This course will help you to learn the basics of java programming step-by-step and how to create apps using IntelliJ.
If you are looking at gaining skill in java, this course is for you.
Java is an object-oriented programming language created by James Gosling and Patrick Naughton, employees of Sun Microsystems, with the support of Bill Joy (co-founder of Sun Microsystems in 1982), officially presented on May 23, 1995 at SunWorld.
Sun was then acquired in 2009 by Oracle, which now owns and maintains Java.
The peculiarity and central purpose of Java is that software written in this language must be very easily portable on several operating systems such as Unix, Windows, Mac OS or GNU / Linux, with little or no modifications.
I am sure you want to grow your language quickly!
So you are in the right place.
If so - this course is a great fit for you, because it contains real-world examples & tactics for developing different types of programming in java.
I know how to achieve that, and I want to share this knowledge with you!
What will You learn in this course?
In this first lesson, you’ll program your computer to remember numbers and text using variables, and you’ll get to use variables to do lots of calculations that us humans can’t do!
In lesson 2, you’ll get to teach your computer how to make decisions when faced with multiple choices. This is called conditional programming or control flow.
Then in lesson 3, you’ll get to write your own set of instructions for computers to follow using functions.
In Lesson 4, you’ll write programs that can repeat instructions over and over, billions of times if needed, using loops.
By the end of Lesson 4, you should be ready to work on your first big project! You’ll need to install some tools to get started, but don’t worry, we’ll walk you through that step by step.
This course will cover up different methods which will simplify the processes of programming.
Also, you'll get a few PDF downloads and examples to get you up and running.
At the end of the course, you will be able to programming in java.