6 weeks Summer Training


SSDN Technologies is one of the leading training center, offering the 6 weeks summer training opportunity for B.Tech & MCA Students with Live Project Summer training and internship in Gurgaon & Delhi. Utilize the summer vacations and move your steps to the SSDN door, as this is the perfect 6 weeks summer training institute you are looking for. This is the perfect institute where experienced staff will trained you with live projects.

6 week summer Training


Summer training plays a crucial role in the career of graduate or under graduate students. The 6 weeks Summer training is mandatory to bridge the gap between academic knowledge and in the industry. During this training session, students will come to know the requirement of technical implementation for the professional career. SSDN Technologies will introduce you with the team of experts in software development under the guidance of project managers. The good qualified staff will take you over the class room training as well as project work after the core and advance knowledge providing by experts on language and database.

During the 6 weeks training program, students will also get trained with special sessions for “express yourself” personality to achieve the greatness from knowledge and appearance which will be the key to crack the toughest and rigorous interviews.

Training Programs Available

Here’s the list of technologies for 6 weeks training programs for live projects and Summer training during the summer break.

  • C & C++ Training Program
  • Java Training Program
  • Dot Net Training Program
  • PHP Training Program
  • Android Training Program
  • MCITP/MCSA Training Program

SSDN invites you to come and join the 6 weeks internship in Delhi & 6 weeks Summer training to boost up your knowledge and career with SSDN Technologies.

You can join SSDN with summer training program as well as last semester project training for B.Tech and other related courses. This 6 weeks Summer training will take you to the high level knowledge, captured with industry experts and you will get prepared for leading vendor certification. The center associates with leading IT companies which includes MICROSOFT, RED HAT, JAVA & ORACLE, supports us with genuine input for IT knowledge and education.

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • INTRODUCTION OF JAVA

    • WHAT IS JAVA?
    • HOW TO GET JAVA
    • A FIRST JAVA PROGRAM
    • COMPILING AND INTERPRETING APPLICATIONS
    • THE JDK DIRECTORY STRUCTURE
  • NAMING CONVENTION, DATA TYPES AND VARIABLES

    • PRIMITIVE DATATYPES ,DECLARATIONS
    • VARIABLE NAMES,NAMING CONVENTION
    • NUMERIC LITERALS,CHARACTER LITERALS
    • STRING,STRING LITERALS
    • ARRAYS,NON-PRIMITIVE DATATYPES,THE DOT OPERATOR
  • OPERATORS AND EXPRESSIONS

    • EXPRESSIONS
    • ASSIGNMENT OPERATOR
    • ARITHMETIC OPERATORS
    • RELATIONAL OPERATORS
    • LOGICAL OPERATORS
    • INCREMENT AND DECREMENT OPERATORS
    • OPERATE-ASSIGN OPERATORS (+=, ETC.)
    • THE CONDITIONAL OPERATOR
    • OPERATOR PRECEDENCE
    • IMPLICIT TYPE CONVERSIONS
  • CONTROL FLOW STATEMENTS

    • STATEMENTS
    • CONDITIONAL (IF) STATEMENTS
    • DATA TYPES AND VARIABLES 3
    • ADDING AN ELSE IF
    • CONDITIONAL (SWITCH) STATEMENTS
    • WHILE AND DO-WHILE LOOPS
    • FOR LOOPS
    • A FOR LOOP DIAGRAM
    • ENHANCED FOR LOOP
    • THE CONTINUE STATEMENT
    • THE BREAK STATEMENT
  • ARRAYS

    • INTRODUCTION OF ARRAYS
    • TYPES OF ARRAYS
    • OPERATION WITH ARRAYS
  • OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

    • INTRODUCTION TO OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING
    • CLASSES AND OBJECTS
    • FIELDS AND METHODS
    • ENCAPSULATION
    • ABSTRACTION
    • INHERITANCE
    • POLYMORPHISM
  • OBJECTS AND CLASSES

    • DEFINING A CLASS
    • CREATING AN OBJECT
    • INSTANCE DATA AND CLASS DATA
    • METHODS
    • CONSTRUCTORS
    • ACCESS MODIFIERS
  • JAVA CLASSES

    • OBJECT CLASS
    • STRING CLASS
    • STRINGBUILDER AND STRINGBUFFER
    • OTHER BUILT-IN CLASSES
  • DATABASE CONNECTIVITY

    • OVERVIEW OF DATABASE
    • WORKING WITH MYSQL DATABASE
    • RESITERING THE DRIVER
    • CONNECTING TO DATABASE
    • DATA STORING AND RETRIEVING
  • KEYWORD AND PACKAGES

    • STATIC, FINAL etc.
    • STATIC IMPORTS
    • INTRODUCTION TO PACKAGES
    • DEFINING PACKAGES
    • PACKAGE SCOPE
  • EXCEPTION HANDLING

    • EXCEPTIONS OVERVIEW
    • CATCHING EXCEPTIONS
    • THE FINALLY BLOCK
    • EXCEPTION METHODS
    • DECLARING EXCEPTIONS
    • DEFINING AND THROWING EXCEPTIONS
    • ERRORS AND RUNTIME EXCEPTIONS
  • INPUT/OUTPUT STREAMS

    • OVERVIEW OF STREAMS
    • BYTES VS. CHARACTERS
    • BINARY INPUT AND OUTPUT
    • PRINTWRITER CLASS
    • READING AND WRITING OBJECTS
  • INHERITANCE IN JAVA

    • INHERITANCE IN JAVA
    • TYPES OF INHERITANCE
    • METHOD OVERRIDING
    • THIS AND SUPER
    • AGGREGATION AND COMPOSITION
  • INTERFACES AND ABSTRACT CLASSES

    • INTRODUCTION TO INTERFACE
    • IMPLEMENTING AND EXTENDING INTERFACES
    • MULTIPLE INHERITANCE USING INTERFACE
    • ABSTRACT CLASSES
    • ABSTRACT CLASS Vs. INTERFACE
  • COLLECTION FRAMEWORK

    • THE COLLECTIONS FRAMEWORK
    • THE SET INTERFACE
    • SET IMPLEMENTATION CLASSES
    • THE LIST INTERFACE
    • LIST IMPLEMENTATION CLASSES
    • THE MAP INTERFACE
    • MAP IMPLEMENTATION CLASSES
  • INTRODUCTION TO THREADS

    • NON-THREADED APPLICATIONS
    • THREADED APPLICATIONS
    • CREATING THREADS
    • THREAD STATES
    • RUNNABLE THREADS
    • COORDINATING THREADS
    • INTERRUPTING THREADS
    • RUNNABLE INTERFACE ,THREADGROUPS
  • NETWORKING IN JAVA

    • INTRODUCTION TO SOCKET PROGRAMMING
    • CHAT SERVER
  • INNER CLASSES

    • INNER CLASSES
    • MEMBER CLASSES
    • LOCAL CLASSES
    • ANONYMOUS CLASSES
    • INSTANCE INITIALIZERS
    • STATIC NESTED CLASSES
  • WRAPPER CLASSES

    • INTRODUCTIO TO WRAPPER CLASSES
    • USE TO WRAPPER CLASSES
  • ANNOTATIONS

    • USES FOR META-DATA
    • THE ANNOTATIONS MODEL
    • ANNOTATION TYPES AND ANNOTATIONS
    • BUILT-IN ANNOTATIONS
    • ANNOTATIONS VS. DESCRIPTORS (XML)
  • GRAPHIC PROGRAMMING USING SWING

    • JAVA FOUNDATION CLASSES
    • CREATING A FRAME IN STRING
    • CREATING COMPNENTS IS SWING
    • SETTING LOOK AND FEEL OF SWING
    • HANDLING EVENTS

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • Introduction

    • How PHP Works
    • The php.ini File
    • Basic PHP Syntax
    • PHP Tags
    • PHP Statements and Whitespace
    • Comments
    • Install Server
    • Simple Example
  • Print On Browser

    • Variable
    • Constants
    • Data Types
    • Operators
    • Comment
  • Flow Control

    • If else
    • Switch
    • For Loop
    • While Loop
    • Do While Loop
    • Break
  • Function

    • Functions Introduction
    • Call By Value
    • Call By Reference
    • Default Arguments
    • Variable Arguments
    • Recursive Function
  • Arrays

    • Array
    • Indexed Array
    • Associative Array
    • Multidimensional Array
    • Array Functions
  • String Handling

    • String
    • String Functions
  • Math Function

    • Math Functions
  • Form Handling

    • Form: Get Post
    • Include Another File
  • Session management

    • Cookie
    • Session
  • File

    • File Handling
    • Open File
    • Read File
    • Write File
    • Append File
    • Delete File
    • File locking
  • Upload Download file

    • File Upload
    • Download File
  • Male

    • Sending Email with PHP
    • PHPMailer
  • MySQL Database

    • Create Database
    • Select Database
    • Drop Database
  • Table & Views

    • Create Tables
    • Alter Tables
    • Drop Tables
    • Truncate Tables
    • Views
  • Queries

    • Insert Records
    • Update Records
    • DeleteRecords
    • Select Records
  • Clauses

    • Where
    • Distinct
    • Order By
    • Group By
    • Having
  • Conditions

    • AND
    • OR
    • Like Mysql
    • IN
    • NOT
    • IS NULL
    • IS NOT NULL
    • BETWEEN
  • Join

    • How PHP Works
    • The php.ini File
    • Basic PHP Syntax
    • PHP Tags
    • PHP Statements and Whitespace
    • Comments
    • Install Server
    • Simple Example
  • Aggregate Function

    • Count()
    • SUM()
    • AVG()
    • MAX()
    • MINN()
    • first()
    • last()
    • Simple Example

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • Module 1 (Object Oriented Programming with C#)

    • Unit 1: Introducing C# and the .NET Framework
    • Unit 2: Using C# Programming Constructs this module explains the syntax of basic C# programming constructs.
    • Unit 3: Declaring and Calling Methods this module explains how to create and call methods.
    • Unit 4: Handling Exceptions
    • Unit 5: Introduction To Object Oriented Programming System
  • Module 2 (Developing Dynamics Web Application with Asp .Net)

    • Unit 1: EXPLORING MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS IN MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 2010.
    • UNIT 2: CREATING WEB APPLICATIONS BY USING MICROSOFT VISUAL STUDIO 2010 AND MICROSOFT .NET–BASED LANGUAGES.
    • UNIT 3: CREATING A MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB FORM.
    • UNIT 4: ADDING FUNCTIONALITY TO A MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB FORM.
    • UNIT 5: IMPLEMENTING MASTER PAGES AND USER CONTROLS
    • UNIT 6: VALIDATING USER INPUT
    • UNIT 7: TROUBLESHOOTING MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB APPLICATIONS
    • UNIT 8: MANAGING DATA IN AN MICROSOFT ASP.NET 4.0 WEB APPLICATION
    • UNIT 9: CREATING A MICROSOFT ASP.NET AJAX-ENABLED WEB FORMS APPLICATION
    • UNIT 10: MANAGING STATE IN WEB APPLICATIONS
    • UNIT 11: CONFIGURING AND DEPLOYING A MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB APPLICATION
    • UNIT 12: SECURING A MICROSOFT ASP.NET WEB APPLICATION
    • UNIT 13: DEVELOPING CLIENT SIDE SCRIPTS THIS MODULE DESCRIBED HOW TO DEVELOP CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTS FOR A RESPONSIVE, RICH, AND INTERACTIVE APPLICATION UI.

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • Introduction to Android

    • What is Android?
    • Setting up development environment
    • Dalvik Virtual Machine & .apk file extension
    • Fundamentals:
    • Components for communication -Intents & Intent Filter
    • Android API levels (versions & version names)
  • Application Structure

    • AndroidManifest.xml
    • Resources & R.java
    • Assets
    • Values – strings.xml
    • Layouts & Drawable Resources
    • Activities and Activity lifecycle
    • [dip,dp,sip,sp] versus px
    • Debugging
  • Form widgets Text Fields Layouts

    • RelativeLayout ,TableLayout, FrameLayout, LinearLayout
    • Nested layouts
    • Create Option menu
    • Create AlertDialogs & Toast
  • Preferences

    • Shared Preferences
    • Preferences from xml
  • Intents

    • Explicit Intents
    • Implicit intents
  • Adapters

    • ArrayAdapters
    • BaseAdapters
    • Example - Efficient Adapter
    • ListView and ListActivity
    • Custom listview
    • GridView using adapters
    • Gallery using adapters
  • Networking in Android:

    • Threads in Android
    • runOnUiThread
    • Handlers & Runnable
    • AsyncTask in Android
    • JSON and XML fundamentals
    • XML Parsing
    • JSON Parsing
  • Broadcast Receivers Services and notifications

    • SQLite Programming
    • SQLiteOpenHelper
    • SQLiteDatabse
  • Webview Services

  • Alarm Manager Fragments

    • Understanding the concept of Fragments and how to work with lower API level using support library.
    • Create Action Bar
    • Understanding of mechanism and life cycle difference between “Fragments Activity” and Activity
    • Understanding of mechanism difference between “MapFragments” and MapView
    • Understanding of mechanism and life cycle difference between “Fragments Activity” and Activity
  • Navigation Drawer

  • View Pager

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  • Foot printing and Reconnaissance

  • Scanning Networks

  • Enumeration

  • Malware Threats

  • Social Engineering

  • Denial-of-Service

  • Session Hijacking

  • Hacking Web servers

  • Hacking Web Applications

  • SQL Injection

  • Hacking Wireless Networks

  • Hacking Mobile Platforms

  • Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honey pots

  • Cloud Computing

  • Cryptography

Duration: 6 Weeks

  • Access the command line

  • Manage files from the command line

  • Get help in Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  • Create, view, and edit text files

  • Manage local Linux users and groups

  • Control access to files with Linux file system permissions

  • Monitor and manage Linux processes

  • Control services and daemons

  • Configure and secure OpenSSH service

  • Analyze and store logs

  • Manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux networking

  • Archive and copy files between systems

  • Install and update software packages

  • Access Linux file systems

  • Use virtualized systems

  • Comprehensive review

  • Automate installation with Kickstart

  • Use regular expressions with grep

  • Create and Edit text files with vim

  • Schedule future Linux tasks

  • Manage priority of Linux processes

  • Control access to files with access control lists

  • Manage SELinux security

  • Connect to network-defined users and groups

  • Add disks, partitions, and file systems to a Linux system

  • Manage logical volume management (LVM) storage

  • Access networked attached storage with network file system (NFS)

  • Access networked storage with SMB

  • Control and troubleshoot the Red Hat Enterprise Linux boot process

  • Limit network communication with firewall

  • Comprehensive review

  • Control services and daemons

  • Configure link aggregation and bridging

  • Control network port security

  • Manage DNS for servers

  • Configure email delivery

  • Provide block-based storage

  • Provide file-based storage

  • Configure MariaDB databases

  • Provide Apache HTTPD web service

  • Write Bash scripts

  • Bash conditionals and control structures

  • Configure the shell environment

  • Linux containers preview

  • Comprehensive review

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