Java for Beginners 2 – Basic Java keywords explained – Coding Session

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In this free Java Beginner Tutorial I explain basic java keywords in the IntelliJ Idea. Go to http://java8course.com for additional material like the slides, a pdf, exercises and other videos.

10 thoughts on “Java for Beginners 2 – Basic Java keywords explained – Coding Session

  1. For new starters i suggest to use Eclipse,this ID here or whatever it is is boring and dull and made me sleepy.Also requires lots of unnecessary coding.Gray and black background is worst thing you can get when you try to learn coding.

  2. I like your tutorial, but this is more directed at people that were already programming or have a crude understanding of object oriented programming. So if you are a total beginner, this might not be for you!

  3. Could I get a little clarification on the names of things and how they work?
    Does each Class have to have it's own .java file?
    as when you create the second Class called Person, it creates a new file.
    or can you write multiple Classes in the same .java file?

  4. I don't know how to create a new project and have it do what you did in this video. Do you have a video with steps on how to do that? In this video, you just showed where it is, but nothing about how to create it.

  5. Hello Marcus.

    I'm using Eclipse Mars and I don't have too much experience with this IDE. My first doubt about this lesson is ¿how to create the folder structure in Ecliplse?. ¿Do I have to create the folders manually in the computer?. The Folder item of New menu does not seem to work as expected when creating the java folder as child of main or test folder. By the way. I started a new java project in my custom workspace named lesson2.

    Thanks

  6. In session two of this free Java video course we’re going to write our first Java program. When we write code we actually start by writing a program which is actually testing the program or class we’re going to write.
    We do this for two reasons – first, the test forces us to properly think our idea through, which will improve our code a lot. Second, the main effort in the lifecycle of a program is actually not the first time effort of writing a program code, but to maintain the program, like extending or improving the functionality or fixing errors, called bugs in your code. Whenever you write code, there is a high risk you will introduce defects in your code. When your program is written once with help of a test, this test will insure that whatever happens, your program will continue to function as designed initially…

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