Using Java For Android And Advanced Applications
What you'll learn
- Be able to understand most programs in Java.
- Know most of the workings of Java
- Have enough knowledge to start programming in Android
- Students should know a few of the fundamentals of Java before taking this course.
- Be able to install Java and Eclipse
In this course, we will take your Java skills to the next level by using my systematic teaching as well as some really awesome examples I've developed! I've tailored this course for the individual who has learned the basics of Java, but still feels like they need to learn more. In this course, I will be giving tutorials on how to:
- Edit files in Java, including how to zip and unzip files.
- Work with Java networking to send files and user input remotely.
- Use recursion to solve problems much faster than conventional Java technqiues.
- Use Java to solve real world problems.
- And Much, Much More!
Being a student myself, I know how hard it is to learn a new skill. That is why I pride myself in doing the best I can to make sure that every student gets the help and knowledge they deserve. So what are you waiting for? Learn to program today!
Who this course is for:
- Those who have taken my free course in Java should do well in this course.
- Anyone who wants to learn advanced Java concepts should take this course.
An up and coming student studying computer science at Purdue, Michael Vieck is an aspiring young teacher willing to go above and beyond to help his students. Since Michael is a current student, he has access to all the up to date information on what companies need from developers as well as being able to convert this data into videos.
Some of his skill sets include:
- Java programming
- Practical Web Design
- Android Application Development
- Graphical Design
- Mobile Operating Systems
Being a teacher here on Udemy is a great honor for Michael, especially since it allows him to extend his teaching skills to students from all around the world! He truly enjoys instructing here on Udemy and students like you is what makes it all worth while.
When Michael is not coding or creating more videos, you can usually find him in the libraries reading up on current technology trends and classical literature.