NetBeans | The Advanced Java Programming Course
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NetBeans | The Advanced Java Programming Course

Learn advanced Java programming techniques and methods as well as Object Orientated Programming
4.5 (2 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
674 students enrolled
Last updated 6/2017
English
Price: $100
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Includes:
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • use many advanced Java programming techniques and have a great understanding Object Orientated Programming. These are essential skills for every form of Java programmer.
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Requirements
  • You should know basic Java programming
Description

In this course you will learn many advanced Java programming techniques. Knowledge of many methods and functions is what separates the average programmer from a professional. I teach you these important methods and much more, from scanning documents to processing data. I finally end off the course by teaching you the important skill of Object Orientated Programming or OOP, where you create your own classes containing your own objects and methods.

Who is the target audience?
  • Basic Java programmers
  • I.T Students
  • Beginner Programmers
Compare to Other NetBeans IDE Courses
Curriculum For This Course
52 Lectures
03:26:26
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Course Introduction
1 Lecture 01:19
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Methods
11 Lectures 45:39




Section 1 isDigit
02:55

Section 1 isWhiteSpace
03:18

Section 1 Length
03:43

Section 1 compareTo
08:16

Section 1 Project Discussion
02:25

Section 1 Project Answer
11:45

Section 1 Conclusion
00:43
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Section 2 Substring and IndexOf
8 Lectures 29:20
Section 2 Introduction
01:19

Section 2 Substring Introduction
03:01

Section 2 Substring Practice
05:01

Section 2 indexOf Introduction
03:15

Section 2 indexOf Practice
07:58

Section 2 Project Discussion
01:38

Section 2 Project Answer
06:17

Section 2 Conclusion
00:51
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Section 3 Scanners
13 Lectures 51:37
Section 3 Introduction
01:22

Section 3 Scanner Introduction
03:02

Section 3 Scanner Practice
06:57

Section 3 Changing Delimiters and Basic Error
05:48

Section 3 Reading Text Files with Scanner Introduction
02:45

Section 3 Text File Preperation
01:57

Section 3 File Reading Practice
05:38

Section 3 Writing to a Text File Introduction
02:37

Section 3 Writing to a Text File Practice
06:20

Section 3 The Try and Catch Statement
03:40

Section 3 Project Discussion
02:04

Section 3 Project Answer
08:09

Section 3 Conclusion
01:18
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Section 4 Arrays and the Split method
9 Lectures 26:17
Section 4 Introduction
01:03

Section 4 Arrays Introduction
02:01

Section 4 One-Dimensional Array Practice
04:45

Section 4 Two-Dimensional Array Practice
04:34

Section 4 Split Introduction
02:36

Section 4 Split and Array practice
02:53

Section 4 Project Discussion
01:16

Section 4 Project Answer
05:54

Section 4 Conclusion
01:15
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Section 5 Object Orientated Programming
10 Lectures 52:14
Section 5 Introduction
01:40

Section 5 Classes Introduction
02:41

Section 5 Void Classes
03:10

Section 5 Typed Classes
06:23

Section 5 Private Variables
04:54

Section 5 Scanner Method Creation
03:57

Section 5 OOP Practice
11:24

Section 5 Project Discussion
02:04

Section 5 Project Answer
14:33

Course Conclusion
01:28
About the Instructor
Software Engineer Matthew Dewey
4.6 Average rating
10 Reviews
1,740 Students
2 Courses
Software Engineer

I started studying programming when I began High school. It became a passion that hasn't vanished since I left school. I've been studying the more advanced mechanics of programming just over seven years. I first started using Python, moved to C#, then Java and finally C++. Over the years I became proficient in all these languages and created many successful programs using them.