Java! The Beginners Guide
Size: 3.11 GB Type: eLearning
.MP4, AVC, 1000 kbps, 1280x720 | English, AAC, 64 kbps, 2 Ch | 6 hours |
Instructor: Danny Boehm
Become a Java Programmer Today!
Welcome to "Java! The Beginners Guide", this course is an introductory course to the Java Programming Language. This course will focus on the Computer Science aspect of programming; however, students will also benefit by learning about Computer Information Systems and how it all relates to object-oriented programming.
This course will introduce students to the comprehensive fundamentals of programing within the Java atmosphere and will include Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), data structures, applets and other graphical applications and File I/O (Input/Output). In addition, students will also learn the basic fundamentals of programming including variables, loops, arrays and much more!
Our Teaching Approach:
dotRoot believes in a "hands-on" learning method; which means, students will not only listen to a lecture but also take an active role in homework assignments, class assignments, quizzes and projects. We will provide numerous examples in order to better explain to students the ideology and concepts that must be mastered in order to succeed as a programmer.
A lot of courses will simply give the student information and expect them to create their own success. That is not how we like to teach students and we also believe that good software tactics and engineering practice will go along way whether you are learning to program for fun, school or for a new career.
Lectures will teach concepts and give solid examples via the instructor. Class assignments will be hands on with the students as they follow along and program alongside the instructor to receive hands on practice. Students will be encouraged to critically think and become conventional to the resources provided in order to finish their homework assignments and projects.
There will be a review at the end of each section that will summarize the take-away concepts, as well as, an instructor review of the homework/projects.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 80 lectures and 6 hours of content!
Increase their knowledge of software engineering techniques
Write and Understand Pseudocode
Design trade-offs and advanced software engineering tools
Learn advanced methodology for writing "maintainable" programs
Develop critical thinking skills for writing math alogirithms
Program flags and toggle variables
Master the fundamentals of programming object-oriented languages
Become fluid in the basic concepts of programming and develop advanced techniques within Java
Earn a dream job as a program developer
Gain the rich foundation of Java for College-Level courses
Become the person you want to be!
Learn to use an IDE such as IntelliJ Idea
Design flow charts and UML Diagrams