Java coding standards and best practices

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Java coding standards and best practices

What sets apart a professional programmer from the rest? The simple beauty of their coding using superior coding techniques and best practices makes the difference. When we consider a whole program, it consists of a number of small solutions that lead to solving a large set of problems. So how we choose and arrive at our choices will depend on the programmer’s skill!

Good coding techniques and standards display exceptional readability and maintainability of the code. Good programming practices help in improving performance. Source code that can be read easily helps in better comprehension for the developer and will have a significant impact on the development of the project. When we speak of code maintainability, it refers to the ability to easily change or add new features, fix bugs or improve the general performance of the program.

To enable a team of developers to work in tandem and create quality is by setting a coding standard at an organization. Infaum Edu Tech offers Certified Java Trainer courses in Kochi which help you in developing good Java coding standards and best practices that will help you work in tandem with coders at a larger organization. The Core Java Education Services course ( HPE-CJ-v1.0) is of 60 Hrs duration which will enable you to learn the syntax, semantics and idioms of the Java programming language. The course will help you gain confidence in object-oriented programming principles through lots of practical exercises that provide useful exposure to the core Java class libraries.

The course will not only provide you with a comprehensive Java coding skills, it will help clarify the goals of best practices, identify the major characteristics of good quality software and help you organize classes, packages and subsystems into layers. A good coding standard will have all aspects of code construction. When we look at a good source code we will find that it shows a harmonized style and a well established coding standard. This is something a programmer should often try to emulate and perfect into his own style.