Java Programming: The Comprehensive Modern Java Course

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What you’ll learn

  • Gain in-depth understanding of Java core features
  • Understand the ‘Why’s of Java and not just the ‘How’s
  • Learn up-to-date Java features using latest JDKs
  • Learn How To Use Java Lambda Expressions For Functional Programming
  • Gain enough experience to work no other Java frameworks like Spring, Vaadin, JavaFX, Android…etc

Java is a top programming language used in almost all areas of software development. Learning Java will put a significant boost to your skillset. This course is not just another Java course, it is designed to give learners a gentle but comprehensive education on the Java programming language.


After going through this course you will be equipped to dive deeper into other concepts of the Java programming language.



Why learn from this course


This course not only teaches you Java but also gets you up to speed with the latest Java features. Java is quickly evolving and there are better ways of solving problems, more concise than you must have seen on your old Java textbooks. You will learn not just Java but current practices in the language.


Here is what we would explore:


* Basics of Java Programming – Learn Variables, Primitives, Var Keyword


* Java Operators – Arithmetic, Unary, Equality, and Conditional Operators


* Java Conditionals and Loops – If Statements, Switch Blocks and ForLoops


* Arrays – Creating Arrays, Index Value, Multidimensional Arrays


* Methods – Parameters, Arguments, and Return Values


* Object-Oriented Programming – Class, Object, State, and Behavior


* Java Classes In-Depth – Abstract classes, Anonymous Classes, Packages…


* Java Interfaces – Interfaces, Nested Interfaces, Default Methods


* Java Wrapper Classes and Autoboxing


* Java Strings


* Java Enums


* Java Exceptions – Throw, Finally, Custom Exceptions, Chained Exceptions, Multi Catch


* Java Generics


* Java Lambda Expressions and Functional Interfaces


* Java Collections – List Interface(ArrayList, LinkedList and Vector), Set Interface (HashSet, LinkedHashSet and TreeSet), Queue Interface (PriorityQueue) and Map Interface (HashMap, LinkedHashMap and TreeMap() – Compare, Contrast and Choose

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone willing to get an in-depth understanding of the Java Programming Language

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Java Programming: The Comprehensive Modern Java Course
Java Programming: The Comprehensive Modern Java Course
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