Dr. Vidal has a PhD in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of Michigan and a B.S.E. from MIT. He is currently an associate professor at the University of South Carolina where he has been teaching programming for over a decade.
Take your courses with you and learn anytime, anywhere.
Learn and practice real-world skills and achieve your goals.
An introductory but fairly comprehensive set of java tutorials for beginners on Java programming using the eclipse Integrated Development Environment (IDE). I will cover all the basics of Java programming, starting with the Java Virtual Machine and variables all the way to Java Generics and some of the Collection classes such as ArrayList and HashMap.
This is a good java online training for people new to programming who like to learn by doing.
The second chapter, on the eclipse IDE, can safely be skipped until after taking the whole course. So absolute beginners can get started with this java tutorials for beginners.
I welcome all suggestions on how I can make this a better java online training course.
Basic computer architecture.
Writing your first program in Java with eclipse.
Adding comments to your code.
Using the eclipse Debugger.
Useful keyboard shortcuts and customizations to eclipse, for begineers.
How to build a jar with eclipse, which can be run by anyone.
What is a 'block scope'?
What does it mean for a type to be immutable?
We create an example container class.
An example of recursion at work.
Jose was very clear and did a great job of writing the code with you real-time, so you're not lost and can see it actually work. He speaks in an easy-to-understand, interesting manner and I hope he does more advanced courses.
The course is really good, the only thing is that he sometimes has a lecture and already has some code on his screen, which he doesn't explain. But I just looked it up.
You use a dang Mac! I use a windows!
Will wait for an advance )
perfect!straightforward tutorial on java!makes java easy to learn!