Online Java Web Services Training Class

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I will be teaching my Java Web Services class starting the week of July 4th, this time around through the University of California Irvine Extension program.

Topics covered include:

  • Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) – SAX, StAX, DOM, XSLT
  • Service Oriented Architectures (SOA)
  • Java API for XML Web Services (JAX-WS)
  • SOAP
  • Web Services Description Language (WSDL)
  • RESTful Architectures
  • Java API for RESTful Services (JAX-RS)
  • JAXR / UDDI
  • Web Service Standards (WS-*)
  • JSON Web Services
  • Developing AJAX/JavaScript web service clients
  • Web Service Design Patterns
  • Web Service Best Practices

This class is 100% online based, with pre-recorded lecture materials available each week. In addition to lecture materials there will be weekly activities varying between forum discussions, quizzes, background reading, and of course coding.

Enrollment is open to everyone and is available right now.

http://unex.uci.edu/courses/sectiondetail.aspx?year=2011&term=SUMMER&sid=00152

The University of California Irvine Extension program provides an Orientation Week before each class to allow students to become familiar with the virtual classroom environment before formal instruction begins. For this class, the Orientation Week starts on June 27th (i.e. this coming Monday), however you are able to enroll up until the beginning of the formal instruction in the week of July 4th.

If you are interested but have questions about the course content, please comment below and I will answer as quickly as I can. For any questions about the University of California Irvine Extension program, please call Student Services on +1 949 824-5414.

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