Sky Info Technologies, Noida - Delhi/NCR

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Email: info@skyinfotech.in

Website : http://www.skyinfotech.in

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Address: Location : A-50, Sector-64, Noida, Pin - 201301. Ph: - 0120 - 4242224,4242223,9717292598, 9717292599

College Facilities :

  • Computer Lab
    Computer Lab
  • Library
    Library
  • Cafeteria
    Cafeteria
  • Auditorium
    Auditorium
  • Hostel
    Hostel
  • Laboratory
    Laboratory
  • Sports
    Sports

Description

Sky Info Technologies is a pioneer name in software development and IT services industry. Sky InfoTech burgeoning with services like: Outsourcing, Consultancy, Training and Placement besides that Sky InfoTech have expertise in corporate training in MNC’s as well as in various universities level. Our company is dedicated to delivering good quality, inexpensive services that will improve the quality of work at all levels in an organization. We believe in developing professionals who believe in themselves and are equipped with the latest state of the art in their respective fields, professionals who are confident and can compete in the challenging world.

Sky Info Technologies strategically caters to the need of three predominant sectors in IT viz. Software, Networking and IT Security. Technologies like  Oracle and ERP Tools like ERP, Oracle Apps, .NET, Java, J2EE, and PeopleSoft. We provides corporate training such as Corporate Team Building Program, Outdoor Management Development Programs, In-House Training, Experiential Learning, Corporate Adventure Training Corporate Outdoor Training, HR Training,Teambuilding Ideas Training, Leadership Development Training Program, Corporate Teambuilding Programs India.

Sky Info Technologies is a cutting-edge learning facility equipped to provide you with the skills and technology needed to keep ahead of the pack in this high-tech world. Sky Info Technologies offers large, comfortable classrooms, library ,computer labs with latest computers and a resource center.

  • .NET Training

    Microsoft .Net V2.0/3.5 Fundamentals

    • Two-Tier and Three-Tier Architecture
    • Concept of .Net Framework 2.0/3.5
    • Platform Requirements
    • Components of .Net Framework (CLR, CTS, CLS)
    • JIT (Just-In-Time) Compilers
    • MSIL (Microsoft Intermediate Language)
    • Managed and Unmanaged Code
    • Introduction to ASP.NET

    Visual C# Fundamentals and OOPS Concept

    • Introduction to C#
    • Data Types (Value Types and Reference Types)
    • Data Types Conversation
    • Type Safety (Boxing and Unboxing)
    • Constants and Variables
    • Operator
    • Access Modifiers
    • Namespaces and Types of .NET Class Library
    • Inheritance and Types of .NET Class Library
    • Inheritance and Object Instantiation
    • Classes and Structures
    • Constructor and Destructor
    • Methods (Declaring, Invoking and a passing Parameters)
    • Method Overloading and Operator Overloading
    • Polymorphism, Encapsulation
    • Properties and Indexer
    • Virtual, Overriding and Shadowing
    • Abstract classes, Sealed classes and Interfaces
    • Delegate and EventHandler
    • Enumeration
    • Error Handling and Exception classes
    • Generics and Type Parameters, Benefits of Generics
           
    Programming the .Net Framework
           
    • Arrays, List and Collections
    •The Array Class
    •The System Collection Name space
    •Custom Collection and Directory Class
    • Reading and Writeing Files, Directories and Streams
    •The Directory and File Classes
    •The Directory info and File info Classes
    •The Path Class
    •The Stream Class
    • MultiThreading
    •Creating Threads
    •Thread Life Cycle
    •Thread Synchronization
           
    Memory Management in .Net Framework

           
    • Disadvanteg of Privious Memory Management System Techniqes
    • Mamaged and Unmanaged Code
    • Destructors and Finalizers
    • Heap and Stack
    • Garbage Collection and Concept of Generations
           
    Web Applications and Web Forms

    • Execution Process of ASP.NET
    • Process and Application Domain, Virtual Directory
    • Starting with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008
    • User Interface and Code-Behind File
    • Directives, ASP.NET (Intrinsic) Objects
    • Application Life Cycle
    • Page Life Cycle and Round Trip
           
    ASP.NET Server Controls

    • HTML Server Controls
    • Web Server Controls
    • Validation Controls
    • Navigation Controls
    • Login Controls
    • Data Bound Controls
    • User Controls and Custom Controls
           
    ADO.NET and Working with XML/SQL Server 2005

    • ADO.NET Overview and Architecture
    • Connection, DataAdapter Object
    • DataSet, DataTable and DataView Objects
    • Command, DataReader Objects
    • Repeater, DataList, GridView Objects
    • Populating Dataset, DataTable and Data Binding with Server Controls
    • Working with XML Files and XML Schema
    • Working with SQL Server 2005
           
    Web Application Security

    • Concept of Authentication and Authorization
    • Types of Authentication in .NET
    • Configuring web.config file
    • Login Controls
    • Cookie-based authentication Process
    • CAS (Code Access Security)
    • Roll based Security
           
    Application and State Management
         
    • Overview of state management with HTTP
    • Client-Side State Management
    • Server-Side State Management
    • Working with Application, Session Intrinsic objects
    • Connection pooling and object pooling
    • Customized Cookie
           
    Caching

    • Overview of Caching Concept
    • Page Caching
    • Fragmentation Caching
    • Data Caching
           
    Debugging and Tracing

    • Debugging Processes
    • Concept and Implementation of Tracing
    • Types of Tracing
           
    Working with Master Pages

    • The Advantages of Using Master Pages
    • Writing Master and Content Pages
    • Writing Nested Master Pages
    • Programming Master Pages
           
    Personalization, User Profiles and Themes


    • Understanding Personalization
    • Creating and Managing User Profiles
    • Using Themes
           
    Accessing E-Mail

    • Sending E-Mails
    • Recieving E-mails
    • Use of MailMessage Class
           
    .Net Assembly

    • DLL Hell Problem
    • Concept of Assembly
    • Global Assembly Cache (GAC)
    • Types of Assembly
    • Converting a private Assembly into Shared Assembly
    • Manifest and Metadata
    • Creating Assemblies
           
    Remoting and XML Web Services

    • Differences between Remoting and XML Web Services
    • Overview of Remoting with Architecture
    • Overview of XML Web Services with Architecture
    • Component of Web Services (WSDL, SOAP, UDDI, SOA)

  • Advance Java & J2EE j Java 2 Enterprise Edition

    • COLLECTION FRAMEWORK

    The Collection Interfaces (List, Set, SortedSet)
    The Collection Classes (ArrayList, LinkedList, HashSet, TreeSet)
    Accessing a Collection via an Iterator
    Working with Maps
    Working with Comparators
    The Collection Algorithms
    The Legacy Classes and Interfaces
    Enumeration, Vector, Stack, Dictionary, Hashtable)
    Date and Time Handling

    • SYSTEM PROPERTIES & INTERNATIONALIZATION


    Usage of Property file
    Define the Locale
    ResourceBundle
    Fetching text from ResourceBundle

    • REMOTE METHOD INVOCATION (RMI)


    Distributed Applications
    RMI Architecture
    Implementation
    Call-back Mechanism

    DATABASE PROGRAMMING USING JDBC

    JDBC Drivers
    Statements
    Metadata
    Scrollable & Updatable ResultSet
    Batch Updates
    Data Source & Connection Pooling
    Rowsets

    • INTRODUCTION TO J2EE ARCHITECTURE
    • TIER ARCHITECTURE


    Single Tier
    Two Tier
    Three Tier
    N Tier

    • J2EE COMPONENTS

    Web Components
    Business Components

    • J2EE CONTAINERS

    Container Types
    Container Services

    • J2EE SERVICES

    Java Naming and DirectoryInterface
    Java Transaction Service
    Java Messaging Service
    Java Authentication & Authorization Service

    • INTRODUCTION TO UML


    Use Cases
    Diagrams

    • INTRODUCTION TO XML

    Document Type Definition (DTD)
    Schemas

    • JAVA SERVLET

    Introduction to Web Programming
    Advantages of Servlets
    Servlet Lifecycle
    Request Dispatching
    Session Tracking
    Event Listener
    Filters

    • JAVA SERVER PAGES (JSP) & JSTL


    JSP Architecture
    JSP Elements
    JSP Objects
    Custom Tags
    Using tags of JSTL

    • ENTERPRISE JAVA BEANS (EJB)


    INTRODUCTION
    ARCHITECTURE
    TYPES OF EJB
    SESSION BEANS

    Introduction
    State Management
    Life Cycle
    Types
    Stateless
    Statefull

    ENTITY BEANS

    Introduction
    Persistence
    Life Cycle
    Types
    Container Managed Persistent
    (CMP) 2.0
    Introduction
    Primary Key Class
    EJB Methods
    EJB QL
    Syntax
    Clauses
    Bean Managed Persistent (BMP)
    Introduction
    Implementation
    EJB Relationships

    MESSAGE DRIVEN BEANS & JMS

    Messaging Overview
    Messaging Models
    Point to Point Model
    Topic Subscriber Model
    JMS Implementation
    Life Cycle

    J2EE DESIGN PATTERN

    Why Design Patterns?
    Front Controller
    Composite View
    Session Façade
    Service Locator
    Data Access Object
    Value Object


    • JAVA MAIL

    Email System & Protocols
    Architecture
    Sending mails
    Receiving mails
    Handling attachments
    Replying & Forwarding

    • PACKAGING & DEPLOYEMENT USING ANT
    • INTRODUCTION TO WEB SERVICES


    A Conceptual overview of Web Services
    Web Services Requirements
    SOAP
    WSDL
    UDDI

    • UTILITIES

    Eclipse 3.1

    • WEB SERVER

    Apache Tomcat

    • APPLICATION SERVER.

    Bea's Weblogic
    Sun Application Server
    Tomcat Server

    • TRANSACTIONS

    Introduction
    ACID Properties
    Transaction Requirements
    Container managed transactions
    Bean Managed Transactions
    Distributed Transactions
    Two Phase Commit

  • J2SE - Java 2 Standard Edition

    • INTRODUCTION TO JAVA

    Understanding Requirement: Why Java
    Why Java is important to the Internet

    • INTRODUCTION TO JAVA VIRTUAL MACHINE

    Java Virtual Machine Architecture
    Class loading process by Classloaders
    Role of Just in Time Compiler (JIT)
    Execution Engine

    PACKAGES AND INTERFACES


    Defining a Package
    Understanding CLASSPATH
    Access Protection
    Importing Packages
    Defining and implementing an Interface
    Abstract classes Vs Interfaces
    Adapter Classes
     Anonymous Classes

    AN OVERVIEW OF JAVA AND BUZZWORDS

    Data Types, Variables ad Arrays
    Operators
    Control statements
    Object oriented Paradigms
    Abstraction
    The Three OOP Principles:
    (Encapsulation, Inheritance and Polymorphism)

    EXCEPTION HANDLING

    Fundamentals of Exception handling
    Types of Exceptions
    Learning exception handlers
    Try and catch
    Multiple catch clauses
    Nested try statements
    Throw, throws and finally
    Creating custom exceptions

    • JAVA CLASSES AND OOP IMPLEMENTATION

    Class Fundamentals
     Command Line Arguments
    Learning static initializer
    Declaration of Objects
    Instance Variable Hiding
    Overloading and Overriding of Methods
    Understanding of Access Controls:
    Private, public and protected
    Learning Nested and Inner Classes
    Dynamic method Dispatching
    Using Abstract Classes
     Using final to prevent Overriding & Inheritance
    Garbage Collection

    • STRING HANDLING

    Learning String Operations
    Learning Character Extraction
    Learning String Comparison
    Understanding of StringBuffer Class

    • New in JDK 5

    Generics
    Annotations
    Vargs
    static-import
    for-each

    • MULTITHREADED PROGRAMMING


    The Java Thread Model
    Creating a Thread: Extending Thread,
    Implementing Runnable
    Creating Multiple Threads and Context
    Switching
    Synchronization: Methods and Statement
    Inter-thread Communication

    REFLECTION API

    Determining the class of an Object
    Getting Information about Class's modifiers, fields, methods, constructors and super classes
    Finding out constant and method declaration belong to an interface
    Creating an instance of a class whose name is not known until runtime
    Getting and setting value of an object's field if field name is unknown until runtime
    Invoking a method on an object if the method is unknown until runtime
    Creating a new array whose size and component type are not known until runtime.
     

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