The Complete Java Developer Course (2016)
This course assumes no previous experience, and takes you from the absolute beginner concepts like showing you the tools you need to download and install, writing you very first Java program, and then goes into more detail as we explore the entire Java feature set. All the basic Java keywords, operators, statements, and expressions are explained in great detail, together with complete chapters on object oriented programming and the Java API. You learn to develop powerful Java applications using one of the most powerful Integrated Development Environments on the market, IntelliJ IDEA!
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Now don't worry if none of that made any sense. Because, I go into great detail explaining each and every core concept, programming terms, and buzzwords.
By the end of this course you will have a mastery of programming in Java no matter what level of experience you are at right now.
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My goal is not just to show you how to program, but to help you understand what you are doing, and why you are doing it as well!
Not only do the videos show you how to become a programmer in great detail, but this course has a unique challenge feature included.
Each time a core concept is taught, a video presents a challenge for you that is designed to help you really understand what you have just learned.
You will go away and complete the challenge, and then come back and see the challenge answered and explained in detail in the video, allowing you to check your results!
This is a fantastic way to really help you understand Java faster and ensure you will reach your goal of becoming a Java Developer in record time.
As your instructor, I have over 30 years experience as a software developer and teacher, and have been using Java since around the year 2000. Yes, over 15 years!
I am an expert programmer but also have the relatively unique ability to make teaching fun and easy.
Don't worry, I might be a geek, but I do make programming fun and painless for you to learn!
Not convinced? Just go and take a read of some of the rave reviews given to me on my other courses.
The facts are that students love my courses and style of teaching, because it helps them reach their goals faster.
Are you ready to let me help you become a Java developer?
One of the things I pride myself on is how often I add new content to my videos, and also how often I update them, and this course is the same.
As an example, my Android course has had over 20 hours of material and numerous updates applied to it to ensure its current and is of the best quality for you.
I'll be constantly adding new material to the course as well as updating it on a regular basis to make sure you access to the best and most update to date and comprehensive Java training available!
Here is a list of the content being added on a regular basis!
As i mentioned in the very first video in the course, there is a lot of new content to come!
Finish off Encapsulation and challenge exercises and then Polymorphism and challenge exercises.
Arrays, Java's inbuilt Lists, Autoboxing and Unboxing
What arrays are, using int, String and other primitive types in Arrays, creating arrays of objects and exploring Java's inbuilt List classes. We finish off with Autoboxing and Unboxing.
Section 10 – Naming conventions, Packages, static and final
Get a deeper understanding of naming conventions, scope, packages. Plus we will discuss the static and final keywords.
Section 11 – Inner And Abstract Classes & Interfaces
Learn to fully utilize inner and abstract classes, and also what makes interface different from classes.
Section 12 – Generics
What generics are and how to use them in your Java programs.
Section 13 – Testing and Documentation
How to test and debug Java program, exceptions and documentation.
How to use the Java documentation to get the information you need.
Setting up Java source code for analysis in IntelliJ
Reviewing Java's own source code
Section 14 – Collections
Have an understanding on the collections java framework, when to implement linkedlist or arraylist, difference between enummap and hashmap, as well as Enumset and Hashset.
List, ArrayList and LinkedList
Map, HashMap and EnumMap
Set, EnumSet and HashSet
Section 15 - Exploring Java's libraries
Section 16 – Basic Input and Output
Section 17 – Exploring java dot util dot *
Section 18 – Concurrency
Section 19 – Regular Expressions
Section 20 – Lambda Expressions
Section 21 – Extras
This is the number one course you need to get enrolled in if you truly want to learn how to become a Java Developer.
So, are you ready to get started? Enroll now and I look forward to seeing you inside!