Java for Intermediate Users
What you’ll learn
- At the end of this course, you will be able to:
- * Write Java code
- * Read somewhat advanced Java code
- * Do coding with lambdas and Java stream()
- * Code in JavaFX
- * Develop better Java applications
- * Devise Java solutions when you are given a problem statement.
- You should have completed a Java Beginner course
Java for Intermediate Users was published on 18 September 2017. There are now more than 3,100 students enrolled and the course rating is around 4 out of 5.
There are 51 lectures that are on average 6 minutes long. Every lecture includes a:
You can download these resources to do your personal study and review.
Also, this course has a number of coding exercises in order to practice what you have learnt.
At the end of this course, you will be able to:
* Code in JavaFX
* Write Java code
* Read somewhat advanced Java code
* Do coding with lambdas and Java stream()
* Develop better Java applications
* Get promotion from being a Junior developer
* Devise Java solutions when you are given a problem statement.
Lectures start with a brief explanation of the lesson topic. This is followed by working through a problem statement with expected output and suggested solution. I then do some live coding to implement the solution and produce the expected output. The lecture ends with a coding exercise for you to complete. In the next lecture I go on to explain the solution.
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The 7 main topics you will study in this course, are:
* Java data types
* Library classes
* Java classes
* Lambdas & Streams
The sooner you enroll in this course the sooner you will be ready for advanced programming.
Please note that you have an unconditional 30-day money back guarantee. If you are not happy with this course you will get a full refund after 30 days.