MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 13 lectures (2h 4m) | Size: 926.7 MB
Learn how to Code in Java with no previous experience. Master Writing functions, For, While, Recursion and More
What you’ll learn
Download and Install the Eclipse IDLE the environment used to code in java. It’s free.
Learn how to code in Java
Learn how to write functions in Java
Learn about Sorting algorithms, Select Sort ,Bubble Sort and Merge Sort
Learn about While loop and If – Else conditional Statements.
Learn about Binary Search and Recursion
No Programming experience is needed. You will learn everything you need to know.
The course is based on 300 slides of material teaching Java. You can download the 300 slides and learn on your own without the need to watch any of the lectures, everything is in the slides which also include a lot of code examples and exercises. However there are videos that explain the course material in depth while coding directly in front of you.
By the end of the course you will be able to write Java programs.
The course consists of 300 slides offered both in pdf and powerpoint (ppt) format which you can download to your computer or smartphone and study from anywhere (home , work ).
It’s highly recommended you put what you learn into practice. So it’s highly advised you write the code you see in the slide using the coding environment (called the Ecplise IDLE) as mentioned in the course.
The software needed for the course is free (it’s called the Eclipse IDLE)
No previous software experience is required and only basic/intermediate level of English is needed to get through the course.
Downloading , installing and using the Eclipse IDLE
if , else , if else
int , float , char, boolean ,string , list
Input & Output
Lists , lists comprehension , for loops , in operator, list of lists(matrix), functions for lists.
Sorting algorithms, Select Sort, Bubble Sort & Merge Sort
Who this course is for
Beginners who want to learn Java and don’t know anything or are still beginners.