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Professional Java for the New Software Developer

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Professional Java for the New Software Developer

Professional Java for the New Software Developer
MP4 | Video: AVC 1280x720 | Audio: AAC 44KHz 2ch | Duration: 2 Hours | 252 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Professional Software Concepts & Training for the Complete Beginner

Welcome to Professional Java!

These first lessons of The Professional Java Series by Randall Nagy / Soft9000 . com are designed for students with no prior programming experience.

While designed for beginners however, the focus of the Professional Java Series is upon those who also want to earn the personal respect and / or big income opportunities most often associated with becoming a professional Java Software Developer.

Because the goal is understanding how Java can be used by software professionals, Professional Java takes the time to go well beyond the basics of simply “learning how to program.”

In-Depth

For example, first-time programmers will enjoy the introductory discussions of "What is Programming" and “The Three Things All Programs Must Do.”

From an understanding of programming in general the training next moves to learning how to install & write Java applications. Along the way, students will also learn how to capture requirements, document software, as well as work with Professional Java tools.

Concepts & Tactics

By taking the time to explore both Java as well as software developer concepts, students will be able to gain the confidence needed to use Java everywhere. Understanding how Java works allows students to create software using Java's free console tools, as well as the professional development environments.

Hands-on Exercises

The software creation activities in this training opportunity consist of both hands-on video activities, as well as a more formal set of labs. Followed by a “Questions & Activities” section, the completion of each session provides a bonus opportunity for students to review, as well as to advance one's mastery of a related set of Java-centric activities.

Professional Java for the New Software Developer