12h | Video: AVC (.MP4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 1.35GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Learn Java Programming and Java 8's new features by examples from scratch, and have a huge advantage over others.
* Lectures 145
Java can be daunting to learn, but this course makes it easy by walking you through all of the important Java concepts and getting you started quickly. Whether you are already an advanced programmer or new to programming in general, this course is designed to teach you how to program in Java professionally. Below we'll see what you'll be learning in this course.
In part 1 of this Java tutorial we will learn about the basics of the Java programming language such as JVM, IDEs, Variables & Operators, Classes, Control statements, Inheritance and Composition, and finally Generics, all of that will be taught from Java's angle to get you diving in Java's world very quickly.
in Part 2 of this Java tutorial we continue where we stopped in part 1. We learn a few more advanced languaged features in Java such as Exception handling, Enumerations and Annotations.
We also look at some of the commonly used Java Class Libraries used to implement Collections, Threading and File I/O in Java.
Part 3 of this Java tutorial covers the most useful parts of Java 8. This update of the Java platform is the biggest of all. It's even bigger than Java 5 that saw the introduction of generics.
We'll start with Lambda expressions and the Stream API, which bring new fundamental patterns to the Java platform. Many issues solved with the Iterator pattern are now solved much more efficiently with the patterns brought by the Stream API. But Java 8 is not only about Lambdas, Streams and Collectors, there is also a new Java Date and Time API which are covered in this part. This API fixes all the flaws of the previous Date/Calendar API and brings new, very useful, concepts and tools.
Many new features that bring a functional programming approach have been added to the Collection API. This is also covered in detail.
In this Java tutorial there are many more things are covered; little things, sprinkled here and there in the JDK, like this new StringJoiner class, useful to join strings with a prefix, a postfix, and a separator. Nashorn is also quickly covered.
And of course you can download all the resources of this training in the download area.
Last but not least, here's some of the interesting facts about Java that will make you even more excited to join us right away:
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