Java Beginner Course – Get Started Coding with Java!

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Learn how to start programming in Java in this beginners course.

What you will learn:
-The absolute basics of getting started with Java
-Understand the components of the Java platform (JVM, JDK, JRE)
-Be able to install the JDK and set it up to write Java programs
-Be able to install an IDE to program in Java
-Understand the basics of an IDE and the features it offers to help with Java programming
-Appreciate foundational Java programming syntax that form the building blocks of Java programs
-Have a feel and appreciation for Java and want to take it further!

✏️ This course was created by Matt Speake. Check out his other amazing courses:

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
⌨️ (0:00:00) Introduction
⌨️ (0:02:04) Overview of Java
⌨️ (0:13:08) Java Platform Components
⌨️ (0:27:17) The Java Development Kit
⌨️ (0:40:04) The IDE (Integrated Development Environment)
⌨️ (0:57:07) Java Syntax Basics
⌨️ (1:12:47) Writing, Compiling, Running and Debugging a Java Program

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40 thoughts on “Java Beginner Course – Get Started Coding with Java!”

    1. This great site has to come with an app with interactive lessons supported by lessons and achievements.

  1. literally we have java in next semester and im so exited and then i got notification from you , thank you so much. x

    1. @Gappi Cool lmfao i was typing so fast that time , and didnt even checked the sentence before commenting

  2. Please make a follow up video where you actually show how to write proper programs and not just while, for, foreach loops and if-else structs. Show us what the paradigma (object orientation) means and how to get files to interact with each other. Please show us where to position the scanner in the code, how to use libraries and so forth..

  3. Shishir Neupane

    Please bring a big data Hadoop course. It’s really difficult to get a good quality course on Hadoop online.

  4. One day you all will come here being successful and say – “IT ALL STARTED FROM HERE’

    1. @Weaver Wben i commented i didn’t had a job . Now i’m placed in a multinational company and working on mainframe technology. Alhamdullilah. Better days to come !

    2. @Faisal Jamil Congrats you totally earned it, honestly that’s very inspiring. I’m learning Java in order to land a tech job too 🙂

    3. @Weaver better start now .. you’ll definitely have One before the end of this year InshaAllah !!

    4. @Faisal Jamil Hope I can also say same thing after 1-2 years.. Currently started in prod support in ETL as fresher but want to get into code development Hope I can make a transition

  5. not every country fit with java vacancy, even in Java Island – Indonesia, php more dominate for freshgraduate but mostly Java Vacancy have more tough qualification than php qualification, also computer/laptop spec got heart attack caused by Java + IDE

    but actually i love java for learning programming concept especially OOP 😀

    1. The good thing is that in these times we live in, you can practically work for companies or clients around the world, ESPECIALLY as a developer (and even more so since the pandemie..) So you don’t necessarily have to be stuck with a certain stack or language. (like for example C# and PHP in Germany) Greetings from Jakarta o/

  6. Thank you for your great free of cost effort, please share MQL5 metatrader course. Regards

  7. Adedeji Adebayo

    thank you this is helping me very much, I have a question 37:44 is not the same in win 8.1 how do I edit path in this environment

  8. Great V.D.O ! I follow your V.D.O all along but I stuck at time 1;21;34. It shows error when I run it as the popup message says that “Editor does not contain a main type” I use Windows and istalljdk1.8.291. How can I solve this problem???

  9. I think the tutorial missed out on explaining what ‘static’ is as mentioned @ 1:12:20. Overall, a great video and I learn a lot.

  10. For those really new to programming, the “overview of Java” section describing companies that use Java is a bit misleading. All of those companies use multiple languages, usually including some degree of Java. However, not necessarily for the primary business products/services. For example, Netflix does NOT use Java anymore, instead using Javascript via NodeJS on the backend. Google uses Java for internal systems but the search engine is C/C++. Facebook is also (infamously) still chained to PHP as this was what was originally written by Mark Zuckerberg.

    So yes, Java is popular, especially for large enterprise systems, but it’s not quite as described in the video.

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