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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
Thank you for a very good introduction in Java programming!
Very bad first impression. its really not hard explaining how to create an program in eclipse
Everything you need to know about Java in a clear and concise manner. Well done!
I enjoyed this course very much. The instructor's straightforward and simple explanations made learning Java fun. The key to success in this course is to understand, practice typing the example programs that the instructor shows us, then after you feel comfortable with the concepts, use them to write small programs that you like or want to try. And using notepad will help you to not only learn the concepts in Java, typing code on a blank canvass over and over will help you retain what you are learning. Netbeans and Eclipse are great, but learn to code with notepad first, this will help you in many ways. Good luck!
Very good instructor, very good and structured content made nice and easy! Would be even better if Netbeans IDE was used instead of Notepad.