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A Sip of Java

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A Sip of Java is for those who are interested in learning the basics of Java without all the extra details. This course aims to be the quickest way for a student to go from knowing nothing or very little about Java and programming to writing their own applications. In this course students will learn how to:

Setup their computer to write and run Java applications

Write console apps that can respond to user input

Learn Java language basics – types, variables, conditions, loops, operators, functions, classes, etc.

Read and write data to external files

Create their own GUI (Graphical User Interface) applications

Start their path to becoming an accomplished programmer

Learning how to program with Java is a great skill to have. This course is designed to be the fastest way to understand core concepts of Java.

Instructor Details

In todays age everyone must become a life long learner in order to keep up with changing technology and market needs. I am excited to be part of the Udemy community to be able to both learn and teach. My background is in programming. I have worked for nearly a decade as both an employee and a consultant for many different companies in order to build software systems to solve real world problems. Everyday is a new opportunity to learn more about computers and how they can be applied to make the world a better place. Software engineering has been a fantastic professional adventure. I hope to share my learnings with the Udemy community.

Specification: A Sip of Java

Duration

4.5 hours

Year

2019

Level

Beginner

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

Yes

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    Sule Omotayo Akeem

    This is pretty better than several programming startups that i have tried.

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    Tarachand

    good for absolute beginners..

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    Rupesh Sharma

    Actually i was not an absolute beginner, so i found this course pretty useful to me to remind things i forgot for no reason. It was a good revision for me, but what i think is a little more of depth knowledge should be given if its meant to be for beginners. Actually my point of saying is not that the course was not good, but the beginners must know why to use?, when to use? and particularly how to use?. Overall, it was a great experience and thanks Nate Sir and Udemy for this great fun learning course.

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    Zi–Qiang Liu

    At the GUI Part, It seems that the instructor’s method only works on macOS. I did it on Windows, but it can not show button.

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    Irene Lee

    Great beginner course on Java and appreciate the separations within the different material. It then jumps to advance level towards the end with the practical real world examples. It would benefit to slow it down in that last bit or reference the source code.

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    Irene Lee

    Great beginner course on Java and appreciate the separations within the different material. It then jumps to advance level towards the end with the practical real world examples. It would benefit to slow it down in that last bit or reference the source code.

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    Soham Zemse

    This course is awesome. If you are coming from another language, it will be very easy to relate to because of good explanations. You can also fast forward some explanations of basic concepts like variables, functions, classes (if you already know) and only watch the Java coding. I did the course in 4 hours including practicing and it depends on your earlier programming experience.

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    Soham Zemse

    This course is awesome. If you are coming from another language, it will be very easy to relate to because of good explanations. You can also fast forward some explanations of basic concepts like variables, functions, classes (if you already know) and only watch the Java coding. I did the course in 4 hours including practicing and it depends on your earlier programming experience.

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    Sohila

    it helps me alot

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    Sohila

    it helps me alot

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    Maartje Schutte

    Until this point it seems to cover what I need: Java basics: how to start writing an application. Only thing I think is a little annoying is that if the instructor types something he is kind of fast so I can’t follow on the screen directly. So I watch the video, pause, rewind and watch again or write down on paper what he is saying. Instructions are clear, I do miss some of the basic concepts whe it comes to deeper understanding of why things are done a certain way.

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    Maartje Schutte

    Until this point it seems to cover what I need: Java basics: how to start writing an application. Only thing I think is a little annoying is that if the instructor types something he is kind of fast so I can’t follow on the screen directly. So I watch the video, pause, rewind and watch again or write down on paper what he is saying. Instructions are clear, I do miss some of the basic concepts whe it comes to deeper understanding of why things are done a certain way.

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    Kalpesh Dharpure

    very good experience love everything from basic to end of the course class main{ public static void main(String[]args) { System.out.println(just one word love it keep going thanks); } }

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    Kalpesh Dharpure

    very good experience love everything from basic to end of the course class main{ public static void main(String[]args) { System.out.println(just one word love it keep going thanks); } }

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    Nsk Nsk

    Really good course to start with java programming

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    Nsk Nsk

    Really good course to start with java programming

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    Suyash

    Awesome Course Very easy to Understand the basics

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    Suyash

    Awesome Course Very easy to Understand the basics

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    Luis Miguel Alvarado

    It was great!

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    Fagbo Olalekan Olorunfemi

    The course is explainable to some extent, though you can’t learn it all here. hanks for the opportunity.

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    Okesanjo quamarudeen

    It was super cool and educative. I enjoyed the Course

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    Christine Mlodzik

    This was the very basic of basic classes and exactly what I needed. If you’re very new to Java, and programming, give it a try. For someone with programming experience, this is probably too basic. I’ve taken other Java intro courses and stopped, started again, then stopped again. This is the first java course that makes me want to keep learning and doing.

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