Java 17: Learn and dive deep into Java, Java 17 Fundamentals, OOP, Lambdas, Generics, Stream API, Collections, IO, and JUnit 5 With real-life examples.
Welcome to the Learn and dive deep into Java course.
This course is for:
- Self-taught Software Engineers
- Bootcamp graduates.
- Interview Preparation.
- Technical Managers.
- Software engineers with 0-3 years of experience
- or If you always want to stay up-to-date (this course will be updated regularly to cover the latest Java features)
- You need a laptop, preferably connected to two screens, one for the course and the other for practice.
- To stand out as a software engineer, you should be patient, inquisitive, and detail-oriented.
- No prior programming experience is totally fine. I’m explaining all concepts here in a very simple and straightforward way.
- I will use IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition to write Java Code in this course. It is free, modern, and preferred among Java developers.
I chose Java for this course for many reasons:
- It is a must-know programming language taught in all computer science programs.
- Using Java, you can develop countless types of applications that run on any operating system.
- Java is the second preferred programming language among the top 25 tech giants.
Course overall objectives:
- Provide detailed and organized material that makes you land a job and start working from day one.
- This course will cover most Java topics, data structure, and some algorithms so you can pass job interviews.
- There will be a questions and answers section to answer students’ questions.
I will update this course every three months.
I will answer all your questions within 48 hours, and some questions will get a video response.
This course covered in detail the following topics:
- Java Fundamentals (Data Types, Conditionals, Iterations, Arrays, Strings, Exception Handling).
- Object Oriented Programming (Classes, Methods, Static, Inheritance, Record, Abstract classes, Interfaces).
- Lambda expressions, Generics, Stream API.
- Collections Framework (in-depth).
Coming Soon Multithreading, Data Structure in Java, and more.