NitroFlare Udemy - Learn Java.with NetBeans!

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    Udemy - Learn Java with NetBeans!
    MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 59 kbps | 44 KHz | Duration: 9 Hours | 1.17 GB
    Genre: eLearning | Language: English

    Triple your skills: Learn Java + NetBeans + Basic Debugging
    1) This course uses NetBeans. This is a powerful integrated development environment designed especially for developing Java applications.

    2) This course uses a feature of NetBeans called "Step Into". This is by far the best way to truly learn programming because it allows you to observe code execution line to line. I promise you'll understand Java, and many generic programming concepts, as NEVER before.

    3) You get 8+ hours of content, and about 140 quiz questions

    4) The course is taught in a way very similar to the popular Microsoft C# course with Visual Studio 2013. That course has 1000+ students already enrolled.

    5) Many of the concepts covered in this course exist in other languages, such as javascript and C#, so you're learning something general that can be easily transferred to other languages.

    6) Java is a popular language with many jobs in the marketplace. These are usually jobs that pay very well.

    7) There is a color image of the code to accompany each lesson.

    8) Given the amount of content, number of quizzes, and color images to help you learn, this is BY FAR the best deal on this site. Join today.

    What are the requirements?

    Ability to download and install JDK and Netbeans as one bundle
    What am I going to get from this course?

    Over 58 lectures and 8.5 hours of content!
    Learn Java
    Learn Debugging
    Learn NetBeans
    Learn Programming Basics
    Learn Program Flow
    Learn About Classes
    Learn About Enumerations
    Learn About Functions
    Learn About Variables
    Learn About Error and Exception Handling
    Learn How To Read User Input
    Learn about Interfaces
    Learn About Generics
    Learn About Packages
    What is the target audience?

    Programming Novices




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