Scala Training at US Location (NewYork & New Jersey) in March 2017

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Scala Training at US Location (NewYork & New Jersey) in March 2017

Date: 3/11/2017 TO 3/12/2017
Time: 9:00 AM TO 5:00 PM

100 Overlook Center
2nd Floor
Princeton, New Jersey 08540


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Event Description: Scala Classroom Training are open for registration for US Location for March 2017 Classes will be held on March 11th & 12th 2017 at New York and New Jersey Please visit our website & register - http://netscientium.com/course/scala-training/ or send email to: netscientium@gmail.com STANDARD PRICE: $ 1599.00 Hurry up as seats are limited for the special offer. We have exciting early bird offers and buddy offers if registered before February 22nd 2017 Subject to availability of seats. Terms & Conditions Hurry Register Now, Limited seats! Class room time: Time: 09:00 am to 05:00 pm INTRODUCTION This two day course develops confidence to start programming in Scala. Course provides fundamentals of the language, coding methodologies and advanced concepts. WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE? This course is intended for software engineers, software developers, QA engineers, test leads and technical leads. WHAT THE BENEFIT YOU WILL GET? Scala is a language that will grow with the demand of the user as its name suggests. After this course, you will be able to use Scala in production applications, able to apply functional programming style in Scala and be a competent developer COURSE CURRICULUM Introduction What is Scala? Where did it come from? Why Should I Use Scala? Baby Steps: Let’s Start Scala syntax Scala REPL Java To Scala Object-Oriented? Create and usage of classes Fields and methods Singleton objects Case classes How Do I Test Scala testing ecosystem Introduction to Behavior Driven Development Scala Test But Scala Is Functional Programming; Collections Overview and usage collection library Immutability, persistent data structures and structural sharing Functions and high-order functions For Loops and For Expressions Difference between for loops and for expressions Composing high-order functions Traits; Does Scala Support Inheritance? Scala type system Mix-in traits Linearization Pattern Matching Usage and benefits Catch exceptions Deconstruct tuples Optional Values; Let’s Try Introduction to Option Usage and benefits Finally the Try Catch Introduction to Try Usage and benefits WHO CAN ENROLL? A software engineer/ Test engineer / Business Analyst/Product owner with experience in Java/C/C++/C#/Python/Ruby KEY COURSE FEATURES Scala fundamentals, coding methodologies and advanced concepts.
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