratory periods. After each lecture, you'll be assigned
programming exercises that reinforce the topic just covered.
Programming is done on Windows-based PCs, with one person per
machine. The instructor will be available throughout the laboratory
sessions for assistance. Classes meet from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00
What materials are included with these
You'll receive a copy of a leading Java
book plus a binder containing copies of the instructor's overheads.
About the Instructor
Dr. K. N. King is an associate
professor of computer science at Georgia State University. He
has a Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley and
specializes in programming languages of all kinds. He is the
author of three books (Modula-2:
A Complete Guide, C
Programming: A Modern Approach, and Java
Programming: From the Beginning) as well as many technical
papers and articles, including several feature stories for Dr.
Dobb's Journal. For more information about the instructor,
click here or send email.
For other continuing education courses
by the same instructor, click here.
SOUTHERN POLYTECHNIC STATE UNIVERSITY
Office of Continuing Education
1100 South Marietta Parkway
Marietta, Georgia 30060-2896
Phone: (678) 915-7240
Fax: (678) 915-7490