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Learn Java programming and gain the skills to build powerful applications with various Java programming classes in San Francisco. From beginner to advanced levels, discover the world of Java and enhance your coding abilities to unlock endless career opportunities in the tech industry.

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Java Private Tutoring

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Students in this course learn Java, one of the most powerful and high-level programming languages in the world. In fact, Java is the language most emphasized by universities within their computer science major.  This is a beginner course and is tailored for people who have little to no programming experience. Our instruction starts at the basics but quickly transitions into high-level programming topics such as object-oriented programming...

Friday, Feb 23rd, 10am–1pm Eastern Time

Java Programming Summer Program (High School)

NextGen Bootcamp @ Live Virtual

Get a head start in computer science! Join our live online summer program for high school students and learn Java, the most powerful programming language. No experience is required, just a strong interest in coding.

Thursday, Jun 27th, 10am–1pm Eastern Time

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Java Programming Summer Program (High School)

NextGen Bootcamp - Virtually Online

Get a head start on the AP Computer Science exam with our Java Programming Summer Program. Tailored for high school students with little to no programming experience, this beginner course covers everything from the basics to high-level topics like object-oriented programming. Join us and create a portfolio-ready product using Java.

Monday, Jul 22nd, 10am–4pm Eastern Time

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Java Programming Level 1: Introduction for Non-Programmers

ONLC Training Centers - Virtually Online

Learn the fundamentals of Java programming and gain a strong foundation to further your skills in this introductory course for non-programmers. Explore Java syntax, control code, data types, and object-oriented principles, as well as GUI development and database connectivity. Ideal for new developers or those looking to transition to the Java platform.

Monday, Mar 11th, 10am–4:45pm Eastern Time

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Introduction to Programming with Java

Borough of Manhattan Community College @ Live Online

Become a skilled programmer with our comprehensive course on Java. Develop fundamental skills and create mobile and web applications using the Java platform. Enroll now for a virtual learning experience delivered via Zoom.

Tuesday, May 14th, 6:30–9:30pm Eastern Time

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React Development

General Assembly @ 225 Bush St, San Francisco, CA

Get Ahead With Today’s Essential Skills Start building maintainable web applications that can handle constantly changing data at scale. Expand your programming toolkit, and discover why both developers and employers favor this robust JavaScript library. Evolve With the Tech-Driven Economy Tap into the demand for React development skills, and translate new knowledge into career gains. Our dynamic coursework is designed by industry experts...

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Java 5-Day Boot Camp

Prompt Yes! @ 601 Montgomery St, San Francisco, CA

First released in 1995, Java has become one of the most widely-distributed programming languages present on nearly three billion personal computers, mobile phones, and other handheld devices worldwide. This offers those with some programming experience an intensive, hands-on experience with Java.  Over the course of this Java training class, you will gain proficiency with the various technologies and environments in which Java applications...

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Best Java Classes in San Francisco

Java is a popular programming language used to develop software and applications such as ecommerce websites, social media platforms, large-scale enterprise systems (for example, online banking and healthcare systems), and mobile apps. First released in 1995, Java is among the top ten most-used programming languages in the world. Many big companies use Java to power parts of their web and mobile applications, including YouTube, Netflix, and Amazon, to name a few. 

Java is a powerful, fast, and reliable object-oriented programming language. It is designed to be secure, relatively easy to learn, and robust with built-in mechanisms for reducing errors. It's also widely used because of its ability to run on different operating systems and is often one of the first programming languages taught to beginners due to its relative simplicity. Taking Java classes will give you the skills you need to pursue employment or grow in your career as a Software Developer or Computer Programmer. 

Best Java Classes & Schools in San Francisco

Individuals in the San Francisco area have plenty of options when it comes to finding Java classes. Most of these classes are offered online, either in real-time or self-paced, allowing you to work from the comfort of your own home.

Developer Bootcamp offers Java Programmer Bootcamp, an intermediate-level, two-course track online program. In this virtual bootcamp, students learn how to code, compile, and run Java programs, create SOAP-based protocols and RESTful interfaces, and work with various Java EE components. Designed to be 50% lecture and 50% hands-on exercises, this bootcamp is self-paced, allowing you to work through the content at your own speed. 

To further your Java skills and competency, Developer Bootcamp also offers Advanced Java Developer Bootcamp, a seven-course track on-demand program. Through a variety of lectures and hands-on exercises, students learn how to create Java applications using proper frameworks, effectively integrate Spring and Hibernate, and apply AJAX on both the client and server sides. Students also learn Test Driven Development (TDD) using NUnit and Microsoft Visual Studio, and complete hands-on exercises in IDE software (Eclipse, NetBeans, or JEdit). 

For both bootcamps, students have up to four weeks to complete a course that can be viewed on a phone, PC, or tablet. Basic programming skills are required to fully grasp the material, but if you lack experience you can attend the Introductory Learning to Program with Java class at no additional charge.

Teens in the San Francisco area interested in learning how to code can attend NextGen Bootcamp's Java Programming Summer Program for high schoolers (ages 13 to 18). In this Java class conducted live online, students with little to no programming experience will learn programming basics including high-level and object-oriented programming. Students will also complete a Java project to give them a headstart on creating a professional portfolio. 

AP students will benefit from this course since it teaches the same topics that the AP Computer Science class tests on. The bootcamp is held Monday through Friday 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. for 3 weeks, or 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. for 2 weeks. No prerequisites are required, but students should have basic computer skills. Classes are streamed live online, allowing students to ask questions and receive feedback in real-time from their instructor. 

ONLC Training Centers offers a variety of Java classes, including the beginner-friendly Java Programming Level 1: Introduction for Non-Programmers. This course can be taken in person at ONLC's training center at One Sansome Street in San Francisco's financial district or attended live online. The intended audience for this four-day course is new developers or developers looking to grow their skills in Java; only basic computer skills are required. Students learn about Java Syntax, control code, and data types, as well as object-oriented principles and graphical user interface (GUI). By the end of class, you'll be able to create, run, test, and debug basic Java applications. 

For another beginner-friendly bootcamp, Certstaffix Training offers a five-day Java Programming Course that is taught live online for individuals or in-person for business teams. The target audience for this course is individuals with no programming experience and superb problem-solving skills or individuals who have experience with other programming languages. Course topics include essential Java concepts and skills, object-oriented programming principles, GUI, and other skills such as working with collections, lambda expressions, recursion and algorithms, and databases. A certificate is awarded upon successful completion, as well as a digital badge to display on social media platforms like LinkedIn. 

The City College of San Francisco's Programming Fundamentals: Java (CS 111B) is a beginner-friendly eight-week virtual class. The course is asynchronous with no scheduled meeting times, but there is a midterm and final exam that must be taken in order to pass the class. Learning objectives are to create and test Java programs that use appropriate method design and control structures, design and implement classes and objects that follow best practices for object-oriented design in Java, and apply basic algorithms to manipulate arrays. Recommended prerequisites include CS 10, CS 110A, or MATH 108. 

Master both front end and back end Java technologies in the Caltech Center for Technology and Management Education Coding Bootcamp. Offered through the learning platform Simplilearn, this six-month online bootcamp covers several coding tools and methodologies such as Java, Angular, SQL, Git, Spring Boot, and JavaScript, to name a few. Students complete multiple projects that provide hands-on experience in creating dynamic and responsive web applications for various industries like food delivery, healthcare, entertainment, and travel. 

San Francisco Industries That Use Java

As a global center for technology and innovation, San Francisco is a prime place to be for Software Developers, Programmers, and Engineers. Silicon Valley, located in the southern part of the San Francisco Bay area, is home to numerous major technology, software, and Internet companies like Google, Apple, Alphabet Inc., Facebook, Adobe, Cisco, eBay, HP, Intel, LinkedIn, and Zoom. 

San Francisco also has thriving life science and biotech sectors, with hundreds of life sciences firms and top-tier research universities like Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and UC San Francisco. Biotech companies often hire Software Developers/Engineers to help them create and maintain software solutions that support research. 

Java Jobs & Salaries in San Francisco

San Francisco's large technology sector offers numerous well-paying opportunities for individuals with Java skills. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Studies, out of all computer and mathematical occupations in San Francisco, Software Developers have the highest employment by far, as well as a high average annual salary of $181,000. 

The San Francisco metropolitan area has the fifth-highest employment for Software Developers in the U.S. and the second-highest average yearly wage (the San Jose area being the first). Meanwhile, computer programmers have the third highest employment out of all U.S. metropolitan areas and the third highest annual mean wage at $135,000.

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