Java Course with Practical Examples for Absolute Beginners
What you'll learn
- Learn the core Java skills needed to apply for Java developer positions
- Obtain the latest Java features with real-life examples so you can learn much faster and easier
- Learn tips-and-tricks of Java development that can make a huge difference when you apply for a job
- Acquire essential Java knowledge through practical examples from many areas of life
- Understand complex Java features through simple explanation and with meaningful examples
- Use the Java knowledge you gained to learning Spring, Java EE or Android development and more
- Since the whole course is from complete beginner level, You don't need any previous knowledge
- A normal computer, the operating system doesn't matter. I'll show you how to write and run Java code on Windows, Linux or Mac.
Java Course with Practical Examples for Absolute Beginners is created with the goal to teach you Java in a clear and interesting way. Most of the books, tutorials or even courses don't give you the knowledge needed to get a job as a developer.
With over 40,000 students enrolled and having one of the best ratings, this Java course can give you all the knowledge needed for developers.
This course is a great choice for you if want to:
get the skills needed to be hired as a Java developer
or you want to reach a more advanced level in your Java knowledge
or you want to build your own project in Java
or you are looking for a course that can give a good base for learning Android or Spring
This is a Java course that can help you to achieve any of these.
The course builds up from the very basics to the advanced and expert level. So you can find this course useful if you are a complete beginner or even if have previous Java knowledge and you would like to level up your skills.
Why would you learn Java?
Java is one of the most popular programming languages and the whole course is focusing on showing you the language features that are used at the biggest tech companies from the Fortune 500 list, like Apple, Netflix, Google or Amazon.
While programming languages rise and fall, Java has been among the best programming languages for more than 20 years and by now it has more than 9 million Java developers all around the world. Also, one of the languages that constantly evolving based on the business needs.
Okay, but why should you take this course?
Most of the courses and tutorials are very boring and the instructor is simply reading a prewritten text from a paper and you must be very aware not to fall asleep after 30 minutes.
But if you would like to learn Java easily without the unnecessary parts through interesting practical examples from many areas of life. Then this course can be a great choice for you.
This course is also tailored to teach you the necessary knowledge and not spending time on the unnecessary part. This course could have 80 hours but that would only be a waste of time. Also, the level-based structure helps you to see on which level you're at.
Every concept has a very clear and simple explanation with real-life examples so it's easier to understand and remember the concepts.
Also, you can join the group of over 40,000 students who are already enrolled in the course. With over 1,000 ratings and it's rated as one of the best courses.
What will I learn in this course?
Here is the list of the topics that you'll find in this Java course. You might not understand some of them, but they are all explained in the course:
How Java code builds up from the very bottom, variables, data types(primitives and object reference type). How to create your own types, classes. What's the difference between a class and an object
Operators and how to use them. Core Java keywords (public, static, void, class, interface, enum). Loops and control flows. Different kinds of code blocks
How to develop Java applications the fastest way and how to use the best Java developer tool IntelliJ (which is completely free)
How methods work, how you can create your own methods and how to call them. What parameters are and how to add them to the methods. How to define arrays and where to use them
Clean code principles like DRY (Don't Repeat Yourself), KISS (Keep It Simple and Stupid), YAGNI (You Ain't Gonna Need It)
How to create, write, read, copy and delete files
The 4 Object-Oriented Principles (Inheritance, Encapsulation, Abstraction, Polymorphism) and how to use them in Java
And many more...
For all the features and concepts simple explanation is used so you can understand even the complex parts much easier.
The whole course is full of useful tips and tricks that can be very helpful if you apply for a job or you are doing your own project.
Besides these, there are also practices that challenge your knowledge after every major concept and at the end of all levels. Those practices not only help you to test what you have learnt but it's also a great way to make you understand and remember more of the features and concepts. On top of these, these life-like practices are very similar to the tasks that you would get as a Java developer.
Currently, this course has 3 separate levels: beginner, intermediate, advanced. Which will be extended to 5 levels with expert and hero levels. They build upon each other and they contain more and more complex features of Java.
Is the course updated? Will it be updated when Java is updated?
Java is changing and evolving based on industrial needs. This course keeps up to date with frequent updates as a new java update is released. So you can make sure that whenever you watch this course you'll see the most recent content and version of Java.
But generally, it doesn't matter whether you would like to learn Java 8 or Java 11 or even Java 15 because this course teaches you the most most recent features of Java that are also used at the big tech companies(Most of the companies are still using Java 8 and started switching to Java 11 recently).
You might find the recent updates in the appendix sections but sometimes it's blended into the core of the course.
Moreover, you'll get all the updates for free. So you need to buy this course only once and you'll have lifetime access to it with all the future updates.
With this course, you'll always get up-to-date and useful Java content in this course!
What if you are stuck or you get an error? Can you ask for help?
Absolutely, one of the main features of this Java programming course is that I provide full support, so all your questions will be answered. It doesn't matter whether you have a small issue in your code or you ask for a code review or you need career advice. I'll respond to you as quick as possible.
Besides these I want you to learn as much as you can and don't let you be stuck for days due to an issue or a question that stop you from making further progress.
My motto, that you'll hear many times in the course: "If you have any questions, feel free to ask!"
Are you hesitant? No worries! You can try it out risk-free!
Besides the free preview lectures, this source comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee so if you are not satisfied with what you get in the course you can get a 100% refund and no questions asked.
So, you can end up buying a great course and potentially get a job as a developer or you can try the course and if you're not satisfied you can get all your money back.
Basically, you can't lose on buying this course.
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Who this course is for:
- Complete beginners who curious to learn Java programming
- Java programmers who want to level up their skills
- Programmers who want to switch to Java
Experience as a Developer
My friends and I started playing World of Warcraft when I was 14. We had a guild and we decided to create a website for us like other teams had that time. That was when I started learning web development. I started out with PHP and during University years I gained knowledge in Java, C, C++, too.
After I finished my Master studies I worked for various companies. I gained solid Java knowledge at one of the biggest outsourcing companies. I took part in developing and maintaining high traffic travel-agency sites, removal company websites and government projects. I also have experience in Front-end, A/B testing and Agile methodologies. I worked with monoliths and microservices, too.
Besides that, I also created sites for friends and family for fun.
More about me
Really like to learn something new every day. I'm really interested in Reactive programming, IoT, Kotlin and Cloud trends.