Inner Classes in Java [Webinar]

Taking this webinar you will acquire in-depth understanding of inner classes and inner interfaces and you will be able to use them effectively in your code. Understanding this topic is crucial for understanding lambda expressions. This webinar includes two sessions of 45 minutes each. The two sessions will be delivered together (with a short break of 10 minutes). The webinar will be entirely captured on video in order to allow you going over the material when the webinar ends.

This webinar was developed specifically for software developers who are already well experienced in Java programming.

Inner Classes
Inner Classes within Methods
Anonymous Inner Classes
Static Inner Classes

Haim Michael
This webinar is delivered by Haim Michael, who has more than 18 years of experience in software development, training & consulting. During the years, Haim has taught both academic and professional courses on C\C++, Java, Java EE, PHP, Scala, Android, HTML5, .NET, JavaScript, and UML. During the years 2001-2007 Haim has focused on running Zindell Technologies, through which he has developed more than 200 titles for mobile telephones, both games and applications, and published them worldwide. As of 2007, Haim focuses on developing free online software development courses ( Haim is a PHP Zend Certified Engineer, OMG Certified UML Professional, Certified Java Professional and a Certified Java EE Web Component Developer. In addition, Haim Michael holds MBA (cumlaude) from Tel-Aviv University. You can find a detailed list of recommendations for Haim's professional training at More info about feedbacks Haim received for his training capabilities at More info about conferences in which Haim took part and spoke at More info about Haim's experience can be found in its LinkedIn page at


This webinar is delivered both in English and in Hebrew. Make sure the specified language meets your expectations. 

Hebrew   Friday          8/12/2017     1300-1440 GMT+2    
Hebrew Tuesday      6/2/2018       1900-2040 GMT+2  register
Hebrew Monday      23/4/2018     1900-2040 GMT+2   register

Cancellation Terms
The cancellation terms are listed (in Hebrew) at and (in English) at

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