- Course type
- Paid course
- 5 hours
- 42 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- Framework Tech Media
- Identify tools used for Java development
- Code and execute Java command line programs
- Obtain Input
- Understand the Java scanner object
- Obtain command line input with different data types
- Utilize command line parameters in program processing
- Output Java program results to permanent storage
- Identify and understand Java variable types
- Declare and initialize Java variables
- Complete arithmetic with Java
- Use the String data type
- Understand and use conditional statements
- Create complex conditional statements
- Create compound conditional statements
- Use while loops to repeat code sections
- Use for loops to repeat code sections
- Create arrays
- Manipulate array data
- Use the ArrayList object
- Use the List complex data type
- Create and manipulate hash tables
- Work with generic data objects
- Create classes
- Understand class object relationships
- Understand subclassing and inheritance with child classes
Learn Java even if you've never written a line of code before.
Let's face it-- programming can be hard
But it's certainly not impossible. In fact, here at LearnToProgram, we found just about anybody can learn to code. With a little bit of effort, time, and this course you can be writing programs in the Java programming language.
The problem with many so-called beginner's courses is that they assume prerequisite knowledge that many don't have. These courses use too much jargon and are overly complex for beginners. Java for Beginning Beginners is different.
Specially designed for the total beginner-- even someone who's never written a line of code in their life-- Java for Beginning Beginners doesn't use complex jargon or assume any prerequisite knowledge. You'll start by obtaining the free tools you need to create Java programs, and then write very simple programs.
Gradually, Andrew, your instructor will take you through the step-by-step process of adding new commands to your code vocabulary. By the end of this course you'll be ready to study more advanced Java courses, or just write Java programs on your own, learning more along the way.
This course can be completed in less time than it takes to read a complex novel. You'll stay engaged with interesting demonstrations and lectures and retain information by completing the lab exercises throughout the course.
If you've tried other courses but found them difficult to understand-- or simply want the best experience for your first programming course, Java for Beginning Beginners is hard to beat!