Java runs almost everywhere. Scaling down to sensors and feature phones, scaling up to powerful servers with dozens of CPU cores, running on a wide range of operating systems, and with countless libraries and frameworks, there are few situations where Java could not be used. And while Java first emerged more than 20 years ago, the language is still growing and evolving today.
Whether you’re new to the Java language and need to get oriented, or have used it for a while and want to polish your skills, Edument has the training you need. Our courses include coverage of modern Java features, such as generics and lambda expressions.
Courses in Java
Test-Driven Utveckling (TDD) sätter testning i centrum för utvecklingsprocessen. Istället för att testning blir en tråkig, tidskomprimerad buggjakt som kommer efter implementationen, låter TDD oss använda automatiserade tester för att driva och stödja själva implementationsprocessen. Rätt applicerad kan TDD leda till bättre designad, mer felfri programvara som utvecklare kan känna tillförsikt kommer att utvecklas och utvidgas i takt med nya krav.
This course provides an introduction to the Java language.
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Our Gothenburg office is growingRead more
Our newest colleague is Nils Petzäll - a curious problem solver who is fascinated by the philosophy of programming and sees it as more than just writing code.
Edument appointed MasterGasellRead more
Edument has been named Gasell company for three consecutive years and has also been named MasterGasell.
Edument continues to invest in the Startup scene - partner with Connect SwedenRead more
Last autumn we opened our Techhub for entrepreneurs and in 2019 we are also partner with Connect Sweden, an organization that helps entrepreneurs grow.
ASP.NET Core updated to 2.2Read more
In December, version 2.2 of ASP.NET was released and this upgrade contains many exciting news that will make life easier for us developers.
Edument release Comma Community - a free Perl 6 IDERead more
Today we release Comma - Community and Complete. This means that Perl 6 developers can now take part of Comma as a free version or as paying subscribers depending on one's needs.