Simplilearn's new & comprehensive Java course aims to accelerate programming skills of aspiring developers

CIOReview Team | Thursday, 17 November 2016, 12:13 IST

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Global professional certification training company Simplilearn (, expanded its course portfolio with the launch of its new and comprehensive instructor-led online training program in Java, Java EE, and SOA ( for aspiring developers.

With over 95% of enterprise desktop computers running Java, skilled Java programmers are in great demand. There are an estimated 9 million Java Developers worldwide. Data from suggests that an average Java Developer makes $102,000 a year in the U.S, making it one of the highest-paid roles in the IT industry.  Simplilearn’s Java certification course is designed to train budding Java developers, web developers, programming enthusiasts, database administrators and college students in the basic concepts of Core Java, advanced concepts of J2EE, popular frameworks like Hibernate & Spring, and SOA & web services. 

Commenting on the launch, Kashyap Dalal, Chief Business Officer, Simplilearn, said, “While a multitude of new platforms and programming languages have emergedin the last decade, a huge majority of enterprise software are still built on Java. The demand for skilled java developers is evergreen. We are excited about the launch of our upgraded Java course as it enables us to help individuals’ master Java and build successful careers as developers. One of our most popular programs right now is Big Data, and the Java course is also a great starting point for those aspiring to learn Hadoop and other Big Data technologies."

The program includes a series of instructor-led online classes delivered by global industry experts and online learning material. A unique feature of the course is that learners have the freedom to attend repeat classes over a 90 day period, making it a great choice for busy working professionals.

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