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Set up the brand new Java 9 on your PC, Mac, or Linux computer
How to install Eclipse IDE for Java Developers
Eclipse's WindowBuilder Editor allows us to build graphical user interfaces (GUI) using a visual editor for Windows, Mac, and Linux.
By special request :) - several students asked for a video showing the complete installation on Windows PC's - this is the latest version with Java 8 & 9, Eclipse + WindowBuilder, and Android Studio.
Describe and design the concept for the random number guessing game
Set up Eclipse with the right theme and font size for your monitor (and eyes)
Accept keyboard input from the user in your programs.
Take input from the user and turn it into a variable you can use in your code.
Add a while loop to allow the user to play the game over and over again!
Explore Java by adding your own code to the Guessing Game app - count the number of times the user had to guess to get the right number.
Dr. Bryson Payne is the author of the Amazon #1 New Release and Top 10 Best Selling children's programming book, Teach Your Kids to Code: A parent-friendly guide to Python programming, (2015 - translated into five languages) and the forthcoming book, Learn Java the Easy Way (2017), both from No Starch Press. He is a tenured full Professor of Computer Science at the University of North Georgia, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP®) and Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), among other certifications. Dr. Payne is also a MOOC (massive, open, online course) instructor with over 22,000 students to his credit, from 150 countries, including over 16,000 on Udemy. Dr. Payne has multiple best-selling courses on Udemy, and both Real-World Ethical Hacking and Learn Java the Easy Way have been rated in the top 10% of Udemy courses overall!
Dr. Payne has taught computer science since 1998, served as the University's first Department Head of Computer Science, and is the founding Director of the Center for Cyber Operations Education at UNG. He earned his Ph.D. in computer science from Georgia State University and has published articles in scholarly and industry journals, in addition to speaking regularly at regional and international conferences in computer science, cybersecurity and IT leadership. He has been featured in CIO magazine, Campus Technology, and the Wall Street Journal.
Dr. Payne has been programming computers for over 30 years; he sold his first paid program to RUN Magazine (Commodore 64) for their “Magic" column in 1985, for $10. In addition to his affinity for technology, Dr. Payne speaks Spanish and French, and is conversational in Russian and Mandarin Chinese.