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Programming Java for Beginners - The Ultimate Java Tutorial

Learn Java Programming at your own Pace. Comes Complete with Working Files and a Verifiable Certificate of Completion.
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    InfiniteSkills is a Canadian based company that offers an ever growing range of high quality eLearning solutions that teach using studio quality narrated videos backed-up with practical hands-on examples. The emphasis is on teaching real life skills that are essential in today's commercial environment. All InfiniteSkills courses are taught by experts who have a true passion for teaching.

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Programming Java for Beginners - The Ultimate Java Tutorial

Learn Java Programming at your own Pace. Comes Complete with Working Files and a Verifiable Certificate of Completion.
86 reviews

 

A Verifiable Certificate of Completion is presented to all students who undertake this course.

In Java for Beginners, expert author and professor Mike McMillan starts you along the path to enlightenment with Java. You'll learn the basic concepts, tools and functions that you will need to build fully functional programs with the popular programming language, Java. Java is the base for all object-oriented programming langauges. 

Starting with the download and installation of the JDK (Java Development Kit), this video tutorial will teach you the different types of variables (bool, int, etc), what an operator is and how to use it (+,-,%,etc). You will learn about object-oriented programming, and creating classes and objects. You will control your programs with different types of control loops such as while and for, as well as making decisions with if-else statements. Each chapter is capped of with exercises so you can put in to practical use, what you learn in each section.

By the completion of this instructional video course, you will have the base knowledge that you need to create functional and useful Java programs. This video tutorial comes complete with working files and code samples, so you can work alongside the author as he teaches you each concept. See other training courses by InfiniteSkills

    • Over 115 lectures and 10 hours of content!
    • Learn Java Programming from a professional trainer from your own desk.
    • 112 lectures (9.75 hours of content) teaching you object-oriented programming, classes, objects, loops, and much more!
    • Suitable for beginner programmers and ideal for users who learn faster when shown.
    • Visual training method, offering users increased retention and accelerated learning.
    • Breaks even the most complex applications down into simplistic steps.

CURRICULUM

  • SECTION 1:
    Introduction
  • 1
    Working Files - Download These First
    Text
  • 2
    What This Course Covers and What You Need
    03:00
  • 3
    Biographical Information on the Author
    01:28
  • 4
    How to obtain your Certificate of Completion.
    Text
    Instructions on how to obtain your Certificate of Completion for this Infinite Skills course. All Users of this course are eligible for a Certificate of Completion. Each certificate is issued with a unique number which allows verification that the user has undertaken the course listed. In order to o…
  • SECTION 2:
    Getting Started
  • 5
    Downloading and Installing The JDK
    02:29
  • 6
    Overview And Setting Up The JDK
    02:24
  • SECTION 3:
    Writing Your First Java Program - Hello, World!
  • 7
    Entering The Program
    04:55
  • 8
    Compiling And Running The Program
    01:33
  • 9
    Correcting Errors
    04:17
  • 10
    Exercise - Modifying The Hello, World! Program
    02:19
  • SECTION 4:
    Java Building Blocks - Data Types and Variables
  • 11
    Intruduction to Data Types
    03:48
  • 12
    Data Types - int, double
    02:52
  • 13
    Data Types Continued - string, char And bool
    02:34
  • 14
    Variable Naming Rules
    03:09
  • 15
    Declaring Variables
    04:31
  • 16
    Assigning Data To Variables
    04:16
  • 17
    Exercise - Say Hello To Others
    05:03
  • SECTION 5:
    Introduction to Classes and Objects
  • 18
    Classes and Objects
    04:26
  • 19
    Class Data Members
    08:53
  • 20
    Creating Constructors
    04:47
  • 21
    toString Method, Creating Class Objects
    05:23
  • 22
    Accessor Methods
    10:05
  • 23
    Exercise - A Simple Class
    06:27
  • SECTION 6:
    Arithmetic Operators And Expressions
  • 24
    The Standard Java Arithmetic Operators
    05:40
  • 25
    Arithmetic Operator Order Of Operations
    04:26
  • 26
    Final Variables
    04:47
  • 27
    Math Class
    05:42
  • 28
    Mixing Arithmetic Data Types
    03:46
  • 29
    Exercise 1 - Translating A Formula To Java Code
    03:38
  • SECTION 7:
    Java Input And Output
  • 30
    Writing Special Characters - Newlines And Tabs
    04:19
  • 31
    Formatted Output With printf
    04:53
  • 32
    Using The Scanner To Input Names
    06:08
  • 33
    Using The Scanner To Input Strings
    03:50
  • 34
    Exercise - A Simple Question And Answer Program
    06:22
  • SECTION 8:
    Making Decisions
  • 35
    Relational Operators
    06:18
  • 36
    Logical Operators
    04:07
  • 37
    Simple if-else Statement
    06:42
  • 38
    Nested if-else Statements
    07:50
  • 39
    The if-else if Statement - Part 1
    05:42
  • 40
    The if-else if Statement - Part 2
    03:59
  • 41
    Exercise 1 - A Question And Answer Program
    06:23
  • 42
    Exercise 2 - A Calculator Program
    05:05
  • SECTION 9:
    Performing Repetition
  • 43
    The while Loop - Introduction
    05:51
  • 44
    Count-controlled while Loops
    06:23
  • 45
    Condition-controlled while Loops
    06:17
  • 46
    Results-controlled while Loops
    03:28
  • 47
    The for Loop - Part 1
    05:58
  • 48
    The for Loop - Part 2
    04:05
  • 49
    break and continue
    06:44
  • 50
    Exercise 1 - Looping q And a
    03:45
  • 51
    Exercise 2 - Looping Calculator
    04:41
  • 52
    Exercise 3 - for Loop Exercise
    04:59
  • SECTION 10:
    Methods
  • 53
    Defining A Method - Part 1
    08:22
  • 54
    Defining A Method - Part 2
    08:14
  • 55
    Methods With Multiple Parameters
    05:31
  • 56
    Predicate Methods
    06:46
  • 57
    Void Methods
    04:11
  • 58
    Pass By Value
    03:22
  • 59
    Exercise 1 - Three Example Methods
    06:11
  • 60
    Exercise 2 - Adding Methods To The Calculator Program
    04:24
  • SECTION 11:
    ArrayLists
  • 61
    ArrayList Introduction
    05:58
  • 62
    Declaring And Initializing An ArrayList
    03:28
  • 63
    Adding Data To An ArrayList
    02:51
  • 64
    Accessing ArrayList Elements
    03:25
  • 65
    Passing ArrayLists As Method Arguments
    05:08
  • 66
    Generating Random Numbers
    04:45
  • 67
    Searching An ArrayList
    06:10
  • 68
    Sorting An ArrayList
    03:17
  • 69
    Exercise 1 - Using An ArrayList To Find Palindromes
    07:51
  • 70
    Exercise 2 - Finding The Maximum Value
    03:47
  • SECTION 12:
    Classes And Object-Oriented Programming
  • 71
    Private Data Members
    06:30
  • 72
    More On Constructors
    06:00
  • 73
    Displaying Class Data, toString
    08:54
  • 74
    Set And Get Methods
    05:45
  • 75
    Increment Method For Time Class
    04:38
  • 76
    Exercise 1 - Building An Object-Oriented Calculator
    05:34
  • 77
    Exercise 2 - Extending Time Class
    08:12
  • SECTION 13:
    Inheritance
  • 78
    Introduction To Inheritance
    09:26
  • 79
    Overriding Methods
    06:11
  • 80
    Protected Members
    05:47
  • 81
    The Object Class
    04:51
  • 82
    Exercise 1
    08:33
  • 83
    Exercise 2
    04:51
  • SECTION 14:
    Polymorphism
  • 84
    Introduction To Polymorphism - Part 1
    05:45
  • 85
    Introduction To Polymorphism - Part 2
    02:58
  • 86
    Polymorphism Example
    04:15
  • 87
    Working With Abstract Classes
    05:07
  • 88
    Working With Interfaces
    05:54
  • 89
    Exercise 1
    05:22
  • SECTION 15:
    Arrays
  • 90
    Declaring An Array
    04:23
  • 91
    Accessing Array Elements
    05:49
  • 92
    Passing Arrays As Function Arguments
    06:23
  • 93
    Two-Dimensional Arrays - Part 1
    05:03
  • 94
    Two-Dimensional Arrays - Part 2
    07:59
  • 95
    Exercise 1 - Using Array Elements As Counters
    06:19
  • 96
    Exercise 2 - Displaying Bar Charts Using Array
    04:04
  • 97
    Exercise 3 - Creating A Deck Of Playing Cards
    07:12
  • SECTION 16:
    Additional Java Control Flow Constructs
  • 98
    The switch Statement - Part 1
    08:13
  • 99
    The switch Statement - Part 2
    03:58
  • 100
    The do-while Loop - Part 1
    03:41

RATING

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REVIEWS

  • Jaime Perez
    IT Professional

    Extremely well written class

  • James Feezell
    Ultimate Java Tutorial is _Thorough_!

    This is a thorough beginner's course. The Instructor walks you through, step by step, from installation through all of the basic Java language elements, e.g., expressions and statements. It's all done with actual screen examples, as you go - Show, not Tell. "Thorough," however, also implies long. This isn't How to Learn X in 20 Minutes or an Hour. The course covers a lot of material and it can be a bit of a slog, at times. With that caveat, though, you're exposed to as much of the basic language, and a handful of libraries, as you will need to get started programming in Java. This will, for example, prepare you to take a basic Algorithms course using Java. One of the best courses I've seen on Udemy. If you're new to programming and want to learn Java, I recommend this course.

  • Rony K Roy
    clean.. neat.. for beginers... and subtitles [cc]...

    most particularly the subtitles.. pointless if you just hum and listen to it.. like all coding lessons you've got to code..

  • Losurdo Michele
    Thank you!

    Thank you for a very good introduction in Java programming!

  • Jacques Fabrizio
    Notepad as IDE

    Very bad first impression. its really not hard explaining how to create an program in eclipse